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Very professional and high quality repair. All information is given beforehand so you are aware of all the risks and potential issues.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I frequented this yoga place up until the owner "reviewed" my account and told me straight up that i am a losing customer and need to pay the amount that he made up on the spot. Front desk staff always changes and is always clueless. Looks like some shady things are taking place there. Take your money somewhere else.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I went with my family to Le Cirque during restaurant week. Other than me, my wife, and my 18 month old son, we also had in our party my cousin and his wife who were visiting from a different country. Everything was going quite well until the time we had to leave. My son was playing with my wife's iPhone and dropped it on the floor. As we were leaving, we didn't realize the phone was still on the floor and proceeded to the lobby of the restaurant in order to leave. That's when we realized that the phone was missing. I quickly returned back to our table to look for the phone. The table was already re-serviced and the phone was not there. I started calling the number, but the phone was turned off. I asked the staff and they said that I should check with the lobby, because that's were they bring lost things to. At the lobby they didn't have anything. We spoke to the manager of the restaurant, a dry snobby male of either French or Italian origin, who stated that these things happen all the time and lost things always end up at the lobby. The fact that the phone was turned off and that the whole thing happened so quickly (it took us no more than 2-3 minutes to get to the lobby from our table and get back after realizing that the phone was missing) implies that someone found the phone and quickly turned it off because if an iPhone is on, it can be tracked using iCloud and a different MacOS or iOS device. Turning it off took care of all that, and there is nothing that can be done until the phone is turned back on. We voiced these concerns to the manager and asked him to ask his staff. After refusing to do that a few times, he called up the main service person who briefly glanced at us with a confused innocent look and said that he saw nothing. We showed up the next day to see if anything turned up, but of course nothing did. We asked the manager to compensate us in any way otherwise as a courtesy. After all, we had a $300 dinner in that restaurant only to have the experience spoilt by a blatant theft. The manager replied "What do you want me to do, buy you another iPhone?" and showed us the door. His only small courtesy to us was contacting the owners of the restaurant, who he said were vacationing in Italy at the moment and weren't available. A few hours after we left empty handed, he called me and said that he spoke with the owners and that they said the loss of patron's personal property is not their responsibility. Wow... My cousin, who was visiting from Russia, had a hard time understanding why such an upscale restaurant would treat their customers this way. That is Russia he is from, supposedly a country with much smaller traditions of good customer service than US... As we kept pondering where the phone could have possibly gone, the only theory that made sense was theft by a staff member. We were sitting just outside of the main hallway facing an empty area where it was highly unlikely for another patron to spot a phone on a carpeted floor. Reaction of restaurant manager was just as appalling as the theft itself, because the restaurant is really quite upscale. As we entered the main dining room, we saw Tony Danza chatting away and the waiter mentioned that another big name movie director had dinner there earlier that day. Of course, to most customers there, losing an iPhone is not a big deal, but to middle class sluggers like us it is. Obviously, satisfying every customer is not a priority for Le Cirque. Stay away...
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Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Sales people in the gym never mention the administrative fee that is charged at the end of the 4th month. The fee is $50 and is charged yearly. It is stated in the contract though, but since most people, including myself, don't feel compelled to read gym contracts, the fee goes unnoticed and is applied when it's too late to change anything. If you call corporate headquarters and complain, you may get some credit.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago