Although I prefer Laredos in the Sandy Plains Exchange shopping center, this place isn't bad. The margaritas are good (order a pitcher of the Texas style) and lunch can be an inexpensive filling proposition here.
My husband ordered takeout for us here.The cashew chicken was mostly celery, which he hates. I've gotten things from here since when I was out running errands and haven't had anything I thought was better than okay.
I like the bread they use on the grinders; the hot sandwiches are especially good. But the pizza is much better at LaBella. Sometimes they have good weekday lunch deals here, but if I'm getting pizza to go, I prefer LaBella's.
It's a nice clean store but I don't know why you would shop here when you can compare styles, brands and prices at other running stores close by. Big Peach, Fleet Feet, Phidippides, and Foot Solutions offer the same New Balance models and the prices aren't any cheaper at this store.
It was a nice evening so our group ate outside and we didn't experience the belly dancer or the bug experience. Our food was okay, but rather pricey for what we got and served tepid. There are better Middle Eastern places around and there are better value restaurants on the square.
I've never bought any of the packaged Australian things here, but the meat pies and the dessert pastries are excellent. The staff is friendly. This is a fun place to take people for lunch when you want to shop and "show off" Marietta. If you go on Saturday, you can park at the Cobb government parking garage and walk around the square to the cafe.
These folks are more expensive than Sherlock's, Bullocks, Trader Joes, Total Wine, and Parkaire. The selection is also limited, especially in the case of wines. There are better shops closer to where I live.
It's so close to where I live I sometimes go here for spirits, but unless it's after 10 p.m. there is no reason to go here for wine instead of the Publix in the same shopping center (Sandy Plains Exchange). The wine selection here is actually more limited and more expensive than the Publix.
I really wanted to like this place. But the selection is very limited and the unsmiling employees kept watching me as though they thought I might try to steal something. To be fair since it's so close to Sprayberry High, they may have a problem with underaged people shoplifting. They did have good prices on supermarket quality 1.5L bottles.
This place reminds me of Tasty China in Marietta. Like TC, it is located in a not very picturesque shopping center, offers a tourist menu you should avoid and allows you to BYOB. My favorite thing here is the lamb kabobs--they are spicy and chewy but not leather tough.