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PT's Coffee Don Roberto latte...perhaps my best tulip yet!
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Verve Coffee Roasters Sermon latte. Berries up front and milk chocolate finish. Delicious!
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After 3 years of asking Whole Foods La Jolla to carry Intelligentsia coffee, they finally do! Awesome.
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UPDATED REVIEW: Rimel's Bar and Grill (UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP) continues to post misleading and untrue information about my experience in order to paint themselves in better light. I'll address all of Rimel's Bar and Girll's comments. 1) I searched Rimel's Del Mar, found the number on the website, and ordered from the website. I can't help if a restaurant updates their website but doesn't take down the old one. 2) You did NOT give me the old pricing. I asked for the manager to honor the old pricing, which she rudely declined. 3) I did receive a free appetizer, because you sent out a coupon to local residents that I used. NOT because the manager was trying to be nice. 4) It's more than a misunderstanding - your manager was rude and condescending. 5) You told me numerous times I would receive a call from any type of manager, and after 10 days of waiting, I never received a call and you blocked me on twitter. You don't take negative feedback seriously - you don't tell the truth. It's a shame that you're doing damage to the good Rimel's name, because you're nothing like them. **TERRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE SINCE NEW OWNERSHIP** We have been coming to Rimel's for years - in the past it has been one of our favorite restaurants to take family visiting San Diego, especially since it's a short walk from our house. However, with our most recent experience (our first since its new ownership), we will never be returning. Last Friday night, my wife and I decided to order takeout from Rimel's (which we have done numerous times). Unaware that they were under new ownership, I googled 'Rimel's Del Mar' and clicked the first link - the same website I've always ordered off of. We selected our food and put in the order over the phone. When I went to go pick up the food, however, the food was $10 more than it should have been (disclosure: we did use a local resident coupon for an appetizer). I asked to see a detailed receipt, which they printed out; I discovered that the charges were $4 and $5 more than listed on the website. I brought this to attention of the manager, and requested she adjust the price to the advertised price on the website. She claimed that the menu website declared 'prices subject to change'. After arguing back and forth with the manager, she did reduce the price on one item because I had verbally confirmed the price on the phone when ordering, but would not budge on the price. On my way to my car, I checked the menu website and found that "prices subject to change" was not on the website, so I called the manager to tell her that I was not happy that she lied to me about the website. She was rude and condescending, and claimed that I was reading the wrong website - apparently there was another website that I was supposed to be using (which doesn't come up until the 2nd or page on Google) - who expects their customers to keep up with every restaurant ownership change? She said some more rude and impatient faked customer-service statements and hung up on me. I then alerted their twitter account of my experience, who I then DM'd to explain about what happened. They apologized profusely and claimed they would tell the general manager and have them call me. I didn't receive any calls, so after a few days I contacted back - where a different social media manager apologized again and said that my experience was being 'passed on' with the understanding I would be contacted. After another weekend of not hearing, on Monday (10 days after the initial experience) - I asked via DM if I would ever hear back from them or if it was a lost cause, where they blocked me on twitter and deleted their tweet to me. I privately contacted Rimel's before posting this review, detailing my whole experience and giving them the opportunity to make right. They repeated apologized and said someone would contact me, but after 10 days of not contacting me, they blocked me on twitter (making it not possible for me to continue to DM them). It's clear to me the don't understand what customer service is - or how to do social media well, apparently.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
My wife and I had a great experience here, especially compared to other Subaru dealers in San Diego. Internet salesman Tim and I corresponded over email to nail down the purchase price on a 2014 Crosstrek, which was very good. We had a trade-in that we were looking for a particular number on, which the manager John matched with no hassle at all. Working with Andy at the dealership for paperwork was quick and easy, and after getting in around 12:30pm, they made the dealer trade and had our car ready to go by 5:30pm the same day. The whole process was very low-key, everyone was respectful and transparent, and we're very happy we decided on getting the Crosstrek from Kearny Mesa Subaru.
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