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I don't frequent laundry mats often since I usually have access to a washer and dryer, but occasionally I need to take our king size comforter to a laundry mat since it won't fit in a standard washer and I have to say that this is the BEST laundromat I have seen! It's clean, well lit and has an attendant on duty to help you out (and they are very friendly too!). They have a variety of different sized washers and dryers for you to choose from. They also have free wi-fi (ask for the password), video games, snack/drink vending machines, separate men and women's restrooms, TVs, drop off laundry service (didn't use, so I can't comment on that), ATM, change machine and a laundry center that supplies you with just about every laundry item you could need (including laundry bags and hangers if you forgot them). They do have a coupon machine, but there was a sign on it that said there was no coupon available so I wasn't able to play with it and besides I'm not sure if it is only available for members or not. They are 24 hours but have "regular" daytime hours which are 7:30am - 10pm which works just fine for me. But for $10 you can get their membership card that will allow you to get in after they "close" for the night. And it it is located across the street from Centenary College (the southeast corner) which is a plus if you are a college student. Their prices might be slightly higher (think about $0.50 or so) than other laundry mats around here, but well worth it. If I remember right, the washers were $2.25, $4, $6 and $8 (for warm water) depending on size and water temperature (cold water is cheaper, hot is more expensive). And the dryers had a couple of different prices depending on size and how long you wanted to dry. They offer dryers that will give you 6 minutes for $0.25 or 32 min for $1.25. There were other drying options but I don't remember the price off the top of my head. And best off all, my clothes came out clean and smelled nice! I will certainly be using this laundromat from now on!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Even though I have enjoyed shows at this location since it opened, I'm seriously considering not returning in the future since this venue has gone so far downhill. They still haven't paved the general parking so you are walking on loose stones and I slid a few times. And they still only provide port a potties in the parking lot. You are better off going to the bathroom in woods, which everyone does anyways. The line to get into the amphitheater took forever to go through because females had to go to a separate line which took 3 times as long as the male line. They never separated sexes before and there was never a back up like that! Plus, the security guard made me toss my half drank bottle of water because it was opened. We even called the venue before arriving (as their website stated) to find out what was allowed and what wasn't. All they mentioned about water was bottle water was allowed but they never said anything about it having to be an UNOPENED bottle of water. And the unopened bottles of water were opened by the security guards and poured into paper cups so that made the entry line move even slower! So when I eventually got inside, I had to buy water because it was so hot outside. And a cup of water without a lid was $4.50 ($11 for a cup of beer)!!!! The line to the bathrooms moved at a decent speed but once inside, the bathrooms were dingy. And the toilet I had continually flushed so my butt got soaked - disgusting!! We had seat tickets and most of the seats are good. By the end of the show, the venue was trashed....there were cups everywhere. I barely saw any trash cans (and the ones I saw were stuffed full). And the parking lot was pretty much a free for all leaving. So the next time a performer tours that I want to see, I think I may skip coming here again and see them somewhere else. Pros: Located outside of Pittsburgh so it is easier to get to, most of the seat tickets have a good view of the stage Cons: No good bathroom facilities (parking lot or inside), getting into the venue was a hassle and took forever, the prices were outrageous!
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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