This is a great vet... they really seem to care a lot for the animals. Sometimes the wait can be long, especially on the weekend, but when your turn comes up, you can count on getting all the attention and help you need.
They have a good selection of perscription pet food as well.
The library is very open and airy, with lots of places to pull up a chair and read or work. Book selection is good, but the media (CD and movies) selection is rather small.
This is one of the smokiest, crowdest dives I've ever been to. Even the open-air patio reeks of smoke. The food is cheep and not too bad, but its not worth suffering the atmosphere to get it.
Its worth going to Pastas just to fill up on their plentiful "garlic knots." We never leave hungry and often are almost too full to leave at all. The deserts are definitely the low point, but you probably won't even want to think about them.
Food is a bit pricey unless you bring in one of their easily-accessible coupons. There's a nice patio weather permitting.
This isn't a chain restaurant so it has a nice family-run feeling about it.
PROS: Entirely non-smoking some days
CONS: Service can sometimes be very slow.
This is a good social sports bar featuring a dozen or so very cool flat-screen TVs showing several sports stations at once. Good beer selection and nice wait staff. Only thing keeping it from getting five stars is that its non-smoking area isn't very segregated from the smoking area and its impossible to leave without reeking of smoke.
The staff is friendly, the service prompt. The food is plentiful and rather good, especially considering the cheap menu prices. Plus, there's the country store to browse while waiting for your table--much better than trying to stand out of the way in a crowded entry area!
This was a fantastic condo! The room we had was much larger than the equivelent class rooms elsewhere. The event coordinator was very friendly and helpful and we felt right at home immediately.