Dr. Miller is a solid doctor. I saw him when I began having odd symptoms that my primary care physician could not explain. He took more time than any other doctor that I have ever seen when gathering my history and he also conducted a rather lengthy exam. He explained everything along the way, sharing his thoughts and suspicions on my condition. He struck me as being very thorough and he had a pleasant manner that put me at ease. His office staff was not the most professional or friendly, but not horrible.
Crafts and Creations is a surprising little store. They carry the typical Hallmark stuff, as well as a wide variety of gifts, and craft supplies. For a small place, they really have a great selection. I have found items in their craft department that I could not find at much larger stores. The variety is great and the staff is very friendly. A bonus at this place is the selection of caramels that they have by the check out; they are delicious and well worth the price.
We saw Dr. Lillie for allergy testing on my then 2 year old daughter. She was fine - she seemed to cover all the bases and she was informative, but her manner seemed a little brusque. We did not see her again after the initial visit because the wait was too lengthy to get an appointment with her. This leads me to believe that perhaps we saw her on an off day or witnessed an isolated incident as she is obviously a popular doctor. On subsequent visits we saw her PA. She administered an oral food challenge, which our daughter failed, to the surprise of everyone. We were sent on our way with a prescription for an Epipen and that was it. Perhaps it was our responsibility to ask for more but we were too exhausted from the experience and stunned by the outcome to think of it at the moment. In this situation, it seems that at the very least they would provide some hand outs with information and advice as a food allergy requires a fairly major lifestyle change. The office staff is not very friendly, bordering on unpleasant. We have since switched allergists and encountered two others at our current physician's office that have also switched from Dr. Lillie's office. They also cited the office staff as a reason for leaving, so it was not just us.
Jason seems to be very competent in his profession. He is knowledgeable and he is very personable, which is great because it puts his patients at ease. He seems to strike a nice balance between being aggressive and taking the "wait and see" approach.
I wish I could make a statement as the quality of the work that Baughman's does, but I cannot. We scheduled them to come out and seal our driveway. When we arrived home in the evening of the appointed day, our driveway had not been done. It did not take long to realize that they mistakenly did our neighbor's driveway instead. It is puzzling how this could have occurred since both of our houses have the numbers very clearly marked on both the houses and the mailboxes. When we called we were told that they would come out and do our house two days later. Once again we prepared for it but they failed to show and never bothered to call. I would not recommend these people; clearly they have no respect for their customer's time. If I could give them zero stars, I would.
Niagara Produce is a great place to go for your fresh foods. The produce is usually in great shape and they have quite a variety, with prices that are very competitive. They carry a wide selection of meats as well, but we have never purchased any of them.
Knead the Dough is a great place for lunch. The bread is delicious, as are the sandwiches that they make with it. The grilled cheese is a decadent treat. We also enjoy the veggie quesadilla. The variety of soups that we have eaten have all been quite good, and the broccoli salad is wonderful. They also offer daily specials that are worth trying out. The prices are more than fair for that food that you get from this eatery.
The Village diner is everything that one expects from a small town village diner. The food is simple and good, the menu is somewhat varied, and the prices are great. We usually go for breakfast, which I recommend. The service is quick and friendly and the view of the yacht club and river is quite nice.
Yellowfin has an incredible view on the water so it is a shame that the food does not live up the setting. We have eaten the scallops, shrimp scampi, and steak on our visits. While they were all good, they fell a bit short. For their prices, the dish should be more memorable. The steak was quite good though. On one occasion we ordered the creme brulee, which was okay but the sugar crust was so thick that it was actually difficult to get into it and the sugar tasted quite burned. That said, this place knows how to do a happy hour. My one experience there for happy hour far surpassed my dinner experiences.
Our experiences have been mostly positive at The Grill. The food is usually very good. The craison chicken salad is wonderful, as are the burgers which are large and juicy. Both of these are favorites. My husband has also enjoyed the salmon dishes that he has ordered. The spiced tea is what really keeps me coming back. It is delicious iced and when it is cold out, the hot version is just as good. I could drink this stuff by the gallon! The service is usually good, though occasionally it can be a bit slow.