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Shane Tucker
Works at Arbitech
Attended Cornell University
Lives in Newport Beach
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Not gonna lie, the Steelers have some sweet jersey's Week 8.
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Get the kids out the room, please.
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This movie is at the top of my watch list. Get this place tore up from the mutha' fuckin' floor up!
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I feel Goodell's response to the appeals of the Saints went a little something like this...
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Okay, so I have always thought that Futurama was a witty, awesome show... and apparently innovative?! #Smell-O-Scope
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This will be my last meal on Earth.
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Look at the crowd this man draws - unreal talent.
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I expect to hear the very same before I jump into a potentially deadly gun fight...

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Go back to the 90's!!!
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Education
  • Cornell University
    2006 - 2010
  • New Trier High School
    2002 - 2006
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Director of Inside Sales
Employment
  • Arbitech
    Director of Inside Sales, 2011 - present
  • Schiff and Hulbert Law
  • Arryx Inc.
  • Stepan Co.
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Newport Beach
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Seal Beach, CA - Costa Mesa, CA - Ithaca, NY - Chicago, IL - Long Beach, CA - Minnetonka, MN - Winnetka, IL
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I'm a little shocked to see even one bad review here - this place is fantastic! My friend and I just moved down the street and had an amazing first visit; no doubt we will be back many times. We sat at the bar, and it was fairly early for dinner, so we got to talk to John and Andy, the bartenders / cocktail masterminds / menu geniuses. The cocktails are on point! Both John and Andy know what the hell they are doing - just take a look at the Chupacabra drink - layers of sweet, then bitter, to anise, then to finish semi-sweet again - an amazing drink but not for the faint of hearty taste buds. I highly recommend asking what's good and seeing what drinks pair well with your order - the food menu and cocktail pairings synergize quite nicely. The Octopus Ceviche is an absolute staple here - the plantain chips are the perfect combo. Their house-made bread also went particularly well with the Duck Meatballs (dip it in the broth afterwards)! We followed up our appetizers with Chicken/Pork Empanadas - these were good but the least memorable from the meal (the spicey chimmichurri is bomb, though). And for the main course we split the Pork Belly and the Flank Steak - both cooked to perfection and well complimented by a glass of Spanish rioja recommended by John. I don't think the service could have been any better. After hearing we were new in town and live right down the street, we were treated to not just 1 round, but 2 rounds of tequila shots! John also noticed one of my tamales was slightly overcooked. I didn't say a word, and I didn't even care because I was way more into the rest of the meal, but he politely asked if he could take my plate away and I noticed he immediately took it to the kitchen and, nonchalantly, spoke with the chef in the back without disrupting operations. Although we in no way made any complaint or suggestion that the tamale was anything other than delicious, we were still treated to a free desert of plantains, goat cheese, and this amazing dipping sauce! These guys really do care about giving the best possible experience they can. There is absolutely no doubt that I will be back here many times.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I've seen the Tatt2Away system on the news, and I have heard about it from friends, so glad they are opening a spot here in Southern California!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Good food, nice drink selection, right down the street. Try a shandy instead of a mimosa at brunch.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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I usually don't write too many reviews, but I felt it 100% necessary after the horrible service and mishandling of my friend and I's orders. A little preface for you, I returned roughly a month ago from a two week European road trip through Eastern Europe. I absolutely fell in love with kebab. Anyways, having been excited that I found a location within 20 minutes of my house, my friend and I traveled 15 miles to go get kebabs after I had been raving about them. We get to DonerG and wait a few minutes in line. The place looks nice, you can see them make your food, and you can see the delicious sweating meat spinning on their respective spits. I am starving. I ordered the chicken doner kebab and the falafel pita sandwich along with a drink - my total is roughly $16 but food enough for two people. My friend orders a falafel pita sandwich as well, and the $12.50 Iskender Kebab. We sit down in about 5 minutes each of our falafel sandwiches come out. We are both very hungry and immediately start eating. They are pretty good. Time goes by and we finish out first sandwhiches. We sit there about 10 more minutes, thinking maybe the Iskender plate takes a long time to prepare of something. Finally, it had been long enough and I asked one of the employees where the rest of our food was. She quickly comes out to bring us an ice cold plate of meat with cold sauce. It wasn't edible, so we asked if we could get a fresh plate - we literally did not eat a single bite of food from the ice cold plate. So the employee takes our plate and walks it back to the counter, explains to the manager that it had been sitting out for 10 minutes and they didn't know who to deliver the food to. The manager then looks to the cook, who takes the plate, which I'm not even sure are oven safe considering they are not ceramic but rather some sort of plastic, and places it into the oven. She does this right in front of us, and gives the manager a begrudgingly look, as if to say "don't even question me". The manager is silenced by her even though he can see we are VERY disappointed. My friend even openly made a comment about how he felt offended, albeit in a somewhat jokingly manner. They put the food back in front of us a few minutes later and the yogurt was melty, the sauce gross, and this was all just by appearance. Quite literally again, we did not even touch the food. At that time, we realized this place was absolutely not worth the drive and we had gotten robbed of roughly $20 worth of food as they still hadn't prepared my chicken doner kebab that I paid for in addition to the $12.50 Iskender plate we refused. I didn't want to wait around for them to prepare the plate - it was already pretty awkward and we began to feel more and more out of place. On our way out, the manager could see our disappointment once again, and only offered a "I'm sorry..." and offered no refund whatsoever. It looked like he might have wanted to extend the offer, but he was once again silenced by the begrudging look of the woman who cooked the food and didn't know where to send it.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago