Python Machine Learning. SVM sentiment analysis Yelp reviews

The file http://cse151a.com/data/yelp/train.csv contains 10,000 Yelp reviews along with the score the user left (from 1 to 5, with 5 being the best). In this plus problem, you’ll train an SVM to do sentiment analysis on these reviews and predict the sentiment of an unlabeled piece of text.


Split the data 75%/25% into training and validation sets, encode the training data using a bag of words feature representation, and train a (linear, soft-margin) support vector machine. When training, consider any review with a score or 4 or higher to be a positive review, and anything with a smaller score to be a negative review. Find the value of C that minimizes the error of your classifier on the validation set and make a plot of the validation error as a function of C.

For this part, turn in four things:

1. the value of C that was best,

2. the training and validation error that corresponded to this choice of C,

3. your plot, and

4. your code.

You can use whatever machine learning libraries you like in whatever language you’d like. Note that most languages have libraries which will do the bag-of-words encoding for you. For instance, sklearn has this feature (but I’ll let you Google for it!).

Is the data in train.csv linearly separable? How do you know?

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Rating Review 1 First of all i'm not a big fan of buffet, i tried it because we got a $50 credit for staying here at Monte Carlo in Las Vegas and my friend wanted it so I gave it a chance. Decent taste and There wasn't enough variety of food, service wasn't that great either. so it still doesn't change my mind about buffet. 2 Thanks Yelp. I was looking for the words to describe this place and Meh seems fitting.\n\nPlayboy club is located under Moon at the Palms. We got in for free thanks to the promoter hookup we got. First you can't take glassware from Moon down to Playboy. Security will take your glass and transfer the contents over to a plastic cocktail cup making you feel like you are a four year old when all of the big kids downstairs have real glassware.\n\nThere are a couple of tables here to gamble along with some video poker machines at the bar in the back of the club. The atmosphere here is relaxed and seems to cater to an older (40+) crowd. the bunnies here looked miserable, and complained about working. YOU ARE A PLAYBOY BUNNIE!! For the love of god TRY to be happy!\n\nI wouldn't come back here if I had to pay to get in, Playboy is rather small, though intimate. There is limited seating available here, and little to no dancing. Stick to here if you want to be able to hear your date and have a relaxing time. Go somewhere else if you are looking to party it up. 3 Service was so-so. They were receiving a delivery so that might have to do with it. Food was hot and fresh, but we did not do AYCE. The shrimp tempura was good, but the zucchini was a bit oily. 3 Stamoolis Brothers is one of the Strip District storefronts, specializing in Greek and Mediterranean imports. They have a good selection of olives, a decent cheese selection, a variety of ready-made dips and spreads which are pretty tasty, and some harder-to-find specialty items like rose water, pomegranate molasses, different grinds of bulgur wheat, bulk fava beans, etc. You can also get packaged bulk nuts, dried fruits, etc. When I go in here, it's usually because I'm looking for feta cheese or Greek-style yogurt.\n\nThis place is pretty good. A couple times I've had some problems getting yogurt here, since they have a tendency to keep the yogurt on the shelf until it's almost at its sell-by date, but on the other hand, they have the cheapest price on Fage yogurt that I've seen in town thus far. My mom loves a lot of their dips and spreads, so I get snacks from here a lot when she's in town. The one caution I have (besides the yogurt) is that they sell an inferior brand of canned tomatoes here, which gives off a very strong flavor of metal and ruins your meal. 1 I want to give a 2 stars because the service staff was friendly and good as well as ambience was decent. But we came here for food not to meet the staff. Food was just really mediocre, not even hot. The hashbrowns taste pre-cut and frozen. The \"real maple syrup\" is just a maple syrup blend. I could make a lot better food myself. We had pancakes, bacon, and the wolf pack. All the prices were way too high with food that's more on par with denny's. Would rather IHOP across the street. Unfortunately it looks like another lackluster joint resides here (before nypd pizza). 3 I don't understand all the hype around this place. Yes it was on TV, but so what? \n\nEach time I go I am disappointed by something. For example, the salmon is typically undercooked and lacking seasoning. I love salmon so I tried it a few times hoping it would improve, but it didn't. Last time, instead of salmon I ordered a grilled wedge salad. It was covered in oil which made it inedible. \n\nThey also almost always mess something up in our take out order. Usually it is something small like giving us regular fries instead of garlic fries, but hey, we pay extra for the garlic! It is frustrating. \n\nIn my opinion, the food at the Coffee Shop next door is much better. 2 Two stars for the sandwiches, negative three stars for them never answering their phone. 5 I take my kids here at least two times a week. The staff is sweet and topping selection is awesome! My daughter got the Captain Crunch yogurt and we could not believe how it tasted exactly like the cereal. We love to play with flavor combos every time. 2 So I have been to Hickory Tavern many many times before. I am actually suprised I havent reviewed it until now. The view of the city is incredible and it is conveniently located in the Met, so we usually hit it before a Trader Joe's grocery shopping trip! \n\nUsually my husband and I get the Build Your Own Salads. 6 ingredients for $9. The oriental dressing is amazing and bacon and avocado on a salad is just A-mazing. In addition, I love that Hickory has Red Oak on tap. They have alot of local beers on draft and I love that about a restaurant.\n\nHowever, this review is more specifically directed to a situation we had today for lunch at HT. My husband and I decided to grab our typical BYO salads. I don't know what was going on but it took a long time to get our food. 25-30 minutes to get a salad is kinda crazy (I mean there wasnt even any cooked meat on it.....all raw ingredients!).Our waitress was super sweet though and came by saying that she had no idea why we hadn't gotten our food yet and that it should be there soon. We finally got our salads and dug in.....yummy dressing! However, about half way into the salad, my husband looks up and pulls out a piece of cardboard from his salad. It was about 2 inches by a half inch. Gross. We have both worked in the food industry and know that those boxes are dragged across the floor when being brought in. All I could picture is that nasty cardboard piece being spread across that whole (since the dressing was tossed into the salad). \n\nThe waitress was, once again, very sweet and didnt really know what to do and grabbed her manager. The manager came out and was talking about boxing up the salad to go. I am assuming she was talking about boxing up a new salad and not the one with the cardboard in it....I dont know. She also offered us a free brownie. Honestly, we didnt really want any other food at the time. They did comp his salad (which was very sweet, hence the 2 stars instead of 1) and charged me for mine. It was just kinda weird. I mean she did apologize but it just came across like it wasnt a big deal. \n\nKinda frustrating that we had this happen cause we LOVED going to Hickory Tavern in the past! I'm not sure if we will be back soon, simply cause I keep picturing that nasty piece of cardboard. Plus, there are so many other places to eat in the Met! 1 On 28 June 2013 I checked into the Riviera Hotel and casino until 5 July 2013. After being placed in a downgraded room because my room wasn't available I got settled into room 3533. \nOn 30 June 2013 I went to turn on the floor lamp inside the room and I got a very powerful electric shock. My right hand and arm has very little feeling other than tingling now. I reported the incident immediately to the front desk. A security guard came up to my room and I filed an incident report. She assured me that Risk Management would call me. She took the lamp and told me maintenance would replace the lamp. The lamp wasn't replaced. After going to the ER I was diagnosed with Electric Shock Injury and was told feeling may never come back. I tried calling risk management every day. Finally after 2 days I went to the front desk and demanded to speak to someone regarding my injury. The manager, Debbie, came up and offered to refund my resort fees totaling $115.00 to make up for me losing the feeling in my arm by their faulty equipment in the room. They then upgraded me to the room I was supposed to have the whole time since I paid for an upgraded room. On 4 July 2013 housekeeping came to the room around 11 am. I told her I didn't need housekeeping and she said \"ok\" and walked away. We left the room around 1:00 and returned around 2:30pm. Upon returning to the room none of the 4 keys we had worked. I went down to the front desk and they gave me 4 more keys. I went back to my room and those keys didn't work. I went back down but this time to the bell desk. I explained what happened and how I already got 4 new keys. He said he'd help and he followed me to my room. His key didn't work. He said something had to be wrong with the lock or mechanism so he left and went to engineering. 30 minutes later 2 security guards (1 male in a black suit and the female security who originally took my injury report) arrived at my room. They told me I was locked out of my room because housekeeping came in to clean and saw my BB gun I had in my room. He told me firearms aren't allowed in the building. I had kept my BB gun in my safe which I kept locked. I told the security how I had told housekeeping I didn't need service earlier. I also told him how my BB gun, which isn't a firearm because it does not use combustion to fire a projectile instead uses air, was locked in my safe and asked how the maid saw my gun and also why was she coming back after I told her I didn't want her in my room. He then told me I was to leave the premises and was banned or \"86'd\". It took security an additional 30 minutes to get into my room because the door wasn't unlocking. The security guard kept trying to egg me on and asking \"Do you have a chip on your shoulder?\" \"Are you mad?\" \"Why are you mad?\" He had to be asked to leave by the other security guards because he wouldn't stop egging me on. Once inside I saw my safe had been pried open, my BB gun was sitting on top of the safe and the do not disturb sign that was on the door was sitting next to the safe. All the money I had in the safe was taken. I requested to file a report and I was told Risk Management would call me Monday. They never called. They didn't refund me for my extra night stay. I filed a police report with Las Vegas Metro Police. I will never stay at the Riviera. I will never recommend anyone, not even my worst enemy to stay at the Riviera Hotel and Casino Las Vegas!!\n\nAttached is a video taken while security tried to fix the door the broke.https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151779810399913&l=1311073713539322341 3 I have tried Jimmy John's once before and wasn't impressed by my sandwich. After ordering it along with a group of coworkers and trying something else I must say it has raised the bar for my Jimmy John's experience. Still not my favorite sub place but I definitely love the convenience of delivery when I don't have time to go for lunch. The bread is a little tougher than I prefer sometimes but their avocado spread is pretty tasty! 1 We have been there many times I from 8pm to 11 pm. This is the worst I have ever seen for a restaurant ( Sonic ). SLOW, the girl at the window needed change and the guy was busy on his iPhone looked at her like don't bother me. Took for ever to get 2 Bergers. The owner should take a good look at who is working for him. If this is the best he can do he better look at himself SAD. 4 A must go to for any meal. First off the decor is super trendy and my favorite color...purple! A great place for a date night. My friend and I stopped here after dinner and ordered desert crepes. I had the classic crepe with added strawberries (heaven) and she had the William tell (awesome). I can't say enough about how melt in your mouth these both were. Be aware, they are super sweet and worth sharing. However I found myself finishing off mine and then eating my friends too. The warm, tart apples were perfection paired with the caramel drizzle and my nutella was melted perfectly inside the yummy crepe and strawberries. Complimentary water and or cucumber water is served to wash it all down but next time I'll definitely try the mimosas or one of the many sodas. \nThere is a great selection of dinner crepes too that I'm dying to try! 2 Nothing special. Probably 4 stars if you're drunk late at night. Funny how that improves just about any restaurant. If you're a tourist looking to try a classic Quebec poutine you should look elsewhere for the magical experience. 5 Ok, so I've only been twice now but the service is amazing and better yet, the food is totally on par with my favorite Thai haunt, Komol, or wait for it....even better! I can't wait to keep trying more things on the menu! They have an entire separate vegetarian/vegan menu to explore. I love this place! 3 Happy hour is great here at this restaurant....However you can tell they are part of a big chain working to cut costs where they can.....We tried dinner there last night....The Filet was very dry for med rare ....I have had better on my own grill purchased from a local grocery.....The shrimp cocktail is supposed to be huge shrimp as an appetizer for $17.00 and these were quite small, .the kind you would find commonly anywhere. with no flavor...The single loaf of bread was cold and the outside of it was not crispy....The butter options were good though....My other half enjoyed the salmon and it was cooked perfectly...Overall for the price of dinner, I would not go back....HOWEVER I would do happy hour there again.....The happy hour menu is good and the prices are great.... I DO WANT TO SAY THE STAFF AND MANAGEMENT ARE IMPECCABLE....TRAINED WELL AND GO OUT OF THEIR WAY TO INSURE YOUR EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST IT CAN BE..... 1 Almost $10 for a \"meh\" sandwich and tiny cup of iced tea (that came out of a jug....I saw them refill the \"tea\" machine). I appreciate the effort to have something healthy and organic in a mall food court, but for the price and lack of flavor I'll just go somewhere else. 4 I love this place. The food is great and SUPER healthy. They have tons of vegan and gluten free options. Its great this time of year when you can sit outside and eat. 3 Established in 1958, Los Compadres has been offering Phoenix classic Mexican food at great prices for over 50 years. Here you will find the Mexican food standards tacos, nachos, enchiladas, tamales, burros etc. made fresh to order. In addition, they have egg specialties, salads, charbroiled chicken, and their something different selections... They have 10 combos that include 2-3 items each for under $8 and lighter combos for under $5. Los Compadres is a excellent alternative to the fast food chains claiming to serve Mexican food. Catering services and party trays are also available. Their hours are Monday through Saturday 10:30am to 9pm and Sundays 10:30am to 7:30pm. 2 First, I came here with a coupon from one of those entertainment books my daughter's school sells. Many items were excluded including the lunch specials and the menudo. Apparently, to be truly Mexican you have to enjoy eating a cow's stomach in soup -- menudo. So Eli M. and I vowed to return one day. Ah, yes, I am not even a little Mexican, but suffer from a proclivity to try unusual foods others turn up their noses at. Enter Groupon.\n\nHaving purchased a Groupon that excluded the lunch specials, but not the menudo, Eli M. and I, with some friends in tow, made our return. I told Eli M. that menudo costing less than $7 seemed a little dubious given the extensive perpetuation process he described, but we didn't let a little thing like that deter us. As the menudo was cheaply priced, I also ordered a chorizo burrito a la carte. I was trying to max out the Groupon, and soup, regardless of the contents, didn't seem that filling. Eli M. doesn't eat much and was satisfied with just a medium sized bowl of menudo. In terms of taste however, he said that it was okay. He said it was too greasy, which is what our friends also said of their food. Moreover, they have Pepsi instead of Coke. And the location is a bit out off the quick lunch radius. So, it looks like Eli M. and I will max out at two visits to Susie's. Thanks for the menudo. 2 The menu displayed on urban spoon must be very old. The prizes are higher, than we researched before. Staff is friendly. The soups must be based on an instant brew. I ordered a wantang soup and it was terrible. I could taste the chemical taste of the instant brew. It was very bland. Knowing how good a lotus stem salad usually tastes, I ordered one. Again, I felt like I wasted 10$. The sauce was terribly bland, too sweet and too sour at the same time. Also, they used way too much celery. I was very disappointed and felt like I wasted my time and money. I felt this place was WAAAY to over-prized for what they offer. And I didn't feel that it tasted authentic or refreshing like Vietnamese food usually tastes. The menu was just the same as in Lang Van. I did see Asian people in the restaurant. So, it must be somewhat decent. The food doesn't have a \"restaurant feel\", but more an \"American-Asian fast food feel\".They should restructure the portions and prizing. I will never return. 1 This review is based on the fact that it's in Vegas. My group wanted to go here for lunch. They wanted a light lunch before the buffet we were planning to have later that day. So Sonics was agreed upon (with them.)\n\nI was hesitant to go to a Sonics when we were at Vegas. We could get this anywhere, anytime, so why now? But I agreed, we needed a light lunch and why not have it cheap while at it.\n\nUnfortunately, it wasn't too cheap. You can't just get one of their $1 burgers cuz they're tiny and you'll still be starving afterwards. So I got the large chili cheese fries to split also.\n\nThe burgers... sucked. Even for a dollar, they sucked. Badly. The chili cheese fries... WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYY overly salty. Like, I was tempted to drench it in ketchup to dilute the salt. Horrible. Don't go to Vegas for fast food, if you do, don't go here. There's an In N Out a few miles away... 5 Fabulous! I cannot say how wonderful this little place was.\n\nTucked away in the heart of downtown Phoenix, the Squash Blossom is a little sleepy cafe that serves breakfast and lunch and as of October liquor as well. In the same corridor as the Irish Pub, Squash Blossom has the most simplistic decor and it's just right. Canopies outside shade diners from the AZ sun and for me, the rare AZ rain. \nI order the Turkey BLT with sweet potato fries. My intern ordered the Backyard Bacon Blue Burger with a veggie patty replacement. They were very cooperative with replacing the patty and each our plates came with the most delicious chocolate chip cookie that was oh so very soft and moist.\n\nThe waitress was very nice and attentive. The patio had a small troff of garden veggies outside so you know this place values sustainability. My co-worker ordered the spinach salad to go and when we brought it to her she inhaled it so I think the whole menu is good to go. I cannot wait to go back! 5 I've never met a chile relleno I didn't like, and the one at Taqueria Canonita was especially creative and interesting. The vegetarian entrees at most Mexican restaurants can be dull, but not here. \n\nMy boyfriend and I ordered the chile relleno, served with roasted vegetables and jicama salad, and the wild mushroom enchiladas served with borracho beans and rice. The chile relleno was stuffed with a mixture of dried fruit, almonds, and cheese, and the contrast between sweet and savory was a party in my mouth. The salad was light and the orange dressing was a refreshing surprise. The enchiladas were drenched with a velvety poblano sauce, and combined with the mushrooms, the enchiladas just slid down my throat. The borracho beans were a smoky kidney beans with a hint of chili powder. Oh, and don't skip the chips and fire roasted salsa; it's so good that you'll want to drink it straight from the bowl.\n\nFor dessert, we shared the Ancho Brownie, garnished with pepita ice cream. This ancho infused brownie was ooey, gooey, and very fudgy. \n\nThe ambiance is nice for people watching, and the restaurant's location next to the canal gives the illusion that you are dining outside. It can be a bit noisy, but all in all, I'd eat here again. 4 Cute, quaint coffeehouse with delicious sandwiches, amazing yogurt concoctions. Their sandwiches are stacked high and with the best cuts of meat and vegetables and what not. They make different sandwiches and menu items daily. \n\nI happened upon this place after missing my bus stop one day, and oh boy, it's the best this side of town has to offer. And the owner has been there every time I've stopped in and is so friendly and helpful. It's rare to meet an owner who exceeds customer service expectations, but she does. \n\nIf I lived on this side of town, and was independently wealthy, I'd go there every.single.day.\n\nIt's more business folks and affluent types here, so if you're looking for 20-somethings on their laptops, that's not really the type that frequents curbside. \n\nOh, I've only had their chai lattes, so can't speak to how great the coffee is, but I will update this once I try the coffee. 3 Even though the place is almost empty there are still enough people to watch. I'm going to order the all you can eat pancakes. My wife ordered wings and a house salad. Apparently 7pm is the dinner hour for older Charlotteans. The front of the restaurant was almost full. Service was slow but there were only two servers Matt & Tiffany. Tracey was the night manager. We go there to hang out & kill a few hours so slow service doesn't matter really to us anymore. The thing I really hate is the way that the food is presented. It looks nothing like it does on the menu. 2 We ordered the Spinach Linguini (take out)... this dish was nothing but linguini and a few pieces of spinach and maybe 3 small pieces of chicken. I'm appalled the cost ($13.95) of this dish considering it was only pasta. The only reason this review gets two stars is because the flavor was decent. This is our second time getting ripped off by Times Square! We were willing to give them a second try but regret it. WE WILL NOT BE BACK! 3 I'm trying to decide -- when it comes to pizza, am I a crust person or a topping person? If I am the latter, then I would say that the toppings we tried on three different pizzas were all good but could have been more plentiful. We especially liked the artichoke and olive pizza. Whatever exotic cheeses the chefs put on the pizzas are terrific but are just dotted on. I left the restaurant last night feeling crusty, which is to say I love the wood-fired, slightly burned, soft-on-the-inside crust. So much so that I almost finished off the crust left on my carb-watching daughter's plate. We'll see where things fall in the great crust/topping dilemma next time I visit. 5 Not a bad place to go for a little shopping. I found good deals here. Good customer service. 2 We don't seem to exist here. The service was horrible. Sat at the bar right in front of the bartender who was too busy cleaning glasses to acknowledge us. I'm usually rather patient about these types of things, as I know they have other tasks to accomplish, however, it was NOT busy at all and it wasn't like she didn't see us. She just gave us the impression that she would get around to taking our order when she felt like it...which was certainly not any time soon. It was awkwardly rude and strange behavior. If I weren't new to the area (and my guest from out of town) I would have thought she was an old enemy from days gone by. 4 I came here for lunch, and for $20 it was well worth it. They had a pretty good selection of food, and everything I had was great. Near the back, you will drool as you watch the cooks grill tasty meats. There was also the standard king crab legs and shrimp, even for lunch. A few things that stood out for me were the pot pies and the custom-made crepes. I think I'll have to come back here during dinner for round 2. 