The staff, administration, and teachers are what makes this school the best of the best. Where else do you have alumni drawn back to their middle and high years with the force
Did you say we're going out for dinner? Bet we're headed to the Vegetarian Teapot. Best vegetarian food I've ever eaten - the Rose Chicken and the Mango Cheesecake (no cheese) are unbelievably delicious. As they say - try it, you'll like it!
PROS: convenient location and it's Kosher
CONS: prices are a bit higher than average
With a diverse community Barnes & Noble serves many functions from purchasing books to browsing periodicals to reading books while relaxing in the armchairs spread out in various areas of the store. Open late it is a great place to visit and don't forget to check out the bargain books section.
Two stories high at the eastern corner in Redmond Town Center this place is a haven for book lovers. From tots to seniors there are books for all to choose from.
Great place for young adult game players to hang out. They host competitions and the choice to observe if you choose. Conveniently located makes it accessible.
From just one visit I knew this store was not for me. The books are overpriced and probably could be found elsewhere for less. They are conveniently located though so it is worth at least one visit.
PROS: Their special events may be of interest to the community.
CONS: high prices
The adopted meeting place for the Redmond Association for Spokenword (RASP) hosts RASP's open mike and Island Style Slam's on the first Saturday night of each month. Their raspberry croissants are to die for. Next time you want somewhere to hang out at, head over to Victor's.
With high parental volunteering and a wonderful, devoted staff this is the place for your child to broaden his horizon. Your kids are treated well every day.