07/15/2014
By: David-bertha G.
Hempen Hill Bbq Bar & Grill
Great food, great service. Be prepared to get a lot of food, servings are huge. I love the appetizers. You wont be disappointed. The outside of the building does the food no justice..
01/05/2016
By: Keith M.
Hometown Diner
1st time there,very good service, very good food,was there @3 in the afternoon, reuben panini,fries,slaw & soup, $8.99,wife had turkey wrap,with fries,slaw,& soup as well
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04/14/2016
By: Jhoselin j. O.
Karu Peru
Me encantaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa no me cansaría de comer aquí todos los días , el pollo mejor pollo que comí en EEUU
06/29/2013
By: sue.gardenhour
Texas Roadhouse
Always good food. Our server, Margaret, took good care of us.
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04/09/2015
By: Christie M.
Washington Chicken
Super prices and service. Great food.
Tips & Advices
The main benefit of a patio cover is that it allows people (and pets) to be outdoors in a variety of different weather conditions. Patios provide cover from rain and direct sunshine. Certain types of patio cover also protect from cold and wind.
The build time for a patio cover varies according to the scope of the project, but experts always advise that getting permits from the city and approval from the homeowners association usually takes longer than the build itself. The time it takes for materials to be sourced and shipped can also affect the project duration. Weather can also cause unforeseen delays. The quickest length of time a covered patio might take to build once design and permits are handled is one to two  days, if professionals are doing it. The actual build process could take a few weeks with unforeseen delays, and if your builder is working on other projects at the same time.
A patio cover costs $600-800 for the simplest vinyl awnings, with an average cost of $,1400 for vinyl or simple lattice.  Wood patio covers cost more, and Alumawood, as the most durable yet attractive of coverings, is the most expensive--anywhere from $8,000-$15,000 including professional installation.
Adding an attached covered patio generally requires a building permit because you are modifying the roofline of your home. Detached patio covers do not always require a permit. Open patios (i.e. those with no cover) also do not always require a permit.
Attached patio covers are built onto the house and change the roofline of the house, whereas a detached patio cover is part of a freestanding structure. Some cities have requirements on the minimum distance a detached covered patio needs to be from the main house.

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