4 You must come hungry! There are so many choices, so best to do walk thru first to see what is on offer. Nothing worse than piling lots of food on your plate you won't eat, then getting another plate to try other dishes.\nMy husband doesn't eat meat, gluten, and dairy, so the chef took him for a tour to show him the vegan dishes. So nice this is offered! \nThe dessert is also abundant, do a walk thru with this too. My favorite was the gelato, around 5-6 different flavors. Loved the vanilla bean and coffee. \nI'd come back to this buffet. For all that is offered the price is reasonable. Add $15 for unlimited sparking wine, wine, and beer. I didn't choose it, but it's nice they have that option! 5 My new favorite pho spot! So glad I discovered this a few weeks ago. I may never drive to Spring Mountain for pho again!\n\nThe pho is top notch with a very flavorful delicious broth and a pretty generous serving. I tried the Bun Bo Hue for the very first time anywhere and now I'm hooked. I usually get the Crispy Imperial Rolls to start off then a nice steaming bowl of one of their savory soups along with a nice Thai ice tea to finish things off. \n\nThe staff is very nice and friendly and are always very attentive. The restaurant is small but cozy and I've never had to wait for a seat so I can straight to the food! I definitely will be a regular here! 1 Basically, do NOT live here. Management says they have no record of break-ins, yet I was the one who told them about 2 specifically, one being my own place. Horrible management, horrible noise, horrible neighbors. Yeah, the apartments are nice, but who cares about granite countertops when you can't even sleep at night?! 3 visited Settebello yesterday for a to-go lunch order. I went with the \"settebello\" pizza ($13.50) - sausage, pancetta, mushrooms and pine nuts. After ordering, walked down to Rocket Fizz to pick-up a few \"artisan\" sodas. Returned just in time to pick up pizza and go my way.\n\nI felt the pizza was undercooked - very slight charring on the top of the pizza crust, The mozzarella was not melted, a boatload of pine nuts, yet very light on mushroom.. Still, the flavors were there - especially liked the sausage and the pancetta. I'm hoping this is simply a \" working out the kinks\" situation yet I wonder since at the time I entered the restaurant, I only saw 3 customers - what happens when there are 30 customers ???\n\nI'll return 5 We just love this place so much! Had another delicious bbq meal yesterday. We seem to have our favorites now. He always gets a huge brisket sandwich and the green chili stew, and I always get the half sausage, new potatoes, and cream of corn. *drool* \n\nOh! We also just found out they give military discounts for active or retired!\n\nService - excellent, food - wonderful, atmosphere - fun! This has become one of our favorite places. 2 Feast for the eyes, this old bank building is a cornucopia of mixed materials from glass to wood to concrete to steel to block to brick and astroturf. Dining a mixed bag, but you're sure to SEE something you like. [blink]\n\n--best seat in thehouse is the corner by the fire\n--bacchi (sp?) Ball court just like home vig location\n--hip urban feel which is difficult to find downtown.\n\n--great service, attentive and super friendly.\n--she even caught the bartender (it was hard to miss) shaking the shit out of my martini, stopped him and made him start over.\n\n--rib eye fatty, not trimmed, and in pieces. Horrible cut.\n--spinach puree very interesting, but doesn't work as presented. (Wants to surround the dish, not be shuffled off on the side)\n--so too go the potatoes. Gratin slightly burned and wants to be as elegant as the architectural lines of the building. Redesign this plate!\n--burger, although ordered medium, arrived charred but RAW!!\n--onion rings nothing to write home about.\n--banana bread pudding rich enough to serve 4. split it, or\n--hot fudge sundae. NICE!\n\nnot many places in town which are Hipster, Trendy, Romantic, Casual AND Classy. Nice hang out. 3 Decent airport, large, clean and seems to have a lot of decent restaurant options. We loved Blanco in the A-gate area!\n\nI've been here 3 times now - first time was a quick run through, second was a disaster in which I almost missed my flight because of crowds and confusion about which terminal to be in and this time was relatively nice cuz of the great restaurant.. The subsequent hour plus flight delay doesn't appear to be the fault of the airport, but more the fault of US Air, which I am quickly developing a healthy hatred for. 1 Papa John himself would be disappointed in the level of quality in the pizza's (3) that I received on 08/03/2013. I placed an order online from the 1010 E Desert Inn Rd. location for the special that they had for 3 medium/ 3 topping pizza's thinking that I will do something special for my wife, since she didn't eat anything at work. This was my first time I ever ate Papa John's. Everything was great when ordering and the delivery driver calling to let me know that she is 10 minutes away. When she arrive at our hotel at 7:20PM, I gave her a tip and accepted the pizza's without ever looking at them. As soon as I sat down with my wife in our hotel room, we looked at the pizza's and it looked like the pizza's were cold (cheese getting firm as if it were sitting out long). I called the Papa John's location and spoke with the manager around 7:30PM. He had offered to get new ones sent. I called back at 7:42PM asking the manager if we should give the old pizza's back to the driver that is coming to drop of the new pizza's, he then said that we didn't need to. So my wife and I were so hungry and waited for the pizza's to arrive. We had the opportunity to stare at the cold pizza's and realized how skimpy the toppings were and one of the pizza's looked burnt on the bottom. One pizza for example, had anchovies, chicken and onions. We couldn't even see the chicken and onions, so it looked like an anchovy pizza. I had time to take nice pictures of them. I called the Papa John's location again around 8:32PM. I was so upset that we haven't received the pizza's yet. They said that the driver went to the wrong address and should be there shortly and that the pizza's were piping hot out of the oven. I doubt that they were piping hot, especially arriving late. At 8:44PM, the driver called me and said that he was outside the hotel. I told him to send the pizza's back because it was late already, one hour and 14 minutes later from the time that I called at 7:30PM to get the replacement pizza's. I filled out a feedback form online at the Papa John's website the same night. It is already 08/07/13 and I still haven't received a call from who ever it may concern. I am sorry, but the way that Papa John talks about his business is different from what I experienced. The quality presented by his employee's do not match up to what his values are. I can't say that there were better ingredients if there were hardly any topping on the pizza's. 4 I totally agree with these positive reviews- old school Vegas style that us locals sometimes forget. It warm and inviting. And live music-- ya just never know who you'll bump into. And just wanted to suggest the pizza for tasty takeout-- far better than one of the pizza chains! Still quick and much better variety of toppings that are fresh not canned. And they love garlic like I LOVE garlic!! Yum mm my! 5 This place is very spacious and the price is very reasonable. I like this storage place, because it's nearby and has easy access whenever I need it. 5 The best homemade Filipino food since grandmas. The staff was so friendly it's been years since I've had that kind of food so they helped me order which was so helpful . 5 Lobster bisque was delicious\nLobster Salad was SUPERB\nCrab cakes were AWESOME\nSeabass was so buttery\nFilet was wonderful\nTuna tartar was fresh\nService was excellent\n\nTheres a private wine cellar room for private dining. Romantic and really cute spot.\n\nIm def returning for the food! 4 Before you ask what I was smoking when I gave this Friday's 4 Stars, hear me out.\n\nI came in here for a late dinner during the week. Probably around 9PM. It wasn't too crowded and we got to sit down right away.\n\nThe service was slow, I think they were probably spread thin. But our waiter was very friendly and other servers seem to help each other out.\n\nThe food was pretty tasty,(I may have been hungry), but never the less I thoroughly enjoyed my Jack Daniels Steak and Shrimp Dinner.\n\nIt did take a while for our food to come out which was surprising since there were not a lot of people in the restaurant, but I have no idea what the kitchen size/situation is for that place. 2 the food is great, almost always. However, the customer service is horrid, and has been for the past two years. I lived in Chicago previously, and frequented the PF Changs there. The wait staff's attentiveness at that location, which is 100 times busier, was much better. For the price, PF Changs should hire some better wait staff. It has turned us off of one of our favorite restaurants. 4 As you enter, the pungent odor of the BBQ smoke greets your nose. Most of the customers seem to be local regulars who come for takeout. A few simple booths and a small dining room, walk up ordering, not fancy in the least but great BBQ. We had the sample platter for 4 plus a rack of St. Louis Ribs, sides of hushpuppies fried okra and greens. The okra was our favorite. The ribs were great, as was the pulled pork. The chicken was good but not outstanding. Give it a try for a totally off the strip authentic experience. 2 Really good tacos.\nGeneric beer selection.\nHad a slow/rude/lazy Bartender. 2 Arrving at Sky Harbor at 1AM was not the issue (it was empty), but my departure back home was almost a complete wreck.\n\nSo apparently this weekend, Nascar (among 1,000 other things) was in town. I had a 12:40AM to ATL Monday morning. Leaving Hohokam Park around 9PM (about 6-7 miles from SH), I didn't get to the f'n car rental center (a whole different story) until 10:30. \n\nWho's genius idea was it to close the airport exit and re-direct traffic from a 4 lane to a one-lane bottleneck into the airport? That could have been the dumbest, most inefficient thing I have seen since DC shut the interstate near RFK. Traffic was unbelievable. And I didn't realize it took another 15 minutes to get to the car rental \"center\".\n\nAfter finally getting to the terminal, check in was slow, considering the amount of people they should have been expecting (they had red-eyes going to CHI, JFK, and ATL, amongst other places). Getting to security was ridiculous- I would have rather gotten a handy from TSA then the circus they were running. Apparently, waving my sunscreen in the air \"who's is this?\" I should have told them it was my buttplug. I told them, they said I could check it, but I couldn't let it go. Cya, sunscreen. \n\nAnother fascinating aspect was I had my cough syrup, hand sanitizer, and my lighter on me. They could care less about the lighter. The hand-gel - gone. And my syrup, they made me take my stuff, and open it, they were testing it for God-only-knows. They didn't care about checking my ID to make sure the contents were mine though, just to make sure it wasn't on their list? Is that not ass-backwards?\n\nFinally getting through, there wasn't shit open to eat or shop, a big no-no for people trying to get the hell home- I mean after taking 2 hours to go 6 miles that gets you hungry!\n\nThe actual airport itself was dated in some parts, but it was clean, its only saving grace.\n\nIMO, this place has a long ways to go to be a well oiled machine, which is a huge disappoinment being a gateway to the west. 1 It took 7 minutes to even greet us at the table. All the servers and hospos were up at the front looking at us while we were looking around for a server. To make matters worse during this 7 minutes the manager was check in with all the tables to see how everything was going and skipped our table completely. 5 Great old fashioned breakfast, nothing fancy just good ol' stick to your ribs grub. Good people working there to... I'm a regular now for sure. 1 I hate to say it but I agree with the other users. The cupcakes we received from a groupon were very bland, small, and not up to par with grocery store cakes or cupcakes. 2 Slow disorganized service. Food is ok but nothing special. Our fries were soggy like they had sat under a heat lamp for hours. The tuna melt was dry and the eggs and sausage were dry and bland. Will not return. 4 This place is tiny. Don't expect to eat in often. There's only 6 flavors available and that's really the only issue with this place. The fruit and dried toppings were good. I played it safe with Passion Fruit and loved it. Throw some kiwi, strawberries, pineapple, and gummi bears, I was set. \n\nI'd give this place another shot for another star. Hopefully they'll change their flavors up often. 2 We were hungry while waiting for our flight so we decided to give Pwi Wei a try. We ordered the Mandarin Kung Pao Chicken and Mongolian Steak. The food is extremely salty and greasy. The only good thing about this place is it's made-to-order so you know the food the food hasn't been sitting there for hours. 2 First let me start by saying I found Nathalie's by browsing groupon.Prior to purchasing the groupon I called to verify the detail and ensure it covered what I needed (grooming of a lab), I was told yes and set up an appt for the next day. Upon arrival I was told it does NOT cover the cut of a lab and I would incur an extra fee, I was slightly irritated since I had already spoken to someone prior to my purchase but I said ok and asked how much... The response was \"I didn't know you had a groupon, I'm not sure, I'll let you know\" I didn't like it being left open ended but thought it couldn't be more than $10-20 and I would still be getting a good deal so it's fine and I left her. Let me also add here that prior to leaving and when filling out my paperwork I alerted them my lab is older and her hips are bad to please be careful. A few hours later we came back to pick her up, I was told I needed to pay $35 more for the cut and because they had to hold her up to shave her. That's literally double the cost of the groupon I purchased! Also, my lab is old but she can stand and I have NEVER had a problem or been charged extra for grooming her bc of her age. We were told the normal price for a groom of a lab was $65 (we would be paying $70) and to consider it as getting the spa package for free which was actually supposed to already have been a part of the groupon I had purchased. I asked to speak with the groomer bc I was not paying an extra $35... I agreed to pay extra for the cut but I refused to pay double, I was told she had no idea I had a groupon (not sure why that even matters, a groom is a groom regardless of the payment) no idea it was a lab, or that she was older. I clearly stated a lab when I made my appt, I also let Nathalie know about her hips when I signed her in. The groomer finally agreed and said I did not have to pay the extra $35 but I'm still in awe of the extra money they tried to get out of us. They should not run a groupon if you can't afford to take the loss on money to gain new clients, I felt scammed. I also have to add the job was not done well... After this \"spa package\" and bath she came home with goop still in her eye, she had some kind of gross something on her tail, and there were several areas of long hair left that was uncut. Nathalie was nice in greeting us, but the groomer was awful and I don't think we will be back... 4 For $6.00 you get a great car wash that includes someone to hand dry your vechile. It also includes free vacuum use and they literally have 20 covered vacuum stations. They also have a floor mat cleaning machine that you put the mat in and it comes out pretty clean. All included for the price of the wash. Don't forget to get the frequent wash card. Buy 9 washes and the 10th wash is free! 2 Well I went here last week and the sign said Wok N Grill but since their website says \"Stix\" and this is the same address, I guess maybe I got it wrong. Just a heads up, you may see this place named Wok N Grill somewhere down the road.\n\nSo we walked in and the menu is insane. There is way too much and far too many pictures of the food for anyone to make a reasonable decision. So I asked the guy \"what's good\" to which he replied \"besides everything?\" Oh har har - aren't you clever. Now I'm pissed at you. So after trying to drag an answer out of him, I told him I wanted spicy and he suggested boring Kung Pao Chicken. I took his advice which, now, makes me more mad at him because it really wasn't good. It was a giant plate of 10000 peanuts, 10 stalks of celery, and some giant mutant chicken. Was there value for the meal? Sure. Was it good enough to justify ever eating that much of it? Absolutely not! It was decently spicy but, more so, it was just hot. Like - I stuck this in the microwave for 10 minutes kind of hot. \n\nLet's just say, I won't be back here. The staff was unhelpful and the food was insane. You can usually tell if a place doesn't have good food because they give you a ton of it. This is one of those places. 4 Great Service, Great Burgers minus the fries :) oh and Animal Style, at a Great Price!!! They take pride in their food and customer service and it shows. 3 I was here today for lunch. Our waitress was brand new and so we had to be a little patient, but she was very friendly and will catch on quickly. That said, I have no complaints about the service, but the food was not anything to write home about. I've eaten here a few times in the past, and I recommend going with one of their top sellers (noted on the menu) - they seem to be top sellers for a reason. Deviating from those doesn't pay off. But they do have outdoor seating, and it is a great place for people watching! 3 For $2 a ride, it's a cheap way to see the Strip and the people on it are a mixed crowd. There was a combination of couples, families, and flat out drunk crazy people. I really feel sorry for the bus drivers that have to deal with these weird people. It took about 45 minutes from the front of Paris to Fremont Street. The ride is really slow because there are so many stops and traffic get so slow on the Strip. If you're not in a rush, the Deuce is the way to go. 4 I have never had Indian food so I can't say it is as good as it gets. I did get the pleasure of eating lunch and sampling the buffet. I tried many different items and they all were so good. I love how the sauces (gravies)? are so complex and there are so many different flavors going on at once. The iced tea was really good too. I will love coming to visit this place again. So yum! 3 Not the best sushi but the prices are reasonable. 5 Although I have been dining here for years and am sure have written a review, I feel compelled to add another after last night's New Years Eve dinner. We usually avoid holiday dinners out as the restaurants usually cannot handle the increases numbers. Not so here! The food was superb, service more than acceptable and a bargain to boot! 1 Reserved through Orbitz with a debit card and picked up with a credit card because of their debit card policies. Their system was down so they did everything manually, approved it and I was on my way. I returned the car three days later and their computers are STILL down. They receive the car and hand write me a bill saying the card that I gave them would be charged.\n\n The next day I look at my statements and the card I gave them has been charged. I look at my bank statement and they've also charged me a deposit for a rental on my debit card, the day after I returned the car! I called them to get it straightened out because i figure it's simple human error because of their systems being down and that they can just drop the charge on my visa. \n\n I call them and they insist that i'm mistaken and I must have given them a visa. They look at the imprint of the card and go figure; it's the AMEX I paid for the rental with. Too bad though, they charged my debit card for it and they claim they can't do anything about it now (even though it's still pending). They also have a charge on my AMEX, so I don't have access to those funds either. The thing is; I never presented them my visa and they don't have a swipe, imprint or record of it other than via Orbitz. \n\n The people at the counter both times were great, but the manager Albert was rude and seemed put out that I wanted him to look into this. He had someone else call me back, presumably because he didn't want to admit his mistake, and essentially tell me to call their billing department on Monday to have them charge the Amex for the final bill and they'll refund the other card in 5-7 days.\n\nPS: the convertible I rented was beaten into the ground. Big dents all over it. Sort of took away from the feeling of renting a flashy car when it was so beat up. 5 The Creme de la Creme of Vegas buffets priced around $20!\n\ni like how the main dishes are served ala cart, tapas style. Quality cuts of various meats: chicken, lamb, pork, and beef. The trick to enjoying Wicked Spoon is to try a little of Everything. \n\nSetting is very trendy. Water is even served in stylish glass bottles (you feel like you paid for it!) \n\nI'm cutting this review short because I overate and now have a serious case of food coma. 1 Paid to see the 4th of July fireworks in the observation deck of the Tower. It was the absolute worse experience ever!! Prices were $28 per person, it was crowded, hot, no view of anything and the worst singers/performance they could hire. So bad that the overhead speakers kept going out and all you heard was very loud static. It got so bad that everyone was chanting \"turn it off, turn it off\"! Save your money and don't go here. You can see it free from the sidewalk! 3 If you want trendy atmosphere and good food and are willing to pay the extra and dress up a little for it, this is a great place. I had the green curry \"Thai hot\", meaning the heat level was maximum, and my wife had pad thai. The pad thai was delicious, the best i have had outside of Thailand. The green curry was just so-so - maybe i killed it by ordering it too hot - it turned out red color instead of green, and the flavors became obscured by the heat. We also shared a bowl of Tom Yum soup which was good - a little too sweet, but otherwise had a lot of good flavors in it, the simple sugar in it almost killed it though. I doubt we will be back soon. 4 Great show tonight, open mic night. Lots of good aspiring comedians (some better than others) but overall a good show. Great prices on drinks, and they are mixed strong. Free admission so that makes it totally worth a night out. 3 It has been a while since my last trip to Eat and I had high hopes it would meet or exceed my last experience. I saw the new menu and was salivating over a shrimp po boy so I went. I must say this was my most disappointing visit yet. Where to begin. 1) The caesar salad was overly fishy tasting and my wife coouldn't even finish it. 2) The Shrimp Po Boy was extremely messy and difficult to eat without everything spilling off the ciabatta. The shrimp were overcooked and tough. 3) The beignette's were more like grease balls.\n\nI still like this place but I think I am going to stick to breakfast which seems to be much more consistent and worthy of top marks. 2 The food here is SOOOOOOO much better than the nearby State cafeteria. In fact, the cafeteria failed inspection a bunch of times until it finally was closed for a few days last year to clean up. \n\nOld Station lunch is decent and filling; about equivalent to Subway. I don't get all the rave reviews. I've worked near the capitol for over ten years and only choose Old Station if I'm very hungry and don't feel like driving. 1 Terrible, terrible service!\n\nWe dined at Center Cut Steakhouse with a group of 25 this past weekend. The waiters were so incredibly rude it was appalling. First, our group was separated into two different tables in two different rooms with the doors open. When we asked if we could have a separate check for each table, the waiter just looked at us and said \"No\" and walked away without an apology or an explanation. When I ordered a Caesar salad (which, by the way was a piece of lettuce with dressing, a cracker, one cherry tomato and an anchovy for $13), the waiter said, with disgust, \"that's it?\" which I found to be insulting. My husband ordered a prime rib for $37, which tasted average, and was literally a slab of meat on an otherwise empty plate. The man who poured our water and delivered the bread to the table showed the only ounce of kindness out of anyone in the restaurant. \n\nSince gratuity was included, we were forced to pay two individuals who treated us with absolute disrespect over $400 in gratuity. