I used to go here when I danced and figure skated. They have lots of dance shoes, leotards, etc. The selection isn't particularly amazing and the staff sometimes don't seem like they know what they are talking about, but the prices are pretty good.
I'm not that much of a golfer but I only hear great things about them! I've been there a couple of times and people I have gone with have never had a problem finding what they needed. Staff is very helpful and knowledgeable and the selection is large and organized.
This is not the typical Americanized Chinese, but is more authentic than most places. The food is good, portions huge, and prices are pretty good. They do have the normal types of chinese food, but they also offer more exotic foods, like pigeon.
Typical pho place. Definitely not the best but it's okay. The location is really small and there's lots of plants. Service isn't bad. It's one of the few pho places in the area, though.
This Chinese restaurant is pretty typical. The owners are Vietnamese so there is a bit of a vietnamese kick rather than being authentic Chinese food (but there's not many authentic Chinese places). I usually order to-go, but the location is big and there always seems to be space.
The sandwiches are huge and they taste really good! This NYD#2 is down the street from a larger New York Deli restaurant. I don't really know why they have two down the street from each other but I know if you are picking up orders or catering, you usually get it from this one. This one is more hidden and smaller so less people tend to go here unless they are picking up food.
The sandwiches here are amazing! This place is family-owned and the service is friendly and quick. The place is large and I never had to wait to get a table. The sandwiches are fairly simple but there is something about them that make them irresistible. There is a New York Deli #2 down the street...
Shinsengumi anything is good. This is their shabu-shabu restaurant. Before Shinsengumi Shabu Shabu opened, there used to be a different shabu shabu place that didn't do so well. This shinsengumi has great shabu shabu and always is busy! The service is great and the wait is never too long. The selection is good and the prices are pretty good.
This shinsengumi is in Pacific Square's Marukai. It's kind of hidden in the small food court inside of the actual market. There is only seating at the bar and there are some tables close by but seating is not to be found on busy days or times. The ramen here is just as good as ramen at any Shinsengumi shop.
This is the only place I've had Peruvian food, but it is so good I keep going back! I think it's the only Peruvian place in the area. Portions are large and everything is so delicious! They have a great selection too. The size of the location is pretty large but it's also fairly popular so sometimes there is a short wait.