Great selection of pastas, salads, and specialty dishes. Food is always fresh. Prices are reasonable. And its casual atmosphere makes it family friendly. Small parking lot in the back is a plus.
Sad they aren't open on Sundays and Mondays, since those are the days I seem to have cravings for Rocco's.
Great pizza. We also enjoy their rolls and patties. The food is always hot and fresh. The owner is very friendly and always has time for to say hello...even if you are just walking past the store.
I've ordered from the location five times. Each time I ordered online and used the online tracking system while waiting for my order. Food arrives hot, and tastes fine (standard Dominos). Twice the order took about an hour. Both times the delivery person was apologetic, and one even told me that they were short a delivery person. Apparently they hire kids and sometimes they don't show up to work.
The store is always packed with people...some making purchases, some seeking services (repairs, training), and others just hanging out.
If you are looking to make a purchase or want some quality time with a store rep, I highly recommend you make a One-to-One or Personal Shopping reservation...this way you don't need to look for an available store rep to help you. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable.
Service isn't very consistent. I have had a few good experiences with them, but twice they left me waiting. Both times I called to find out if the car was on the way, they said 5 minutes. 15 minutes later, I call again and they still said in 5 minutes. After waiting almost 30 minutes, I just took train to my destination. If you don't have a car available, just say so...please don't waste my time!
Typical post office...always a long line. The good thing is, they have a self-service machine (send packages, buy stamps), which never has a wait.
Lines are always long, no matter what time of day. Every time I've been there, only one or two windows open while the line is out the door. They could really use one of those self-service machines. When I asked why they didn't have one, the staff said they used to have one, but people couldn't follow the directions on the screen and it kept breaking down.
Also used this location for passports...be sure to make an appointment and show up at the time assigned.
The location is convenient, maybe that is why it is always crowded. They have a good number of treadmills, stationary bikes and elliptical machines. They also have all the basic weight machines.
The pool is average clean like a regular public pool. I think it would be more appealing if they invested in some good lighting...the pool area is very dark and dingy looking.
Locker rooms are very stinky. I know locker rooms all have some degree of stinkage, but you would think they could clean the inside of the lockers and floors every once in a while...and invest in lysol spray.
I joined Curves out of convenience, since there aren't any other gyms within walking distance. My biggest complaint is the hours. They close for a few hours in the middle of the day, don't have late night hours, and aren't open on Saturdays. Not convenient at all.
The gym itself is okay. The circuit system makes the 30 minute workout go by fast.
The staff is okay too. When you first join they offer to show you how to use the equipment. After that you are pretty much on your own.
Visitors are grouped and walk together through the farm with a guide. You can get up close to animals...enter the pens to pet and feed them, pickup and hold smaller animals like chicks, milk a cow.
We went in October and there were hay rides and pumpkin picking. The pumpkin picking was a bit disappointing...piles of small pumpkins in an area of the parking lot.