I'm afraid I cannot recommend this doctor. He always seems extremely rushed to make a diagnosis and get out as quick as possible, even when it is made obvious that the patient would like to slow things down a bit in order to get a better idea of what procedures, etc. may be necessary. He seems to downplay any questions asked.
CD Warehouse has somewhat high prices for a used record store. Their selection is hit and miss, as is the nature of such a store. Employees are friendly and their knowledge seems to vary. They are not encyclopedic, as can be found just up the street at Used Kids. Other things that can be found at Used Kids include: a lot more music and better prices.
It's basically a fake town. It has the same vibe as an amusement park. Nothing is real. The cops, the buildings. It's all facades. Everything exists to sell you something. If you're alright with that sort of thing, then by all means take a step inside. If you've got reservations, you've likely got reason. Easton is the latest nail in the coffin of downtown.
Bang and Olufson offer very expensive products. Much of the cost is a "prestige" sort of thing. A large chunk of it also goes toward aesthetic design. The electronics they offer are not of exceedingly high quality, but they are really cool. It's a fun store to go in and take a look around. Salespeople are accomodating and will pretend you can afford $14,000 speakers with a smile.
And that's a feat. Steve Madden sells absolutely atrocious looking casual footwear. They're well-known for their sneakers, which were popular during the whole "bowling shoe-inspired" thing that was unfortunately popular a couple of years back. They've since deviated from that a bit and have expanded into making haphazard attempts at other styles, but it's still so much crap.
These shoes are cheaply made and tend to bow to the lowest common denominator among recent trends. For the prices they're being sold at, I'd advise you to hit up DSW or an analog and have a look at their merchandise instead. Everything here just seems like so much plastic crap. It is unfortunate.
This pet store just doesn't seem well run. The animals are in small cages, some of them barely have enough room to turn around. I am sure they use puppy mills, etc. The employees are not obviously negligent or anything, but the conditions just seem unfortunate . I'd suggest buying from a breeder instead, foregoing the pet store route altogether.
Chik Fil-A is really great as fast food goes. The chicken is cooked in peanut oil, which gives it an interesting flavor. Plus they're a Christian company who actually seem to operate on Christian principles, which is noble and exceedingly rare (I'm not religious, but I find this highly respectable).
Unfortunately, this Chik Fil-A doesn't live up to the standards that have been set by other franchises I have visited. I don't know if it's a result of their mall food court location or what, but they seem to screw up almost constantly. A pity.
The clothing and overall aesthetic of this place is fairly laughable and the prices aren't good, by any means. The employees are nice and they're helpful, but the merchandise here just isn't particularly good. I'd recommend looking elsewhere. The more "Rock and roll" oriented merchandise in particular is...lacking.
Taj II has an extensive menu, friendly service, and great food. They can cook chicken for you in about a thousand different ways and their curry does not mess around. Their portions are sort of enormous, so you might want to split an entree with a dining companion if you don't want a stomach ache or leftovers.