Tim Foley Physical Therapy is a great place to go. They are very caring and attentive. They are accomodating for schedule changes. And above all, they get results. I was extremely satisfied with the speed of my recovery, the great work, and all of the staff.
Excellent back country style cajun food. He loves the spicy spam mac and bobo. And my favorite is the the blackened catfish or oysters. Super appetizers and lots of main dishes - the food is always great. The desserts are wonderful. Yes, the menu hasn't changed - but that's part of what we like best about it. Our favorites are always there and once in awhile, we try what will usually become a new favorite..
It is definitely quirky and some of the waiters a bit odd. It's loud and it's fun. Kids are continually amazed by the foil wrapped leftovers - and that's who these are really for.
If you are looking for some place different, and don't mind bustle and noise, the place is great.
CONS: Opens pretty late for us (6) , since we live out of town.
Excellent fried chicken here, along with a variety other favorites. The setting is an old log cabin in a very small town with rustic furnishings and old logging photos and paraphernalia. Definitely a family place. When they have it, the huckleberry pie is awesome.Several miles out of Hood River & White Salmon/Bingen on a scenic road that goes on from here to Trout Lake and Mt Adams. Nice views of the White Salmon River, orchards, evergreen forest, and pastures.
This restaurant is located in the lobby of a remodeled, quaint hotel. They have inside dining or tables along the street. The food is quite nice - a wide variety of northwest type cuisine and frequently some very interesting specials. Several local beers and wines to choose from.
Parking may be an issue here. It's in a popular area of downtown where it's hard to find a spot.
They have a ton of new age books - things like self-healing and psychology. Along with a great supply of all sorts of other genres. A really good travel section and a nice kids book area. A few local specialties scattered throughout.
G Willikers is filled with toys, games, educational items, puzzles, stuffed toys, and books. Two floors of adventure and so much to see. They have a lot of well-made toys and a good selection of the popular items. Parking can be a problem in the summer and weekends, because it is downtown. But well worth wandering in if you are looking for that special gift for someone or something unique for yourself.
A fun store with tons and tons of used books and arms full of little toys and signs and jokes. It is packed to the rafters with all sorts of books and they also take in used for which you can get credit.
This store carries a wide variety of both new and used books. It's not huge, but it has a great assortment. Even better, the proprieter is more than willing to help you pick out books and make recommendations. They take in used books, but if they can't use them (for example they are in poor condition or they already have too many), you can donate them to a community shelf where they are sold for low prices and all proceeds go to the local school. It's in a great location and has a very relaxed atmosphere.
Tim's is the old fashioned family type pharmacy. They know who you are and treat you well. They help you get your issues resolved rather than dump them on you. They take that extra effort to ensure you are satisfied. And in addition to the pharmacy, the place is filled with great gift ideas. Definitely much better than any big box pharmacy in so many ways. Clean, efficient, and friendly.
This place is ... tiny. But packed. Because they have awesome food and great service. The breakfasts are enormous. And, if you love the heat, go for the vegetarian green chili. They'll slop it all over your breakfast. Fabulous.