Depending on the day will determine the overall service. However, based on my experiences, Little John's is a very nice pizza shop. You can sit in an eat. It has a diner-esque appearance. A nice cozy place to sit and eat.
The food isn't too bad. Beware of their chocolate cake! Has an odd taste that resembles that of rum... Their pizza is really good. When they deliver, it gets there pretty quickly.
Would definitely recommend
This is a great store to go to if you are looking for new outfits to turn on your significant other. They have petticoats, mini skirts, a large collection costumes, and boots.
Pros: Excellent collection of erotic clothing
Cassandra's Creations is a very homey, yet respectable business. The hair stylists treat every client with respect and their work shows that they have been trained to the fullest extent in their profession.
This card and balloon store has been in business for 20+ years. The service is excellent. If they do not have something you need, they can direct you to a place that does. In the heart of West Oak Lane, near Cheltenham Mall, this small business is a great place to stop for last minute gifts or surprises for your loved ones.
Will always recommend.
This place has really good food. I was highly surprised that they didn't have dumplings. Aside from that, they have excellent service time.
They make the best shrimp chow mai fun I have ever had in my life.
Pros: Great food, quick pick up time, reasonable prices
Cons: Attitude from cashiers are a bit stand offish.
Would still recommend
Prince Pizza III isn't very different from other pizza places. Some items, like cheese steaks are over priced, the service is slow, even when there is not rush.
I believe they take their time.
I will give it 5 stars because there are tons of things to buy from stickers and buttons to books and posters to jewelry and more. It is a very friendly place in the Gayborhood. My only concern is that they don't have or want to order any bisexual pride flags. Aside from that, it is a wonderful, excellent business.
Webb Cam has anything you might possibly need for photography; film, cameras, lights, paper, you name it. However, in comparison to its competitor, Calumet, it's a tad more expensive. But if you are in the Center City/Chinatown area, it's worth spending the little bit of extra money to get what you need.
Dr. Brown has been my primary care doctor since I was born. I'm 20 years old, but I haven't had the time to switch to a better doctor.
Dr. Brown is very sarcastic and cold. I had to see him within the past year because I got jumped. At the end of the exam, he told me "And next time, don't get jumped." That was one of the most ridiculous comments I ever had any professional tell me.
About a couple years prior, he told me that I should come to my senses and go to the medical field where all the real majors are. [I am a Photography and Digital Arts major]
I do not respect Dr. Brown at all. I've come to him with problems, and he tells me it's just gas and sends me home, instead of telling me what I can do to decrease the amount of gas I have. His intern, Dr. Amanda Pickles, actually told me what to do to help stop some of the pains the gas was giving me.
I wouldn't wish Dr. Brown on to my worse enemies.
A small pizza shop on Chestnut Street. The food is extremely cheap for the quantity of food that you get. It's like the average pizza shop; they have pizza, fries, sodas, ect. It is just really good food and really cheap.
Totally recommend going there.