As a special treat my husband took me to the Aurora Summit. He claimed it was the best steak ever. Mine was undercooked--like still mooing on the plate. I wanted it medium-rare, but it was so thick a cut that the outside got burned and the inside was still cold and bloody. It was a terribly expensive meal to be so disappointing. My husband swears it was a fluke, but I don't want to go back because I can't afford to pay another $150 for the two of us to eat to find out if this is "the new quality" instead of a one-time thing.
When my grandmother died, the staff and Patterson-Sorrells made everything easier on my family. They handled so much of the difficult parts and left us to figure out the meaningful details. They don't take advantage of grief, and they provide high quality services.
There is a large population of women in Enterprise who "get their hair done" once a week. My grandmother was one of them right up until she died last year. She loved Dudleys, mainly because they charged her such a low rate to take care of her and they talked to her and treated her like they cared. If for no other reason than they are genuinely sweet to elderly women, I love this place.
My girlfriends and I were broke, so we decided to get a bargain mani/pedi. We are sitting in the salon talking and having our nails done when my friend looks at the health inspector score. It was 49. I'm not sure what score makes you close your salon, but 49 out of 100 seemed pretty low to us. All of a sudden we were worried we'd get toenail fungus instead of just pretty polish!
My parents discovered this little gem and took me and my husband when we came to Alabama to visit. I discovered one of my favorite wines: White Sugar Sands. We had a lot of fun tasting wines and looking around. I really enjoyed it, and I wasn't expecting to like it since it's in an unexpected location.
I love Mama Alvino's. I've heard the pizza is good too, but I only get the calzones, and they are fantastic! I like the one that has tons of meat in it. This one is a favorite among everyone at work, and you get a ton of food for the money.
It's really too bad Fay Myers is the closest motorcycle sales and maintenance store in the area, but I hate them. I hate going into the salesroom and being attacked by the salespeople. I hate their policy of allowing a salesperson you don't like and don't want to get your commission to put your name in the computer making you "their sale" no matter who does the real work when it's time to buy. The thing I HATE MOST is the service department. They are slow, inefficient, and sometimes incompetent. With a previous bike they pinched a wire putting it together and caused the battery to die constantly. Then they ordered the part while the bike was in the shop and we kept calling to check on it. Finally, three weeks later, they said, "Oh, sorry, the part has been here." A fix that was their fault and should have only taken a few days caused us to miss more than three weeks of perfect summer riding time. Then, with my husband's current bike, there was a recall. We tried to avoid Fay Myers by going to a different place, who said that he did need a part replaced but it would take a week to get it. Fay Myers claimed to have one in stock, so we went to them instead. They told us the tech said the part didn't need to be replaced. When we told them about the other store's recommendation, they changed their minds and then we waited a week to get the part anyway. Like I said, I hate them.
My husband isn't a Harley guy, but he found a used sport bike that he was interested in at Mile High Harley. We drove up and looked it over. They even let him test drive it. We ended up buying the bike, in part because of how friendly and helpful the staff was. Nice financing department, as well.
I went to Dr. Dickey when I had been having throat problems for a couple of years. He took one look at my throat and scheduled a tonsilectomy. He was kind and talked to me about everything that the surgery would entail. The actual surgery went really well, and I recovered just as he said I would. I even recommended him to a friend of mine who had her tonsils out a year after me. Great guy and a great doctor!
I love this place. Their burritos and tacos are really good, but the best part is really their tamales! They are sinfully delicious, and they only charge $10 for a dozen! I just ate there and it was fantastic!