I just discovered this place a few weeks ago, and it's really cute. The food is awesome too. You should eat on the patio, where they have a fountain and live music on the weekends. The food here is unpretentious and satisfying.
...but the sandwiches at this place make me want to go back to eating meat again after 10 years. I can almost taste the combo of Italian meats and cheeses on garlic bread... oh god... just go here. Trust me.
... but you go here for the low cost tasty Chinese food, not for the ambiance. You can take it to go if you're turned off by the tacky decor. The food will be fresh and ready to eat surprisingly quickly.
...but actually the food here is surprisingly fresh and a good value for the money, especially at lunch. There is a salad bar, sushi, freshly prepared Chinese favorites (as well as some less common stuff) and desserts. I am not a big buffet fan, so if I like it, it must be good.
Don't go anywhere else if you buy men's work pants-- they charge only 14 dollars a pair here! You'll pay twice as much at any department store for the exact same pants!
Everytime I've been in here, I've found merchandise that is way overpriced for what it is. They claim to be offering only the best in used merchandise, but really they are just another thrift store. You are better off going to AmVets.
This place will not only take Fluffy off your hands for a few hours, but she'll come back smelling all nice, will be neatly trimmed, and will have a little bow around her neck. Even if Fluffy is a huge smelly dog with matted fur. A low price to pay for around 50 bucks!
Sure, their burritos may not be that healthy, but that's just the way I like them. Their hot carrots are nice and spicy too! Just make sure they gave you the correct order before you leave!
PROS: Fast, tasty
CONS: Just don't eat it every night
Forget about Mother's Day till the night before? Come here! They've got all kinds of neat gift items here. Even if you don't particularly need anything, it's a great place to come browse and get ideas before you head over to Trader Joe's.
Ok, I admit it... I'm into hippy-dippy holistic herbal 'medicines'. And Jimbo's is my supplier. It's kind of a little oasis of hippified wierdness in Escondido. Aaaaaaah.