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David Meier
Worked at Interval International
Attended University of Kentucky
Lives in Elverson, PA


  • University of Kentucky
  • Northern Kentucky University
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  • Interval International
    Vice President, Marketing
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Elverson, PA
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Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
Food is good especially the Pub Menu, but beers are crazy expensive for the pour. Paid $6 for a glass of Sam Adams served in a small Miller Lite glass. Really? Tavern? I think not.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Probably the worst run branch I visit between among several different states. The downtown branch is excellent, but on every single occasion I've attempted to use this branch I've been the first person in line and told by the manager "someone will be right with you; thanks for your patience". This last time I got the same thing as I watched 4 employees chatting near the drive thru window (no cars at window) and avoiding eye contact as I again waited for the one teller working to finish her extremely long transaction with a customer. I don't make scenes so after 5 or 6 minutes standing there I gave up and walked out. Not one person said a thing to me which is odd since employees out numbered customers 5 to 1. As I said, not the first time for that type of service here but it will be the last time I visit this branch. Probably time to look for another bank.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Lots of inventory and selection jammed in a fairly small store (which is great). Mechanics are always top notch and everyone is friendly. Prices on both merchandise and service is very reasonable.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
90 reviews
Go for the beer and atmosphere not the food. The service can be pretty sketchy for dining. Great location on the water, but the food is pub-food on it's best day. On my most recent visit Happy Hour had $2.50 domestic drafts, but when the check came to my surprise apparently Sam Adams is some exotic concoction (despite being brewed in Cincinnati/Boston) that isn't considered domestic. Short of driving out to the beach, it's the best low-key, water location despite sub-par food and wonky happy hour. If you're looking for $2 Bud Select with a good view this is the place for you. Similar views and better food can be found at nearby Pier22 or Riverside Cafe.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Built on the Chipotle model, this little place offers a nice atmosphere if not a bit small. Food was good, but value is lacking. The $9 Big Bowl was not very big at all and an hour later I was hungry. For $11 ($2 soda), not much of a meal. Beer offerings are to expensive for this type of place. Sodas are specialty drink so Pepsi and Coke lovers might be disappointed.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Some food items are pretty good, but the price is a tad high and the service is always suspect. Last visit we waited 45 minutes for salads while several people were served meals who had arrived 30 minutes after us. We were told the kitchen was backed. Nice way to spend an afternoon trying to get a salad!
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago