While driving up Nicholson Lane late a few nights ago, I had a late evening ice cream craving. I remembered a great place just over the hill and to the right. I made the move. It was gone. Not closed. Empty. Out of business!
A sad day in ice cream history for sure. (via Shawn H. on Yelp)
As a sushi review, only three stars. Convenience would be four. The “Chinese” food? four stars also, but I almost always get the sushi. It’s not the best sushi. They mass make the rolls as the lunch hour progresses because of the half price lunch roll deal (best sushi deal in town). It’s a step above grocery store sushi (Whole Foods) but nothing like Uni, Tako or Sushi Ko. No, it’s not great. The place itself is pretty ghetto also. But the price and the location make it a top pick among many for lunch. I’ve occasionally had dinner there. They have a few newer, much nicer locations but they all seem very different and this is the only one I have visited regularly (because of the convenience of the location for me). If it’s lunchtime during the week and you are on a budget, but want sushi, this is the only place and you will be happy. (via Shawn H. on Yelp)
You can tell these people care about what they’re doing. That’s important to me when people are taking care of the clothes I wear. I’ve been using Dry Clean Expo almost exclusively for almost five years now. The few times I have tried other cleaners that seemed more convenient have all been short lived due to poor service or lack of concern over damaged or improperly cleaned items.
I vote with my wallet and my vote goes to Dry Clean Expo!
Now, if you need repairs, they are a little expensive. But I need to break my lazy habits and use the needle and thread once in a while anyway!
🙂 (via Shawn H. on Yelp)