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08/17/2014
By: Andrea K.
Chili's Grill & Bar
Over the years we enjoyed lunch and sinner for the family. However over the course of the last year the quality of food seems to have deteriorated culminating in serving us raw shrimp and microwaved entrees on our last visit. Although the entree with the raw shrimp was comped I still feel strongly about the feline of food standards and service. A few times we ordered tak away and the orders were missing items, food was,cold or we had to wait additional time for an item.
12/04/2016
By: Dawn G.
Market Tavern
Nice little spot. Place was packed but we were seated quickly and on time with our reservation. Nice bar area and plenty of seating in the both areas. Private room for a small party and a larger back room with a nice fireplace for larger parties. Service was on point and food was delicious. All of the meat came out as ordered temperature wise which is a taste in its self. Nicely done A+
05/13/2017
By: Jordan S.
Duck Nook Restaurant
Great Breakfast restaurant to eat at especially in Stockton. Food is great I've been going there since I was a born and my parents before I was born. I love it and it's such a family friendly restaurant. And it is very easy to get a table just don't be afraid to sit down yourself.
05/10/2016
By: Lillian L.
Lumberjacks Restaurant
We almost always stop here for breakfast when we are heading to either San Luis Obispo or San Diego. The food is always well-prepared and served by efficient, friendly personnel. The restaurant is usually crowded, and therefore a bit noisy, but not uncomfortably so.
07/07/2013
By: simplyxcellent
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09/08/2014
By: Manuel G.
C D Concrete Construction
Highly Recommend for any concrete projects. Had my Drive way and back yard patio done. Great service from start to finish. They were respectful and timely. However their email has been changed to cd.concreteconstruction@gmail.com
08/20/2017
By: C L.
Market Tavern
Great charcuterie plate ($24), it was a special for the day. Korean fried chicken was tough and too sweet. But they made up for it with the skirt steak which was done perfectly. Mashed potatoes were very good, too.Excellent.
10/16/2012
By: cmartinez209
Garlic Brothers Restaurant
Not bad, but not great. Took a bit to get served but waitress made up for it. Good selection of beers and food was pretty good. Environment for lunch could be better.
11/16/2016
By: lawrencehicks
Garlic Brothers Restaurant
The green death is a dish to die for best I ever had. And I eat out a lot at least twice a week. Every weekend. And they have a new menu.
08/31/2016
By: Chris G.
Stockton Computer Repair iPhone Repair
Oh no, I dropped my phone. Luckily they replaced the glass in my iPhone... Yay! Quick and reasonably priced.
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Irrigation system advantages:
  • Lowers water bill and maintenance time with scheduled watering
  • Evenly distributes water
Irrigation system disadvantages:
  • Professionally installed systems cost between $3,000-$4,000 for a quarter-acre lot.
  • Some do-it-yourself systems cost up to $1,500 but are difficult to install.
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Why get artificial grass?
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Why stick to the real deal?
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