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. 3 Everything you'd expect from a high end casino's buffet: Huge selection, decent quality foods, and overpriced admission. I'm not saying that it was a bad experience; On the contrary, I enjoyed my visit. But to me, in the end the food doesn't justify the price. I'll elaborate.\n\nAs I mentioned, the food selection is quite extensive and diverse. It seems every major nationality and ethnicity is represented somewhere in the buffet. I'll use my gluttony as an example: My first plate consisted of asian-style stir fry and meats, with rice and an Asian soup. My second plate was build-it-yourself tacos, with middle eastern style doughy stuff and meats. My third plate was typical American, steak and trip-tip with potatoes and corn. The dessert section is fairly large too- lots of gelatos, cakes, and other sweet treats. Overall, most of the food quality would range between very good to excellent.\n\nNow, even though the buffet is tasty and diverse, I still have a few negatives I can't quite get over:\nPrice- The buffet is great, but it's quality isn't much different from other buffets on the strip. For example, the quality equals that of Planet Hollywood's buffet, and PH comes in at around $10 cheaper per person, with a shorter wait time. Which leads me to my next point...\nService- If you come during meal times, you're going to wait. Unless you're a VIP, you wait to pay and wait again to be seated. From the time we got in line until we got seated took about 40 minutes, which is kind of crazy for a lunch. And after you're seated, if you're thirsty you are at the mercy of a server and must wait for beverages and refills. Which in our experience, was very lacking and slow. I went through two plates of food with an empty drink, and only received a refill when I flagged down a different passing server. \n\nSo in conclusion, the food was very good and the selection was great. The price was steep and the service lackluster. Next time I do a Vegas buffet, I'll probably try somewhere else where the cost is a bit more in line with the value. 4 Grimaldi's is my alternative choice for pizza if we did not make it to LGO. I have been to this location a few times in the past year, the pizza has been consistently delicious, thin pizzas with the only things you wanted. I like their concept of 'build your own pizza from size, cheese and toppings\". I always have my pizza with Italian sausages, mushrooms and sun dried tomatoes. Hmmm....\n\nService was great, and their waiting timer is a cute slice of pizza. I'd give 5 stars if their seating can be rearranged, I think it's a bit too crowded right now... 3 First thank you to Yelp, Gabi and Sol Y Sombra for the gift card it made me go back and visit a lot quicker. I love the decor here! The booths are so comfy, you may never want to leave and that could be very dangerous here! Unfortunately I am with the minority on this one after this visit. I wanted to make it here for brunch but that didn't happen so dinner it was. There wasn't too many other parties it was pretty empty in there when we arrived. Off season and no Sommelier this day. We sat inside first and ordered some Peroni (am I the only one who finds an Italian beer here a little weird?) to drink. Some tomato bread which the server promptly corrected me \"You mean Pan con Tomate?!? Yes I wont touch that one. Then the Tortilla Espanola I tried those at the OYE already and they were delicous I would probably come here just for those!\n\nNow we had forgotten there was happy hour and were told it was only on the patio or at the bar, we thought it was a tad odd considering the place was so empty. So we decided we'd like to move out on the patio mind you HH was almost over. So the waitress tells us that we would have to close out the bill then move outside where she would be our server again. Huh?? The hub asked what he thought was a manager if it would be a problem he was just a waiter and told us \"Yes that will be a problem\" so after a lot of looking at each other like WTF our waitress finally gets the manager please forgive me I am so bad w names people. He came over and told us we didnt have to move if we wanted that we could order off the HH menu. Thank you! At that time we decided to move outside anyway for the view, they helped move all our stuff over after that dilemma everything went pretty smoothly.\n\nWe continued with the soft lettuce it was really good the almonds were awesome but I cant say anything special about the sauce unfortunately. Next came the calamari def worth trying its a good size portion and worth every penny. The shrimp I will probably pass on next time they were ok not worth 4 for $16 eh I did not think they were that special tasting but they were big. Then there was the piquillo pepper it was stuffed with tuna I was expecting raw tuna or something not canned, it wasn't spicy at all. Think tuna salad but there was capers instead of pickles it wasnt anything special go for something else or I'd suggest it for lunch more than anything. We did not have any dessert nothing really appealed to us on the menu so we just ordered another round of drinks the mojito I had for desert was ok as well.\n\nThis place reminds me of the Scottsdale stereo type where I was not blown away by the food and the normal overpriced drinks I can see this being a neutral watering hole where the cougar and trout come out of their lairs to play simultaneously during the cooler months. I did not see anyone dressed up so I am guessing thats more of a night thing. Overall this experience was 2 stars the ambiance and the drinks get one more. Super Strong drinks here and with the possibility that I ordered the wrong things this time I will be back to try more stuff and figure out what I like. I want to give more stars I really really do, hopefully things wont be too confusing next time. 5 I love chicken and waffles. That is the best idea anybody ever had. I think Lo-Lo's is the best. Even better than that famous place in California. This was my first time at the Phoenix location. I have been to the Scottsdale location a few time. I don't know which one I like better. They are both great. The Phoenix one does have a very nice outdoor seating are. They have a big green outdoor couch that is very comfy. Great to hang out on while you wait for your table.\nI was there for the 4th meeting of the UYE Breakfast Club. Always a good time with great people. I know they have other things on the menu but how do you get by the chicken and waffles. One day I might have to go twice in one day so I can try something else. I ordered the 2 drumsticks and a waffle. #10. It was awesome of course. Don't forget the jar of Kool Aid. Yum. So good. Great service too. Everyone is always really nice. This is the place where I first tried grits. I have heard people complain about grits in general but these were great. Add a little honey and they are almost perfect. Maybe some cinnamon would put them over the top. This one of those places where the food is so good you can't stop eating even though you are full.\nThe place was very clean and the pictures on the wall are great. This is one of my favorite places and I will be back to this location or the Scottsdale one over and over again. 4 Before the word \"Staycation\" was chic and cool, we would take weekends off and stay here. We enjoy Paris for the following reasons:\n\n- It's location in the center of the Strip. You can easily access many of the other Strip properties from here.\n\n- The view of the Bellagio Fountains. As I described in another review, we love the Fountains @ the Bellagio. You can request a room with a Strip/Fountain view and if you're lucky enough to get it, you'll be treated to a wonderful scene.\nhttp://www.yelp.com/biz/fountains-of-bellagio-las-vegas#hrid:5mSBxtxJXkCKC2b1hRys8A\n\n- Monorail station. The monorail station stops at Bally's, which is next door to Paris and easily accessed. I'm a fan of the Monorail, so it's always a bonus to be near a station.\n\n- Decent food selection. One of our favorite restaurants in the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. While we don't eat here often, we make it a point to do so if we have a weekend getaway here @ Paris. The Buffet is ok and the Italian joint is pretty good too. A little something for everyone.\n\nOverall, we always have a pleasant experience here.\n\nWill I return? You can count on it. 5 Soft, made to order bagels. Great low-fat smoothies. Staff is always nice and patient with my gazillion order changes. There's so many great choices! They also have texting sign-ups and I get free coffee and bagels with my orders all the time. 3 I'm not a huge fan of clubs, and this is no exception - I am a fan of hot broads in various states of undress, and this place has it in spades, but I hardly rank among the elite that could actually afford one here - read on and I'll show you what I mean.\n\nMe and my buddies were in Vegas for a long weekend and a buddy from LA had a friend (keep up) who got a table here, complete with bottle service. My advice to any guy going to a club in Vegas, you NEED a table, otherwise you will be standing at the bar looking like a complete ZERO getting poked with side yabs and percodan hardons from various blowjobs and douchebags. \n\nArriving at the Venetian, standing atop the grand staircase outside the hallowed gateway into Tao, my buddy spent the first ten minutes on the phone w/our connection inside. The line was ridiculous (there were several lines, like trying to merge into the Lincoln Tunnel, lines for the haves and have nots), and we still had to grease our way in - again, we are dudes in Vegas, it is to be expected (and worth it to skip being swallowed up in the mass of would be clubgoers, waiting and waiting, babbling on their cell phones, baying like madmen in the DUCHESS OF MALFI). \n\nOnce inside, you are jostled through the entry tunnel, lined with bathtubs full of rose petals, through the bar area, and up another flight of stairs into the club proper. The dance floor is ebbing and flowing like a turbulant sea, lights flashing overhead like heat lightening, and there are people EVERYWHERE. At this point you've just wrecked your perfactly sculptured hair and wrinkled your pressed shirt as you are squeezing through the sweaty throng of nobodies who were either too cheap or too stupid to get a table, as you step on feet looking for a way out of this and saying, \"imagine if we didn't have a table, fuck this!\"\n\nWhen we finally got to our table, it was time to take a well deserved breath of relief and watch as the hot server, done up like a sex slave, pours out the vodka. Other people with tables included some strange eurotrash dude that resembled a more junked out version of Keith Richards (if you can imagine that!) wearing a crushed black velvet tux with red silk shirt underneath, engaged in a very involved conversation with a hot piece of ass that was no doubt a RENTAL. Again, dudes, be prepared to spend great boatloads of money to impress the broads here. It takes more than a good line, you will actually need to LAY OUT the line of coke on the American Express Black to even get one of these harpies to raise an eyebrow. \n\nAll in all, it was like a night spent in the Temple of Doom, minus the annoying lady that was sleeping with the director singing ANYTHING GOES in Chinese. 4 We stay at the Artisan at least once a year just to do something outside of the house....love the decor in the lobby (various well-known paintings) and the bar (a multitude of mirrors all different sizes and shapes cover the ceiling). Each room is themed with a different artist's paintings. If you prefer the huge rooms of the Venetian or Ceasar's, this is not the place for you - it's guest rooms are standard hotel size, but it's the decor that sets them apart. Also, if you'd like a suite to have a few friends over for a laid back get-together, the Artisan does have a smallish, similarly decorated suite with a pool table available for half the cost of the huge suites on the Strip. I also remember the music out by the pool being particularly good - despite the pool being kinda between overpasses, they did a nice job with it and the cabanas. Oh! And the food in the restaurant was great! The only negatives I can possibly think of would be room size and that you HAVE to valet park. 2 I'm currently renting with this company and my agent is Heather, and so far I am very disappointed. I have been already living in my new condo almost a month and I'm still waiting for things to be fixed. Heather has been rude to me most of the times I have called her to check the status on my work orders that have been taking forever and it seems like I am always irrupting her and bothering when I call her. The HOA office for Blackhorse condos is a joke as well, another rude company. After this I don't think I'll re-new my lease here. 2 I went there once for Trivia. I found their drinks to be watered down and quite expensive. My wife and I ordered some apps as well, and I was not impressed at all. I don't see what all the hype is about. 3 egg rolls were good but dang, they are pricy for the same food we get here in Los Angeles 5 Levi Hatch from the Neilsen Law group helped me develop the documentation to present to the IRS to reverse a significant audit claim on my 2012 tax report. The documentation was efficiently developed, and presented to the court system, resulting in a signed and approved stipulated court order. This has been forwarded to the IRS, and is under reconsideration as I type this. Wish me luck. Back to the subject at hand - Neilsen Law Group - Tracy, Chevis, and Levi made me feel comfortable and confident on a very \"messy\" situation (dealing with the IRS). I really appreciated their hard work, and would recumbent the NLG to anyone. 3 Apparently, this place is only hot when a game is on. I came here on a Saturday night around 10:30pm and there were only 5 other patrons. The place is huge, so it looked even more pathetic than it sounds. \n\nI got the Kilt Lifter Scottish Ale, a locally brewed amber beer that was quite flavorful and not too bitter. They have a good selection of beers on tap including imports and domestic. I had already eaten dinner, so I didn't attempt to indulge in the Big Unit, but checked out the menu just for yuks. Quite a variety of options and most meals seem to be named after a certain person. Cute touch. But no assignment of credit for who inspired the big unit...\n\nAll the staff here have black teardrops ala Alice Cooper. Lots of guitars on the walls and three HUGE TV screens above the bar. Outdoor seating and music blasting in and outside.\n\nThanks to Jim B. for the recommendation to come here. It gave me conversation fodder :) 1 Visited Eide's when I was working in Pittsburgh. I collect mostly toys so I spent a lot of time downstairs. Let's just say that there is a reason the cliche exists of the old, fat, balding assholes with ponytails. The group that trolls the sales counter are a bunch of scumbags. Went in to buy something that they were selling for a total of $107.00, and they told me that if I waited a week they were having a giant sale and I could get it as an even better deal. So I rolled the dice and took the chance. Low and behold, it was still there, I was very happy, but when I went to pay, the item had suddenly risen in price by almost $75.00. You could still see the level of dust that was there from how long it was sitting on the shelf. You could also see the sticker over the old one. When I called them on their shit, they didn't know whether to shit or wind their watch. A bunch of deceitful assholes. I'm willing to bet that it's still sitting there. The rest of the place and employees were nice enough, but the toys stooges were a bunch of basement dwelling fuck tards. 2 I thought I liked this place, but after yesterday, I can say the food is mediocre. The cafe itself looks really nice and would lead you to believe it is expensive so of course the food had to be good....not today, might have just been the afternoon chefs at the time or something they normally do to all their food, but they use a lot of oil when they cook.\nI ordered the seared trout, and that thing was smothered with oil under, I had to keep drinking water, even the green beans that were on top were really oily. One of my friends had orderd some hash browns, although they came out extra crispy the way they like it, it was also drenched in oil. Onf of my friend's medium rare steak came out pretty damn well.\n\nBesides the food, service was good. 4 I'm not much of a fashionista or even one to peruse much of the thrifty stores in town, but when found in Plaza on a Saturday, Hong Kong is a typical stop. The owner and all of the staff are very welcoming and always offer to help you find what you're looking for (if anything). \n\nThere's plenty of killer selections of plaid, vintage, odd graphic tees, boots, leather jackets, and 60's/70's decor/kitchen items. I saw some cups last time I visited and was tempted to pick them up for the simple and obvious 70's-style patterns. Pretty far out, maaaaan. \n\nI've picked up several t-shirts from here and love the wear on them. Found some great baseball henleys and a few kick-around shirts. Prices can vary depending on what kind of \"find\" it is in the vintage world. \n\nAll around a cool spot and a destination if you're into the vintage scene in Crown Town. 3 I was next door at Pinball so I dropped in to get some film. \n\nIt's been a while since I've picked up my Holgas, Lomos, Dianas, etc and it's not like I can get the film just anywhere. Prices are a bit inflated compared to other camera stores in town I've popped into for what I bought. \n\nI didn't look at traditional camera products, but I saw they had some lomo cameras so I wanted to see their pricing. Those at least weren't too unfairly priced, most were at retail. \n\nThe guy who helped me was nice, but a bit spacy. \n\nIt's not a bad stop for camera needs, but it's not a preferred spot for me. 2 Seemed like she cut too much of my cuticles on the side of my fingers. It almost seemed like she wasn't being careful and was rushing. Maybe it was because I got there an hour before closing time. The lady was really nice, no doubt but the quality of work just doesn't cut it for me.\n\nI've had better experience in other Nail Salons. I just thought with the reviews I got from here, it would measure up. This is a classic proof that we should always try out a place for ourselves before believing anything we read on any review sites. 1 It was worst experience n the front desk name carman she was worst n she doesn't know the hotel rules & she was giving me all wrong check inn hotel information & she was very loud n her tone wasn't good even hotel front desk manager Roland was rude & wasn't friendly he was saying if u want to stay or then we Dnt need customers we have lots of customer & I was very polite & just asking my baggage information & Roland made me waited for long & he didn't bother to help\nMe & I was also the customer of the hotel but the front desk manager Roland & Carmen this people tht Dnt knw how to treat the customer & when my wife told him tht you talk to customer like this n he said loud tone who are you to tell me & mind your business & if he wasn't at the front desk then I would have taken him out & show that idiot Roland what kind of person I am. He is shit worst person I ever met & my quad hotel stay was horrible & I promise I will never ever go to quad Las Vegas hotel & I will tell all my friends & family not to go.. I have stayed in balagio hotel & planet Hollywood their staff are excellent & well professional. the The quad hotel staff carman & the front desk manager Roland was worst n he was the unprofessional rude n he was not good with other customers even with me! N I stayed in 15156 & my name is abhishek this will make Roland know who the customer I am. Even they have messed up my baggage & my things like cloths & stuff was damaged, so please please Dnt stay at this hotel as per my experience & when anyone go & stay I'm sure you will face worst & horrible experience.. 5 I go to Gavin for my hair (cut and color) and he'll work with you on what you want and make sure you like the outcome. He's done black, brown and blonde on my hair and puts up with my hair ADD as I tend to want to change it up a lot lol. Makes you feel comfortable and does a great job! 2 This was our first time to this location of Del Frisco's. The restaurant was empty (and its SAT night...hmm....) other than one table for two in which they seat us right next to that table......and by the back area where all of the servers hang out and talk LOUDLY. The service was not great as the only other table that came in was a large party of 12 which they shifted tables and put them right next to us. So, our server completely abandons us and goes to help them. (Why not one of the other 20 servers standing there talking?????) I had to finally flag down someone to get our check! Food was ok, nothing spectacular, just OK. Too many other fabulous steak and seafood places to go to for the same price point such as Mastro's which I highly recommend. MUCH better ambience and top notch service there at Mastros! Del Frisco is an outdated, stuffy feeling place and for what ever reason, it smells like the sewer in there but it may be just the old carpet. DEFINITELY needs updating. There are too many other great places in Vegas to go here again...not for us! 3 Loved the place, terrible service. Sat at our table of six for 30 minutes before our server came, drinks took another 20. She messed a few orders up as well. And only saw her every 45 minutes or so. Food was decent. Great place to watch a game though and the indoor outdoor environment is awesome. We'll be back but hopefully with a different waitress! 5 My husband and I visited L'express on our first day in Montreal for lunch. Upon entering this bistro, which is nestled on a beautiful street between many restaurants and clothing and furniture boutiques, we were instantly immersed in quintessential french aromas. Smells of, herbs like thyme, butter, and slowly braising meats and vegetables. It's a bustling busy restaurant that has a very warm and cozy atmosphere with a very friendly wait staff. \n\nWe ordered:\n\nHouse salad a blend of arugula and peppery greens topped with a simple light dressing a good starter. Delicious\n\nVegetable soup a tomato based soup with beef broth and lots of veggies, like quash, corn. Yum\n\nEntrees:\n\nCroque Monseiur fried buttery cheesy toast with ham. Delicious.\n\nBeef stuffed Ravioli. Over the top Delicious, I used my bread to sop up all the broth from my plate because it was so delicious and flavorful.\n\nAlso the restaurant has had the same menu for 30 years most of their dishes have been perfected, so don't offend and ask for substitutions. Everything looks and probably tastes delicious. People sitting next to us ordered egg salad, salmon, stewed mushrooms and liver over fries, steak and every dish looked scrumptious. 4 I fly - a lot - and I have to say that Sky Harbor is one of the better airports in the country. It's one of the highest volume airports yet it's reasonably well organized. I've heard that about 75% of the air traffic flows through Terminal 4 (that's where US Air and SouthWest fly out of). \n\nIf you've going to fly out of Phoenix very often my advice would be to start using US Air or SouthWest because a) it's a hub for both of them and b) you'll have much better flight choices and c) because of the competition, the prices tend to be better. The other terminals, by comparison, are nearly deserted. Terminals 2 and 3 have very limited food choices. Terminal 4 has improved a lot in that regard. \n\nThere is a lot of parking available, both on site and off site. The off site parking, naturally, is cheaper but you have to wait for the buses to bring you to the terminal. Compared to other airports of comparable size the on site parking is not that expensive. If it's a business trip and you are getting reimbursed for the parking, just park on site and save yourself the hassle. Honestly, the best way to get in and out of Sky Harbor is not to drive at all but to use a transportation service. I'm not talking about Stupper-Shuttle - don't get me started on them - but a real sedan service that will drop you at the curb and meet you at the security gate when you arrive back home. \n\nIf you can, print your boarding pass at home rather than waiting in line at the airport. The airline clubs, in my view, are a waste of money. As another reviewer pointed out, the wi-fi access is now free at Sky Harbor. I used to belong to the US Air club but let it lapse. The snacks are not that good, they were charging for drinks. Unless you are regularly connecting through Phoenix how much time are you really going to spend in the airport? Now if you're connecting and have a long layover then it might be worthwhile but otherwise I'd skip it. \n\nI got a laptop stolen here once so a word about security. If you have a laptop computer, put it through the x-ray machine last and don't take your eye off it for a moment. Particularly if it's very busy. 1 This is my last update. I am not satisfied at all. After playing telephone tag for two days, with a package delivery pending the next day, I physically went to the site and spoke with Adrian Maldonado. He backed his driver completely, but told me that the immediate supervisor would be with him when he delivered my package and that the driver would personally apologize to me.