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03/22/2017
By: Nicholas B.
Convenience Plus
Prices are more expensive than any other convenience store i've been to. The employees are rude and unfriendly. I most definitely will not shop at this store, and I wouldn't recommend it to others.
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04/26/2016
By: Digicomminc@hotmail.com D.
Sabatino's Trattoria
The food is awesome there Services ok the atmosphere is a little bit small which then promotes waiting for a while to get a good seat however I love the bolognaise as it is to die for
04/18/2016
By: L N.
The Woodworks
I should have wrote this a few years ago. I have a 2 family home and a few years ago had The Woodworks put in the 1st kitchen. I had many quotes from other companies however always seemed like hidden fees or something left out of the quote. Not with The Woodworks! They had the whole quote written out and in detail! Al has made it so easy and exciting to do business with him. I just had the 2nd kitchen put in last week and again a pleasure to do business with him and his company! It is hard to find good honest business people these days and wish there were more businesses out there like this! Truly a pleasure! I highly recommend this business no question!
12/28/2013
By: Brian H.
Kricket's Korner
A cozy restaurant with two sides, one with a breakfast bar and tables and one that's like sitting in a log cabin. I've eaten at Kricket's many times and I love the food. Can't go wrong here in my opinion, especially when eating eggs and all the fixings.
05/03/2013
By: yelper86
Trinity Norton
Its alright. Not great but not bad. I got the boneless buffalo tenders and loved them, but the drinks were pricey. There are decent prices on the menu. They have a few themes going on. They have a lot of tv and open space, but on a night with a band they'll charge a cover just to eat.
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