If you time it just right, before the Boeing crowd or after, then you'll have your sandwich in no time. They are really good sandwiches and the soup is pretty good too. Everything is made fresh and served nicely. There's plenty of seating and that's good because they are always crowded. If you're looking for a better deli sandwich, I'd recommend it.
This is the quickest ever little grocery store. It's the perfect stop for a soft drink or sports drink on the run. The people are always friendly and the prices don't feel like highway robbery. If you're on the road out there and are thinking about stopping, go ahead - it's safe.
I bought my husband golf lessons here for his birthday one year. He really enjoyed them and the pro that he was assigned to. He even goes back for a "tune-up" every now and then. they keep improving the course a little more each year. Last year, I bought him a few little items in the pro shop. It's a good place for small gift ideas and priced right.
I like golfing at Druids. It's a course I can do in an evening before dark, without a cart. They're really good about letting us take younger golfers on the course with us. They offer a deal in the summertime for after 6pm tee time. The burgers are really good if you have some time to wait until you start. Very reasonably priced.
I like the covered area for driving but I like that it's on the ground. It's a more realistic feel of the distance I'm driving than when I'm hitting from an elevated platform. The people who work there are pleasant and the price for a bucket of balls make for inexpensive entertainment.
I bought my clubs here. The price was good and they were very helpful. Since I'm tall and strong, they recommended Senior clubs instead of ladies clubs for me and I love them. They were also helpful to me when I was shopping for a gift for my husband. The prices were right.
The indoor arena and pizza place are definately world class. They have some really nice outdoor lighted fields and stadium seating as well as several typical grass fields. They've removed the softball fields which was a really, really dumb move. But apparently they make more off of soccer and they do soccer really well. The parking is bad - very bad, and you always have to pay to park or buy a season pass. So it' isn't worth just dropping in to watch good soccer if your kid isn't playing.
This Joe's has everything you could want for any sport you do. (Almost) and is always stocked well with what is in season. They rent mountain bikes and ski equipment. The two downfalls are that I'm always frustrated by their lack of service. Only in shoes where I swear they're on commission, do you get any help. The prices are always higher than anywhere else. So what are the good parts? Convenience and choice.
Metro gym has always put out a pretty good boys team. That's really hard to find. They tend to hire Russian and Ukraine coaches who know quite a bit about the technique of the sport. There's a little lost in translation, though. But the boys learn the sport and do well at competition.
Summit is a good place to start off your little gymnast. The owner, Debbie cares about the kids alot. They are her passion. The business side of things is pretty loose. They're bad about keeping track of payments and lesson times. But the little ones have a really good time and it's a good place to determine if gymnastics is for your child or not.