\n\nThe driver, who I now know is named Clark, didn't say a word until I asked him to apologize. I was told what a good driver he was for the past 15 years and that he would not be parking in handicapped spaces anymore and I had nothing to worry about in the future because he would do a good job. I had his bosses guarantee. When in response to the supervisor asking me if I was satisfied, I said, \"No, it was my understanding that Clark would be apologizing personally,\" the supervisor tried to tell me that because he was the boss, I could be assured that Clark wouldn't do these things anymore. I again reiterated that this is not what I was told would happen. I then turned to Clark and explained to him directly why what he did was not cool.\n\nHis non apology was \"I'm sorry you feel that way.\" \n\nSo some effort made, but not really changing my mind about how horrible this company is run locally. Still think Clark is an asshole who thinks this is all a joke. Why should he change. It is obvious his supervisors don't want to make him change and want to defend him. \n\nHowever, we are stuck with them for the moment because we have several items pending, but once our current situation changes, future efforts will be made to avoid UPS as much as possible. \n\nSupposedly competition was supposed to be good for the market, but now two companies dominate the delivery industry. FedEx is barely better. Competition, my ass. Big Brown's logo ought to be \"Logistics over customers!\" 4 Looking for an inexpensive option Downtown before a show for a quick bite. This is the first place that came to mind. My friends wanted a little drinky poo before the show and my fella and I needed a snack. I ordered the garlic cheesy bread appetizer and he ordered the wings. My friends tried the nachos along with a mango hef that was on special. \n\nEveryone really enjoyed their food and drinks. Service was slow, but they were really crowded and our waitress always made the effort to get things to us quickly as possible. Best of all, our meal was cheap. Like really cheap. That made the meal all the better. \n\nI'll definitely be back when I'm in the area! 3 I'm a bit ambivalent on Barcelona - an upscale LA/Miami style dance palace. I've had great times dancing and enjoying the company I was with. Only drank and danced here, but hear the restaurant is overpriced and not that great. But for drinking and dancing it is a 3.5 stars. The pretty people and their wannabes are in full effect - so it's not for everyone.\r\n\r\nIt might even be worth it for the spectacle of it all - both the massive size of the place, and for the comical people-watching. It's good for some chuckles, at least! 2 I think im done with Ghost Bar. This use to be my chill spot to take out of town visitors to impress them with the view, atmosphere and the mild party vibe. This last Friday i made list arrangements with a NEW promoter with the N9NE Group which i think is what F'ed me. My regular girl has been MIA for a while and so i needed to act fast and find somebody so i settled for this. Just myself with 3 girls on the list should not have been a problem. Had to do something new this time and check in at LA Tan in the palms (that was weird #1) as i never did this and was given a ticket that looked like i was going to see Shrek at the movies. Did the usual and got to the rope to find the Clipboard Master to drop a name and was told that these dumb ass tickets i got from La Tan still made me wait in line (weird #2) as why make previous arrangements to stand in line? So since im anti Disneyland lines i gave security a $50 shake and got passed that hurdle. Then when i got to the register... guess what i had to pay $25 to get in (weird #3). Im sorry but this has never happened in the past when dealing with the promoters ahead of time and making sure i kept their guy girl ratios in mind and favorable toward the girls obviously. So $75 bucks later im in Ghost Bar...and a little annoyed. \nFirst round of drinks i worked toward the outside bar to the left only to find out that they dont have Seagram's 7 for my 7&7... say WUT! Really? Your gonna charge me $15 for a drink and you cant even carry the basic essentials behind your bar... fine ill take a Maker's Mark and coke which was made horribly as i like to enjoy my drinks and this was WAY too strong. The second round was bought at the main bar where they had everything and made alright but the wait was retarded, as it would be way more efficient if they stocked the outdoor bars properly. \nBeside the negatives Ghost Bar still obviously remains to be a great view of the city with a decent DJ at times and an overall decent feel. But could be improved upon quite a bit to make the place worth spending the $15/ drink prices a more enjoyable experience. This was my last run to Ghost Bar since the issues at the door were slightly embarrassing and honestly ridiculous, i dont know if i have N9NE Group to thank for that or the actual bar/club but either way ill spend my money elsewhere where the service is more appreciative. I think Ghost Bar needs to take a step back and improve upon a few things but doubtful that will happen. 4 The concept of this place is very simple. You come in, you sit down, you grab whatever you want to eat and each dish is color priced. The highest price I believe is 2.50. I got 5 plates of food and a drink and that ended up to be $7. That's it. Cheap sushi! Best of all, although the sushi isn't perfect, its pretty damn good for what you are paying for and the experience. It was simply delicious, i'm coming back! 5 This is a hidden gem and I shouldn't be spreading the word! Traveling with my wife and two kids on a Saturday, we used the curbside drop off at the 44th st and Washington station. There was not another traveler in sight. We headed up to the second floor to us the early bag check and again no one in line. Checked our bags, flying Southwest, and headed to the train. It arrived in less then a minute and we were in terminal 4 in 10 minutes. Seriously this is the only way to go if you are flying out of terminal 4. 3 Went there pre-Suns game last night to check it out. It is definitely a nice place to go before a game for some cocktails. The classic martini is only 5 bucks! Unfortunately, the service was very poor. We ordered a bruschetta appetizer and two meals. The meals came and the waitress came over to apologize that she forgot to put in the appetizer. She ended up bringing it when we were 2/3 done with our meal...so, obviously not craving or hungry for it. Regardless, she still charged us despite admitting to her mistake. This was annoying and our tip adjusted for this poor decision. The food was ok- nothing special. I ordered the roast beef sandwich and it was quite bland. I think I would have rather eaten a burger at hard rock before the game, but the drinks were good. 5 I will give this LV a 5 star because of the great service I received from ALEJANDRO HERNANDEZ. He was kind, helpful, and patient. I went in there in my UCLA sweater and Nike Shox, but I knew what I wanted so I did not mind getting immediate attention like I do at the LV's in South Coast or Beverly Hills. A particular chubby, hairy, sales girl walked right by me, and went to help a caucasian couple. They made her pull out all kinds of handbags but they ended up buying NOTHING HA !! Then sweetheart Alejandro came out and showed me a few handbags that I liked. I was pleased with his service. I just wish that this Louis Vuitton store had more Alma MM handbags... 2 Very friendly staff but I honestly liked the poutine at Burger King better. It is VERY cheap to eat here I suppose but you get what you pay for. If you usually eat high quality all beef hotdogs you will not enjoy the bland mystery meat pink mess they sell. I am not jewish but I have a whole new respect for kosher hot dogs now. If you are only in montreal for a couple days maybe there is higher quality food you would prefer to eat. This stuff was not easy to digest. 5 Ok here I am again.....on really short notice and I was taken care of immediately! So happy that this place is open late. Thank you Elaine and Vivian for all of the great customer service and nail artistry. 2 First off, the food is not bad here, not great but would give it B+.\n\nThe problem is the noise level; it is horrific. We sat in banquets by the kitchen and heard every order 3 times and every pan bang. As if this is not enough noise, they play cheesy music soooo loud. 2 Terrible. Just Terrible. \n\nAwful service. Comically horrible band. Way too many TVs. Music too loud and dumb. \n\nSolid beer selection though 1 This place is the rip off of all rip offs. My boyfriend and I decided to go there for lunch over the summer. We ordered drinks from the bar, ridiculously priced for a restaurant during the day, $9.50 for some mojitos? Come on. They weren't that good. \nNow we were starving when we arrived, I ordered the tilapia and asparagus and he order the meatloaf and potatoes. \nWe received our food and he dug in right away. I just sat and looked at mine. \n\n\"Fourteen dollars for this? How much was yours, eleven dollars?\" \nMy boyfriend looks at my plate and could only say, \"That's it?\" \n\nHe received a FULL plate of meatloaf and the other half of mashed potatoes. I had six stalks of asparagus and a piece of fish the size of a child's hand. That was it. \n\nI called the waiter over and asked him if all the fish were this size and he said he thought so and there was nothing wrong with my meal. I asked him if this was worth $14 to him and he said he thought so. I told him, \"I'm not from Scottsdale, I would like to see the manager.\" \n\nThe manager walks over and proceeds to actually argue with me about the food saying that it is perfectly fine. I said, \"It may be fine, it may taste great, but I'm still going to be hungry after this $14 meal. I would at least like another piece of fish.\" \nHe tells me for $6 he could get me one more piece of fish and I tell him I'm not paying that for another piece this size. \n\nAt this point my boyfriend is offering me his food, but that's not what I wanted. \n\nFinally I tell the manager just take it back, I'm sorry to see you toss that but you are doing nothing to satisfy this customer. He literally did nothing but argue with me. \n\nI wasn't trying to get a free meal, I just wanted to get what I was paying for. \n\nRude people, overpriced food, crappy bar. \nTake your business somewhere else. 4 Getting a pedicure here was awesome! I was in Phoenix for a wedding and stopped by here for a pedicure. I was seated in a chair immediately and got the one of the pedi packages that came with the callous remover, scrub and hot stone rocks. The lady who did my nails was friendly and did a great job. \n\nThis is a good place to get your nails done and they give you a discount if you pay in cash instead of card. 1 Nothing has worked in this location which is convenient and has good parking because each horrific incarnation at this spot is trying to be some kind of snooty, trendy place to attract the \"in\" crowd. Word, the \"in\" crowd went bust on credit card debt. If you want to survive, cater to real people who care about what they are eating. \n\nI was dragged here against my better judgment while attending a meeting in Scottsdale. The place was empty at 7pm. That indicates there is usually a reason. The snooty hostess seated the group but I was already smelling something I did not like. It's an odor one finds in a Mexican restaurant that uses it's oil way too long and has other kitchen issues. The decor is bizarre for a Mexican place and the menu is trying too hard to impress. When I saw the runny plastic goo called chile con queso come out that several had ordered and smelled the stale chips, I actually faked a phone call to get out of there. I had my own car and headed to a bar I know downtown that has never let me down. \n\nThe next day I polled my compadres about dinner and impressions ranged from \"just ok\" to \"awful\". I'm indigenous Mexican and pretty hard to please so I'll let those comments tell the story, but if you want real Mexican food, go to the deli at Food City at McKellips and get a green chile burrito and some salsa quemada. $1.29, smells good and tastes good. Skip the $18 entrees and Papi Chulos altogether. 4 I went to this place on a weekday to avoid the crowds. the food came out fast as the dim sum ladies are very good and hits everyone table. food choice was excellent. the fried shrimp dumpling was excellent as well as the haw gaw and si mui. the place is very nice and clean , large dining room and easy parking . excellen choice for out of towners 4 I like the ambience. The pineapple mojitos were very good. Fresh crushed pineapples. I liked the frito misto and the ribeye steak. We asked for medium-well, but was served almost close to a well done. It was still good. Good seasoning. I was not a fan of the butternut squash soup. Too sweet for me. I would come back when I'm in Vegas, but there are so many restaurants to try! 1 I was really excited to check this place out. The menu looked pretty awesome when I checked it out online. Reviews here, to sum up, seemed to be pretty mixed, with one's experience tied pretty closely to ordering the right things on the menu. Armed with knowledge gleaned from other reviews, the lady and I rolled over there on a Friday night at 7:00pm.\n\nThe parking lot was a ghost town. There were two tables being served. Not a good sign, but hey, let's give it a shot.\n\nWe were immediately greeted by a friendly young guy who took us to a table of our choosing. We were also immediately greeted by a NASTY smell in the air. It smelled like someone dropped a deuce under a table. Five days earlier. This eau de outhouse permeated the entire restaurant. I'm not the kind of guy who is up for making a big deal out of things. I was fully prepared to try and ignore it and have some dinner. The lady? Not so much.\n\n\"Ummmm.... excuse me. Do you smell that?\"\n\nOur host/server sheepishly replied, \"Haha... yeah, I guess I'm just kind of used to it. It comes and goes around here. It's the whole area.\"\n\nNow, I'm not a huge fan of the East Side in general, but come on. The parking lot smelled fresh as a daisy by comparison. There is clearly something horribly wrong with this building, and I hope that the young owners of Nosh and Swig have an attorney to help them get out of whatever ugly lease they are tied up in. \n\nAfter he said he'd be back to take our drink orders, we held our breath, and made a beeline for the front door.\n\nI feel awful for them - and I hope they can get into another location. One that doesn't smell like the parking garage of the Four Queens. Two tables at prime time on a Friday night? How many more Fridays can they possibly have in that space? 4 i really didnt expect this much from THIS mall. it didnt look like much from the outside, but i was pleasantly surprised. the design of the palce is pretty cool. this probably isnt the best shopping considering all the shopping options in vegas. i would say this is a better shopping option for the younger generation. its also conveniently located right on the strip. right across the street from bellagio and connects to the planet hollywood casino. you can just walk down from your hotel room if youre staying in planet hollywood. \n\nthey a lot of the popular stores like H&M, footlocker, champs, urban outfitters, etc. also a lot of good eats like oyster bay, ocean one, and blondies.\nits also a good hangout for watching basketball games haha. they have a circular bar right in the middle of the mall with 4 plasmas. the LA FAKERS and celtics were playing on christmas day, a large crowd just hung around there and cheered loudly for their team, cool vibe 2 I had a muffin and coffee, both were fine. Lots of offerings food-wise. The place looks nice and sort of retro industrial inside. \n\nThe wifi situation however is mediocre. Just two free hours, and the signal is weak. It's a last resort type of place for studying. 4 This place is old, but it's kept up and still looks nice. What I liked most was that it's connected to the shopping center and a lot of good eats. Cheesecake Factory! We didn't do much gambling here since there were no promos. \n\nI will come back for Celine Dion! I must see her in concert. I believe she's there for another 3 years. 3 I have gone there a few times now because friends have chosen it. The food is ok. It is very inconsistent on taste and the look of the meals. Prices are reasonable for what you get. Always seem to run into people I know there so others do seem to like it more than I do! 3 I think this restaurant was the first one I bookmarked for our trip to Vegas. Huge portions, crazy menu, sold. The fact that we didn't have to travel off the strip to eat at it, was even better.\n\nWe made the epic trip down the strip to find this location. There seemed to be a huge lineup of people waiting for tables but we were told around 40 minutes for a table of 4. You're given your little buzzer (that doesn't work down on the casino floor) and then you wait. They both scream out your name and collect your buzzer, and if you're not there when they do so, off the list you go. Our wait was around that time but when it's 2pm and this is your breakfast, that time seems like an eternity.\n\nService was quite sparse, though our waiter was very nice. We placed our order for drinks and two came out right away, and the other two (bar beverages) took about 15 minutes. 15 minutes for a bottled beer and a margarita. Then we waited for our food and it must have taken close to an hour. The menu says that it make take a little while but after the wait for the table, this was a lot.\n\nI got a burger, stuffed with mushrooms and cheese, and a side salad. The burgers are huge and very messy to eat. Have lots of napkins! The meat isn't seasoned and so really it's just a very big average burger. The dressing on the salad was delicious and I think that was my favorite part of the meal.\n\nThe other meals at the table were fine but nothing was seasoned very well and it was all kinda meh. Portions are unnecessarily huge and they'll gladly box your leftovers up for you. Again, it took a long time for the bill to come and so by the time we left, it was after 4pm.\n\nIf you want to feed a family of 4 with one plate of food, this is your place. Prices are very reasonable but try to hit them at a slow time and be prepared to wait a long time for your food. 1 Tried to go here twice, both on Friday nights. They were closed at 9:00 on one Friday night. The second Friday night, we got there at 6:30 and were told the grill was closed because 'it had to cool down for an hour before they closed.' So bizarre.\n\nOnce you learn it used to be a carwash, you'll have a hard time imagining it any other way. 2 Very pricey for what you get, but it's tasty. Service is slow, partly due to the fact that the customers in front of you are drunk. 5 Wow. All I have to say is I was beyond impressed.beautiful and talented dancers and acrobats. Amazing music, and the best moves! Props were beyond cool, and the special effects show midshow was astonishing. I didn't want to leave, and now I am depressed its not the 60s. And that ill never see the Beatles live. GET BACK!! Get back Beatles. I know. That's. never going to happen :( the boutique had some cool items!! I wanted everything. 4 3 1/2 stars \nOn our first try I wasn't bowled over but as I learn what to order this place really grows on me, its great having this place as a neighborhood restaurant. It's affordable and the food is pretty good overall ...and some dishes are surprisingly good. To start the so called lentil soup that comes with every entree is a lot more than the name implies. It's a mixed veggie, curry, split peas etc etc soup, perfect for a chilly night. The shrimp Madras is very good - when they asked 1 to 5 how hot I said 6!! .. and they still had to bring me more hot sauce, typical of Charlotte. \n\nBut now the humble Chana (Chickpeas) Spinach Masala w/pomegranate, cardemon and spices is absolutely fragrant, spicy and delicious. This dish could be served in a fine restaurant.\n\nAnother surprise: I usually don't go crazy for Asian deserts but we shared a pudding of carrots, raisins, cashews, rice sugar and cream ( Halwah? ) that manage to taste very unusual, yet familiar and delish as well. \n\nAn Indian couple seem to own and run this place, the wife is the cook and she really aims to please. She came out to our table 3 times to talk to us although there were a fair amount of customers - mostly Indians. We had dinner there twice and I think this lady does her best with the vegetarian dishes. I tend to be a meat eater myself but I'll stick to their vegetarian menu in the future\n\nThey also have a decent wine selection for $5 a glass which doesn't hurt the dining experience. 5 Yes, just about every free-standing bar (meaning one that's not part of a hotel or something) tries to claim sports-bar status by littering their walls with big-screen TV's and tuning each to some different game. Well . . . see . . . anyone can do that, which is why it's popular. To make a REAL sports bar you need a management who develops sports as the raison d'etre of the place itself. And yes, I just used a fancy French phrase to philosophize about a sports bar.\n\nHazelwood's not only has large TV's on almost every vertical surface, they have TV's at every booth, just like truck stops in the old days had mini-jukeboxes. \n\nHazelwood's has good bar-fare at good prices on their menu, but also impressive specials that are only in effect during games. One of their beer specials when I visited was Widmer Hefeweizen. How often do you see that on special in other places?\n\nHazelwoods's not only welcomes local amateur sports teams, they sponsor a few, like the local rugby guys.\n\nHazelwoods will not only call you a cab if you over-imbibe, they also will shuttle you home in their own shuttle craft for free within a reasonable distance. This is putting their money within reasonable distance of their mouth, if you ask me.\n\nBut what is most important--and is most likely a result of the policies and features above--is the customer base. When I go into a sports bar and sit at the bar I want the guys next to me--strangers who just happen to be sitting there--to occasionally lean over and say in breathless excitement while staring me in the eye \"THE DIFFERENCE IN TIME OF POSSESSION IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE GAME WAS LESS THAN 5 MINUTES BETWEEN NEW YORK AND INDY!\" Seriously, this is important to me because just as people in a dancing bar should be fully involved with dancing, people in a sports bar should be fully involved with sports. And I find such running commentary helpful because I basically don't know shit about football.\n\nAlso, on the night I was there the rugby players were entertaining the whole bar with their profane gang-sings about necrophilia and such. This further contributed to the integrity of the impression. This is a sports bar full of sporty people.\n\nSo yes, Hazelwood's is a success and deservedly so. This is a SPORTS BAR. It's not an Applebee's, nor is it a dive with a lot of TV's. If you enjoy the spirit of the rabid spectator and can share the excitement of those who thrill to vicarious participation, you should go to this place. 4 I had a fabulous veggie burger. The prices are crazy high, and the meals are super large, so I would suggest splitting your order with a friend. The fries are delish too, don't pass them up, I almost did. My sis had the reuben and loved it, but it was pretty stacked up with meat. Free refills on soda, thank goodness. 5 So I'll admit. I was totally skeptical of the yelp reviews - com'on nearly a 5-star star rating with over 3000 reviews for hot sandwiches!?!! Well I'm not really into sandwiches, but dang, the sandwiches at Earl of Sandwich are amazingly tasty and flavorful and perfectly warmed! Came here on a weekday, mid-afternoon. The line wasn't too bad. You place your order, pay and then they give you a little buzzer to let you know when your order is ready for pick up. We ordered Earl's Club and Hawaiian BBQ, along with sides of regular plain mac n cheese and mac n cheese with bacon. The sandwiches were amazing!!! The mac n cheese with bacon is a must-have. The turkey chili is not worth getting... It's a bit watery in my opinion. BUT, make sure you get a cookie for dessert. They have chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, sugar and recently added peanut butter. I got an oatmeal raisin cookie and I swear it was the best oatmeal raisin cookie I've ever had. Their banana but muffin is pretty good, too!!Definitely check this place out when you're in Vegas. Totally worth the hype! :) 3 Met up with frien

