I recently had jury duty and at lunch headed over to Horton Plaza. Everywhere was so crowded so I decided to shop and just grab a dog and I must say it was nothing special but it was quick and the price was reasonable.
The is a great little place in east village to have breakfast or lunch. I haven't been for dinner so I can't say but the breakfast with awesome. The service was great also.
I was a little disappointed with this place. The outside looked cool but the service was bad and the food wasn't that much better. The prices weren't too bad (thank goodness)
My daughter has taken some dance classes here and they were just ok. The teachers weren't that great and the schedule of classes were not that convenient for me. They had to cancel a couple of classes for lack of participation.
This thrift Store is kinda small but seemed fairly clean compared to other thrift stores. The sales people seemed to very nice and tried to help us find things.
When we were looking for new office furniture we stumbled into this place and the sales people were really nice and the furniture was very reasonable.
This place has a lot to choose from but nothing that really has been my style. I have gone there several times when looking for furniture but never found anything. Quality seems a little cheap
This place is close to my office and I had never even noticed it until one day someone told me about it. It has some nice things but is a little cramped. The prices are a little high.
The boutique carries very vintage-styled clothing (from the 1900s to the 1950s). The prices are a little high. The clothes are not really my style but it was a cool store and staff was cool!
My teenage loves this store. For some reason the kids nowadays want to wear the same clothes we wore when we were teenagers (I should have saved my clothes, it would have saved me alot of money in clothes shopping). Anyway this store has great choices in vintage (70s, 80s & 90s) clothes. The prices are great also.