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07/01/2017
By: Nat M.
Marisco Costa Azul
Customer beware, this place charges you an additional tax when paying with a credit/debit card. Look at the bottom of the receipt. It's only a few cents, but still shady. Also, check your bill before paying. I did not and just realized i paid $23.95 for a $15.99 tostada and $3.00 large drink. That's $18.99 without tax. The guy charged me $4.96 in taxes. My fault for not looking before paying. I called the guy back and he was rude and said he charged me right, said he was busy and hung up. Bad customer service
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04/01/2017
By: Teresa V.
Marisco Costa Azul
The music and drinks are the only thing that are good. Food was not good at all. If you like spicy food do not go there. The service was so slow it took an hr to get our drinks which were pretty good. Food also took very long to get to us and was not worth the wait. Servers were nice but took her a while to get us napkins and forks.
07/26/2016
By: Misty A.
Threads Of Love
Been a long time customer!! Store is always clean & organized. They have awesome selections of name brand apparel for the whole family, at very very reasonable prices.
08/23/2015
By: Cecilia D.
Farmer Boys
Great food! Friendly and fast . clean and fresh!I love there salads! One of the best and healthier places to eat in town.
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