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I know that this is based on the plate #, but you should probably blur that car's plate for privacy concerns. We don't really need to give the Internet Hate Machine an easy target, do we?  And the State Attorney General Consumer Affairs Division would probably be a good place to start.
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I blog and tweet politics and sports
Politics and Sports nerd. Fascinated by social media and its potentials. Love to write and tweet about politics,sports,media and life in general. 

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The fried chicken is great. Best in the area by far. There is no close second place. Great Halal Food option. Buffalo Chicken Pizza is pretty good too. The owner is extremely nice. I'm fairly regular here now. The owner makes a genuine effort to make sure every thing was right with your order. If you go there solo he'll offer to take your order to your car. Genuinely great customer service.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
They have two drive thru here. Line gets ridiculously long here at night. Service at night is extremely slow.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Taste matches the original carts from Manhattan. Prices are higher like expected but the quantity being less sucked. I've even here a couple of times now. I usually get just pita and the gyro in a plate. No rice. No chicken. No salad. At the street carts they load you up with the gyro meat and not leave the plate half empty like they do here. That is the only reason I'm giving them a four star here. If you are whining about them not having lamb you're just exposing yourself as someone who hasn't been to the street carts in a while. They've had beef at the carts for a while now instead of the lamb. There is some seating available but plan on taking your order to go. There are also other options (like french fries) available that aren't available at original street carts
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
15 reviews
Decent Service area on I-90. Enjoy some great Canadian coffee from Tim Horton's. There are other food options here too.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Cheese slice was ok. I've had better and I've had worse. Would come back here if I was in the area. The place has a ton of seating. It can probably seat close to a 100 people (if not more)
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Didn't think that my first visit to a Presidential Library would be this one but I was in town so knocked it off the list. There are plenty of cool artifacts on display they you'd find interesting if you're into politics or history. Give yourself at least two hours so you're not rushing yourself in there. Parking is $7 and is literally across the street. If you are paying cash you have to pay inside but they take credit cards as you are exiting the lot. Entrance is $16 but there are discounts available for kids. Make sure to go into the true to size Oval Office replica. It is also furnished to be an exact replica of how the office looked during his second term. Also leave some time for "Decision Points". It is an interactive exhibit. You go into a room and see how you would make certain decisions and how they compare to the ones Dubya made. The four scenarios they give you are Katrina, the financial crisis, Troop Surge in Iraq and the toppling of Saddam. Did notice that they didn't sell shot glasses at the gift shop. We usually get them as souvenirs everywhere we go. I'm guessing it is because of his history with alcohol?
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago