As the reviewer below me stated, the staff here does seem to care about the "clients" that come in. However, I didn't find them particularly astute, especially when diagnosing my male dog with an ovary problem.
The first thing a pet owner asks for in an animal hospital is that the staff knows what they are doing. To that end, Mt Top AH is satisfactory and even beyond that. However, they are slow to get around to you, you'll pay high prices for both service and supplies, and as someone else said it is often crowded.
The team at Kubishin & Ator are all one could ask for in accountants: helpful and willing to answer any questions, professional in all business they conduct, and, best of all, they get results.
Very strange things to be seen here. Wiccan clothes and books, various "Essences" and incenses, lots of knicknacks for around the house. Overall worth the visit. Prices can catch you off guard, but if you find an Arthurian sword you must have, it will be worth it for you.
Basically has the typical used book/record store prices and selection - pop (fiction and music) is easiest to come by though some gems are in there as well. This is pretty average, I guess. The atmosphere is nice, what with the low-key lighting and haphazard interior. More like a maze than a series of aisles.
While on the pricey side of things, cost isn't outrageous here as it is at other places on South Street. The stock is mostly designed for exotic dancers though the laywoman can find something to suit her as well. Though it probably won't suit her entire body.
Zipperhead has your average music/cinema-related tshirt collection and a slightly stranger than average inventory of boots and leatherwear. However, nothing really amazing is for sale here, especially with the advent of the Internet clothing shop, and Zipperhead's prices are absolutely ridiculous. My advice? Make your own fetishwear if you must wear that type of thing. Maybe the punks were on to something after all..
While parts are basically set in stone already regarding price, labor here is a bit more than you'll pay at most other shops. The mechanics know (for the most part) what they're doing and will probably not gouge you with extra charges and such. They're quite fair.
The inventory is well stocked with industrial and goth classics and rarities, and a decent used disc section makes this a necessary stop while perusing South Street's shops.
The turkey here is, as to be expected, great. The sandwiches are quite good, mainly due to the turkey and the bread choices, which are many. My qualm is that the place feels sterile what with the somewhat awkward setup as you enter, and the prices are on the high end. I paid over ten dollars for a turkey sandwich and a soda.