Love the yogurt! Love the concept! Not sure how you rate service for a place that only rings up your purchase, but the place is typically clean and stocked. I am a little put off by tip jars for cashiers who do not get your yogurt for you.
A minor accident almost doubled our rates - even though we had a spotless record with Wawanesa for about 10 years. The phone rep then told us "Good luck getting a better rate somewhere else!" I'm happy to say that I did. The original low rates were nice, but the customer service was terrible!!
In another incident, ANOTHER driver hit me and the Wawanesa rep asked me if I was going to call the other insurance company and take care of it myself! Sometimes saving money is NOT worth the cost of service.
After having another insurance company for over 10 years, one MINOR accident doubled our rates because the payout was less than $100 over the $1,000 cutoff (that we didn't know about). That insurance agency then told us "good luck finding someone who will give you better rates."
Guess what? Not only did we find better rates with Ryan, we also got MUCH BETTER service. Ryan worked with our needs and budgets and helped us get the best plans for us.
So excited to find another Hash House in Vegas. This one is in the Imperial Palace of all places. The food is just as amazing as the original Hash Hash in San Diego and the other Vegas Hash House. TONS of great food. My recommendation is to go for breakfast - Snickers flapjacks are great. If you 're a biscuit fan, make sure you get hash or eggs or something that comes with a biscuit ... and be sure to use their homemade jam.
The nice thing about this location (other than its easy access for anyone staying on or near the Strip) is that it is probably bigger than the other 2 Hash Houses put together. No wait! Yay!
This small theater can easier be overlooked, but the performances are always worth seeing. Many times the plays are offbeat and many times have LGBT themes, but always well done. The volunteers are very helpful and friendly too. If you want to support the local arts, you should come to the Diversionary.
If you need a therapist who not only listens to you, but also knows when you are trying to avoid a topic that needs to be discussed, you should see Sue Rose. She has helped me make amazing progress with my minor social anxiety and depression. She also helps me deal with the little bumps that life brings my way.
Recommended by a friend, my partner and I went to see Mary after getting an extremely high quote and some misinformation from another attorney in La Jolla. (I felt like I was paying for his office location.) Mary gave us the correct information we needed, did not charge an outrageous fee, and drafted our wills, power of attorney, and trusts. Mary knows what she is talking about and doesn't need to charge tons of money or have an office overlooking La Jolla to prove it. I highly recommend Mary!
I used to do my taxes by myself, but then my returns got complicated. California changed its tax laws regarding domestic partnerships one year. A couple of years later, I started my own business. I was so glad that I went to see Ron. He understood the tax laws of the state and the federal government - even regarding the ever changing rules on same-sex couples. Ron also helped me determine the percentages I should be paying quarterly now that I work for myself. I highly recommend Ron - especially to the LGBT community.
If you are looking for good Baja lobster, but don't want to cross the border, go to Ortega's in Hillcrest. Yes, it will cost you more than in Mexico, but it's the closest you can get without crossing the border.
This restaurant is small, but what it lacks in size is made up for in taste and service. The servers are all very friendly and it is very common for one of the owners to stop by your table to ensure that you are enjoying your meal. The food has a nice kick and tastes VERY good. On some weekends you can sample some desserts that take several days to prepare and taste sunfully good.