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Jennifer Brindley
Works at JBe Photography
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Love your channel!  How about some local, healthier stuff that doesn't come from a chain?  Just food for thought, so to speak. :)
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When she held up the Reese's, I died laughing.
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Aaaaaaaaaaaaand then the mayo.  HOLY GOD I'm in love with Grace.  That look on her face of defiant innocence.  Hilarious.
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I've seen plenty of larger people who seem truly happy in their size.  Gabby does not fit into that category.  She doesn't look happy in a single shot in this documentary.  Saying words doesn't mean anything... it's blatantly obvious looking at her face that she's miserable.
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Owner / Photographer: JBe Photography + Boudoir Milwaukee
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  • JBe Photography
    Owner, 2006 - present
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Photographer. Storm Chaser. Giant nerd.
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Friendly service but every time I'm there, it's just completely underwhelming. The ambiance is nice, the aesthetics are pleasing and the location is great... Unfortunately the menu is overpriced - I have no inclination to go back again. This most recent time I ordered the spaghetti squash with quinoa "meatballs." This dish was about 1.5 cups of cooked spaghetti squash, a marinara sauce and three small quinoa mock-meatballs. It was an extremely small portion and it cost me $16 plus tax. That's outrageous. It's nice to have vegetarian options, and I love spaghetti squash and quinoa. But that amount of money for such a simple and small dish convinced me to never go back. Other friends at the table were also underwhelmed with their meals. I will say the bruschetta appetizer is nice. from the website: SPAGHETTI SQUASH & QUINOA MEATBALLS cremini mushrooms, red onion, parmesan and pomodora sauce (v/n) 16
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Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
Super friendly staff, yummy margaritas, great warm chips and salsa. We ordered from the vegetarian menu which offers quite a few options - it's SO nice to have a pre-existing vegetarian menu. The veggie fajitas were super unique and included broccoli, carrots, cauliflower along with peppers and onions. That's not traditional but was quite welcome for two vegans wandering around wanting some good food. We will definitely be back if we're ever through this area again.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
It's a struggle to find good food in the middle of nowhere sometimes, but this place is a little gem. The staff/service was amazingly friendly and accommodating. The burrito was the best I've had in AGES. They grill it so the tortilla is nice and crispy on the outside but still soft in the middle. Delicious green salsa. It's old and funky, set in an old gas station but man, the food is great.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great spot for dinner - top notch service, nice ambiance / feel to the restaurant. Small plates, inventive desserts and delicious food with interesting and creative ingredients. After a week of traveling and eating at average and below average restaurants this was a great way to end the trip. The featured asparagus fries were really nice - the lemon horseradish sauce they come with was so delicious, and I hate horseradish! I had a burger with the ginger peanut slaw (yum,) and my friend got the (from scratch) bean burger. Overall very pleased, would highly recommend it.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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I travel a lot and stay at many budget type hotels and motels, and this is definitely one of the worst hotels I've stayed at. We booked the hotel online, but when we arrived the desk person (who was not at the front desk for at least five minutes when we arrived) told us they had no rooms. Then she said they had one left and she would give it to us. (okay?) -- The hotel is dingy and not well kept - very sloppy and unsightly. There is wifi but it's extremely spotty. No washcloths in the bathroom. No coffee cups in the morning, and the sorriest continental breakfast corner I've ever seen. It looked like someone's dirty kitchen table with random food items scattered around. Random people skulking around outside at night, dirty exterior (trash etc.) If it's your last resort, it's a bed to sleep in (albeit one without a bottom sheet...) but I would not recommend it otherwise.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great sushi, friendly staff.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
We were greeted immediately as we walked in by Dan, who I believe is the chef, or works in the kitchen. Super friendly and nice. We got a room with two beds - the beds are HUGE. Old, funky hotel - really interesting character and it's definitely not "modern," but it's far more interesting than your average chain hotel. Totally affordable and love the location. You can easily walk right downtown and enjoy the town. Whenever we're back in the area we will be staying here! There isn't breakfast but the cafe down the street is awesome. If you're lucky enough to stay here when Melissa is working, she's the best. Great staff. We decided to have dinner here as well, despite some negative reviews on Yelp. The restaurant was definitely understaffed but all you need to have is a little bit of patience and a good attitude. Our dinner was a killer experience. It took a few minutes to get our bottle of wine, granted... but once we had that, we ordered up an appetizer and it got to us in about 10 minutes. It did take 50 minutes from the time we ordered to the time we got our meals but we spent it happily drinking wine and enjoying the gorgeous night on the patio, eating the appetizer and soaking it all in. A fabulous, leisurely evening. And to have a bottle of red wine, an appetizer and two very tasty filet mignon dishes for $55... it was fantastic.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago