I have taken both my cars to Adam's, and have been very pleasantly surprised at the quality of service. Adam's is in a location that used to be a BP station, so it's a little confusing to look at as you can see the islands where the gas pumps used to be. But it's exclusively an auto repair shop and inspection station now.
Inspections and oil changes are done quickly and cheaply. There's a small waiting room with a little TV if you want to wait there, or you can walk a couple of blocks down to the local coffee shop.
Johnson's is a one stop shop if you're hungry, need gas, or are out of milk. It's nothing fancy and the selection isn't huge, but it's in the middle of nowhere so it's much needed. They have a small grill where you can get a biscuit or a sandwich - the sausage biscuits are cheap and tasty. My only complaint is that the gas pumps are pre-pay only, which can be a pain when you have your kids with you.
I grew up near Paul's Place, and I always loved heading out and grabbing a couple of dogs with relish, mustard and onions (all the way). I grew up and moved away, but have now moved back and bring my own kids to Paul's. The atmosphere is classic country restaurant - it's nothing fancy but it's all for real. Everyone knows each other and they're always happy to see you.
Yummy steamed buns, delicious relish, great hot dog chili, and a whole wall of candy to entertain your kids. Paul's is awesome!
I really enjoy this restaurant. They have all the classic mexican dishes that we love done very well. My favorite though is a dish that I can't remember the name of - it's two flour tortillas with spinach, mushrooms, and cheese grilled inside. It's SO tasty and I have cravings for it at least a couple of times a month. The atmosphere is cozy and clean - very nice little restaurant.
I love this restaurant. The burritos are amazing, and they have this great salsa bar with lots of variety to try. The prices are really amazing considering how great the food is. Eat at Flaming Amy's!
I love going here on Sundays and hitting the buffet. They have some unusual dishes that I haven't seen on other chinese buffets, as well as the old favorites done in a very tasty way. It's a nice atmosphere and the prices are reasonable.
If I'm eating Chinese I'm going here. It's an open kitchen so you can see them cook the food. The menu isn't anything incredibly original, but it's tasty and I can feed my husband and I for $10 and have leftovers for lunch the next day.
We have been to Bolero's twice, and enjoyed it. It's a nice change from your typical mexican or american dinner. Lots of plantains, bananas, black beans, and sausage make it an interesting menu.
I don't think it's the highest quality food - I was actually very disappointed when I ordered paella and got a plate of rice with scattered seafood that was most definitely not a paella. But overall the food is tasty, and they have a KILLER mojito there that makes it worth the trip no matter what you eat.
I recently stopped by this restaurant to try it out for lunch. I was a little hesitant as it's located in a strip mall and you can't tell what's going on in there from the outside. But it's a great place, very relaxed and fun. The chef obviously cares about the food he puts out.
I had a grilled cheese - two slices of thick white bread grilled until perfectly crispy with a layer of gooey melted cheese and two thick slices of tomato on the inside. I also had a cup of shrimp bisque - it was creamy and delicious with just the right amount of "shrimpy" flavor. I'll definitely be back to check out the brunch menu - it looked wonderful.
Tidal Creek has a great selection of healthy and organic foods. The prices are of course a little higher, but you get what you pay for. There is a small area in which you can get freshly prepared, healthy foods and smoothies. The employees there have always been professional and very friendly in my experience.