Mexican food at it's best. The dhilis rhellenos are wonderful; stuffed with chicken and cheese. Carlito's has a wide variety of dinner specials and offers a never-endign bowl of chips and hot salsa. The service is prompt and couteous.
PROS: Good food in a well designed atmosphere. Feels like you've stepped into a M
CONS: The lighting is too dark and the menue printed in red on red is difficult t
The Supermercado with its adobe colored bricks and open ended carrel bays was designed to lure the hispanic market.
The store is spcious and well stocked. Shoping here is an ejjoyable experience.
PROS: Teh Supermercado boasts a deli, florist , p harmacy and grocery store all u
CONS: The PA music can get too loud.
Everything fromgenealogy to the latest courtroom thriller is at your fingertips in this mid-size library. Unger is more than adequate for a town of 22,000 readers.Ungers offers a reding room, study carels, computer literacy traning and much more.
PROS: annual Friends of the Library booksale. ReadingLiteracy center with readin
CONS: Needs more recent releases titles.
The smell of hot tar and asphalt hangheavy on the air on east end of the park while the west end is saturated with the sweet tang of cotton candy. This is a Six Flags want-to-be without the live shows. Younger kids will enjoy it more than teens who have been to larger parks.
PROS: Pay One Price amusement park. Everything in one strip so children don't get
CONS: difficult to find if you don't know Lubbock. Not enough variety in rides.
Dr. James works swiftly and efficiently. He does no unnecesary work in your mouth and doesn't try to presure you into more dental work. Crowns don't come unglued nor do teeth develop new problems after he has worked on them.
PROS: Child friendly waiting room& treasure box for after exam prize
CONS: Small, crowded parking lot.
Alvin McMenam ybuilt his business on family values. Many of his customers are repeat customers who pass Alvin's automotive name down through the family. Alvin keeps a watchful eye on his mechanics and expects them to do the job the way he would himself.Alvin doesn't talk down to women, but treats them as if he knows they do know a thing or two about cars; yet he is willing to explains car trouble or billing disputes in simple terms.
PROS: Alvin's wife is bookkeeper. She often has thir llaso apso in the office.
CONS: The bays are always full; sometime have to wait a day or two to get in.
Pat Wad of the Country Dawg genuinely loves dogs and takes pride in making themclean and handsome.She listens closely to owners specifications for grooming and trims the dogs accordingly. My shih tzu came home frisky and sweet smelling. He didn't seem tramatized by the experience . his visits to other groomers left him skittish and fearful.
Her fee, a flat $20.00 for pickup, , trim, and return trip home is a bargain.
PROS: Excellent service. I don't have to take my dog to the groomer - she comes t
CONS: Groomer lives in the country. I hven't seen her work area so can't judge it
Hair Classiue is a family owned business run by a mother and her two daughters. The mother is retired now aftr a career as hair stylist and bookkeeping for the firm. The two sisters are the now theowner/operators. The sisters moved to the 10th street location after selling the building at the Quency & W. 19th Street location. The new building is smaller but has a more inviting, down home feel to it. In addition to a full line of hair care products. Hair Classique offers a tanning bed and massage tretments. Service is prompt and professional. Both sisters are warm and outgoing and make their clients feel like old friends. They go out of their was to fuss over theri senior citizen clients.
PROS: relaxing atmosphere; clientele is small, there is no wait for service
CONS: Owners have raised prices twice in the past year.
I love Italian food, especially lasagne, but I can't cook it. I was looking forward to something other than my home-made spaghetti, so I decided to try Olive Garden. I chose this locastion because it is managed by my husband's niece' husband.
We were seated promtply though the wait staff did not know we were related to the manager. The atmosphere was pleasant for afternoon (4:00 p.m).. Our watress was personable and had no trouble taking our order. I ordered lasagna, naturally, while my husband order spaghetti. The food was served hot with a side orer of garlic bread and a small dinner salad. The lasagna was delicious, ooaing with cheese, just the way i like it.The noodles were tender and not overcooked. It was lightly seasoned with a delicate olive oil favor.
The dinner was well worth the price paid, though a bit more than what we normally pay at a cafeteria style establishment.
PROS: Excellent food; excellent wait staff, clean environment
CONS: air conditioning temperature was too cool.