I feel sorry for this ECS because it's virtually next door to JJ, who seem to have a larger crowd. People should know that ECS is so much better, healthier and better priced. They use fresh ingredients and include healthy additives upon request. Their staff knows what to ask to find what you really need to include in your drink, instead of the "do you want a boost?" They are so much more real.
I always go in with the intention of getting an appetizer and a drink with a friend and end up ordering dinner. The prime rib is the best on the menu and my friend always orders fish. We both go away full and happy. The servers are all very good at what they do. The price is good for the good quality of food.
This is a fun restaurant to take the family if you think of yourself as "folk". The country music and peanut shells on the floor makes it just as fun as getting your hamburger served on a hub cap. The dinner rolls just keep coming and they are a meal in themselves! The campfire chicken is my favorite item on the menu but the rest of the family likes the ribs. The prices are very, very reasonable.
My daughter took me here for lunch and it was very good. I like the specialty written on the chalkboard and it was so good. That day it was spinach quiche. They were very busy but didn't rush us for the table. The food was just delicious and the whole room looked so pretty. It was a little noisy to visit and the price was good.
I come from out of town to visit family and always make a stop by Kaufman's. I'm 6'7" and hard to find casual clothes. Kaufman's can fit me in dress clothes but lots of people can do that. They have jogging suits, jeans and sweatshirts and wind breakers. Weekend wear. They are high in price but all plus size specialty stores are. They compare to others.
Drews carries quality cowboy boots along with good work boots. But if you need to dress, they have that too. The long time staff (Robert / Lapocca) will help you get exactly what you are looking for. They are also the best place intown for renting tuxedo's for weddings. The prices are higher and you get what you pay for.
This is the best place to find unique gifts! They don't have much in the way of cards, but carry every Knick Knack you could imagine, along with some nice costume jewelry choices. The pharmacy and the little US post office in the back make it a quaint place. The ladies working are nice, but sometimes too preoccupied with displaying, unpacking and dusting to pay attention to the customers. The prices are a little higher than others, but the gifts are just unique enough to make it seem worth it.
All Seasons is one of the only HM stores in town. Having to go into the mall to go there is kind of a pain. But they have all the seasonal hallmark stuff and a good choice of collectibles. The prices are across the board the same as all HM stores. They don't have too many unique gifts and not a large selection of cards. It is a smaller store, but a nice one. Good place for wedding supplies and ordering invitations, though.
Village Cleaners is really good for spring cleaning of comforters, blankets and sleeping bags. I prefer not to leave my expensive clothes with them, though. They reall are good for the big stuff, not the delicates. The price is right for the sleeping bags, too.
Ed Viets has been taking care of our family's chiropractic needs for 30 years. I'm glad he hasn't retired. He will always fit you in when you just need to see him NOW. His rates are good enough that you feel good about following through with the whole treatment. He's good about sending you on to an MD if he thinks it's needed, not so arrogant to think chiropractic care can cure everything.