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By: Jim K.
Snack Bar
Ate there twice (gave them the benefit of doubt) food was warm to cold, service poor, had to ask for napkins, had to ask for silverware, priced too high. Never again!!
By: Megan B.
Neon Noodle
Absolutely dreadful. Waitress never checked on us. My pho meat was so tough it had to have been a horse, or roadkill. Paid for a meal I didn't even eat!
By: foodie
127 North Prime Steakhouse
This is now Bistro 127.My wife and I eat at most all of therestaurants, from Beaver Library to Honey Pic, andI've never heard of this place.
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By: Arden J.
Snack Bar
Great food and service!
By: Bruce V.
Snack Bar
Food was well prepared, well served... Only real thing that was disheartening was that they did not have WIFI... :-( Smaller places have do most other restaurants. But.. alas, they do not... They would receive another star if they did.
By: foodie
Dad's Place
Dad's Place has been closed a few months.How they stayed open as long as theydid, I can't imagine.Workers standing outside smoking rightat the door.Yeah...that's what I want to see when I go into a place to eat.Glad they closed.It was great before the last people boughtit.
By: foodie
Jessie's Diner
Jessie's Diner was closed a couple ofyears ago.The building owner got greedy and raisedtheir rent, so they moved to Granite Falls,stayed there about 6 months and that onewent out, too.
By: foodie
Island Style Restaurant Inc
This place has been out of business foryears.I think Josh's Restaurant is in that building now.( or close to it.)
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In the warmer months you want to water three to five times a week. In cooler months, two to three times a week should be plenty. The goal is to get ¾ of an inch to 1 inch of water delivered each time. A good rule of thumb is a little more in summer, a little less in winter. If you live in a rainy area, you might not need to manually water at all in the winter.
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