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By: Malavika S.
Skillet Capitol Hill
This was my husband's and my first visit to Seattle, and he was so sweetly excited to try this brunch place after reading the good reviews online. Also happy to see all the LGBT-friendly signs outside, on the walls. But we a long wait outside that weekend morning and once we were finally seated, our server was so indifferent and abrupt with us that we didn't appreciate the food at all. My pancakes were pretty dry anyway. Saw our server being very attentive and friendly with all other customers; wonder what we could've done immediately after we were seated to tick him off. Never again.
By: Adam T.
Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill & Irish Pub
Stopped in while waiting for passport. Was really pleased with the food, excellent quality. The service and atmosphere were great as well. Solid restaurant.
By: Kimberly D.
Hopkins Kunkle Inc
Within a minute of calling and trying to see if they were available for landscaping services the lady on the phone rudely interrupted me and said we dont do landscaping projects and hung up on me. what a terrible way to run a business and to treat potential new customers.
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By: Launie R.
Creative Nails And Spa
The owner of this place was horrible! She was rude and rushed me. I have Parkinson's and she showed no mercy! When she asked for payment, she had the nerve to demand that I tip her more than I did as well as for the ladies who gave us our pedicures. I was floored! My daughter took me outside and went back in to yell at her for the way she treated me. I will NEVER go in that place again. Watch out for the owner!
By: Mel P.
Kona Kitchen
Loved loved their Katsu Moco with fried rice. MUST get the fried rice. Other menu items at other tables looked delicious.
By: Melissa S.
Akina Designs
If you're looking for landscaping done on time, for the amount promised, with excellent service, and high quality plants, DO NOT use Akina Designs. From start to finish this was a poor operation, with a lack of accountability going all the way to the top. From the consultation on, we were deeply disappointed. After being shown photos of what we could expect, we actually thought the plants installed at our new home were a joke. They could not have been more different than what was estimated (i.e. a set of 2' seedlings installed instead of 6' shrubs). Two grown trees were installed, and died within 3 weeks. After suggesting we didn't know how to water trees, another set were installed, with "fool proof" water bags. They too, died within weeks. Owner and client rep refused to take phone calls, everything had to be via email (when they responded at all, which was rare). We had heard negative feedback, but trusted them because they were referred by a friend and were cost effective. Please save yourself the time, effort and frustration that will be required if you go down the rabbit hole with these jokers.
By: suecrafty31
Julia's on Broadway
Fabulous experience. Will be coming back up for breakfast soon. Thank you!
By: rubenn434
Julia's on Broadway
Like always, this is a great place to eat! Thank you.
By: bria369
Julia's on Broadway
We're Seattle experts now, exiled to Portland. SO miss Julia's. Today was a great chance to connect.
By: aaronn498
Julia's on Broadway
Thank you so much for your yummy foods. Julia's always delivers.
Tips & Advices
The cost of landscape design varies depending on the scope of the project. Expect to pay anywhere from $2,000 to upward of $11,000 for the initial design. The cost of purchasing and installing the necessary elements can cost from $11-$17 per square foot.
Many landscape designers provide maintenance services that can help keep landscape looking neat and attractive. These maintenance services might include hand pruning of ornamental shrubs, insect and disease control, weed management, tree trimming, mowing, fertilization, and leaf removal.
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When choosing a landscape designer, it's essential to select one whose design style matches your tastes, and evaluating a landscape designer's portfolio of previously completed projects will offer insight in this area. An n experienced landscape designer will have the background necessary to navigate unexpected challenges that may crop up during the project. Select a landscape designer who is licensed, bonded and insured. If you prefer organic gardening, choose a landscape designer whose practices are in line with this philosophy.
The size of the project plays a role, and larger landscape design projects will take longer to complete. Once the initial site visit has been made, it can take up to four weeks for the landscaping professional to complete the design. After the design has been prepared, it can take up to three weeks for the installation to be completed. Any alterations made along the way will lengthen the process.

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