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  • 1.Reforma

    4320 N Campbell Ave


    4.55 mi

  • 2.Reforma Cocina y Cantina

    4310 N Campbell Ave


    4.53 miMenu$$

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By: Z J.
Dyer Health PLLC
Very kind staff and Kim is extremely caring and thorough. She is very understanding and is able to work with your schedule.
By: James F.
Woods Memorial Library
This facility is an excellent public space which can be used in a number of ways to learn and study all manner of subjects. Also, businesses can use the meeting rooms and study rooms are available for tutoring or just having a quieter, more private place to study. It is a valuable public asset where the staff are friendly and helpful. Two thumbs up!
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By: Brant P.
Joel D Valdez Main Library
I love this library. Every one that works there is wonderful. Books are easy to find & security does a great job. Thanks to all.
By: Vicki B.
The Foot Massage Store
I was given gift of a back and foot massage at this establishment. The massage room has three beds, so privacy is not a possibility. The "massage" was beyond painful from the get-go, horrible, actually brutal. The man did not speak much English and when I said it was painful he didn't seem to understand or care. I thought he might break my neck or back using his full body weight and actually pounding on me. This went on for an hour with any possibility of relaxing hopeless as I was just concentrating on survival with fear of becoming black and blue.During the massage he kept leaving the room as each new client came in to sell gift certificates, the apologized, but there was nothing remotely relaxing about it as I knew folks were waiting for their massages and he could not concentrate, was just pounding away doing his job.Once the ordeal was over another client asked if I enjoyed the massage. I let him know I did not, that I was afraid that I would… He responded, "die?". He said he was a chiropractor and that this was not like massage but like acupuncture, which seemed absurd.Once out of the room the man met me and said something I could not understand, then pointed to the sign that said they accepted tips. Embarrassed I reached into my wallet which he kept his gaze upon, and I pulled out two dollars, fumbling with the bills. I handed the money towards him and he, disgusted and insulted, refused it which was fine with me as I did not want to tip for torture. Tips seem to be mandatory there, a sense of entitlement for such treatment.With two dollars clenched in my hand I exited the place, in pain, but at least in the fresh air away from the brutal massage. I will not and can not recommend this place unless you wear body armor. As for privacy, forget it. I am still in pain a day later, full body pain. I would not call any of what I experienced a massage.
By: healthymind
The Foot Massage Store
I was left on the table for some time before someone came in. He spoke and took action quickly - before I could fully understand what was to come next. The draping left me feeling very vulnerable (and cold) with my rear exposed almost the entire time. The therapist was going very deeply and I tried to tell him not to, he did not understand. I actually had to say STOP a few times. He also went way over in the time and then charged me for it. I would not recommend this place to people.

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