Sears has gone through many changes in the last decade or so, but I still think it is one of the better department stores. Sears is my first choice for appliances and tools (craftsmen).
I took my daughter to Dr. Chin when she needed her wisdom teeth removed. She was comfortable throughout the whole procedure and didn't have any bad after effects. On the insurance side of things, almost everything was covered. When I had a question about the final bill, the staff answered me thoroughly and courteously. My daughter and I both received excellent service throughout.
Pappadeaux is more expensive than other seafood restaurants in the area, but their menu is a bit more varied, which makes up for it a little bit. They have good appetizers, and their dishes have a cajun twist.
I heard that this buffet has crab legs, so I went there to try it out. First of all, the crab legs were almost always gone. I spent a lot of time waiting for them to refill the platter. Then, the crab legs were very thin, the shells were hard to remove, and the meat wasn't that tasty. It wasn't worth the drive.
I've ben using Bank One for many years and I am quite pleased with their service. I have never had any problems with them, and now I don't even need to go into the bank at all. Online banking and ATMs take care of everything for me!
No trip to the mall would be complete for me without stopping by Auntie Annie's for a soft pretzel. They have lots of different dips, toppings, and flavors to choose from, and the pretzels are always fresh and piping hot.
I have a pretty big family, so buffets are great for us. Old Country Buffet usually has a nice variety of foods to choose from and they rotate their menu a lot. The seating area is big and the restrooms are clean.
I like stopping by the Food Court for Sbarro's calzones. They are very tasty and I haven't found better ones at a "fast food" kind of restaurant. I think Sbarro's pizza is also very good.
There are a lot of new "fresh sandwich" shops around town, but I still like to go to Subway sometimes. I like how they show you exactly how many calories and fat come in each sandwich. That helps on diet days! But their menu is pretty limited.
Compared to the other electronics stores available these days, Radio Shack is just too small and doesn't carry enough products to make a trip there worth my time. I prefer to go to Best Buy or Circuit City where I know they have lots of different items to choose from.