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Ian Ivey
Worked at General Services Administration
Attended Georgetown University Law Center
Lives in Herndon, VA


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  • Georgetown University Law Center
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  • General Services Administration
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Herndon, VA
Just picked up a professional French Horn and traded one in in the process. Peter (sales) and Len (owner) were great to work with. Very reasonable. The place offers such a variety of instruments and equipment. Definitely check them out in lieu of buying online -- they made the trip worthwhile.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
The minced chicken and minced lamb kabobs are perfectly cooked - very juicy and a perfect texture. The chicken is savory, and the lamb is lightly spicy / hot. Hummus is nice and creamy, though I'd like a bit more garlic in it. The service was friendly: Handan the server was gracious. Mustafa the chef was a nice guy, both were willing to chat about the place and the food. Kabobs can be easy to overcook, but the food here was succulent. We'll be back.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The ingredients are good; the crepe itself is oddly doughy. Crepes should be a bit more spongy than this. Service is fine -- they seem to cater to the local university crowd and have an attitude to match: nothing objectionable, but distinctly casual, and a bit nonchalant. Prefer Crepes on the Walk near the Verizon Center.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Our favorite Indian spot in northern Virginia. Their lamb Korma and Rogan Josh are excellent. Service is friendly, and the food quality is very consistent. We've been going there regularly since 2009.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
8 reviews
The lamb and potatoes is excellent. Asparagus and egg was lovely and very tasty. Service was friendly, attentive, and helpful with suggestions and descriptions. The place is too loud, and would benefit greatly from sound-deadening material sprayed on the concrete ceilings, at which point they'd be able to turn the music down just a touch. Currently it's an aural assault, making conversation a strain.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Outstanding service. Used Spears for a number of projects. They even do snow blowing in the winter time. Conscientious, treats property like an owner, reliable.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago