The best part about this place is the price. The prices of all of the food items inside are very good (for a convenience store) and the gasoline prices are extrodinary. Some people are weary about buying gas from the smaller names, but in reality all the gas comes from the same place and any store that has the infrastructure in place to sell gasoline, is not going to have any problems.
This is the only place in the area that I have seen that sells Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Porshe, Alfa Romeo, and more. Basically for every exotic car you could imagine, they are a dealer. They are always having new cars coming in, and for anyone who is in the market for one of these VERY expensive cars, this would be a good place to visit.
This car wash does a great job. There are several different options for the wash that they do, but they all do a great job on your car. Before the car goes through the car washing garage, the people there vacuum out the inside of the car. After the car comes out people then wash the inside dashboard and windows.
When I leave this place the car looks almost brand new.
This is one of the only real art stores in the area. The prices are high, but the selection is pretty good. They have a good printing (large format) and framing business, although this is expensive as well.
The people who work in this location know a lot about art and the different products that they sell. I would also recommend the framing department here.
Staples is a national chain and has very good deals when it comes to anything for the office and school supplies. That being said, when it comes to this branch I think that the staff is not as knowledgable as at other locations (and certianly not as knowledgeable as they should be). Also, this store is smaller than most of the other stores, which limits their selection on the bigger items (furniture, and comptuer systems). *Note: I would never buy a computer or other electronics device from staples, they are way too overpriced.
For people who run, the shoes can totally change your running experience. I have found that with the wrong shoes (worn out ones) they can hurt your feet, back, and throw off your running completely.
The staff at this store are all athletes themselves and understand the shoes that they sell very well. I at first (before I started running) didnt think that this was that big of a deal, but I have now found that the recommendations from the people I get there are very helpful and appreciated.
I find that at Wholesale clubs like this one, people seem to get bogged down in the fact that they are buying so much at once. They think they are getting a better deal than they actually are. I find that with many of the things that are available at BJs, when they go on sale at ACME or another large chain grocery store, they are much cheaper than at BJ and you dont have to buy more than you need.
BJs is mainly good for baked goods, or meats and fish, in my opinion.
I can attest to the quality of the merchanside at this store. The jeweler there knows jewelry amazingly well. The prices are great and the selection is wide. There is no doubt that you will be getting quality at fair prices when you shop here. I cannot think of another jewelry store which I can trust more or would feel more comforatble making a big purchase.
This bakery is Kosher and parve. THis is great because finding desserts to eat after a meat meal can be hard. The cakes and cookies from this bakery are all very good, expecially considering that they are all parve (sometimes that is hard tobelieve).
This is one of the few kosher meat markets on the Main Line. THey have all kinds of meat and kosher foods that you could imagine at reasonable prices. There are foods from israel that you cannot find elsewhere. For people who keep kosher, kosher meat markets and other places that are all kosher are great, because you know that everything in the store is allowed for consumption.
I would shop here again in an instant.