The Back Porch in North Augusta, South Carolina with Reviews -
  • 1.The Back Porch

    808 Belvedere Clearwater Rd

    North Augusta,SC

    3.15 mi$$

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By: bubba1sc
Edge Salon & Spa
I had a friend tell me about the massage girl Cissi at Edge Salon & Spa. I had never had a massage so I figured "Why not try it" When you walk in the door you hear "Hello" from several different direction and everyone seems to have a smile to greet you.As far as Cissi, she has great energy (as my wife says) and she listened to me complain about where the pain was (which I had major pain in my shoulders and lower back) , then she showed my on a chart what she would work on and explained why. This was my first massage so I was almost nervous, but Cissi made me feel very comfortable and explained everything to me before we got started. If I had questions even during the massage she would explain it to me in a way that made sense. I now see her on a regular basis and would highly recommend her.
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By: Shannon K.
This restaurant was awesome. I was there for my birthday. I had the Arroz con Pollo and my husband had the Grande Burrito. We special ordered each one because of different food aversions. The server was very nice and accommodating. The food arrived quickly, although there were a lot of customers in the restaurant.Evertything we ordered was prepared correctly and tasted delicious. The server asked did I was complimentary fried ice cream or a shot of tequila for my birthday. I got the shot. They (the wait staff) sang Felix Cumpleaños. I had a great time and will definitely be back.
By: david.rotundojr
Mens Refinery Barber Spa
Today was my first visit to " the Men's Refinery" and I must say it was the most incredible experience that I have ever had. Ms. Stephanie gave me the "the signature cut" that I have just renamed the Royal Treatment!! It was so relaxing that I actually fell asleep twice. This haircut also included a shampoo and a hot towel. I'm suggesting if you took the time to read this review to stop in and experience this for yourself.
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By: Cat S.
Elizabeth's All About Hair
Love, Love, love Melanie at Elizabeths, everyone there is so nice. But Melanie makes my life better. At least as far as my hair is concerned. It is very fine and just a terrible problem to me, at least until Melanie gets her hands on it and then it behave wonderfully. Great cut and color. Just love it. Thanks Melanie
By: lady.calli
I got my hair cut here by Allie and it turned out perfectly. :) I got loads of complements & actually had a lady ask me if she could take my picture so she could her get hair like that.
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By: Nicole A.
Elizabeth's All About Hair
All the ladies are so good at their job and they are so sweet. You will feel at home while sitting in the chair haveing a nice conversation and walk out feeling like a new person!
By: terri.watsonscheffler
Cute Cuts Pooch Salon
Very good groomer, personable, good prices. I would recommend to anyone who needs a good dog groomer
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