The stylists at this salon tend to be younger and trendier than your average stylist. And so are the cuts and styles that you will see here at Mia and Maxx. Although the stylist that cut and highlighted my hair asked plenty of questions ahead of time to ensure that she wouldn't do anything that wouldn't fit in with my lifestyle. The prices are not competetive, but not particularly impressive, although they do offer a sort of frequent buyer program and have an extensive selection of products.
You may have to hunt to find great bargains at other T.J. Maxx locations but this location is different. Here you would have to be practically blind to miss all the great steals this store has. Every single time I have gone to shop here I have found something incredibly cute for less than fifteen dollars.
If you want discount liquor or beer go to another liquor store. Twenty First Amendment Liquors, cleverly named, is not known for their low prices. However, if you are looking for a staff that can help you find the right liquor to impress your in-laws or the right wine to pair with the food you are serving at your next dinner party, this is the place to go.
This location is conveniently located within the Castleton Square Mall right next to the anchor store L.S. Ayers. Parking is available either in the garage or the parking lot on the each side of L.S. Ayers.
Prices vary depending on the stylist that you choose but each is very talented and the price differenence is not enough to break your budget. Mall employees receive a twenty percent discount off the services of most stylists.
I have never spent more than ten minutes inside this CVS location when picking up a perscription. The staff does everything they can to make sure that you get all the help you need quickly, and well.
The store is also very well stocked and sales are fairly regular. They offer one hour photo and the prices are more than competetive.
A membership card is required to shop in Sam's Club, which is typical of wholesale stores. Forty dollars will put a card in your wallet for a whole year, and make sure you keep it there. They will ask to see it everytime you enter the store and the process for being allowed to shop without it is long and annoying.
Resist the impulse to buy everything you see because some items can be purchased elsewhere for much cheaper. Just try to keep in mind that not everything is a deal and you will be sure to save yourself money.
You can find literally anything you could want here at Trader Joe's. From fresh pasta to a large selection of wine and beers shopping here is actually fun. And the low prices ensure that you can buy anything and everything that catches your eye and still stay within your budget.
They also offer a wide selection of organic foods.
Although most locations of this chain are almost exactly the same, the Castleton Square location is markedly better than this one.
This store is generally poorly stocked and you are pretty much on your own to find anything. The staff will help if you ask directly, but they will do it reluctantly and if you don't directly ask for help, don't expect to receive any.
The staff at this location is particularly friendly and always willing to offer an opinion if asked about an item of clothing. The dressing rooms are a little cramped but that is the design of the Gap stores in general and not a fault of this particular location.
The only complaint I would have is that there is generally not enough merchandise to last the length of any sales that are advertised. So if you see something on sale, snatch it up.
This is such a fabulous place to find glasses that you will actually want to wear. The selection of frames is very extensive and the styles represented are much more unique than those you would find in a more traditional optometry store.
Ossip accepts most major health care plans and they employ a staff of optometrists to help you determine exactly what perscription you will need.