R C Willey is definetly one of the bubbles nicer furniture stores, we have gotten a couch and chairs there and it is of excellent quality. The only problem is the price. You can expect to pay a bit for good furniture but with the high prices and commision based salesmen you can end up with a bad case of buyers regret. The best idea, go during one of their big sales promotions and get a free hot dog and then go check out some of the sales. Now thats a good combination!
Unlike other comedy clubs in the area, Comedy Sportz makes it a priority to keep good clean fun. It is a perfect place for a date because it keeps things appropriate but is also hillarious. The atmosphere is lively but not uncomfortable and although they do pack a lot of people in, you will forget about the crowd when the show starts. The comedian rotation is fun but it is true, some are a lot better than others. Which keeps you coming back hoping for more of the good ones!
Ok, so the real winner in the provo grocery price war is Reams. I have to admit that they have some pretty ridiculously well priced items. The only problem is their store is a little.. well... scarry. Perhaps if they cleaned it up a little and lit it a little more I would be more encouraged to shop there. Still, if you are looking for dirt cheap grocery prices, this is the place to go! (Too bad storehouse markets isn't still around...)
I'll admit it, I have no company loyalty to Smiths or to Maceys. Whoever has the better sales this week will get my business. That being said, the Maceys is a little nicer than the central provo smiths and has more of a college feel to it. It gets crazy between friday night and saturday night so leave plenty of time to shop. Good prices and they are closed on sundays!
DI is great. For a college student on a budget (or one who just finds good deals fun), DI has just about all you need! (except the ramen). Their clothes are super cheap and if you can find working appliances, they are great too. The furniture was actually surprisingly expensive but thats how it works, prices range all over the place. With DI you are also giving people who might not be able to get jobs elsewhere a chance, support them!
Savers, as far as I can tell, is pretty much the same as DI but possibly higher priced. They might have an average higher quality piece of clothing but I have found excellent stuff at DI that competes with anything Savers has to offer. What does make Savers special is there are sometimes good deals, like if lighting strikes while you are checking out, you get a discout... stuff like that. Makes life exciting.
TPM really is the main choice in Provo for property management. They have the most listings outside of BYUs housing search which makes them very appealing. But, as other people have commented, I don't know why they are the biggest, the really don't seem the best. Like others, I found the service impersonal and unflexible.
This is a great place to find stuff you never knew you needed at good prices. The only problem is that everything in the store smells a little weird and old. Oh well. It has a huge selection and is great for preparing for a camping trip with the fam. A litle dirty and unkempt but about what you would expect!
This candy factory is a delicious way to spend a few hours... unlike a cheese factory or something that will turn you off of whatever product they are making, this factory only makes you want more and more until after the tour you have no choice but to buy some at the gift shop for the way home. Which isn't a bad thing, the candy is as good as it looks. Fun for kids or even a different sort of date!
Hobble Creek is a lovely course nestled in the mountains. I like the scenic views and the uncrowded feel of the course. I also like how well maintained it has always been. During the winter you can rent snowmobiles here for a wild time going through the trails around the course. Hobble Creek is definetly worth the drive out, especially for an early morning round of gold.