You really don't much help from workers but at least they try. Their prices and return policy are good. They don't take advantage of customers on things like keys, drinks, paint etc. They have a bunch of nice employees and a pleasant atmosphere.
This chain always has a sale going on and the prices even on sale, are high. A true discount toy store could probably surpass them. The size of these stores attracts customers and there is a great selection. The price structure is not fair and returning merchandise is not easy nor is there customer assistance.
The food is enticing but drive through is notoriously slow. The prices go up while the size of portions remains the same. You get more for the same price at other fast food places. Still the hamburgers are really good, always were.
There is really only two things to judge a convenience store on: variety of food and drinks, quality of food and third, the price. The food is okay, the prices a little higher than other convenience stores and the variety is fair but not innovative. I notice how they still have hot dogs on rollers like they used to have in movie theaters 40 years ago and nachos which can be covered with cheese or chili from machines which seldom work
When so many people come regularly to this site it would be nice if exhibits changed or were added over the years. The museum has not changed over the years and so is good for a single visit. The grounds are interesting especially the hiking trails and neighboring sites such as the village and horse trails.
Having a park in the middle of midtown is an anomaly. Having a zoo within the park is more so. Compared to the Bronx zoo this is the perfect zoo. You don't have to hike around to see everything. When the design changed in the Childrens zoo many delightful exhibits were lost such as Noahs ark and going in a whale structure.
It is nice that there are demonstrators showing their products as you walk by. The big piano is always nice but the rush to sell you photos is less so. The prices are high but not outrageous. The layout is awkward and a reorganization wouldn't hurt.
Subways are always a good choice to get food at a reasonable price. Why they don't taste as good as a Blimpies or Quick Chek sandwich is hard to say. Maybe because the meat and cheeses are so sparsely applied.
The museum is quite spacious which can be a blessing or a curse. It is never so crowded that one cannot maneuver. To find a particular item or location is difficult. The guards are understandably nervous about someone touching a piece of art but range from helpful to snooty. All in all not the most interesting museum in the area. The cafeteria is reasonably priced and tasty.
Yes Sbarro is very good and appealing. They have garlic knots and spaghetti and other forms of pasta that are heartwarmingly good. I appreciate the marinara sauce and the vegetable offerings. The prices are high.