Rating Review 1 First of all i'm not a big fan of buffet, i tried it because we got a $50 credit for staying here at Monte Carlo in Las Vegas and my friend wanted it so I gave it a chance. Decent taste and There wasn't enough variety of food, service wasn't that great either. so it still doesn't change my mind about buffet. 2 Thanks Yelp. I was looking for the words to describe this place and Meh seems fitting.\n\nPlayboy club is located under Moon at the Palms. We got in for free thanks to the promoter hookup we got. First you can't take glassware from Moon down to Playboy. Security will take your glass and transfer the contents over to a plastic cocktail cup making you feel like you are a four year old when all of the big kids downstairs have real glassware.\n\nThere are a couple of tables here to gamble along with some video poker machines at the bar in the back of the club. The atmosphere here is relaxed and seems to cater to an older (40+) crowd. the bunnies here looked miserable, and complained about working. YOU ARE A PLAYBOY BUNNIE!! For the love of god TRY to be happy!\n\nI wouldn't come back here if I had to pay to get in, Playboy is rather small, though intimate. There is limited seating available here, and little to no dancing. Stick to here if you want to be able to hear your date and have a relaxing time. Go somewhere else if you are looking to party it up. 3 Service was so-so. They were receiving a delivery so that might have to do with it. Food was hot and fresh, but we did not do AYCE. The shrimp tempura was good, but the zucchini was a bit oily. 3 Stamoolis Brothers is one of the Strip District storefronts, specializing in Greek and Mediterranean imports. They have a good selection of olives, a decent cheese selection, a variety of ready-made dips and spreads which are pretty tasty, and some harder-to-find specialty items like rose water, pomegranate molasses, different grinds of bulgur wheat, bulk fava beans, etc. You can also get packaged bulk nuts, dried fruits, etc. When I go in here, it's usually because I'm looking for feta cheese or Greek-style yogurt.\n\nThis place is pretty good. A couple times I've had some problems getting yogurt here, since they have a tendency to keep the yogurt on the shelf until it's almost at its sell-by date, but on the other hand, they have the cheapest price on Fage yogurt that I've seen in town thus far. My mom loves a lot of their dips and spreads, so I get snacks from here a lot when she's in town. The one caution I have (besides the yogurt) is that they sell an inferior brand of canned tomatoes here, which gives off a very strong flavor of metal and ruins your meal. 1 I want to give a 2 stars because the service staff was friendly and good as well as ambience was decent. But we came here for food not to meet the staff. Food was just really mediocre, not even hot. The hashbrowns taste pre-cut and frozen. The \"real maple syrup\" is just a maple syrup blend. I could make a lot better food myself. We had pancakes, bacon, and the wolf pack. All the prices were way too high with food that's more on par with denny's. Would rather IHOP across the street. Unfortunately it looks like another lackluster joint resides here (before nypd pizza). 3 I don't understand all the hype around this place. Yes it was on TV, but so what? \n\nEach time I go I am disappointed by something. For example, the salmon is typically undercooked and lacking seasoning. I love salmon so I tried it a few times hoping it would improve, but it didn't. Last time, instead of salmon I ordered a grilled wedge salad. It was covered in oil which made it inedible. \n\nThey also almost always mess something up in our take out order. Usually it is something small like giving us regular fries instead of garlic fries, but hey, we pay extra for the garlic! It is frustrating. \n\nIn my opinion, the food at the Coffee Shop next door is much better. 2 Two stars for the sandwiches, negative three stars for them never answering their phone. 5 I take my kids here at least two times a week. The staff is sweet and topping selection is awesome! My daughter got the Captain Crunch yogurt and we could not believe how it tasted exactly like the cereal. We love to play with flavor combos every time. 2 So I have been to Hickory Tavern many many times before. I am actually suprised I havent reviewed it until now. The view of the city is incredible and it is conveniently located in the Met, so we usually hit it before a Trader Joe's grocery shopping trip! \n\nUsually my husband and I get the Build Your Own Salads. 6 ingredients for $9. The oriental dressing is amazing and bacon and avocado on a salad is just A-mazing. In addition, I love that Hickory has Red Oak on tap. They have alot of local beers on draft and I love that about a restaurant.\n\nHowever, this review is more specifically directed to a situation we had today for lunch at HT. My husband and I decided to grab our typical BYO salads. I don't know what was going on but it took a long time to get our food. 25-30 minutes to get a salad is kinda crazy (I mean there wasnt even any cooked meat on it.....all raw ingredients!).Our waitress was super sweet though and came by saying that she had no idea why we hadn't gotten our food yet and that it should be there soon. We finally got our salads and dug in.....yummy dressing! However, about half way into the salad, my husband looks up and pulls out a piece of cardboard from his salad. It was about 2 inches by a half inch. Gross. We have both worked in the food industry and know that those boxes are dragged across the floor when being brought in. All I could picture is that nasty cardboard piece being spread across that whole (since the dressing was tossed into the salad). \n\nThe waitress was, once again, very sweet and didnt really know what to do and grabbed her manager. The manager came out and was talking about boxing up the salad to go. I am assuming she was talking about boxing up a new salad and not the one with the cardboard in it....I dont know. She also offered us a free brownie. Honestly, we didnt really want any other food at the time. They did comp his salad (which was very sweet, hence the 2 stars instead of 1) and charged me for mine. It was just kinda weird. I mean she did apologize but it just came across like it wasnt a big deal. \n\nKinda frustrating that we had this happen cause we LOVED going to Hickory Tavern in the past! I'm not sure if we will be back soon, simply cause I keep picturing that nasty piece of cardboard. Plus, there are so many other places to eat in the Met! 1 On 28 June 2013 I checked into the Riviera Hotel and casino until 5 July 2013. After being placed in a downgraded room because my room wasn't available I got settled into room 3533. \nOn 30 June 2013 I went to turn on the floor lamp inside the room and I got a very powerful electric shock. My right hand and arm has very little feeling other than tingling now. I reported the incident immediately to the front desk. A security guard came up to my room and I filed an incident report. She assured me that Risk Management would call me. She took the lamp and told me maintenance would replace the lamp. The lamp wasn't replaced. After going to the ER I was diagnosed with Electric Shock Injury and was told feeling may never come back. I tried calling risk management every day. Finally after 2 days I went to the front desk and demanded to speak to someone regarding my injury. The manager, Debbie, came up and offered to refund my resort fees totaling $115.00 to make up for me losing the feeling in my arm by their faulty equipment in the room. They then upgraded me to the room I was supposed to have the whole time since I paid for an upgraded room. On 4 July 2013 housekeeping came to the room around 11 am. I told her I didn't need housekeeping and she said \"ok\" and walked away. We left the room around 1:00 and returned around 2:30pm. Upon returning to the room none of the 4 keys we had worked. I went down to the front desk and they gave me 4 more keys. I went back to my room and those keys didn't work. I went back down but this time to the bell desk. I explained what happened and how I already got 4 new keys. He said he'd help and he followed me to my room. His key didn't work. He said something had to be wrong with the lock or mechanism so he left and went to engineering. 30 minutes later 2 security guards (1 male in a black suit and the female security who originally took my injury report) arrived at my room. They told me I was locked out of my room because housekeeping came in to clean and saw my BB gun I had in my room. He told me firearms aren't allowed in the building. I had kept my BB gun in my safe which I kept locked. I told the security how I had told housekeeping I didn't need service earlier. I also told him how my BB gun, which isn't a firearm because it does not use combustion to fire a projectile instead uses air, was locked in my safe and asked how the maid saw my gun and also why was she coming back after I told her I didn't want her in my room. He then told me I was to leave the premises and was banned or \"86'd\". It took security an additional 30 minutes to get into my room because the door wasn't unlocking. The security guard kept trying to egg me on and asking \"Do you have a chip on your shoulder?\" \"Are you mad?\" \"Why are you mad?\" He had to be asked to leave by the other security guards because he wouldn't stop egging me on. Once inside I saw my safe had been pried open, my BB gun was sitting on top of the safe and the do not disturb sign that was on the door was sitting next to the safe. All the money I had in the safe was taken. I requested to file a report and I was told Risk Management would call me Monday. They never called. They didn't refund me for my extra night stay. I filed a police report with Las Vegas Metro Police. I will never stay at the Riviera. I will never recommend anyone, not even my worst enemy to stay at the Riviera Hotel and Casino Las Vegas!!\n\nAttached is a video taken while security tried to fix the door the broke.https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151779810399913&l=1311073713539322341 3 I have tried Jimmy John's once before and wasn't impressed by my sandwich. After ordering it along with a group of coworkers and trying something else I must say it has raised the bar for my Jimmy John's experience. Still not my favorite sub place but I definitely love the convenience of delivery when I don't have time to go for lunch. The bread is a little tougher than I prefer sometimes but their avocado spread is pretty tasty! 1 We have been there many times I from 8pm to 11 pm. This is the worst I have ever seen for a restaurant ( Sonic ). SLOW, the girl at the window needed change and the guy was busy on his iPhone looked at her like don't bother me. Took for ever to get 2 Bergers. The owner should take a good look at who is working for him. If this is the best he can do he better look at himself SAD. 4 A must go to for any meal. First off the decor is super trendy and my favorite color...purple! A great place for a date night. My friend and I stopped here after dinner and ordered desert crepes. I had the classic crepe with added strawberries (heaven) and she had the William tell (awesome). I can't say enough about how melt in your mouth these both were. Be aware, they are super sweet and worth sharing. However I found myself finishing off mine and then eating my friends too. The warm, tart apples were perfection paired with the caramel drizzle and my nutella was melted perfectly inside the yummy crepe and strawberries. Complimentary water and or cucumber water is served to wash it all down but next time I'll definitely try the mimosas or one of the many sodas. \nThere is a great selection of dinner crepes too that I'm dying to try! 2 Nothing special. Probably 4 stars if you're drunk late at night. Funny how that improves just about any restaurant. If you're a tourist looking to try a classic Quebec poutine you should look elsewhere for the magical experience. 5 Ok, so I've only been twice now but the service is amazing and better yet, the food is totally on par with my favorite Thai haunt, Komol, or wait for it....even better! I can't wait to keep trying more things on the menu! They have an entire separate vegetarian/vegan menu to explore. I love this place! 3 Happy hour is great here at this restaurant....However you can tell they are part of a big chain working to cut costs where they can.....We tried dinner there last night....The Filet was very dry for med rare ....I have had better on my own grill purchased from a local grocery.....The shrimp cocktail is supposed to be huge shrimp as an appetizer for $17.00 and these were quite small, .the kind you would find commonly anywhere. with no flavor...The single loaf of bread was cold and the outside of it was not crispy....The butter options were good though....My other half enjoyed the salmon and it was cooked perfectly...Overall for the price of dinner, I would not go back....HOWEVER I would do happy hour there again.....The happy hour menu is good and the prices are great.... I DO WANT TO SAY THE STAFF AND MANAGEMENT ARE IMPECCABLE....TRAINED WELL AND GO OUT OF THEIR WAY TO INSURE YOUR EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST IT CAN BE..... 1 Almost $10 for a \"meh\" sandwich and tiny cup of iced tea (that came out of a jug....I saw them refill the \"tea\" machine). I appreciate the effort to have something healthy and organic in a mall food court, but for the price and lack of flavor I'll just go somewhere else. 4 I love this place. The food is great and SUPER healthy. They have tons of vegan and gluten free options. Its great this time of year when you can sit outside and eat. 3 Established in 1958, Los Compadres has been offering Phoenix classic Mexican food at great prices for over 50 years. Here you will find the Mexican food standards tacos, nachos, enchiladas, tamales, burros etc. made fresh to order. In addition, they have egg specialties, salads, charbroiled chicken, and their something different selections... They have 10 combos that include 2-3 items each for under $8 and lighter combos for under $5. Los Compadres is a excellent alternative to the fast food chains claiming to serve Mexican food. Catering services and party trays are also available. Their hours are Monday through Saturday 10:30am to 9pm and Sundays 10:30am to 7:30pm. 2 First, I came here with a coupon from one of those entertainment books my daughter's school sells. Many items were excluded including the lunch specials and the menudo. Apparently, to be truly Mexican you have to enjoy eating a cow's stomach in soup -- menudo. So Eli M. and I vowed to return one day. Ah, yes, I am not even a little Mexican, but suffer from a proclivity to try unusual foods others turn up their noses at. Enter Groupon.\n\nHaving purchased a Groupon that excluded the lunch specials, but not the menudo, Eli M. and I, with some friends in tow, made our return. I told Eli M. that menudo costing less than $7 seemed a little dubious given the extensive perpetuation process he described, but we didn't let a little thing like that deter us. As the menudo was cheaply priced, I also ordered a chorizo burrito a la carte. I was trying to max out the Groupon, and soup, regardless of the contents, didn't seem that filling. Eli M. doesn't eat much and was satisfied with just a medium sized bowl of menudo. In terms of taste however, he said that it was okay. He said it was too greasy, which is what our friends also said of their food. Moreover, they have Pepsi instead of Coke. And the location is a bit out off the quick lunch radius. So, it looks like Eli M. and I will max out at two visits to Susie's. Thanks for the menudo. 2 The menu displayed on urban spoon must be very old. The prizes are higher, than we researched before. Staff is friendly. The soups must be based on an instant brew. I ordered a wantang soup and it was terrible. I could taste the chemical taste of the instant brew. It was very bland. Knowing how good a lotus stem salad usually tastes, I ordered one. Again, I felt like I wasted 10$. The sauce was terribly bland, too sweet and too sour at the same time. Also, they used way too much celery. I was very disappointed and felt like I wasted my time and money. I felt this place was WAAAY to over-prized for what they offer. And I didn't feel that it tasted authentic or refreshing like Vietnamese food usually tastes. The menu was just the same as in Lang Van. I did see Asian people in the restaurant. So, it must be somewhat decent. The food doesn't have a \"restaurant feel\", but more an \"American-Asian fast food feel\".They should restructure the portions and prizing. I will never return. 1 This review is based on the fact that it's in Vegas. My group wanted to go here for lunch. They wanted a light lunch before the buffet we were planning to have later that day. So Sonics was agreed upon (with them.)\n\nI was hesitant to go to a Sonics when we were at Vegas. We could get this anywhere, anytime, so why now? But I agreed, we needed a light lunch and why not have it cheap while at it.\n\nUnfortunately, it wasn't too cheap. You can't just get one of their $1 burgers cuz they're tiny and you'll still be starving afterwards. So I got the large chili cheese fries to split also.\n\nThe burgers... sucked. Even for a dollar, they sucked. Badly. The chili cheese fries... WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYY overly salty. Like, I was tempted to drench it in ketchup to dilute the salt. Horrible. Don't go to Vegas for fast food, if you do, don't go here. There's an In N Out a few miles away... 5 Fabulous! I cannot say how wonderful this little place was.\n\nTucked away in the heart of downtown Phoenix, the Squash Blossom is a little sleepy cafe that serves breakfast and lunch and as of October liquor as well. In the same corridor as the Irish Pub, Squash Blossom has the most simplistic decor and it's just right. Canopies outside shade diners from the AZ sun and for me, the rare AZ rain. \nI order the Turkey BLT with sweet potato fries. My intern ordered the Backyard Bacon Blue Burger with a veggie patty replacement. They were very cooperative with replacing the patty and each our plates came with the most delicious chocolate chip cookie that was oh so very soft and moist.\n\nThe waitress was very nice and attentive. The patio had a small troff of garden veggies outside so you know this place values sustainability. My co-worker ordered the spinach salad to go and when we brought it to her she inhaled it so I think the whole menu is good to go. I cannot wait to go back! 5 I've never met a chile relleno I didn't like, and the one at Taqueria Canonita was especially creative and interesting. The vegetarian entrees at most Mexican restaurants can be dull, but not here. \n\nMy boyfriend and I ordered the chile relleno, served with roasted vegetables and jicama salad, and the wild mushroom enchiladas served with borracho beans and rice. The chile relleno was stuffed with a mixture of dried fruit, almonds, and cheese, and the contrast between sweet and savory was a party in my mouth. The salad was light and the orange dressing was a refreshing surprise. The enchiladas were drenched with a velvety poblano sauce, and combined with the mushrooms, the enchiladas just slid down my throat. The borracho beans were a smoky kidney beans with a hint of chili powder. Oh, and don't skip the chips and fire roasted salsa; it's so good that you'll want to drink it straight from the bowl.\n\nFor dessert, we shared the Ancho Brownie, garnished with pepita ice cream. This ancho infused brownie was ooey, gooey, and very fudgy. \n\nThe ambiance is nice for people watching, and the restaurant's location next to the canal gives the illusion that you are dining outside. It can be a bit noisy, but all in all, I'd eat here again. 4 Cute, quaint coffeehouse with delicious sandwiches, amazing yogurt concoctions. Their sandwiches are stacked high and with the best cuts of meat and vegetables and what not. They make different sandwiches and menu items daily. \n\nI happened upon this place after missing my bus stop one day, and oh boy, it's the best this side of town has to offer. And the owner has been there every time I've stopped in and is so friendly and helpful. It's rare to meet an owner who exceeds customer service expectations, but she does. \n\nIf I lived on this side of town, and was independently wealthy, I'd go there every.single.day.\n\nIt's more business folks and affluent types here, so if you're looking for 20-somethings on their laptops, that's not really the type that frequents curbside. \n\nOh, I've only had their chai lattes, so can't speak to how great the coffee is, but I will update this once I try the coffee. 3 Even though the place is almost empty there are still enough people to watch. I'm going to order the all you can eat pancakes. My wife ordered wings and a house salad. Apparently 7pm is the dinner hour for older Charlotteans. The front of the restaurant was almost full. Service was slow but there were only two servers Matt & Tiffany. Tracey was the night manager. We go there to hang out & kill a few hours so slow service doesn't matter really to us anymore. The thing I really hate is the way that the food is presented. It looks nothing like it does on the menu. 2 We ordered the Spinach Linguini (take out)... this dish was nothing but linguini and a few pieces of spinach and maybe 3 small pieces of chicken. I'm appalled the cost ($13.95) of this dish considering it was only pasta. The only reason this review gets two stars is because the flavor was decent. This is our second time getting ripped off by Times Square! We were willing to give them a second try but regret it. WE WILL NOT BE BACK! 3 I'm trying to decide -- when it comes to pizza, am I a crust person or a topping person? If I am the latter, then I would say that the toppings we tried on three different pizzas were all good but could have been more plentiful. We especially liked the artichoke and olive pizza. Whatever exotic cheeses the chefs put on the pizzas are terrific but are just dotted on. I left the restaurant last night feeling crusty, which is to say I love the wood-fired, slightly burned, soft-on-the-inside crust. So much so that I almost finished off the crust left on my carb-watching daughter's plate. We'll see where things fall in the great crust/topping dilemma next time I visit. 5 Not a bad place to go for a little shopping. I found good deals here. Good customer service. 2 We don't seem to exist here. The service was horrible. Sat at the bar right in front of the bartender who was too busy cleaning glasses to acknowledge us. I'm usually rather patient about these types of things, as I know they have other tasks to accomplish, however, it was NOT busy at all and it wasn't like she didn't see us. She just gave us the impression that she would get around to taking our order when she felt like it...which was certainly not any time soon. It was awkwardly rude and strange behavior. If I weren't new to the area (and my guest from out of town) I would have thought she was an old enemy from days gone by. 4 I came here for lunch, and for $20 it was well worth it. They had a pretty good selection of food, and everything I had was great. Near the back, you will drool as you watch the cooks grill tasty meats. There was also the standard king crab legs and shrimp, even for lunch. A few things that stood out for me were the pot pies and the custom-made crepes. I think I'll have to come back here during dinner for round 2. 4 You must come hungry! There are so many choices, so best to do walk thru first to see what is on offer. Nothing worse than piling lots of food on your plate you won't eat, then getting another plate to try other dishes.\nMy husband doesn't eat meat, gluten, and dairy, so the chef took him for a tour to show him the vegan dishes. So nice this is offered! \nThe dessert is also abundant, do a walk thru with this too. My favorite was the gelato, around 5-6 different flavors. Loved the vanilla bean and coffee. \nI'd come back to this buffet. For all that is offered the price is reasonable. Add $15 for unlimited sparking wine, wine, and beer. I didn't choose it, but it's nice they have that option! 