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Janessa Lawson
Attended SCC
Lives in Spokane, WA
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Spokane, WA
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Took two days to even call me back for a new patient appointment. Ridiculous.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
This place is DISGUSTING. Carpet was covered in stains and worn out, there was a hair on the shower wall, the room was huge but strangely laid out, and the sofa was at least 20 years old. The bedspread had been kept up to date, but surprise!--it was only on the bed to cover a stained comforter. I was so glad we were only staying for 1 night before moving on.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
So as not to bury the lead: there were several pieces of MEAT in my VEGETARIAN dish. I've avoided the Old European/Little Euro restaurants for over 4 years, because this happened to me the last time I visited as well. I thought it was a one-time thing, but I guess not. I ordered the Garden Goulash and found one piece of ham while at the restaurant. I picked it out and kept eating (carefully), when many vegetarians would have pitched a fit with the waitress. I am not one of them. When I got home and reheated my leftovers, I found 3 more pieces of meat (1 more ham, 2 bacon) after reheating it. $12 to waste most of it. Guess it will be another 4 years before I'm dumb enough to try again.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
When I was a kid growing up in the valley, my grandparents would take me here often. Since my husband and I moved back to the valley we've long talked about going here, and we finally did on Saturday. I'm pretty sure they haven't changed a thing in the 14+ years it's been since I've been here, aside from getting rid of the old player piano. The carpet has certainly seen better days. Our server was great, until she went on break and nobody else came to check on us. We waited for a server to even come within earshot (we were in the main room) for 15 minutes so that we could have our drinks refilled and get pie, but no one ever came, so we paid and left. Now on to the food. We didn't realize you couldn't get breakfast all day (like at most places like this), so that was annoying to discover that breakfast had just ended when we showed up at 1:15 on a Saturday. The thing that really irritated me the most, even more than the abysmal service, was the menu. It has approximately 843 items on it. They do not offer one single item that is vegetarian-friendly, which in today's day and age is just absurd. You have burgers on the menu? Why don't you throw a box of veggie burgers in the freezer? I wound up ordering the "pots o' gold," potato skins covered in cheddar and bacon. Except minus the bacon. I could have easily made the same thing at home, except I wouldn't let it sit under a warmer and get tough and chewy before eating it. Their food is overpriced to top it all off. I suppose if the service hadn't been so terrible I'd be willing to give this place a second chance for breakfast, but I won't be back.
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Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I went here with my 2 sisters in law and mother in law, upon the recommendation of a friend. Amber is very nice but not very good at her job. After 3 days my nails are falling apart...not that they looked very professional to begin with. I asked for designs expecting that they'd be done freehand, since she's a professional and all. Instead I got stickers. I could do stickers myself. She suggested doing glitter tips on 2 nails, and it could have been cute if she'd done it with any precision at all. Not that it really matters since the glitter started coming off after 2 days. She couldn't even stay within the lines with the polish, and going over the edge of the nail leads to lifting, which leads to peeling. Half of my pinky peeled off because of lifting, and I'm just waiting for the others to follow suit. Amber should not be allowed to do gel polish nails. I'm unlicensed and untrained and I do my own gel nails better than she did. What a waste of money.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
$17 to flat iron hair? Really?! The way this place piecemeals their prices (a cut may be $11.95, but shampoo is an additional $4, blowdry another $2, and flat iron a whopping $17) is extremely fishy, and means it will add up before you know what you've gotten yourself into. For $34.95, you can go to a much nicer place than this.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Coming off of a terrible David's experience, Marcella's was a dream come true. My sisters-in-law-to-be had to convince me to give Marcella's a try, as I'm often wary of boutiques because I'm afraid of feeling obligated to buy and spending more than I can afford. This was hardly the case at Marcella's. I found my dream dress, it's well within my budget, and I can't wait to go back for my alterations. Their service was outstanding but not pushy. See my full review on Yelp. This is a MUST for every bride who's gown shopping.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago