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After verbally bullying someone this is how bullies react when confronted by their victim, replace "sue" with "tell the teacher." School's zero tolerance policies hurt bullied victims more than they help anyone. 
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“To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.” – Voltaire
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Another reviewer who ironically speaks poor English, complains that the workers are hard to understand. I don't find this to be true. Now onto the important part the food, it's good. It is easily the best teriyaki place for miles which doesn't say much, however it would be good enough in a more diverse to revisit. They are also fast.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The Divided Sky is an interesting place that opens daily at 2pm. It has the feel of a dive bar / snowboarder hangout, but serves up excellent food. Their menu consists of warm sandwiches, a few starters, salads and soup. The ingredients are all very good quality and much of it is organic. For starters we had organic edamame and garlic bread. Both were well executed and delicious. The garlic bread has large chunks of roasted garlic which is a plus. I had the Kiva sandwich, which is made with wild caught salmon, raw onions, goat cheese, and mixed greens on a ciabatta roll. It was heavenly, the salmon and goat cheese flavors blended together beautifully and I really enjoyed it. On the side I had their tomato basil soup, which was flavorful and tangy, it could have been a bit thicker, but I still liked it. At the table we also had a tuna melt that came on a ciabatta roll with tomatoes and cheddar. I tried some and it was very good. We also had the french bread pizza which was fun and tasty. Also at the table there was a Jenga set which we played with while waiting for our food. There is a fireplace near the windows which is nice in the winter and the atmosphere is very casual with some people just there for the drinks. The staff was friendly and jovial, and the food came out in a reasonable amount of time.
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great pizza and lots of games for the kids. Think chuck e cheese with the dining area separated. The pizza is also like 100x better than chuck e cheese. Its melty, topped generously, and the crust is chewy goodness.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Very pricey for Thai food. The portions are okay, but my salad (which arguably is the least expensive dish to make) was small. The food was flavorful, but I've had much better Thai food. I just didn't feel like I got my money's worth. My son picked over his fried rice, and no one finished it up really. My wife wasn't entirely impressed with her dish either. Not a good value.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Great sandwiches in a hip rustic decor. Appetizers are inventive and tasty. I went here fore the first time today and was very pleased with the setting, it's not too dim but not bright, there are rustic wood accents with steel and leather. I ordered the Mr. Rueben which comes on a thick rye with a creamy russian dressing, thick corned beef, cabbage (not sauerkraut) and swiss. The flavor profile was highly savory and the whole sandwich was delicious. Each sandwich comes with homemade thick cut chips and a small gherkin like pickle, also homemade. My wife had the BBQ Beef Brisket which she couldn't get enough of. It came on a roll with their homemade bbq sauce which is savory and sweet with a smokiness that really knocks the flavor out of the park. My son and sister had the Meatball Melt and each gobbled up as much as they could (it's big). The meatballs are juicy and well seasoned and the tomato sauce is a tad bit spicy, but very nicely so. Service was good, the waiter was knowledgable about the drafts they had on tap and wasn't obtrusive but checked in a couple times. I will be back.
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Delicious fresh flavors, good toppings, sugar free options. Only wish they had a few more flavors.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've lived in New York, visited Chicago many times, and I can say this is great pizza. The cheese is melty and generous, it has chew and stretch. The sauce and tomatoes are fresh and delicious. There is nothing not to like about Zachary's. Their sausage is true italian sausage, not crumbles or some other sort of half way attempt. You have to get the deep dish, I get them to go or half baked for football games like today. Their Zachary's Special is my favorite, but the kids don't like onions so I get more meat based for them.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago