Enterprise Rent a Car/Truck
Courteous service in the truck rental department but just be careful to pay attention to your P's and Q's and cross your T's. Otherwise, you may find yourself paying more than expected. They will charge you a full hour extra if you're late. If you are a minute over the next hour, another full hour will be charged $19.95 for each hour. Make sure you return the vehicle well within the hour to allow yourself enough time to check the vehicle in and get your mileage posted into their computers. In other words, it's not the time you bring the vehicle back, it's the time they get around to checking you in. So do your best to avoid any unpleasant surprises. You will not have much success justifying your case. All in all it was as good as any other this type establishment and perhaps a little better deal on mileage rate but then again their daily rate is higher so it works out pretty even. Trucks are in good condition overall. I've seen some car rental places that were all cold and downright rude, however that was not the case at this Enterprise. People were polite and efficient. Would go back to them. Now just more prepared than before...to mind my P's and Q's and cross my T's.
Plenty of seating but that doesn't necessarily mean you'll get a place to sit. You can always order to go. Lots of items to choose from to satisfy a craving for Mexican food. When ordering pescado, you get to see pearly eyes staring up while taking a forkful from its tasty middle. Wouldn't think it out of my way to run in to grab a rum raisin paleta which took care of dessert and a drink. Where else can you get a rum raisin paleta?
Stop by on occasion when a craving for Mexican food strikes. Nice when you don't have to drive too far to get what others would drive all day for. What makes it even nicer is the prices are very reasonable so what you may have spent on gas you saved on food.
Very typical as far as a quick place to pick up a snack, soda or brew. Most of the time it's to play the lottery. The owner greets me instead of ignoring me even though I don't actually make a purchase. We'll become good friends if I win the lottery. Like how the lottery setup is right near the doorway.
Initially stopped in as a lark to check out what's behind the screen door . The outside didn't give me a hint on what to expect. Walking in you sense you may have just been transported and landed in a modge podge of oriental delights. From Thai treats to China tea and everything in between very likely will be discovered as you walk through the narrow aisles glancing over a variety of unique items catering to the Asian palette. Since I am not that acquainted with cooking with these ingredients, had a sense of being out of the loop thinking it be neat to come back more armed with some ideas of recipes that ask for coconut cream, fish oil and miso.
They have one counter at one end featuring the fresh catch of the day and the other end of the store has freshly baked bread, apple and pineapple turnovers along with Asian sweet breads. While on my way out I noticed there was flan in the fridge which seemed a little out of place The golden color and texture was perfect, and after tasting it thought it was one of the most delicious flans ever. Went back several times through the last few years just for the flan. When I first started the price was $3.00, then went up another dollar and then another dollar so now it sells at $6.00. Sure the price of eggs have gone up, but knowing how the flan flies off the shelves, they pretty much found the price that people will pay. After all it's the best flan anywhere!
We stopped here after an afternoon of tennis at the nearby tennis club. We were all famished and this place satisfied our appetites with very delicious Mexican food. The salsas were good and hot just the way we like it. Picked up on more an authentic flavor than most places that claim to offer Mexican. Looks like they're the real thing. Especially, when you see Menudo, Pesole, Barbacoa on the menu which is offered on weekends for the most part. Even though it was our first visit, I'm guessing no one is ever disappointed no matter what they order. It's a little place with some outdoor seating so our party of six ate outside. Indoors was snug but a bit stuffy. However, the service was relaxed and pleasant enough. They were busy even at 3:00 in the afternoon which for a lot of places is slower. Later in mentioning we had lunch at La Rana, a friend shared that they have been going there for years with his wife and kids. They drive from San Clemente just to make a point to eat there. After eating there, I can see why. To me the prices are a little higher than I'm use to paying for great Mexican food because we know some of the hole-in-the wall places that you find much lower prices. But considering the area, you have to expect the prices to be pricey. Refreshing Mexican beverages, domestic and imported beer served. Kids menu too. For those wondering how authentic, they serve a Huitlacoche hechas a mano quesadilla.
Usually turns out to be a positive dining experience. However, on occasion the steak isn't done to specificity, but you get that even in the fancier places. You can enjoy some fair dining which is a relief when you don't feel like cooking at home, especially during those hot summer days. Actually, for the most part, it's almost as good as whatever you can whip up at home without all the trouble. Just expect to spend a little more, but you'll save on gas since the next nearest steak place almost twenty miles away.
Seems the only cafe in town or vicinity, but you can still consider yourself fortunate rather you are from the area or just passing through and happen upon this place. Besides home style meals and desserts, you can expect a pretty good pizza too.
Really a benefit to have somewhere to go to get supplies for farming and building without having to make a huge trip to Alston. Always helpful and friendly going out of their way to be of service. No need to go anywhere else, unless, of course you feel for a nice country drive.
This is the closest place to get your groceries living in the proximity of Covington and Watton for a quick run even while taking into consideration up to a ten to fifteen mile trip plus drive to the grocery store from any direction. Make sure to pull your list together beforehand so you don't find yourself having to go back and fetch something you've forgotten. If you are traveling through and find yourself in the vicinity of M28, it would be worth your while to make a point to stop in since it'll be awhile before another market comes along right off the highway. Expect a little higher prices since there is not really any competition. Many residence usually plan on heading to the larger towns and cities on occasion to load up their carts to save money overall on the monthly grocery bill. However, it's always a pleasure coming in where for the most part you'll find what you're looking for. Whenever stopping by, it's always nice to see the helpful staff and maybe catch up on a little gossip, but I'll never tell. ;)