I do not recommend the Buzz unless you are desperate to go somewhere to dance. For the most part the people there are rude. I suspect that the majority of individuals there are less than 18 years old. The bouncers are not very friendly either. Too many times I have witnessed them yelling at people to "get out of the way" because they stopped for a moment in a pathway. I also find it strange that there is a woman who sits in the bathroom selling her wares.
I frequently go to Eastwind on my lunch break. The meals are prepared quickly and you pay your bill at the cash register. The restaurant itself is moderately spaced, but you don't feel closed it at all. The even offer outside seating. I recommend going during the weekday around lunch time. They have a variety of lunch specials. My favorite is the sushi combination which comes with a miso soup, salad, and a very big crab crunch roll for only 6.85.
Malee's is an example of great thai food. One of their biggest perks is that you can choose the level of "hotness" for your entree. I recommend going during happy hour when they have many deals on their sushi rolls and house favourites (4-7, 9-close). I personally recommend the curry seafood pineapple entree. It may sound weird but it's delicious and only priced at 16 dollars. Yes it is a bit expensive but malee's is more of an upscale restaurant with a wine list.
Great Wall is by no means a fancy restaurant. You can tell it's been in the valley for awhile. The seats aren't expensive and plush but they do their job. I recommend going to the restaurant during sunday around brunch time. This is when they offer their greatest selection of dim sum delights. The prices are inexpensive as 16 dollars can easily feed two people. If you want to experience a taste of a different culture this is the restaurant to go.
My husband was suffering from lower back pains so i called around for a doctor who had a close opening. Dr. Rostan was able to make time for him. When my husband went in for the initial appointment, Dr. Rostan immediately sent my husband to the hospital (he had a bulging disk). After a few weeks of physical therapy, my husband went back to Dr. Rostan for a check up. he explained that he no longer had pain. He even had me fooled. But Dr. Rostan took one look at his back, pressed a finger to his spine and found the bulge still present. If you worry about your loved ones, this is certainly a doctor to consider.
I went to Dr. Kootman because I needed two lower wisdom teeth removed. I scheduled an initial appointment and he was very clear and knowledgeable about the procedure. Don't be afraid to ask questions, because he welcomes them. The office is a bit small, so if you're claustrophobic you may not want to come here. The day after my procedure he called to make sure I was recovering well. I found this to be a nice touch since most medical practioners are usually too busy so they don't take the time to follow up.
The ladies are very gentle with your toes but they apply enough pressure for a relaxing massage. They are very skilled even if they can't fully communicate with you. The spa was also very clean and the pedicure chairs they had were comfortable. I love how they also offer small hand made designs on your nails. I recommend the dragon fly, but it'll cost you a few bucks. Avoid the weekend, unless you make a reservation because this spa is based in Desert Ridge which attracts many people.
Yunan wok is small restaurant that primarily offers take out and delivery. The food is delectable, and they offer many famous Chinese dishes like moo goo gai pan and cashew chicken. The prices are inexpensive, and you'll most likely have left overs. The ingredients used are fresh, and they often have coupons sent out with "free crab puffs" or 10% off. Sometimes the food may take awhile to make, but at least you know they're paying attention to your meal.
I took some of my unadventurous friends for Japanese food. They tried the stuffed crab shell and loved it! I highly recommend this restuarant to people who are weary of foreign foods. Another perk about this restuarant is that they are connected to a small grocery store! The prices for both the store and restaurant are moderate. But you get a nice helping of whatever you order. I also recommend trying any of the teriyaki entrees. A word of caution, some of the waitresses may not be completely fluent in english. But they try their best, and nothing beats real authentic food.
So Oh is an okay place to look for an outfit. They do have the latest styles and some designer look alike accessories. However their prices are quite inflated. For example I found a bebe look alike shirt for 25 dollars. It was a plain white tshirt!
The staff also seem uninterested, I didn't even get a hello!
But if you're at your wits end and you don't care about price then it's not a bad place to check out.