Had some leaking in the kitchen. Didn't know what was causing it. Called up this place and they sent over two guys who looked at the problem and couldn't tell what was causing the leakage either. Not very experienced. Still suffering from water damage.
Wouldn't recommend this place because the staff is very disorganized. They can't keep track of long-time clients. Constantly shifting clients around to different lawyers. And the lawyers are never in the office. They seem to always be in court or to have just stepped out before you called. Pretty coicidental, huh?
A nice assortment of winter shoes. I especially liked the boots. There were many different styles and the leather was very strong and yet also comfortable. I also liked how I could browse on my own without being harassed by staff members.
Expensive, but one of the few places that actually sold the stuff I needed for my ceramics class. It's a little like Pearl Paint--so much stuff that it almost becomes like shopping in a maze. I'm not one for art stores. I never understand the organization behind it. I think this place needed more staff helpers to guide customers rather than to have us wander aimlessly for items.
Nice, but small. That's the problem with neighborhood places. Also the fact that there is one guy behind the counter, which means you have to wait a while before you can be helped. The prices, though, were much cheaper than at bigger stores. I also found a really nice design here that I hadn't seen anywhere else before. Overall, the inventory was good, but the service was a little slow.
Fun place to take the kids. Open 7 days a week, usually from 11-10pm, but on Saturday it's open 'til midnight. They have batting cages, arcade games, basketball, hockey, soccer, etc. You can also reserve a party room to hold your kid's birthday party or a sport's team celebration. They have some nice packages at decent prices, so check it out.
Convenient location and offers more than just bowling. There are arcade games to keep the kids busy. Also, the food selection isn't as bad as it is in most alleys. The one thing is that there always seems a shortage of the good bowling balls.
When I hang out with my friend in Brooklyn Heights, we go to this place because it's convenient and the staff is hip. They don't always have the newest dvds (the goods ones are usually already borrowed), but they have a lot of obscure movies that nobody else wants to watch except us. So that makes up for their lack of new releases. We always get a kick out of the classics. Cheap too and they are not to stern about late fees.
Nice selection of jewelry/accessories. However, I came in looking for something specific (namely a diamond watch) and they kept trying to steer me to buy something else, especially this gold necklace, which I was shown twice. I didn't appreciate that when I specifically told them what I wanted to look at and they totally didn't listen.
This is by far the best costume store I've been to. It is huge and has every costume you could ever think of. And even if you didn't have anything mind, browsing through the store would give you a ton of ideas. Whether you want to be funny, sexy, or scary, you'll be able to find your get-up here (both kids and adults): Donald Trump wigs, Venetian masks, Freddy Kruger's glove, a sexy maid costume, etc. Also, if you don't want to get your lazy butt to the store, you can preview their stuff online at http://abracadabrasuperstore.com. They have all kinds of gags and props, you're bound to find something for Halloween.