I've gone to Pugzi's for years for lunch. They have freshly made sandwiches, soups, salads and great cookies and rice krispy treats for deserts. They started out as a small shop and later moved to a larger location next door to accommodate more customers. They can handle a large crowd very quickly and efficiently. Prices are reasonable and service is excellent. I highly recommend their roast beef sandwich on sour dough bread.
They also cater and have a drive thru window for pick up orders that you can call in or fax ahead of time.
This is a cute little neighborhood feed store that sells all sorts of stuff. They have a large supply of windchimes - I always like to browse through and usually buy one or two. I also buy "straw" to line the dog house and the dogs beds on the porch in the winter. I can buy a bag of it rather than a big bale, which is more than I can use. I also buy sprays for my apple trees in the late winter/early spring. They have all sorts of bird food and other animal products as well as garden products. In the spring they usually have tomato plants and other assorted herbs and vegetable plants - not a huge selection, but a few things. It's a nice store - not to big, not to small and is very convenient if they have what you are looking for.
When my husband and I moved from Phoenix we were not expecting to find any decent Mexican Food in the northwest. Boy were we surprised to find it right in our back yard! This restaurant has all the typical Mexican Food you would expect and want. Their house margarita's are very good too and they have a decent beer selection, including a few Mexican beers.
I still find it odd that they top their dishes with parmesan cheese instead of cheddar, but it tastes good! They have a nice kids menu too so we can bring the whole family. Prices are reasonable, service is excellent. Busy or slow - we always get our food quickly and the service is always friendly - which is great with young children.
We visit this place on a regular basis - at least 2-3 times a month. I would highly recommend them.
I love this place. Their beers are good and for me (not a huge beer fan) the food is better. So both me and my husband are happy. Their beef stroganoff melts in your mouth. Portions are large, but not "super size" large - so maybe you'll have room for desert, though I never have! Service is average to above average. Prices are fair, especially considering the quality of the food and beer. I would highly recommend this restaurant.
I hate to be the odd man (or woman) out, but I've just never been impressed with this restaurant. Their beef stroganoff is tough and unmemorable. Several times we've been there and requested a wine on their list and they were out of it - or even two or three of the ones we asked for. Prices are not out of line, but the food simply isn't that great. Battle Ground deserves better. People do seem to love this place - I just can't figure out why.
I've been to this restaurant a couple of times with my kids for lunch. The food is okay and the service was a bit slow - okay really slow, especially since we had kids. But they mean well. The decor is kind of kitschy and feels like you've stepped back in time 40 years or so. During one visit the waitress spilled an entire glass of ice tea on my lap and didn't even offer to comp my meal - or even the ice tea!
At another visit, after seating us they realized they wouldn't be able to get to us for another 30 minutes due to a large party in the back, so they did comp our drinks and let us leave since we couldn't wait that long with our kids.
The food is "okay". They attract more of a senior citizens crowd. Prices are reasonable. They do have a play structure outside for the kids to play on and a real "Victory Garden" which is quite beautiful. From what I understand they use the produce from the garden in their meals, which is very cool.
This is an "okay" place to eat. It's cute. Just make sure you aren't in a hurry and bring a change of clothes in case you get spilled on.
We went to United Tile when we remodeled our kitchen, hall bathroom and hallway. They have a huge selection which can be quite overwhelming. One of their reps helped me narrow down my search and pick the right tile for our project. She also helped me with design ideas and let me take home numerous samples to see how they looked in my house. Their knowledge of their products, home design and remodeling projects was a tremendous asset to me. They were a HUGE help to us in getting this project done and we love the tiles we bought from them. You can't buy direct though - you have to go through a distributor. We used a distributor that was right down the street from them to order the tiles and it wasn't a big deal.
My husband sees Dr. Sibilla on a regular basis. This is a chiropractor that really knows his stuff. In my husbands case he ended up having neck surgery done after Dr. Sibilla referred him to a neurologist and then a neurosurgeon for his problems. He still sees Dr. Sibilla for the issues that can be dealt with through chiropractic care and is very happy with him.
You can buy Oroweat bread and Entemanns products here at a fraction of the normal retail price. You also get a punch card - which gets you a free product when filled. For every $6 you spend, you get a free item. They practically pay you to shop here! There is another location in Vancouver, WA - on Grand south of Mill Plain. It is worth your time to make a separate trip to this store to buy your bread products.
My friends and I like to go here for coffee while our kids are in school. They offer breakfast and lunch at reasonable prices. Service is normally very good and the food is excellent. The ambiance is very comfortable - kind of antique/country decor. They have good house coffee and specialty coffee drinks. Their rice krispy treats are one of my favorites. I've had both breakfast and lunch there - and enjoyed both very much. Parking is street parking (metered) or if you park one block to the east, there is a public lot that offers 2 hours free parking if a space is available.