Style America is located near Tom Thumb in Allen. They are a walk in salon and you can also make appointments. Service for adults is generally good but they do not seem too happy to accommodate kids, maybe it was just the lady we had that day. Prices are reasonable.
I went here when my husband purchased a gift certificate for a manicure. They are very pricey upscale establishment. The salon is nicely set out and you get wonderful attention that makes you feel very special. They offer a wide variety of services from hair to nails etc.
This was our first appartment experience. The appartments where a nice a size and well lad out with plenty of room. Each bedroom had a walk in closet and its own bathrooms. The pricing was affordable, maintenance was prompt and they had 2 swimming pools for residents.
I had driven past here many times and wondered what it was like, so we decided to try it for lunch one day and I like what I saw. The hamburgers remind me more of a home made type burger - they are large - not flat like a lot of other places. The atmosphere was okay. The kids meals where also quite big - easy enough for children to share. This will be a place we will return to.
A great bank that has been so helpful to us since we started using them. They have a wonderful website to use for all your banking needs right from your home. I do all my banking on line and even use it to pay all my bills, query any bills and get a glance at what my monthly statement is. I can manage my financial life right at home. The website is easy to use and customer service is just a click away. The customer service is great and we have found their fees very reasonable.
Heritage farmstead is a great place to take young children to in Plano Texas. I would say preschool to about 1st or 2nd grade. Their website keeps you updated with the latest events they have going on and what to expect each Friday. They inform you of all the fees involved and what your child will elarn. very informative - telling you exactly what you need to know without picking up a phone. The price is about $5 and you can take along a picnic lunch to enjoy after the tour and activities
This was the hospital that I was referred to for the birth of my third child, my first in the United States. I cannot say it was the best experience. The Dr's where great, but after that it was not the greatest experience. I had to call for my dinner, they had forgotten to bring it to me, some of my repeated requests where ignored. I felt as though I was on my own and not cared for as I should of been.
Central Market I think should be classified as a tourist attraction. I don't think there are many stores like this around. The variety is enormous and definitely upmarket. You will be able to find many products here that are imported so this is very well suited to the Dallas area. A bit on the expensive side but worth it for items that you cannot find in your local grocery store. Birthday cakes are delicious from here and beautifully designed. An enjoyable place just to walk around and see. Experience little bits from different cultures.
What a novel concept this is that I have not seen before - eating and watching a movie at the same time. We have only been here once and that was for a work function with my husbands work. We ate our desert while watching the movie and it was not disruptive at all, actually felt pretty much like you where sitting at home in your own living room. Now I think that if it was a large crowd and the waiter was going up and down it could be a little disruptive.
This is a great place to go if you need to help fill up a day with your child - the movies are very cheap (about $2 or less) and you can normally catch up on the older movies that have already been on circuit. The movies shown are normally the ones that have just come off circuit. The theatre is older but still clean.