This place was ridiculous. We took in a car that had just been done to test, and sure enough, they found a lot that needed to be fixed, despite the car having been inspected and reviewed by a state regulator prior. They failed the car on inspection, and "lost" the parts to compare it to.
I've been with this branch since it was Summit and Fleet. I have to say BOA while a good back, is a bit lacking in their customer service. I do everything possible to avoid going inside, partly due to my personality, but mainly because it seems the approach there is more ... how can you be of service to us. They're doing US a favor by allowing US to patronize them. The ATM goes down regularly, and always at the worst times, showing they're not interested in the customer, and the fees, even when their own machines don't work, are pathetic and you have to fight customer service to get them refunded, even with documentation that it was down. I'm there because it's easier than switching banks.
They are all fluff. All about the sale. The quality is only good if you're lucky. Oversight is there, but they just don't take an interest in the quality of the work or the workmanship unless the owner or buyer is there. Utter lack of safety interest and concern. If you want a house that was built on the lives of the workers, without consideration or concern and you are heartless, this is the contractor for you. It's all about the show, and not about the foundation.
Not worth the price. It's a little step up from most mass start out places for stylists, but not much of one. The stylists are young and not very experienced, but you wouldn't know that from their attitudes. They think they are the top of the line artists, but they're more interested in talking to their friends who are hanging out in the chair next to you chatting.
Very friendly, always know your name, welcoming, wonderful setting. They keep track of what you want although they remember you. Very personalized attention. Decent prices, completely non-stress environment.
NY Pizza. NY Pizza Parlour. They're family, you're family. Everyone shows up there eventually. The best pizza around. Great prices, great deals, even the delivery folks are family and know your name, your pets, your home, your order.
Truly a neighborhood restaurant, but with excellent food and a warm, friendly setting. People are always smiling.
It's a diner. Nothing to write home about. It doesn't have a family feel to it, the food is standard fare, the folks aren't overly friendly and don't seem to be happy you're there, but they don't seem annoyed, just distant. Based on the type of reputation the location is getting, it's unfortunate, because it's convenient and always open, which is what is leading it to be more of a hangout and stop for undesireables.
They've got bagels. I go there for bagels. I love bagels. They have a wide selection and offer deli items and high falutin' offerings as well, but you go to bagelsmith for bagels, and they've got them and they're fresh. Friendly fun atmosphere, they're you're neighbors.
The place is a bit dingy, but the people are nice enough. They seem shy, and it's odd that the take out area is all the way in the back. They offer a small selection of italian grocery items that is welcoming, but you almost don't notice them. The pizza is good, not great, but good enough.
They deliver, the food is good, the place is clean. That's expected, but the people are very friendlly and they are always incredibly friendly and nice to deal with. I've watched their little kids grow up and they all seem like part of the family now. And they offer delivery.