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04/19/2014
By: carlossanabria
La Roca Restaurant
This restaurant has the best Mariscos (Seafood) and Micheladas in all of Woodland, I would go as far as saying probably the best I've ever had. The authenticity and quality of the food is amazing in my opinion. My favorite plate to order is called "Camarones A La Roca" it goes perfect with a nice cold Michelada that is also amazing, they have a variety of Beers and Beverages. The service is awesome and the food is delivered fairly quickly. All seafood lovers definitely need to give this place a try. My favorite place to eat at, besides my mothers kitchen. 10/10, A+, 100%
10/25/2016
By: Eunice L.
Bella Vie Real Estate
Mother and daughter team and we had the pleasure of working with Michelle for our out of town move into roseville. For months we communicated via email and Michelle was excellent conveying info to us newbies who knew nothing about Roseville. We drove around for 2 days, found our home and offer end of second day. She had great info about Roseville and informed us well of the area. She is professional and I was glad she was on our side. Definitely recommend!!!
03/30/2017
By: Deanna G.
MOD Pizza
Everything about MOD Pizza is great!!! It's so refreshing to have a choice of toppings without being charged extra for extras. The staff is very friendly and patient while you are deciding what you might want.
12/01/2013
By: Kundan S.
Picasso's Pizza
I visited there about a month ago n ordered 2 large pizza . The owner of the place is so humble n nice to talk i was really impressed . And wat to say abt pizza its "DELICIOUS "DO TRY IT !Ritu
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02/19/2016
By: Olga M.
Costco
Great customer service, I love the pharmacy where there is no wit in line. I like the location of the store that is close to homes.
01/07/2013
By: amanda.arroyo.98
Rico's Pizza
Great food, good prices! what more could you ask for :) amazing staff also!
07/10/2013
By: maria.cervantes.04
Costco
great for snacks for kids..bulky items;-)
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