This place is a happenin bar/pool hall to hang out with among friends, but I just couldn't get over the smoke problem when I was there. They may have changed their policy since, but for a while smoking was allowed and I smelled awful after leaving. On the bright side they do have nice pool tables and dart boards. Still, I don't think I could recommend this place to any of my friends.
One year for Christmas, I bought my mom a gift from this store and stumbled on a quaint and enjoyable shop with crafts, furniture, and cute miscellaneous nic-nacks for many occasions. It is especially nice around the holidays when the store is stocked with seasonal goodies. I would only change the prices if I could -- things were a bit pricey.
This place is probably the most amazing gym I have ever seen, though you do pay for it. All of the equipment is state-of-the-art and beautifully maintained. The showers even have their own shampoo and conditioner and bodywash dispensers. The gymnasium and affiliated facilities are top notch as well. It's worth it to spring for a locker to get ready there in the morning after a workout.
It isn't the nicest gym ever, but it certainly does get the job done. I'm very impressed with the three month special they had a while ago. I only wanted a summer membership and for $99 it was mine. They also give you a free session with a personal trainer to go over a personalized routine and talk about nutrition. There's also a snack bar and television to socialize when you feel the need.
Sean Turner works here and I happen to know that he is an excellent personal trainer. He works with kids and adults, males and females. He certainly takes his work seriously, but doesn't take himself too seriously. He motivates me to want to live a healthier lifestyle and exercise more and that seems to me to be one of the most important factors in choosing a personal trainer.
This place does have everything. I have a good friend who works in there and she doesn't like it so much as a place to work, but it certainly has everything you need as a customer. I've gotten shoes there before, a racquetball racket, a sleeping bag. For everything from camping to sports and apparel, this is the place.
This place has everything from miniature golf, to go carts, to bumper boats, to batting cages, to an arcade complete with air hockey. The prices are reasonable and there is a restaurant inside. It's a fun place to take a date or to take the family for some good old fashioned fun.
I think the thing I like most about this store is the bargain table they always have out front right by the movie theater. They have books for rediculously low prices. The store is nice inside and their music section is one of the better ones I have seen in a bookstore, with an impressive collection of classical music and other styles more difficult to find.
I'm pretty impressed with this particular store. I enjoy the general layout, which lends itself to browsing and presents a low pressure environment. I would appreciate some more seats, but everything else is top notch. They also have events there every once in a while, which is fun change of pace.
This really is a supercenter -- one of the largest auto parts stores I have ever seen. The store is clean and new looking, but it doesn't quite have as friendly of an atmosphere as say Kragen Auto Parts on Lyons Ave. Still, they have a very wide selection and decent prices. Not a bad bet if you live in Canyon Country.