5 My new favorite pho spot! So glad I discovered this a few weeks ago. I may never drive to Spring Mountain for pho again!\n\nThe pho is top notch with a very flavorful delicious broth and a pretty generous serving. I tried the Bun Bo Hue for the very first time anywhere and now I'm hooked. I usually get the Crispy Imperial Rolls to start off then a nice steaming bowl of one of their savory soups along with a nice Thai ice tea to finish things off. \n\nThe staff is very nice and friendly and are always very attentive. The restaurant is small but cozy and I've never had to wait for a seat so I can straight to the food! I definitely will be a regular here! 1 Basically, do NOT live here. Management says they have no record of break-ins, yet I was the one who told them about 2 specifically, one being my own place. Horrible management, horrible noise, horrible neighbors. Yeah, the apartments are nice, but who cares about granite countertops when you can't even sleep at night?! 3 visited Settebello yesterday for a to-go lunch order. I went with the \"settebello\" pizza ($13.50) - sausage, pancetta, mushrooms and pine nuts. After ordering, walked down to Rocket Fizz to pick-up a few \"artisan\" sodas. Returned just in time to pick up pizza and go my way.\n\nI felt the pizza was undercooked - very slight charring on the top of the pizza crust, The mozzarella was not melted, a boatload of pine nuts, yet very light on mushroom.. Still, the flavors were there - especially liked the sausage and the pancetta. I'm hoping this is simply a \" working out the kinks\" situation yet I wonder since at the time I entered the restaurant, I only saw 3 customers - what happens when there are 30 customers ???\n\nI'll return 5 We just love this place so much! Had another delicious bbq meal yesterday. We seem to have our favorites now. He always gets a huge brisket sandwich and the green chili stew, and I always get the half sausage, new potatoes, and cream of corn. *drool* \n\nOh! We also just found out they give military discounts for active or retired!\n\nService - excellent, food - wonderful, atmosphere - fun! This has become one of our favorite places. 2 Feast for the eyes, this old bank building is a cornucopia of mixed materials from glass to wood to concrete to steel to block to brick and astroturf. Dining a mixed bag, but you're sure to SEE something you like. [blink]\n\n--best seat in thehouse is the corner by the fire\n--bacchi (sp?) Ball court just like home vig location\n--hip urban feel which is difficult to find downtown.\n\n--great service, attentive and super friendly.\n--she even caught the bartender (it was hard to miss) shaking the shit out of my martini, stopped him and made him start over.\n\n--rib eye fatty, not trimmed, and in pieces. Horrible cut.\n--spinach puree very interesting, but doesn't work as presented. (Wants to surround the dish, not be shuffled off on the side)\n--so too go the potatoes. Gratin slightly burned and wants to be as elegant as the architectural lines of the building. Redesign this plate!\n--burger, although ordered medium, arrived charred but RAW!!\n--onion rings nothing to write home about.\n--banana bread pudding rich enough to serve 4. split it, or\n--hot fudge sundae. NICE!\n\nnot many places in town which are Hipster, Trendy, Romantic, Casual AND Classy. Nice hang out. 3 Decent airport, large, clean and seems to have a lot of decent restaurant options. We loved Blanco in the A-gate area!\n\nI've been here 3 times now - first time was a quick run through, second was a disaster in which I almost missed my flight because of crowds and confusion about which terminal to be in and this time was relatively nice cuz of the great restaurant.. The subsequent hour plus flight delay doesn't appear to be the fault of the airport, but more the fault of US Air, which I am quickly developing a healthy hatred for. 1 Papa John himself would be disappointed in the level of quality in the pizza's (3) that I received on 08/03/2013. I placed an order online from the 1010 E Desert Inn Rd. location for the special that they had for 3 medium/ 3 topping pizza's thinking that I will do something special for my wife, since she didn't eat anything at work. This was my first time I ever ate Papa John's. Everything was great when ordering and the delivery driver calling to let me know that she is 10 minutes away. When she arrive at our hotel at 7:20PM, I gave her a tip and accepted the pizza's without ever looking at them. As soon as I sat down with my wife in our hotel room, we looked at the pizza's and it looked like the pizza's were cold (cheese getting firm as if it were sitting out long). I called the Papa John's location and spoke with the manager around 7:30PM. He had offered to get new ones sent. I called back at 7:42PM asking the manager if we should give the old pizza's back to the driver that is coming to drop of the new pizza's, he then said that we didn't need to. So my wife and I were so hungry and waited for the pizza's to arrive. We had the opportunity to stare at the cold pizza's and realized how skimpy the toppings were and one of the pizza's looked burnt on the bottom. One pizza for example, had anchovies, chicken and onions. We couldn't even see the chicken and onions, so it looked like an anchovy pizza. I had time to take nice pictures of them. I called the Papa John's location again around 8:32PM. I was so upset that we haven't received the pizza's yet. They said that the driver went to the wrong address and should be there shortly and that the pizza's were piping hot out of the oven. I doubt that they were piping hot, especially arriving late. At 8:44PM, the driver called me and said that he was outside the hotel. I told him to send the pizza's back because it was late already, one hour and 14 minutes later from the time that I called at 7:30PM to get the replacement pizza's. I filled out a feedback form online at the Papa John's website the same night. It is already 08/07/13 and I still haven't received a call from who ever it may concern. I am sorry, but the way that Papa John talks about his business is different from what I experienced. The quality presented by his employee's do not match up to what his values are. I can't say that there were better ingredients if there were hardly any topping on the pizza's. 4 I totally agree with these positive reviews- old school Vegas style that us locals sometimes forget. It warm and inviting. And live music-- ya just never know who you'll bump into. And just wanted to suggest the pizza for tasty takeout-- far better than one of the pizza chains! Still quick and much better variety of toppings that are fresh not canned. And they love garlic like I LOVE garlic!! Yum mm my! 5 This place is very spacious and the price is very reasonable. I like this storage place, because it's nearby and has easy access whenever I need it. 5 The best homemade Filipino food since grandmas. The staff was so friendly it's been years since I've had that kind of food so they helped me order which was so helpful . 5 Lobster bisque was delicious\nLobster Salad was SUPERB\nCrab cakes were AWESOME\nSeabass was so buttery\nFilet was wonderful\nTuna tartar was fresh\nService was excellent\n\nTheres a private wine cellar room for private dining. Romantic and really cute spot.\n\nIm def returning for the food! 4 Before you ask what I was smoking when I gave this Friday's 4 Stars, hear me out.\n\nI came in here for a late dinner during the week. Probably around 9PM. It wasn't too crowded and we got to sit down right away.\n\nThe service was slow, I think they were probably spread thin. But our waiter was very friendly and other servers seem to help each other out.\n\nThe food was pretty tasty,(I may have been hungry), but never the less I thoroughly enjoyed my Jack Daniels Steak and Shrimp Dinner.\n\nIt did take a while for our food to come out which was surprising since there were not a lot of people in the restaurant, but I have no idea what the kitchen size/situation is for that place. 2 the food is great, almost always. However, the customer service is horrid, and has been for the past two years. I lived in Chicago previously, and frequented the PF Changs there. The wait staff's attentiveness at that location, which is 100 times busier, was much better. For the price, PF Changs should hire some better wait staff. It has turned us off of one of our favorite restaurants. 4 As you enter, the pungent odor of the BBQ smoke greets your nose. Most of the customers seem to be local regulars who come for takeout. A few simple booths and a small dining room, walk up ordering, not fancy in the least but great BBQ. We had the sample platter for 4 plus a rack of St. Louis Ribs, sides of hushpuppies fried okra and greens. The okra was our favorite. The ribs were great, as was the pulled pork. The chicken was good but not outstanding. Give it a try for a totally off the strip authentic experience. 2 Really good tacos.\nGeneric beer selection.\nHad a slow/rude/lazy Bartender. 2 Arrving at Sky Harbor at 1AM was not the issue (it was empty), but my departure back home was almost a complete wreck.\n\nSo apparently this weekend, Nascar (among 1,000 other things) was in town. I had a 12:40AM to ATL Monday morning. Leaving Hohokam Park around 9PM (about 6-7 miles from SH), I didn't get to the f'n car rental center (a whole different story) until 10:30. \n\nWho's genius idea was it to close the airport exit and re-direct traffic from a 4 lane to a one-lane bottleneck into the airport? That could have been the dumbest, most inefficient thing I have seen since DC shut the interstate near RFK. Traffic was unbelievable. And I didn't realize it took another 15 minutes to get to the car rental \"center\".\n\nAfter finally getting to the terminal, check in was slow, considering the amount of people they should have been expecting (they had red-eyes going to CHI, JFK, and ATL, amongst other places). Getting to security was ridiculous- I would have rather gotten a handy from TSA then the circus they were running. Apparently, waving my sunscreen in the air \"who's is this?\" I should have told them it was my buttplug. I told them, they said I could check it, but I couldn't let it go. Cya, sunscreen. \n\nAnother fascinating aspect was I had my cough syrup, hand sanitizer, and my lighter on me. They could care less about the lighter. The hand-gel - gone. And my syrup, they made me take my stuff, and open it, they were testing it for God-only-knows. They didn't care about checking my ID to make sure the contents were mine though, just to make sure it wasn't on their list? Is that not ass-backwards?\n\nFinally getting through, there wasn't shit open to eat or shop, a big no-no for people trying to get the hell home- I mean after taking 2 hours to go 6 miles that gets you hungry!\n\nThe actual airport itself was dated in some parts, but it was clean, its only saving grace.\n\nIMO, this place has a long ways to go to be a well oiled machine, which is a huge disappoinment being a gateway to the west. 1 It took 7 minutes to even greet us at the table. All the servers and hospos were up at the front looking at us while we were looking around for a server. To make matters worse during this 7 minutes the manager was check in with all the tables to see how everything was going and skipped our table completely. 5 Great old fashioned breakfast, nothing fancy just good ol' stick to your ribs grub. Good people working there to... I'm a regular now for sure. 1 I hate to say it but I agree with the other users. The cupcakes we received from a groupon were very bland, small, and not up to par with grocery store cakes or cupcakes. 2 Slow disorganized service. Food is ok but nothing special. Our fries were soggy like they had sat under a heat lamp for hours. The tuna melt was dry and the eggs and sausage were dry and bland. Will not return. 4 This place is tiny. Don't expect to eat in often. There's only 6 flavors available and that's really the only issue with this place. The fruit and dried toppings were good. I played it safe with Passion Fruit and loved it. Throw some kiwi, strawberries, pineapple, and gummi bears, I was set. \n\nI'd give this place another shot for another star. Hopefully they'll change their flavors up often. 2 We were hungry while waiting for our flight so we decided to give Pwi Wei a try. We ordered the Mandarin Kung Pao Chicken and Mongolian Steak. The food is extremely salty and greasy. The only good thing about this place is it's made-to-order so you know the food the food hasn't been sitting there for hours. 2 First let me start by saying I found Nathalie's by browsing groupon.Prior to purchasing the groupon I called to verify the detail and ensure it covered what I needed (grooming of a lab), I was told yes and set up an appt for the next day. Upon arrival I was told it does NOT cover the cut of a lab and I would incur an extra fee, I was slightly irritated since I had already spoken to someone prior to my purchase but I said ok and asked how much... The response was \"I didn't know you had a groupon, I'm not sure, I'll let you know\" I didn't like it being left open ended but thought it couldn't be more than $10-20 and I would still be getting a good deal so it's fine and I left her. Let me also add here that prior to leaving and when filling out my paperwork I alerted them my lab is older and her hips are bad to please be careful. A few hours later we came back to pick her up, I was told I needed to pay $35 more for the cut and because they had to hold her up to shave her. That's literally double the cost of the groupon I purchased! Also, my lab is old but she can stand and I have NEVER had a problem or been charged extra for grooming her bc of her age. We were told the normal price for a groom of a lab was $65 (we would be paying $70) and to consider it as getting the spa package for free which was actually supposed to already have been a part of the groupon I had purchased. I asked to speak with the groomer bc I was not paying an extra $35... I agreed to pay extra for the cut but I refused to pay double, I was told she had no idea I had a groupon (not sure why that even matters, a groom is a groom regardless of the payment) no idea it was a lab, or that she was older. I clearly stated a lab when I made my appt, I also let Nathalie know about her hips when I signed her in. The groomer finally agreed and said I did not have to pay the extra $35 but I'm still in awe of the extra money they tried to get out of us. They should not run a groupon if you can't afford to take the loss on money to gain new clients, I felt scammed. I also have to add the job was not done well... After this \"spa package\" and bath she came home with goop still in her eye, she had some kind of gross something on her tail, and there were several areas of long hair left that was uncut. Nathalie was nice in greeting us, but the groomer was awful and I don't think we will be back... 4 For $6.00 you get a great car wash that includes someone to hand dry your vechile. It also includes free vacuum use and they literally have 20 covered vacuum stations. They also have a floor mat cleaning machine that you put the mat in and it comes out pretty clean. All included for the price of the wash. Don't forget to get the frequent wash card. Buy 9 washes and the 10th wash is free! 2 Well I went here last week and the sign said Wok N Grill but since their website says \"Stix\" and this is the same address, I guess maybe I got it wrong. Just a heads up, you may see this place named Wok N Grill somewhere down the road.\n\nSo we walked in and the menu is insane. There is way too much and far too many pictures of the food for anyone to make a reasonable decision. So I asked the guy \"what's good\" to which he replied \"besides everything?\" Oh har har - aren't you clever. Now I'm pissed at you. So after trying to drag an answer out of him, I told him I wanted spicy and he suggested boring Kung Pao Chicken. I took his advice which, now, makes me more mad at him because it really wasn't good. It was a giant plate of 10000 peanuts, 10 stalks of celery, and some giant mutant chicken. Was there value for the meal? Sure. Was it good enough to justify ever eating that much of it? Absolutely not! It was decently spicy but, more so, it was just hot. Like - I stuck this in the microwave for 10 minutes kind of hot. \n\nLet's just say, I won't be back here. The staff was unhelpful and the food was insane. You can usually tell if a place doesn't have good food because they give you a ton of it. This is one of those places. 4 Great Service, Great Burgers minus the fries :) oh and Animal Style, at a Great Price!!! They take pride in their food and customer service and it shows. 3 I was here today for lunch. Our waitress was brand new and so we had to be a little patient, but she was very friendly and will catch on quickly. That said, I have no complaints about the service, but the food was not anything to write home about. I've eaten here a few times in the past, and I recommend going with one of their top sellers (noted on the menu) - they seem to be top sellers for a reason. Deviating from those doesn't pay off. But they do have outdoor seating, and it is a great place for people watching! 3 For $2 a ride, it's a cheap way to see the Strip and the people on it are a mixed crowd. There was a combination of couples, families, and flat out drunk crazy people. I really feel sorry for the bus drivers that have to deal with these weird people. It took about 45 minutes from the front of Paris to Fremont Street. The ride is really slow because there are so many stops and traffic get so slow on the Strip. If you're not in a rush, the Deuce is the way to go. 4 I have never had Indian food so I can't say it is as good as it gets. I did get the pleasure of eating lunch and sampling the buffet. I tried many different items and they all were so good. I love how the sauces (gravies)? are so complex and there are so many different flavors going on at once. The iced tea was really good too. I will love coming to visit this place again. So yum! 3 Not the best sushi but the prices are reasonable. 5 Although I have been dining here for years and am sure have written a review, I feel compelled to add another after last night's New Years Eve dinner. We usually avoid holiday dinners out as the restaurants usually cannot handle the increases numbers. Not so here! The food was superb, service more than acceptable and a bargain to boot! 1 Reserved through Orbitz with a debit card and picked up with a credit card because of their debit card policies. Their system was down so they did everything manually, approved it and I was on my way. I returned the car three days later and their computers are STILL down. They receive the car and hand write me a bill saying the card that I gave them would be charged.\n\n The next day I look at my statements and the card I gave them has been charged. I look at my bank statement and they've also charged me a deposit for a rental on my debit card, the day after I returned the car! I called them to get it straightened out because i figure it's simple human error because of their systems being down and that they can just drop the charge on my visa. \n\n I call them and they insist that i'm mistaken and I must have given them a visa. They look at the imprint of the card and go figure; it's the AMEX I paid for the rental with. Too bad though, they charged my debit card for it and they claim they can't do anything about it now (even though it's still pending). They also have a charge on my AMEX, so I don't have access to those funds either. The thing is; I never presented them my visa and they don't have a swipe, imprint or record of it other than via Orbitz. \n\n The people at the counter both times were great, but the manager Albert was rude and seemed put out that I wanted him to look into this. He had someone else call me back, presumably because he didn't want to admit his mistake, and essentially tell me to call their billing department on Monday to have them charge the Amex for the final bill and they'll refund the other card in 5-7 days.\n\nPS: the convertible I rented was beaten into the ground. Big dents all over it. Sort of took away from the feeling of renting a flashy car when it was so beat up. 5 The Creme de la Creme of Vegas buffets priced around $20!\n\ni like how the main dishes are served ala cart, tapas style. Quality cuts of various meats: chicken, lamb, pork, and beef. The trick to enjoying Wicked Spoon is to try a little of Everything. \n\nSetting is very trendy. Water is even served in stylish glass bottles (you feel like you paid for it!) \n\nI'm cutting this review short because I overate and now have a serious case of food coma. 1 Paid to see the 4th of July fireworks in the observation deck of the Tower. It was the absolute worse experience ever!! Prices were $28 per person, it was crowded, hot, no view of anything and the worst singers/performance they could hire. So bad that the overhead speakers kept going out and all you heard was very loud static. It got so bad that everyone was chanting \"turn it off, turn it off\"! Save your money and don't go here. You can see it free from the sidewalk! 3 If you want trendy atmosphere and good food and are willing to pay the extra and dress up a little for it, this is a great place. I had the green curry \"Thai hot\", meaning the heat level was maximum, and my wife had pad thai. The pad thai was delicious, the best i have had outside of Thailand. The green curry was just so-so - maybe i killed it by ordering it too hot - it turned out red color instead of green, and the flavors became obscured by the heat. We also shared a bowl of Tom Yum soup which was good - a little too sweet, but otherwise had a lot of good flavors in it, the simple sugar in it almost killed it though. I doubt we will be back soon. 4 Great show tonight, open mic night. Lots of good aspiring comedians (some better than others) but overall a good show. Great prices on drinks, and they are mixed strong. Free admission so that makes it totally worth a night out. 3 It has been a while since my last trip to Eat and I had high hopes it would meet or exceed my last experience. I saw the new menu and was salivating over a shrimp po boy so I went. I must say this was my most disappointing visit yet. Where to begin. 1) The caesar salad was overly fishy tasting and my wife coouldn't even finish it. 2) The Shrimp Po Boy was extremely messy and difficult to eat without everything spilling off the ciabatta. The shrimp were overcooked and tough. 3) The beignette's were more like grease balls.\n\nI still like this place but I think I am going to stick to breakfast which seems to be much more consistent and worthy of top marks. 2 The food here is SOOOOOOO much better than the nearby State cafeteria. In fact, the cafeteria failed inspection a bunch of times until it finally was closed for a few days last year to clean up. \n\nOld Station lunch is decent and filling; about equivalent to Subway. I don't get all the rave reviews. I've worked near the capitol for over ten years and only choose Old Station if I'm very hungry and don't feel like driving. 1 Terrible, terrible service!\n\nWe dined at Center Cut Steakhouse with a group of 25 this past weekend. The waiters were so incredibly rude it was appalling. First, our group was separated into two different tables in two different rooms with the doors open. When we asked if we could have a separate check for each table, the waiter just looked at us and said \"No\" and walked away without an apology or an explanation. When I ordered a Caesar salad (which, by the way was a piece of lettuce with dressing, a cracker, one cherry tomato and an anchovy for $13), the waiter said, with disgust, \"that's it?\" which I found to be insulting. My husband ordered a prime rib for $37, which tasted average, and was literally a slab of meat on an otherwise empty plate. The man who poured our water and delivered the bread to the table showed the only ounce of kindness out of anyone in the restaurant. \n\nSince gratuity was included, we were forced to pay two individuals who treated us with absolute disrespect over $400 in gratuity. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. 3 Everything you'd expect from a high end casino's buffet: Huge selection, decent quality foods, and overpriced admission. I'm not saying that it was a bad experience; On the contrary, I enjoyed my visit. But to me, in the end the food doesn't justify the price. I'll elaborate.