With its popular, high-quality accredited pre-school through K school, summer day camps for many ages, active theater program, spectacular new fitness facility and variety of senior citizen programs, the "JCC" or the ?J,? as it?s popularly known, is at the heart of Dallas' Jewish community. A variety of classes for members and non-members. Visit online at www.jccdallas.org or call 214-739-2737 for more information.
PROS: Programs for all ages. Excellent facility & great location.
Look for excellent prices on fresh produce that's attractively displayed in this larger, newer Fiesta location. It?s Spring Valley and Coit location make it convenient to many neighborhoods and businesses. And the great produce prices do make it worth going out of your way. Also convenient place to pay utility bills, buy money orders, etc. with small fee.
PROS: Great prices on produce.
This location is bustling at all times. In addition to neighborhood shoppers looking for a nice collection of Latino-geared items, the fresh produce prices attract many. You really, really need to have patience to park, shop and check out here. Sometimes it?s even difficult getting through the aisles. Not a good place to ?run in? for 1 or 2 items. Also a good location for paying utility bills, if you have plenty of time to stand in line.
PROS: Great produce prices.
CONS: Crowded most of the time, so be patient.
Ilene Smoger, the owner, is remarkably cheap and doesn't like to spend a cent on repairs and maintenance, and will evict in a hearbeat, regardless of circumstances. Won't repair doorbell, air conditioning, holes in the ceiling window screens, foundation, and won't treat for TERMITES! Property infested with rats.
CONS: Ilene Smoger, owner, won't spend a dime on repairs.
Family ownership can usually be counted on to keep a restaurant on its toes, and Fernando's is no exception. Say ?hello? to Fernando himself. Excellent menu, wonderful food, pleasant atmosphere and fine service with the white tablecloth touch. Neat neighborhood location at Northeast corner of Midway and W. Northwest Highway.
PROS: Convenient location. Great menu.
My granddaughter is fortunate to attend Arthur Kramer Elementary, and she loves it. The faculty is of the highest caliber, the facilities are excellent, the neighborhood support is warm and visible. While public schools in general have taken a beating over the past few decades, this school remains the place children and parents alike want to be, and it stands with the highest integrity. Quality, convenient after-school programs available.
PROS: Great neighborhood location, terrific faculty & wonderful reputation.
For so many decades, Golden Acres has taken care of generations of Dallas' seniors, and has also cared for disabled individuals who simply didn't qualify to live elsewhere.
PROS: Wonderful care, professional, experienced staff.
Such a delightful, convenient way to travel out of Dallas if you're lucky enough to be going where Southwest Airlines flies. Easy, close in parking, automatic sidewalks, good choice of snacks or light meals.
PROS: Easy access from parking, conviently located
Friends took me there when I was in downtown Ft. Worth, and I loved it and can't wait to go back. It's worth the drive from Dallas for their traditional Tex-Mex lunch specials.
PROS: Fabulous Tex-Mex food.
From the moment you walk through the massive, heavy wooden doors, you know you're surrounded by the highest quality furniture in a beautiful, sensibly laid-out showroom. Pricey, and worth it. In-house financing available.
PROS: Beautiful, upscale furniture.