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Generally, I liked the Normandy. For it's price point, location, and age, it's well-maintained, priced-right, and I got the room in the photos. The staff was super friendly. The cleaning staff, perhaps, a little over-zealous. I stayed over the weekend, and got the first knock on the door by 9-9:30AM. (Whoa! Come back later.) Per other reviews, maybe there isn't a thermostat in every room, but there was in mine, and I could control the temperature in my room, myself. My *major* gripe is that you're basically in a cellular black hole. I got zero service unless I was standing next to the one window in the room. Luckily, wi-fi is free and works well.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Meh. Thally was recommended by a friend. Service was great! Ambience was spot on and the staff was super friendly. Loved Joe, the Bartender. The food was just so-so. Generally, everything could have done with more than a dash of salt and pepper. I had the flank steak, which was begging for S&P, but the potatoes were good. One friend at the poached shrimp, also in dire need of S&P. I would recommend the duck breast, my other friend chose. It was delicious. Also, get the house-made 'cellos. Orange and grapefruit were on the menu and were perfect 'desserts.'
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
My sister and I stopped in for a quick polish change on our toes. It was a busy afternoon, but we were greeted and seated quickly. Even offered something to drink. I took a star off because they don't have dryers (even portable units) for hands or feet. That was a first and, this family has been frequenting mail salons for decades.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
If you go, eat in. The takeaway service is a nightmare. I've given it several chances and this last time, I walked out after standing around for nearly five minutes without anyone acknowledging me. I was at the counter! I can't say it's the best Italian food you'll find in the neighborhood, and even the fresh pasta won't save poor service.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
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Great local spot, dangerously close to home! Impressive selection of craft beers and wine on tap. Really delicious food. I highly recommend the pork belly grilled cheese. Service is a little slow, but I'm willing to chalk that up to 'early days.' They've only been open for ~2 weeks. Would be a welcome addition to any neighborhood in the city.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Loved! Great food. Amazing service! Have the tortilla, the shrimp, definitely the tuna, and the iberico ham.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The food is delicious, but their customer service needs serious work. Beware, if you bring a kid to dinner, be sure to hoist that kid up (Lion King-style) for the hostess to see when you're checking in. My friend (who was wearing her baby) and I put our names on the list. We waited an hour, then came back when we were summoned via text, checked in again (still wearing a baby), then waited 20 minutes more before we were called to be seated. It was at that point that they noted the kid, and then told us they couldn't seat us where they'd planned (for liability reasons). Us: Okay, so find us another seat. Them: Yeah, we can seat you, in another hour. ... They didn't even attempt to appease us. We left. No one's pork buns are that good.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago