This is a good place given they are honest in my friend's experience. They fix most cars, but call them to see if, how much and when they can handle it.
This seafood restaurant on pier 39 is a flytrap for the clueless tourist. While its views are great and the service is attentive, I found the food to be overpriced given its mediocre quality.
Wells Fargo has a new mantra called the "Great Eight." This directive to all in consumer banking is to stuff (upsell and cross sell) existing customers with 8 of their products. I saw this in their job ads and think that in this time of already rising cosumer debt that institutions that command such market share should be at least a little careful not to tip the economy. Grant it they are pushing savings accounts, but those accounts allow them to make more home financings happen for already over-priced homes. Thanks Wells Fargo!
I took my girlfriend's car in with a cracked windshield. Savon did the work as promised at the price they quoted on the phone. The windshield has not leaked, but if it does I will given them another chance then let you know here if it does not wrk out for me.
In my experience when Postrio opened it was a very pleasant place to go, but as the hotel crowd descended on this basement turned eatery the hostesses became less concerned with frequent customers and more concerned with the image and snobbery. The last meal I had there in 2001 was not at all worth describing because frankly it was unmemorable.
Love it everytime! The place is just a small doorway and waiting area, but you can eat in seats outside and watch the beauty that Valencia and 16th can be at times. Order a Falafel and enjoy a large meal (be careful it can get messy).
Time and time again the food is served to the standard that popularized Betelnut. However, if you are old and disabled or have soem one in your crowd who is this is a difficult restaurant given they push you out the door as fast as possible.
PROS: Food good quality decent value
CONS: Cattle pushing
I like Central because they are independent and local. However, it is very difficult to deal with Central for service issues because they do not understand business office SYSTEMS and how people actually use the products they offer. I have tried to help them understand, but when I try some thing is lost in the translation. They should consider opening their doors and letting in an experience service provider to help them in tis area.
PROS: Independent and local
CONS: Customer Service, any service for that matter