I knew from game one it was going to be tough season but I was hoping by now we would have things figured out. I was excited about Morris but knew he wasn't Oba. Frei has had a decent enough year so far. Chad Marshall hasn't fallen off too far. Mears does what he does. Joevin Jones has been a weak spot on defense, his 1v1 is severely lacking at the MLS level. Ozzie has had a great season so far and has been one of the few highlights. But when you fail to find the back of the net, you tend to focus more on trying to score, which leads you open to losing these games 4-1 or 3-0. It frustrates me to no end, but I'll cheer those boys in rave green every chance I get!
A TV analyst for Major League Soccer's Philadelphia Union pleaded guilty Tuesday to receiving nearly $500,000 in kickbacks for filling unneeded prescriptions for himself and recruiting others to the scheme.
Same truck, new location, and all of the same great food here. The Authentic in their name is earned as they're the best Philadelphia style cheese steak you can get here in Austin. They have some creative topping options but why go for those when you can have the classic peppers and onions and Cheese Whiz on your Amoroso's roll? And this place continues to get even better with multiple ways to order ahead available like EAT24.
My months working here were great. The staff is very friendly and helpful and they really make an emphasis on creating a community among the folks who use their space for work. The spaces were clean, comfortable, and a good place to be productive. There were occasionally restroom maintenance issues that kept this place from being perfect for me.
Great concept with great pizzas! The pizzas are the perfect personal size so everyone can get their own with the toppings they want. There are so many to choose from as you go down the line of sauce, meat, cheese, and veggies. I've tried a bunch of combinations and have yet to get a less than perfect meal from the friendly staff here.
I was happily surprised to find this gem in a mall that for a great part is vacant and barren. Their comic selection is vast and well organized and they had plenty of copies of the issues I was searching out even days after they were released. It was very easy to browse and both find what I needed and scan other possibilities.
The new Triangle location is okay, but a bit of a step down from where they were previously. It's now a counter ordering setup rather than ordering from a waiter your table. My food was good and was brought to me rather quickly. The space seems smaller and the kitchen is more exposed to the diners; the radio music in the kitchen somewhat kills the Asian restaurant vibe they're going for.
I found this place to be a bit too hipster-pretentious for it's own good. The drinks and food were good but overpriced and the amount of food was a bit too small for what I was paying. The whole idea of "electronics free zones" is a bit off putting, as if reading a book on an tablet is any different from reading a paperback. Such features and a wall of uppity mantras really take a way from what is otherwise a nicely designed space.
This place provides a pretty disappointing movie going experience. Admittance is granted for children far too young to be in a theater for anything other than a G or PG movie and they chatter through the whole thing. Adults aren't much better with mouths open and cell phones out. Food is okay, but there isn't anything special or unique beyond typical theater fare. If you can, find a place that encourages more respect for the film viewing experience.