We went to Moon's this Saturday. It looked crowded so I went in and asked how long the wait would be the hostess said 10 minutes. We decided to wait. After20 minutes we were still waiting. Long story short the service was horrible. We gave our waitress our order are 11:34 our food was finally served at 12:14, way to long for breakfast. No offer of coffe while we were waiting. The food was good, but by the time we had already waited so long and were ignored, the food did not matter. Everyone has a bad day so we will go again but will leave if the wait for a simple breakfast is too long.
Outdoor patio with live music always after noise ordinance takes effect. They don't care about the law and the cops won't stop them either. Residential neighborhood, not rich enough to get the law enforced. Do a story about that for Christ's sake.
What a great little shop! I nearly passed right by it on the way out of the building from having lunch next door in the hallway. Spent some time on my lunch break browsing and made a lovely purchase. I will definitely keep Que Pasa in mind for gift ideas and my monthly personal purchase! P.S. bring cash.
Best food ive had great quality and amazing staff!!!!
This is an amazing Med Spa! Different then most Med Spa's here in the Treasure Valley!
I don't live in Boise anymore but man do I miss the Bleubird! By far the most original, consistently top quality and friendliest sandwich spot in town. Can't wait to go back for a visit.
2015 dates for Big Red Bazaar are November 6 to December 13, 2015. Please go to www.BigRedBarnBazaar.webs.com for more information.
Ordered lunch for our office, it was fast & delicious. The gentleman that brought it was super nice as well. We will definitely be getting our rep lunches from these guys in the future!
I've been going to Lui for about 15 years. No complaints.
Neat toys, unbelievably rude employees and owner! The owner got my # from his caller ID and will not stop calling and harassing me! Unreal. I will never give this store a dime ane do not recommend this store! You can get much better prices on ebay and you don't have to deal with unwanted calls from Dave!
Nope, not anymore.
great place, great vibe, great people. a place where i will go to again and tell friends/family about.
Been there cpl times now, real dump, it's ran by retards. Unprofessional is a understatement, If I could give it a -5 I would!
Alright, this was several months ago but I resolve to now comment on bad service. I went through the drive thru here in the spring. Not only did the staff seem annoyed at my order as I was placing it, I had to wait forever for my food, and the brunette helping me at the window was rude as all hell. I used to love going there... used to. Sorry guys, but all it takes is one bad experience now adays for me to just simply stop going to a restaurant. There are so many restaurants out there that go out of their way to be good to customers that I don't have time for some over hyped burger joint.
Hands down my fave cafe in town. Ive tried alot of the dishes and Ive never had anything bad here. Really friendly staff. I only go to Park center location, you can have coffee while your waiting to get inside.
Miss Tami’s Tea Room and Cottage closed in July, due to being unable to comply to new federal codes … a huge expense.
Yes, Tami’s monte cristo is the best on the globe! And my husband and I have traveled to many places in God's world. It definitely cannot be beat.
Tami is an amazing cook who practices from scratch remarkable cuisine. Her restaurant was a must treat.
Val Lee of "val lee weblog”
The Storey Bark Park is a fully-fenced 2.25 acre dog park located in Meridian, Idaho, at 430 W. Watertower Lane.
It features a safe leashing/unleashing area, separate large and small dog areas, shade shelters, a restroom building, water fountains, agility playthings, paved pathways, a variety of ground covers, benches and picnic tables, bike racks, fire hydrants, dog-themed street signs, fire hydrants, ample parking and more!
Storey Bark Park, a project of the Meridian Parks and Recreation Department, will be open daily from sunrise to sunset (beginning August 13, 2015). Admission is free.
Eds 50s cafe is not the Korner bistro. We are open from 6 am to 230 pm 7 days a week.
The recent loss of Jamie who tended bar will have a major effect on business. She was an extraordinary bartender with a magnetic personality.
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