\n\nAs I mentioned, the food selection is quite extensive and diverse. It seems every major nationality and ethnicity is represented somewhere in the buffet. I'll use my gluttony as an example: My first plate consisted of asian-style stir fry and meats, with rice and an Asian soup. My second plate was build-it-yourself tacos, with middle eastern style doughy stuff and meats. My third plate was typical American, steak and trip-tip with potatoes and corn. The dessert section is fairly large too- lots of gelatos, cakes, and other sweet treats. Overall, most of the food quality would range between very good to excellent.\n\nNow, even though the buffet is tasty and diverse, I still have a few negatives I can't quite get over:\nPrice- The buffet is great, but it's quality isn't much different from other buffets on the strip. For example, the quality equals that of Planet Hollywood's buffet, and PH comes in at around $10 cheaper per person, with a shorter wait time. Which leads me to my next point...\nService- If you come during meal times, you're going to wait. Unless you're a VIP, you wait to pay and wait again to be seated. From the time we got in line until we got seated took about 40 minutes, which is kind of crazy for a lunch. And after you're seated, if you're thirsty you are at the mercy of a server and must wait for beverages and refills. Which in our experience, was very lacking and slow. I went through two plates of food with an empty drink, and only received a refill when I flagged down a different passing server. \n\nSo in conclusion, the food was very good and the selection was great. The price was steep and the service lackluster. Next time I do a Vegas buffet, I'll probably try somewhere else where the cost is a bit more in line with the value. 4 Grimaldi's is my alternative choice for pizza if we did not make it to LGO. I have been to this location a few times in the past year, the pizza has been consistently delicious, thin pizzas with the only things you wanted. I like their concept of 'build your own pizza from size, cheese and toppings\". I always have my pizza with Italian sausages, mushrooms and sun dried tomatoes. Hmmm....\n\nService was great, and their waiting timer is a cute slice of pizza. I'd give 5 stars if their seating can be rearranged, I think it's a bit too crowded right now... 3 First thank you to Yelp, Gabi and Sol Y Sombra for the gift card it made me go back and visit a lot quicker. I love the decor here! The booths are so comfy, you may never want to leave and that could be very dangerous here! Unfortunately I am with the minority on this one after this visit. I wanted to make it here for brunch but that didn't happen so dinner it was. There wasn't too many other parties it was pretty empty in there when we arrived. Off season and no Sommelier this day. We sat inside first and ordered some Peroni (am I the only one who finds an Italian beer here a little weird?) to drink. Some tomato bread which the server promptly corrected me \"You mean Pan con Tomate?!? Yes I wont touch that one. Then the Tortilla Espanola I tried those at the OYE already and they were delicous I would probably come here just for those!\n\nNow we had forgotten there was happy hour and were told it was only on the patio or at the bar, we thought it was a tad odd considering the place was so empty. So we decided we'd like to move out on the patio mind you HH was almost over. So the waitress tells us that we would have to close out the bill then move outside where she would be our server again. Huh?? The hub asked what he thought was a manager if it would be a problem he was just a waiter and told us \"Yes that will be a problem\" so after a lot of looking at each other like WTF our waitress finally gets the manager please forgive me I am so bad w names people. He came over and told us we didnt have to move if we wanted that we could order off the HH menu. Thank you! At that time we decided to move outside anyway for the view, they helped move all our stuff over after that dilemma everything went pretty smoothly.\n\nWe continued with the soft lettuce it was really good the almonds were awesome but I cant say anything special about the sauce unfortunately. Next came the calamari def worth trying its a good size portion and worth every penny. The shrimp I will probably pass on next time they were ok not worth 4 for $16 eh I did not think they were that special tasting but they were big. Then there was the piquillo pepper it was stuffed with tuna I was expecting raw tuna or something not canned, it wasn't spicy at all. Think tuna salad but there was capers instead of pickles it wasnt anything special go for something else or I'd suggest it for lunch more than anything. We did not have any dessert nothing really appealed to us on the menu so we just ordered another round of drinks the mojito I had for desert was ok as well.\n\nThis place reminds me of the Scottsdale stereo type where I was not blown away by the food and the normal overpriced drinks I can see this being a neutral watering hole where the cougar and trout come out of their lairs to play simultaneously during the cooler months. I did not see anyone dressed up so I am guessing thats more of a night thing. Overall this experience was 2 stars the ambiance and the drinks get one more. Super Strong drinks here and with the possibility that I ordered the wrong things this time I will be back to try more stuff and figure out what I like. I want to give more stars I really really do, hopefully things wont be too confusing next time. 5 I love chicken and waffles. That is the best idea anybody ever had. I think Lo-Lo's is the best. Even better than that famous place in California. This was my first time at the Phoenix location. I have been to the Scottsdale location a few time. I don't know which one I like better. They are both great. The Phoenix one does have a very nice outdoor seating are. They have a big green outdoor couch that is very comfy. Great to hang out on while you wait for your table.\nI was there for the 4th meeting of the UYE Breakfast Club. Always a good time with great people. I know they have other things on the menu but how do you get by the chicken and waffles. One day I might have to go twice in one day so I can try something else. I ordered the 2 drumsticks and a waffle. #10. It was awesome of course. Don't forget the jar of Kool Aid. Yum. So good. Great service too. Everyone is always really nice. This is the place where I first tried grits. I have heard people complain about grits in general but these were great. Add a little honey and they are almost perfect. Maybe some cinnamon would put them over the top. This one of those places where the food is so good you can't stop eating even though you are full.\nThe place was very clean and the pictures on the wall are great. This is one of my favorite places and I will be back to this location or the Scottsdale one over and over again. 4 Before the word \"Staycation\" was chic and cool, we would take weekends off and stay here. We enjoy Paris for the following reasons:\n\n- It's location in the center of the Strip. You can easily access many of the other Strip properties from here.\n\n- The view of the Bellagio Fountains. As I described in another review, we love the Fountains @ the Bellagio. You can request a room with a Strip/Fountain view and if you're lucky enough to get it, you'll be treated to a wonderful scene.\nhttp://www.yelp.com/biz/fountains-of-bellagio-las-vegas#hrid:5mSBxtxJXkCKC2b1hRys8A\n\n- Monorail station. The monorail station stops at Bally's, which is next door to Paris and easily accessed. I'm a fan of the Monorail, so it's always a bonus to be near a station.\n\n- Decent food selection. One of our favorite restaurants in the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. While we don't eat here often, we make it a point to do so if we have a weekend getaway here @ Paris. The Buffet is ok and the Italian joint is pretty good too. A little something for everyone.\n\nOverall, we always have a pleasant experience here.\n\nWill I return? You can count on it. 5 Soft, made to order bagels. Great low-fat smoothies. Staff is always nice and patient with my gazillion order changes. There's so many great choices! They also have texting sign-ups and I get free coffee and bagels with my orders all the time. 3 I'm not a huge fan of clubs, and this is no exception - I am a fan of hot broads in various states of undress, and this place has it in spades, but I hardly rank among the elite that could actually afford one here - read on and I'll show you what I mean.\n\nMe and my buddies were in Vegas for a long weekend and a buddy from LA had a friend (keep up) who got a table here, complete with bottle service. My advice to any guy going to a club in Vegas, you NEED a table, otherwise you will be standing at the bar looking like a complete ZERO getting poked with side yabs and percodan hardons from various blowjobs and douchebags. \n\nArriving at the Venetian, standing atop the grand staircase outside the hallowed gateway into Tao, my buddy spent the first ten minutes on the phone w/our connection inside. The line was ridiculous (there were several lines, like trying to merge into the Lincoln Tunnel, lines for the haves and have nots), and we still had to grease our way in - again, we are dudes in Vegas, it is to be expected (and worth it to skip being swallowed up in the mass of would be clubgoers, waiting and waiting, babbling on their cell phones, baying like madmen in the DUCHESS OF MALFI). \n\nOnce inside, you are jostled through the entry tunnel, lined with bathtubs full of rose petals, through the bar area, and up another flight of stairs into the club proper. The dance floor is ebbing and flowing like a turbulant sea, lights flashing overhead like heat lightening, and there are people EVERYWHERE. At this point you've just wrecked your perfactly sculptured hair and wrinkled your pressed shirt as you are squeezing through the sweaty throng of nobodies who were either too cheap or too stupid to get a table, as you step on feet looking for a way out of this and saying, \"imagine if we didn't have a table, fuck this!\"\n\nWhen we finally got to our table, it was time to take a well deserved breath of relief and watch as the hot server, done up like a sex slave, pours out the vodka. Other people with tables included some strange eurotrash dude that resembled a more junked out version of Keith Richards (if you can imagine that!) wearing a crushed black velvet tux with red silk shirt underneath, engaged in a very involved conversation with a hot piece of ass that was no doubt a RENTAL. Again, dudes, be prepared to spend great boatloads of money to impress the broads here. It takes more than a good line, you will actually need to LAY OUT the line of coke on the American Express Black to even get one of these harpies to raise an eyebrow. \n\nAll in all, it was like a night spent in the Temple of Doom, minus the annoying lady that was sleeping with the director singing ANYTHING GOES in Chinese. 4 We stay at the Artisan at least once a year just to do something outside of the house....love the decor in the lobby (various well-known paintings) and the bar (a multitude of mirrors all different sizes and shapes cover the ceiling). Each room is themed with a different artist's paintings. If you prefer the huge rooms of the Venetian or Ceasar's, this is not the place for you - it's guest rooms are standard hotel size, but it's the decor that sets them apart. Also, if you'd like a suite to have a few friends over for a laid back get-together, the Artisan does have a smallish, similarly decorated suite with a pool table available for half the cost of the huge suites on the Strip. I also remember the music out by the pool being particularly good - despite the pool being kinda between overpasses, they did a nice job with it and the cabanas. Oh! And the food in the restaurant was great! The only negatives I can possibly think of would be room size and that you HAVE to valet park. 2 I'm currently renting with this company and my agent is Heather, and so far I am very disappointed. I have been already living in my new condo almost a month and I'm still waiting for things to be fixed. Heather has been rude to me most of the times I have called her to check the status on my work orders that have been taking forever and it seems like I am always irrupting her and bothering when I call her. The HOA office for Blackhorse condos is a joke as well, another rude company. After this I don't think I'll re-new my lease here. 2 I went there once for Trivia. I found their drinks to be watered down and quite expensive. My wife and I ordered some apps as well, and I was not impressed at all. I don't see what all the hype is about. 3 egg rolls were good but dang, they are pricy for the same food we get here in Los Angeles 5 Levi Hatch from the Neilsen Law group helped me develop the documentation to present to the IRS to reverse a significant audit claim on my 2012 tax report. The documentation was efficiently developed, and presented to the court system, resulting in a signed and approved stipulated court order. This has been forwarded to the IRS, and is under reconsideration as I type this. Wish me luck. Back to the subject at hand - Neilsen Law Group - Tracy, Chevis, and Levi made me feel comfortable and confident on a very \"messy\" situation (dealing with the IRS). I really appreciated their hard work, and would recumbent the NLG to anyone. 3 Apparently, this place is only hot when a game is on. I came here on a Saturday night around 10:30pm and there were only 5 other patrons. The place is huge, so it looked even more pathetic than it sounds. \n\nI got the Kilt Lifter Scottish Ale, a locally brewed amber beer that was quite flavorful and not too bitter. They have a good selection of beers on tap including imports and domestic. I had already eaten dinner, so I didn't attempt to indulge in the Big Unit, but checked out the menu just for yuks. Quite a variety of options and most meals seem to be named after a certain person. Cute touch. But no assignment of credit for who inspired the big unit...\n\nAll the staff here have black teardrops ala Alice Cooper. Lots of guitars on the walls and three HUGE TV screens above the bar. Outdoor seating and music blasting in and outside.\n\nThanks to Jim B. for the recommendation to come here. It gave me conversation fodder :) 1 Visited Eide's when I was working in Pittsburgh. I collect mostly toys so I spent a lot of time downstairs. Let's just say that there is a reason the cliche exists of the old, fat, balding assholes with ponytails. The group that trolls the sales counter are a bunch of scumbags. Went in to buy something that they were selling for a total of $107.00, and they told me that if I waited a week they were having a giant sale and I could get it as an even better deal. So I rolled the dice and took the chance. Low and behold, it was still there, I was very happy, but when I went to pay, the item had suddenly risen in price by almost $75.00. You could still see the level of dust that was there from how long it was sitting on the shelf. You could also see the sticker over the old one. When I called them on their shit, they didn't know whether to shit or wind their watch. A bunch of deceitful assholes. I'm willing to bet that it's still sitting there. The rest of the place and employees were nice enough, but the toys stooges were a bunch of basement dwelling fuck tards. 2 I thought I liked this place, but after yesterday, I can say the food is mediocre. The cafe itself looks really nice and would lead you to believe it is expensive so of course the food had to be good....not today, might have just been the afternoon chefs at the time or something they normally do to all their food, but they use a lot of oil when they cook.\nI ordered the seared trout, and that thing was smothered with oil under, I had to keep drinking water, even the green beans that were on top were really oily. One of my friends had orderd some hash browns, although they came out extra crispy the way they like it, it was also drenched in oil. Onf of my friend's medium rare steak came out pretty damn well.\n\nBesides the food, service was good. 4 I'm not much of a fashionista or even one to peruse much of the thrifty stores in town, but when found in Plaza on a Saturday, Hong Kong is a typical stop. The owner and all of the staff are very welcoming and always offer to help you find what you're looking for (if anything). \n\nThere's plenty of killer selections of plaid, vintage, odd graphic tees, boots, leather jackets, and 60's/70's decor/kitchen items. I saw some cups last time I visited and was tempted to pick them up for the simple and obvious 70's-style patterns. Pretty far out, maaaaan. \n\nI've picked up several t-shirts from here and love the wear on them. Found some great baseball henleys and a few kick-around shirts. Prices can vary depending on what kind of \"find\" it is in the vintage world. \n\nAll around a cool spot and a destination if you're into the vintage scene in Crown Town. 3 I was next door at Pinball so I dropped in to get some film. \n\nIt's been a while since I've picked up my Holgas, Lomos, Dianas, etc and it's not like I can get the film just anywhere. Prices are a bit inflated compared to other camera stores in town I've popped into for what I bought. \n\nI didn't look at traditional camera products, but I saw they had some lomo cameras so I wanted to see their pricing. Those at least weren't too unfairly priced, most were at retail. \n\nThe guy who helped me was nice, but a bit spacy. \n\nIt's not a bad stop for camera needs, but it's not a preferred spot for me. 2 Seemed like she cut too much of my cuticles on the side of my fingers. It almost seemed like she wasn't being careful and was rushing. Maybe it was because I got there an hour before closing time. The lady was really nice, no doubt but the quality of work just doesn't cut it for me.\n\nI've had better experience in other Nail Salons. I just thought with the reviews I got from here, it would measure up. This is a classic proof that we should always try out a place for ourselves before believing anything we read on any review sites. 1 It was worst experience n the front desk name carman she was worst n she doesn't know the hotel rules & she was giving me all wrong check inn hotel information & she was very loud n her tone wasn't good even hotel front desk manager Roland was rude & wasn't friendly he was saying if u want to stay or then we Dnt need customers we have lots of customer & I was very polite & just asking my baggage information & Roland made me waited for long & he didn't bother to help\nMe & I was also the customer of the hotel but the front desk manager Roland & Carmen this people tht Dnt knw how to treat the customer & when my wife told him tht you talk to customer like this n he said loud tone who are you to tell me & mind your business & if he wasn't at the front desk then I would have taken him out & show that idiot Roland what kind of person I am. He is shit worst person I ever met & my quad hotel stay was horrible & I promise I will never ever go to quad Las Vegas hotel & I will tell all my friends & family not to go.. I have stayed in balagio hotel & planet Hollywood their staff are excellent & well professional. the The quad hotel staff carman & the front desk manager Roland was worst n he was the unprofessional rude n he was not good with other customers even with me! N I stayed in 15156 & my name is abhishek this will make Roland know who the customer I am. Even they have messed up my baggage & my things like cloths & stuff was damaged, so please please Dnt stay at this hotel as per my experience & when anyone go & stay I'm sure you will face worst & horrible experience.. 5 I go to Gavin for my hair (cut and color) and he'll work with you on what you want and make sure you like the outcome. He's done black, brown and blonde on my hair and puts up with my hair ADD as I tend to want to change it up a lot lol. Makes you feel comfortable and does a great job! 2 This was our first time to this location of Del Frisco's. The restaurant was empty (and its SAT night...hmm....) other than one table for two in which they seat us right next to that table......and by the back area where all of the servers hang out and talk LOUDLY. The service was not great as the only other table that came in was a large party of 12 which they shifted tables and put them right next to us. So, our server completely abandons us and goes to help them. (Why not one of the other 20 servers standing there talking?????) I had to finally flag down someone to get our check! Food was ok, nothing spectacular, just OK. Too many other fabulous steak and seafood places to go to for the same price point such as Mastro's which I highly recommend. MUCH better ambience and top notch service there at Mastros! Del Frisco is an outdated, stuffy feeling place and for what ever reason, it smells like the sewer in there but it may be just the old carpet. DEFINITELY needs updating. There are too many other great places in Vegas to go here again...not for us! 3 Loved the place, terrible service. Sat at our table of six for 30 minutes before our server came, drinks took another 20. She messed a few orders up as well. And only saw her every 45 minutes or so. Food was decent. Great place to watch a game though and the indoor outdoor environment is awesome. We'll be back but hopefully with a different waitress! 5 My husband and I visited L'express on our first day in Montreal for lunch. Upon entering this bistro, which is nestled on a beautiful street between many restaurants and clothing and furniture boutiques, we were instantly immersed in quintessential french aromas. Smells of, herbs like thyme, butter, and slowly braising meats and vegetables. It's a bustling busy restaurant that has a very warm and cozy atmosphere with a very friendly wait staff. \n\nWe ordered:\n\nHouse salad a blend of arugula and peppery greens topped with a simple light dressing a good starter. Delicious\n\nVegetable soup a tomato based soup with beef broth and lots of veggies, like quash, corn. Yum\n\nEntrees:\n\nCroque Monseiur fried buttery cheesy toast with ham. Delicious.\n\nBeef stuffed Ravioli. Over the top Delicious, I used my bread to sop up all the broth from my plate because it was so delicious and flavorful.\n\nAlso the restaurant has had the same menu for 30 years most of their dishes have been perfected, so don't offend and ask for substitutions. Everything looks and probably tastes delicious. People sitting next to us ordered egg salad, salmon, stewed mushrooms and liver over fries, steak and every dish looked scrumptious. 4 I fly - a lot - and I have to say that Sky Harbor is one of the better airports in the country. It's one of the highest volume airports yet it's reasonably well organized. I've heard that about 75% of the air traffic flows through Terminal 4 (that's where US Air and SouthWest fly out of). \n\nIf you've going to fly out of Phoenix very often my advice would be to start using US Air or SouthWest because a) it's a hub for both of them and b) you'll have much better flight choices and c) because of the competition, the prices tend to be better. The other terminals, by comparison, are nearly deserted. Terminals 2 and 3 have very limited food choices. Terminal 4 has improved a lot in that regard. \n\nThere is a lot of parking available, both on site and off site. The off site parking, naturally, is cheaper but you have to wait for the buses to bring you to the terminal. Compared to other airports of comparable size the on site parking is not that expensive. If it's a business trip and you are getting reimbursed for the parking, just park on site and save yourself the hassle. Honestly, the best way to get in and out of Sky Harbor is not to drive at all but to use a transportation service. I'm not talking about Stupper-Shuttle - don't get me started on them - but a real sedan service that will drop you at the curb and meet you at the security gate when you arrive back home. \n\nIf you can, print your boarding pass at home rather than waiting in line at the airport. The airline clubs, in my view, are a waste of money. As another reviewer pointed out, the wi-fi access is now free at Sky Harbor. I used to belong to the US Air club but let it lapse. The snacks are not that good, they were charging for drinks. Unless you are regularly connecting through Phoenix how much time are you really going to spend in the airport? Now if you're connecting and have a long layover then it might be worthwhile but otherwise I'd skip it. \n\nI got a laptop stolen here once so a word about security. If you have a laptop computer, put it through the x-ray machine last and don't take your eye off it for a moment. Particularly if it's very busy. 1 This is my last update. I am not satisfied at all. After playing telephone tag for two days, with a package delivery pending the next day, I physically went to the site and spoke with Adrian Maldonado. He backed his driver completely, but told me that the immediate supervisor would be with him when he delivered my package and that the driver would personally apologize to me.