Although the manager sleeps with the hostesses, I guess you would have to be really in on the action to know that. I used to work there and the manager and waiting staff is really unprofessional. And there's illegal Mexicans working the bar & grill.
I went to Clark high school and when it came time for me to get my permit, my best friend and I decided to go to this driving school. Of course mostly because it's so convinient since it's right across from school. Mr. Ayala is a really entertaining and fun teacher. His daughter is the secretary in the front and it's just a really nice family owned place. I remember when it came time for me to test drive, I had Mr. Garza and he was one of the funniest men in the entire world!! He kept me really entertained and he told me a lot of jokes while we drove. I definitely recommend this place to anyone who's considering going to a driving school. It's really easy to learn everything especially with a teacher like Mr. Ayala!
My family is from England we call our mother "mum" so when I told the lady on the phone, "Write happy birthday MUM" and "Happy anniversary MUM and dad" on the cakes, all of them turned out wrong. After I had explained to them, please make sure the cake says mum and not MOM since we don't call her that. When I picked up the cake, they showed me it and she asked me if there was anything wrong with it, and I said, "It's supposed to say Mum" - the proof was there on the receipt as well, she asked me if that was a problem. UMMMMMMMM DUH! I just get so upset because it's like spelling Mark - Marc or something like that. Anyways - besides that the cake is really good, we order buttercreame cake with raspberry filling and buttercreame icing.
There isn't much special about it. It's just a nail salon. Most of the technicians in there aren't too friendly either. Otherwise I'd just go to the DeZavala nail salon because it's closer to my house.
I liked Whispering Waters. The one thing I didn't like is that the people really try and sell you what they used on you and pretend like you need it. I had a manicure done, which was really nice and relaxing. The lady told me I would probably need to continue cleaning out my cuticles, getting hand moisturizer (THAT I NEEDED?) and a random shirt. All of it would've cost me like 80 bucks. Besides that it smells wonderful when you enter the place and most of the people are really friendly.
I usually either go to Wal-mart in Clearfield to do my grocery shopping or atleast Bi-lo in Philipsburg, for some reason I hate shopping at your neighborhood market, I just don't ever find what I need. It's so small and there's not much variety.
It's literally near a bunch of green acres, I think that actually experiencing it, is one of the best things about it. I love the food, and the service you get is always good. You always see familiar faces in there, which is probably one of the best things about it!
I loved Jimmy's, it was a fun place to go and it was really cheap for what you got. The atmosphere is just really awesome, and yeah - just go, it's really fun!
When I lived in Houtzdale, my family and I would eat at Lia's every single Friday, so we could have their wonderful Fish and Chips!! :) The owner became a really good friend of the familys, and we had the same exact waitress every single day, I will always remember her. The bread is wonderful, they would always hook us up, we would literally go through 3 loaves of their bread, so they just knew to give us more if we ever carried out!! Definitely eat at Lia's, it's great priced, family owned, and just a wonderful place to eat!!
I would definitely recommend Joey's more then Country Cafe. I've been there a few times, and it just seems like Joey's, except in a completely different part of the town. Joey's was around first, and it's too bad so sad that CC will never be as good as Joey's.