You'll be sorely disappointed if you go to Little Daddy's expecting the Greek food and high quality of Big Daddy's Parthenon.
The service was poor, the restaurant is small and was not clean on our single visit and overall we were not happy with the quality of the food. We will not go back.
CONS: Poor srvice; low quality.
New Seole is a very different kind of restaurant. They offer a unique dining experience. there are small rooms where you can eat sitting on cushions and select tables in the restaurant have table-top BBQ's so your food can be freshly grilled in front of you. They have a host of unique side dishes and a long list of sushi.
PROS: The cure for boredom.
My family has seen Dr. Sack (and Title) since we were very small kids. My mom still sees Dr. Sack and he is able to give her the personal attention she needs for her severe arthritis problem. He truly cares about her needs and if he can't do something for her, he finds a specialist who can get it done.
The nurses have always been very personable as well.
Looking for a classic style barber in today's fast times? look no futher than Eugenio's in Livonia Mall. This place has been in business as long as I can remember. My sisters and I watched my Dad get his hair cut MANY times here over the years. The barbers always treated us well, too and kept suckers on hand to keep us busy.
The only drawback is the location as Livonia Mall seems to be phasing out with a lot of closed stores.
Milford's Mane Care is the place to go in town for the latest syles and cuts. We used it for a wedding and they did a great job fitting all of us in on the same day and they were able to give everybody the look they were going for. We especially liked how they did the updo's and styled our hair.
PROS: The latest styles and cuts.
I am a big fan of Bath and Body Works. I have been shopping there for more than 10 years now and am a loyal customer. I am in love with the Sun-ripened Raspberry products.
They have sales every now and then where you can get 3 for $10 and stuff like that, which is a good time to stock up.
The staff has always been cheerful and helpful. they will gladly search the back room to find a product I am looking for and they will help put together nice little gift baskets too.
This store pretty much covers all your party needs..birthdays, retirements, summer luaus, picnics, weddings and more. From kids to 'adult' themes, they have it all.
The store has some unique items as well as cards, wrapping paper, pinatas, candy and other fillers, etc.
Also a good place to find an unusual Halloween costume.
I wouldn't recommend Primerica because of it's business base which operates as a pyramid. they recruit people to sell insurance to people in their own homes and charge potential employees to get their licences and training before they begin working. The promise is a get rich quick scheme with the notion that you will recruit more people under you.
They don't offer any leads either, you have to badger your own friends and family to sell to.
Panera Bread is more than a coffee shop and more than soups and sandwiches. Their baked goods are quite good. They have yummy brownies that are really thick and fudgy. Their cookies and danish are a big hit with my kids. And who could forget their fresh bagels and bread varieties.
They are usually pretty clean, though they get very busy during the lunch hours. The lines can get kind of long, but they move quickly and if you just want a bakery item, there is usually a separate line for that.
I interviewed to work at this daycare, but I would not recommend sending your kids there. The owner seems dedicated to keep her families at all costs and says they are very important to her, so maybe she is offering something I'm not aware of though.
I wasn't impressed by their organizational skills, their interviewing skills or their friendliness. She told me outright that they do not allow sick days. OK, so what happens when my kid gets sick? She told me "that's what Dad's are for!" She said I could not bring my kids if they were sick and I could not call in either.
The other thing that bothered me is that she said she hates to see kids scribbling on paper because it is just waste of paper. I have never heard this kind of garbage before. You can get local companies to donate paper if that is an issue, but those scribbles are the building blocks for drawing and the more they practice at it the better they will get. It teaches them hand-eye coordination and pencil grip as well.
I did not get a good feel from this center or the owner.