\n\nThe driver, who I now know is named Clark, didn't say a word until I asked him to apologize. I was told what a good driver he was for the past 15 years and that he would not be parking in handicapped spaces anymore and I had nothing to worry about in the future because he would do a good job. I had his bosses guarantee. When in response to the supervisor asking me if I was satisfied, I said, \"No, it was my understanding that Clark would be apologizing personally,\" the supervisor tried to tell me that because he was the boss, I could be assured that Clark wouldn't do these things anymore. I again reiterated that this is not what I was told would happen. I then turned to Clark and explained to him directly why what he did was not cool.\n\nHis non apology was \"I'm sorry you feel that way.\" \n\nSo some effort made, but not really changing my mind about how horrible this company is run locally. Still think Clark is an asshole who thinks this is all a joke. Why should he change. It is obvious his supervisors don't want to make him change and want to defend him. \n\nHowever, we are stuck with them for the moment because we have several items pending, but once our current situation changes, future efforts will be made to avoid UPS as much as possible. \n\nSupposedly competition was supposed to be good for the market, but now two companies dominate the delivery industry. FedEx is barely better. Competition, my ass. Big Brown's logo ought to be \"Logistics over customers!\" 4 Looking for an inexpensive option Downtown before a show for a quick bite. This is the first place that came to mind. My friends wanted a little drinky poo before the show and my fella and I needed a snack. I ordered the garlic cheesy bread appetizer and he ordered the wings. My friends tried the nachos along with a mango hef that was on special. \n\nEveryone really enjoyed their food and drinks. Service was slow, but they were really crowded and our waitress always made the effort to get things to us quickly as possible. Best of all, our meal was cheap. Like really cheap. That made the meal all the better. \n\nI'll definitely be back when I'm in the area! 3 I'm a bit ambivalent on Barcelona - an upscale LA/Miami style dance palace. I've had great times dancing and enjoying the company I was with. Only drank and danced here, but hear the restaurant is overpriced and not that great. But for drinking and dancing it is a 3.5 stars. The pretty people and their wannabes are in full effect - so it's not for everyone.\r\n\r\nIt might even be worth it for the spectacle of it all - both the massive size of the place, and for the comical people-watching. It's good for some chuckles, at least! 2 I think im done with Ghost Bar. This use to be my chill spot to take out of town visitors to impress them with the view, atmosphere and the mild party vibe. This last Friday i made list arrangements with a NEW promoter with the N9NE Group which i think is what F'ed me. My regular girl has been MIA for a while and so i needed to act fast and find somebody so i settled for this. Just myself with 3 girls on the list should not have been a problem. Had to do something new this time and check in at LA Tan in the palms (that was weird #1) as i never did this and was given a ticket that looked like i was going to see Shrek at the movies. Did the usual and got to the rope to find the Clipboard Master to drop a name and was told that these dumb ass tickets i got from La Tan still made me wait in line (weird #2) as why make previous arrangements to stand in line? So since im anti Disneyland lines i gave security a $50 shake and got passed that hurdle. Then when i got to the register... guess what i had to pay $25 to get in (weird #3). Im sorry but this has never happened in the past when dealing with the promoters ahead of time and making sure i kept their guy girl ratios in mind and favorable toward the girls obviously. So $75 bucks later im in Ghost Bar...and a little annoyed. \nFirst round of drinks i worked toward the outside bar to the left only to find out that they dont have Seagram's 7 for my 7&7... say WUT! Really? Your gonna charge me $15 for a drink and you cant even carry the basic essentials behind your bar... fine ill take a Maker's Mark and coke which was made horribly as i like to enjoy my drinks and this was WAY too strong. The second round was bought at the main bar where they had everything and made alright but the wait was retarded, as it would be way more efficient if they stocked the outdoor bars properly. \nBeside the negatives Ghost Bar still obviously remains to be a great view of the city with a decent DJ at times and an overall decent feel. But could be improved upon quite a bit to make the place worth spending the $15/ drink prices a more enjoyable experience. This was my last run to Ghost Bar since the issues at the door were slightly embarrassing and honestly ridiculous, i dont know if i have N9NE Group to thank for that or the actual bar/club but either way ill spend my money elsewhere where the service is more appreciative. I think Ghost Bar needs to take a step back and improve upon a few things but doubtful that will happen. 4 The concept of this place is very simple. You come in, you sit down, you grab whatever you want to eat and each dish is color priced. The highest price I believe is 2.50. I got 5 plates of food and a drink and that ended up to be $7. That's it. Cheap sushi! Best of all, although the sushi isn't perfect, its pretty damn good for what you are paying for and the experience. It was simply delicious, i'm coming back! 5 This is a hidden gem and I shouldn't be spreading the word! Traveling with my wife and two kids on a Saturday, we used the curbside drop off at the 44th st and Washington station. There was not another traveler in sight. We headed up to the second floor to us the early bag check and again no one in line. Checked our bags, flying Southwest, and headed to the train. It arrived in less then a minute and we were in terminal 4 in 10 minutes. Seriously this is the only way to go if you are flying out of terminal 4. 3 Went there pre-Suns game last night to check it out. It is definitely a nice place to go before a game for some cocktails. The classic martini is only 5 bucks! Unfortunately, the service was very poor. We ordered a bruschetta appetizer and two meals. The meals came and the waitress came over to apologize that she forgot to put in the appetizer. She ended up bringing it when we were 2/3 done with our meal...so, obviously not craving or hungry for it. Regardless, she still charged us despite admitting to her mistake. This was annoying and our tip adjusted for this poor decision. The food was ok- nothing special. I ordered the roast beef sandwich and it was quite bland. I think I would have rather eaten a burger at hard rock before the game, but the drinks were good. 5 I will give this LV a 5 star because of the great service I received from ALEJANDRO HERNANDEZ. He was kind, helpful, and patient. I went in there in my UCLA sweater and Nike Shox, but I knew what I wanted so I did not mind getting immediate attention like I do at the LV's in South Coast or Beverly Hills. A particular chubby, hairy, sales girl walked right by me, and went to help a caucasian couple. They made her pull out all kinds of handbags but they ended up buying NOTHING HA !! Then sweetheart Alejandro came out and showed me a few handbags that I liked. I was pleased with his service. I just wish that this Louis Vuitton store had more Alma MM handbags... 2 Very friendly staff but I honestly liked the poutine at Burger King better. It is VERY cheap to eat here I suppose but you get what you pay for. If you usually eat high quality all beef hotdogs you will not enjoy the bland mystery meat pink mess they sell. I am not jewish but I have a whole new respect for kosher hot dogs now. If you are only in montreal for a couple days maybe there is higher quality food you would prefer to eat. This stuff was not easy to digest. 5 Ok here I am again.....on really short notice and I was taken care of immediately! So happy that this place is open late. Thank you Elaine and Vivian for all of the great customer service and nail artistry. 2 First off, the food is not bad here, not great but would give it B+.\n\nThe problem is the noise level; it is horrific. We sat in banquets by the kitchen and heard every order 3 times and every pan bang. As if this is not enough noise, they play cheesy music soooo loud. 2 Terrible. Just Terrible. \n\nAwful service. Comically horrible band. Way too many TVs. Music too loud and dumb. \n\nSolid beer selection though 1 This place is the rip off of all rip offs. My boyfriend and I decided to go there for lunch over the summer. We ordered drinks from the bar, ridiculously priced for a restaurant during the day, $9.50 for some mojitos? Come on. They weren't that good. \nNow we were starving when we arrived, I ordered the tilapia and asparagus and he order the meatloaf and potatoes. \nWe received our food and he dug in right away. I just sat and looked at mine. \n\n\"Fourteen dollars for this? How much was yours, eleven dollars?\" \nMy boyfriend looks at my plate and could only say, \"That's it?\" \n\nHe received a FULL plate of meatloaf and the other half of mashed potatoes. I had six stalks of asparagus and a piece of fish the size of a child's hand. That was it. \n\nI called the waiter over and asked him if all the fish were this size and he said he thought so and there was nothing wrong with my meal. I asked him if this was worth $14 to him and he said he thought so. I told him, \"I'm not from Scottsdale, I would like to see the manager.\" \n\nThe manager walks over and proceeds to actually argue with me about the food saying that it is perfectly fine. I said, \"It may be fine, it may taste great, but I'm still going to be hungry after this $14 meal. I would at least like another piece of fish.\" \nHe tells me for $6 he could get me one more piece of fish and I tell him I'm not paying that for another piece this size. \n\nAt this point my boyfriend is offering me his food, but that's not what I wanted. \n\nFinally I tell the manager just take it back, I'm sorry to see you toss that but you are doing nothing to satisfy this customer. He literally did nothing but argue with me. \n\nI wasn't trying to get a free meal, I just wanted to get what I was paying for. \n\nRude people, overpriced food, crappy bar. \nTake your business somewhere else. 4 Getting a pedicure here was awesome! I was in Phoenix for a wedding and stopped by here for a pedicure. I was seated in a chair immediately and got the one of the pedi packages that came with the callous remover, scrub and hot stone rocks. The lady who did my nails was friendly and did a great job. \n\nThis is a good place to get your nails done and they give you a discount if you pay in cash instead of card. 1 Nothing has worked in this location which is convenient and has good parking because each horrific incarnation at this spot is trying to be some kind of snooty, trendy place to attract the \"in\" crowd. Word, the \"in\" crowd went bust on credit card debt. If you want to survive, cater to real people who care about what they are eating. \n\nI was dragged here against my better judgment while attending a meeting in Scottsdale. The place was empty at 7pm. That indicates there is usually a reason. The snooty hostess seated the group but I was already smelling something I did not like. It's an odor one finds in a Mexican restaurant that uses it's oil way too long and has other kitchen issues. The decor is bizarre for a Mexican place and the menu is trying too hard to impress. When I saw the runny plastic goo called chile con queso come out that several had ordered and smelled the stale chips, I actually faked a phone call to get out of there. I had my own car and headed to a bar I know downtown that has never let me down. \n\nThe next day I polled my compadres about dinner and impressions ranged from \"just ok\" to \"awful\". I'm indigenous Mexican and pretty hard to please so I'll let those comments tell the story, but if you want real Mexican food, go to the deli at Food City at McKellips and get a green chile burrito and some salsa quemada. $1.29, smells good and tastes good. Skip the $18 entrees and Papi Chulos altogether. 4 I went to this place on a weekday to avoid the crowds. the food came out fast as the dim sum ladies are very good and hits everyone table. food choice was excellent. the fried shrimp dumpling was excellent as well as the haw gaw and si mui. the place is very nice and clean , large dining room and easy parking . excellen choice for out of towners 4 I like the ambience. The pineapple mojitos were very good. Fresh crushed pineapples. I liked the frito misto and the ribeye steak. We asked for medium-well, but was served almost close to a well done. It was still good. Good seasoning. I was not a fan of the butternut squash soup. Too sweet for me. I would come back when I'm in Vegas, but there are so many restaurants to try! 1 I was really excited to check this place out. The menu looked pretty awesome when I checked it out online. Reviews here, to sum up, seemed to be pretty mixed, with one's experience tied pretty closely to ordering the right things on the menu. Armed with knowledge gleaned from other reviews, the lady and I rolled over there on a Friday night at 7:00pm.\n\nThe parking lot was a ghost town. There were two tables being served. Not a good sign, but hey, let's give it a shot.\n\nWe were immediately greeted by a friendly young guy who took us to a table of our choosing. We were also immediately greeted by a NASTY smell in the air. It smelled like someone dropped a deuce under a table. Five days earlier. This eau de outhouse permeated the entire restaurant. I'm not the kind of guy who is up for making a big deal out of things. I was fully prepared to try and ignore it and have some dinner. The lady? Not so much.\n\n\"Ummmm.... excuse me. Do you smell that?\"\n\nOur host/server sheepishly replied, \"Haha... yeah, I guess I'm just kind of used to it. It comes and goes around here. It's the whole area.\"\n\nNow, I'm not a huge fan of the East Side in general, but come on. The parking lot smelled fresh as a daisy by comparison. There is clearly something horribly wrong with this building, and I hope that the young owners of Nosh and Swig have an attorney to help them get out of whatever ugly lease they are tied up in. \n\nAfter he said he'd be back to take our drink orders, we held our breath, and made a beeline for the front door.\n\nI feel awful for them - and I hope they can get into another location. One that doesn't smell like the parking garage of the Four Queens. Two tables at prime time on a Friday night? How many more Fridays can they possibly have in that space? 4 i really didnt expect this much from THIS mall. it didnt look like much from the outside, but i was pleasantly surprised. the design of the palce is pretty cool. this probably isnt the best shopping considering all the shopping options in vegas. i would say this is a better shopping option for the younger generation. its also conveniently located right on the strip. right across the street from bellagio and connects to the planet hollywood casino. you can just walk down from your hotel room if youre staying in planet hollywood. \n\nthey a lot of the popular stores like H&M, footlocker, champs, urban outfitters, etc. also a lot of good eats like oyster bay, ocean one, and blondies.\nits also a good hangout for watching basketball games haha. they have a circular bar right in the middle of the mall with 4 plasmas. the LA FAKERS and celtics were playing on christmas day, a large crowd just hung around there and cheered loudly for their team, cool vibe 2 I had a muffin and coffee, both were fine. Lots of offerings food-wise. The place looks nice and sort of retro industrial inside. \n\nThe wifi situation however is mediocre. Just two free hours, and the signal is weak. It's a last resort type of place for studying. 4 This place is old, but it's kept up and still looks nice. What I liked most was that it's connected to the shopping center and a lot of good eats. Cheesecake Factory! We didn't do much gambling here since there were no promos. \n\nI will come back for Celine Dion! I must see her in concert. I believe she's there for another 3 years. 3 I have gone there a few times now because friends have chosen it. The food is ok. It is very inconsistent on taste and the look of the meals. Prices are reasonable for what you get. Always seem to run into people I know there so others do seem to like it more than I do! 3 I think this restaurant was the first one I bookmarked for our trip to Vegas. Huge portions, crazy menu, sold. The fact that we didn't have to travel off the strip to eat at it, was even better.\n\nWe made the epic trip down the strip to find this location. There seemed to be a huge lineup of people waiting for tables but we were told around 40 minutes for a table of 4. You're given your little buzzer (that doesn't work down on the casino floor) and then you wait. They both scream out your name and collect your buzzer, and if you're not there when they do so, off the list you go. Our wait was around that time but when it's 2pm and this is your breakfast, that time seems like an eternity.\n\nService was quite sparse, though our waiter was very nice. We placed our order for drinks and two came out right away, and the other two (bar beverages) took about 15 minutes. 15 minutes for a bottled beer and a margarita. Then we waited for our food and it must have taken close to an hour. The menu says that it make take a little while but after the wait for the table, this was a lot.\n\nI got a burger, stuffed with mushrooms and cheese, and a side salad. The burgers are huge and very messy to eat. Have lots of napkins! The meat isn't seasoned and so really it's just a very big average burger. The dressing on the salad was delicious and I think that was my favorite part of the meal.\n\nThe other meals at the table were fine but nothing was seasoned very well and it was all kinda meh. Portions are unnecessarily huge and they'll gladly box your leftovers up for you. Again, it took a long time for the bill to come and so by the time we left, it was after 4pm.\n\nIf you want to feed a family of 4 with one plate of food, this is your place. Prices are very reasonable but try to hit them at a slow time and be prepared to wait a long time for your food. 1 Tried to go here twice, both on Friday nights. They were closed at 9:00 on one Friday night. The second Friday night, we got there at 6:30 and were told the grill was closed because 'it had to cool down for an hour before they closed.' So bizarre.\n\nOnce you learn it used to be a carwash, you'll have a hard time imagining it any other way. 2 Very pricey for what you get, but it's tasty. Service is slow, partly due to the fact that the customers in front of you are drunk. 5 Wow. All I have to say is I was beyond impressed.beautiful and talented dancers and acrobats. Amazing music, and the best moves! Props were beyond cool, and the special effects show midshow was astonishing. I didn't want to leave, and now I am depressed its not the 60s. And that ill never see the Beatles live. GET BACK!! Get back Beatles. I know. That's. never going to happen :( the boutique had some cool items!! I wanted everything. 4 3 1/2 stars \nOn our first try I wasn't bowled over but as I learn what to order this place really grows on me, its great having this place as a neighborhood restaurant. It's affordable and the food is pretty good overall ...and some dishes are surprisingly good. To start the so called lentil soup that comes with every entree is a lot more than the name implies. It's a mixed veggie, curry, split peas etc etc soup, perfect for a chilly night. The shrimp Madras is very good - when they asked 1 to 5 how hot I said 6!! .. and they still had to bring me more hot sauce, typical of Charlotte. \n\nBut now the humble Chana (Chickpeas) Spinach Masala w/pomegranate, cardemon and spices is absolutely fragrant, spicy and delicious. This dish could be served in a fine restaurant.\n\nAnother surprise: I usually don't go crazy for Asian deserts but we shared a pudding of carrots, raisins, cashews, rice sugar and cream ( Halwah? ) that manage to taste very unusual, yet familiar and delish as well. \n\nAn Indian couple seem to own and run this place, the wife is the cook and she really aims to please. She came out to our table 3 times to talk to us although there were a fair amount of customers - mostly Indians. We had dinner there twice and I think this lady does her best with the vegetarian dishes. I tend to be a meat eater myself but I'll stick to their vegetarian menu in the future\n\nThey also have a decent wine selection for $5 a glass which doesn't hurt the dining experience. 5 Yes, just about every free-standing bar (meaning one that's not part of a hotel or something) tries to claim sports-bar status by littering their walls with big-screen TV's and tuning each to some different game. Well . . . see . . . anyone can do that, which is why it's popular. To make a REAL sports bar you need a management who develops sports as the raison d'etre of the place itself. And yes, I just used a fancy French phrase to philosophize about a sports bar.\n\nHazelwood's not only has large TV's on almost every vertical surface, they have TV's at every booth, just like truck stops in the old days had mini-jukeboxes. \n\nHazelwood's has good bar-fare at good prices on their menu, but also impressive specials that are only in effect during games. One of their beer specials when I visited was Widmer Hefeweizen. How often do you see that on special in other places?\n\nHazelwoods's not only welcomes local amateur sports teams, they sponsor a few, like the local rugby guys.\n\nHazelwoods will not only call you a cab if you over-imbibe, they also will shuttle you home in their own shuttle craft for free within a reasonable distance. This is putting their money within reasonable distance of their mouth, if you ask me.\n\nBut what is most important--and is most likely a result of the policies and features above--is the customer base. When I go into a sports bar and sit at the bar I want the guys next to me--strangers who just happen to be sitting there--to occasionally lean over and say in breathless excitement while staring me in the eye \"THE DIFFERENCE IN TIME OF POSSESSION IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE GAME WAS LESS THAN 5 MINUTES BETWEEN NEW YORK AND INDY!\" Seriously, this is important to me because just as people in a dancing bar should be fully involved with dancing, people in a sports bar should be fully involved with sports. And I find such running commentary helpful because I basically don't know shit about football.\n\nAlso, on the night I was there the rugby players were entertaining the whole bar with their profane gang-sings about necrophilia and such. This further contributed to the integrity of the impression. This is a sports bar full of sporty people.\n\nSo yes, Hazelwood's is a success and deservedly so. This is a SPORTS BAR. It's not an Applebee's, nor is it a dive with a lot of TV's. If you enjoy the spirit of the rabid spectator and can share the excitement of those who thrill to vicarious participation, you should go to this place. 4 I had a fabulous veggie burger. The prices are crazy high, and the meals are super large, so I would suggest splitting your order with a friend. The fries are delish too, don't pass them up, I almost did. My sis had the reuben and loved it, but it was pretty stacked up with meat. Free refills on soda, thank goodness. 5 So I'll admit. I was totally skeptical of the yelp reviews - com'on nearly a 5-star star rating with over 3000 reviews for hot sandwiches!?!! Well I'm not really into sandwiches, but dang, the sandwiches at Earl of Sandwich are amazingly tasty and flavorful and perfectly warmed! Came here on a weekday, mid-afternoon. The line wasn't too bad. You place your order, pay and then they give you a little buzzer to let you know when your order is ready for pick up. We ordered Earl's Club and Hawaiian BBQ, along with sides of regular plain mac n cheese and mac n cheese with bacon. The sandwiches were amazing!!! The mac n cheese with bacon is a must-have. The turkey chili is not worth getting... It's a bit watery in my opinion. BUT, make sure you get a cookie for dessert. They have chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, sugar and recently added peanut butter. I got an oatmeal raisin cookie and I swear it was the best oatmeal raisin cookie I've ever had. Their banana but muffin is pretty good, too!!Definitely check this place out when you're in Vegas. Totally worth the hype! :) 3 Met up with frien

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