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Ryan Diaz
Works at Mansfield Paper Company
Attended Springfield High School of Science and Technology
Lives in Huntersville, NC
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  • Mansfield Paper Company
    Sales, present
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Huntersville, NC
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Springfield, MA - New York - Massachusetts - North Carolina
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  • Springfield High School of Science and Technology
    1996 - 2000
  • Springfield Technical Community College
    2000 - 2002
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Jason Brown's profile photo
Steven Granados's profile photo
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The service was a little slow for my taste. There were only a handful of customers but it took several minutes for each step: initial introduction, drink order, food order, etc. I don't mean to be impatient or too critical. In fact, I will still gladly come again when in the area. The food was great, prepared exactly as requested, and the music playing was enjoyable. I give it an A-.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
My wife and I really loved this stop! At first impression, it seems kind of "fast food-ish", but we dined in and our pepperoni pizza and shrimp kebabs were really good! We were visiting Puerto Rico and our waiter was extremely awesome and friendly. We enjoyed speaking to him about our experiences and travels and he gave us ideas and tips to explore, even showing us pictures on his phone. Pro Tip: The Kool-Aid drink tastes just like it sounds, don't make the mistake I made by gulping it down!
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Always well kept aisles, friendly staff, and fully stocked shelves. It's a big box store, so you can expect a certain level of consistency, but still...I always enjoy shopping here for my family and grabbing Starbucks on the way out! Pro Tip: Have your little ones ask for a sticker at the cash register, then trade that sticker for free popcorn at the food counter.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Do not skip this stop when you are in Ponce! Ask for "dos libras de pan dulce"...you won't regret it!
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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Packed on a Friday night, as can be expected, but my wife and I sat at the bar to skip the table wait time. We were served immediately by a friendly bartender. Chips and salsa came right away, our drinks a few minutes after, and dinner about 15 minutes after that. I know chicken tenders are only chicken tenders, but they were delectable! And the Long Island Iced Tea was on point! A great selection for our dinner and a movie. Pro Tip: Try the Strawberry Daiquiri
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I've been to Gilligan's Island many times, but this time I was able to bring my new wife. She loved it, and we have a great time! This visit was in the off-season, and the island was not packed at all. The water is crystal clear, fish swim right up to you, and the birds beg for food. Pro Tip: Bring a lunch or some snacks and drinks, as well as a folding chair or at least a large blanket to sit on. Bathrooms are available. Definitely wear those pool shoes to protect your feet from rocks, gross bathroom floors, and seaweed. Trust me, your feet will thank you!
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
My wife and I visited on the off season (end of Feb), and it was dead. But that was just fine, because we wanted a nice, relaxing, quiet evening. We enjoyed walking along the boardwalk, and there were still a few food spots open where we ate and drank. I have also visited La Guancha in the summer when it's packed, basically like a huge fair, including street vendors, police patrol, live music, drunks, you name it. Don't get me wrong...that can also be fun. So, if you want to enjoy a romantic walk along the boardwalk, come here during off season. If you want spring break, then come here...well...during spring break.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago