I've been goin' to Smiley's for almost a year. I think they are pretty nice on an OverAll, However, There is an older man there (Heavy set, glasses,Brown skin, and Greyish in hair color) This man should not be working there!! He doesn't fit in their Nice,caring, Family oriented type attitudes. He's obnoxious-&-RUDE! Its clear that he's NOT Confident and some self-esteem issues. however, that doesn't give him The "Go ahead," So-2-speak treat others in the manner he does. When he's working their I avoid goin' in But lately I've had not much of a choice (personal reasons) WIth0uT geTTiN' into all he did -&- Does I just wanted to say that He's rude,-&-Doesn't belong in that environment or any other that deal with the public for that matter.... Their Rice Pudding is Phenomenal, But every once in a while whoever makes it for them, Puts Vanilla yogurt in it. Other than that its SLAMMING. yes I agree with another person on here who pretty much commented on how, there's no order What-So-EvEr, However, And not that this is ok but I think all the workers are just so nice, That when it gets chaotic, they don't know how to handle it So they just deal with it as .. Their Subs are dry,I like em' to be More moist, the Pretzel sandwich's R Incredible, as for a few home items in the store like cleaners, veRRy very pricey. The Owner,G����d guy.
Smileys caters to the hospital crowd. They may not heavily advertise that but a good deal of their business comes from that direction. Why? Probably because they have good food and are fast and efficient. When you have a limited meal break you don't want to waste it standing around. There are usually an ample number of workers so the orders fly out soon after they are placed. Besides takeout food - both custom made and prepared - this place has a neat mix of grocery and convenience items. I would far prefer to give my scratch to a small-town place like this than a chain minute market. As I write this I am dreaming of a large turkey sub with extra onions and a half gallon of Turkey Hill green tea. Ahhh, I wish I had that.
Way better shopping experience than at the local Weis markets. Weis' staff acts like you are bothering them if you want something from the deli. At Darrenkamp's not only is the deli staff super friendly and fast, (I had two helping me at once). Somebody actually walked out to my car to take my cart for me as soon as I was done with it. I am now a loyal Darrenkamp's customer and will not return to Weis!