All Reviews by sirjohn30

  • Mattrezzz Guys 6547 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX 78757 (512) 454-4897

    5 stars Posted on 12/22/2013 06:50pm

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    Went in just to check out prices, to match what I was going to buy online. Was pleasantly surprised by the kindness of Cory the owner. He didn't try and sell me on anything, didn't try and talk me out of anything. He talked to me like a regular human being. I ended up buying a beauty rest because the prices are great and the owner/salesman Cory was awesome. Highly recommend.....John
  • I Fly Austin 13265 N Highway 183 # A, Austin, TX 78750 (512) 774-4359

    3 stars Posted on 12/16/2013 07:46pm

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    ....for my 43rd. It was a great surprise gift. I wasn't expecting it, and wanted to do it, so that part was great. And the experience is unique but too pricey. The instructor seemed patient and was experienced but just way to expensive for 2 minutes of flight. If you don't care about value and just a unique experience, this is the place for you. Overall I think it's ok or a decent experience.
  • Rudy's Country Store & BBQ 15560 Interstate 35 N, Selma, TX 78154 (210) 653-7839

    1 stars Posted on 12/16/2013 07:17pm

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    I've been eating at Rudy's, here in Austin for 15 years, hell!, I've even eaten at the Rudy's in Colorado(I wouldn't recommend it), but I must say this is the worst(not wurst) Rudy's BBQ. The brisket was dry, they tried to shove cream down down our throats, they charge 35cents for onions, the place is messy, the workers are rude, dirty, and Unknowledgable about their product, and the food tastes funny. Look people!! This is Texas! Not Colorado! We have standards here. We have choices. Under no circumstances stop in this crap hole. Keep driving.
  • Hops & Grain Brewery 507 Calles St, Austin, TX 78702 (512) 914-2467

    5 stars Posted on 11/23/2013 06:08pm

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    First time in, just a small unassuming tasting room, but pleasantly surprised by the variety of handcrafted beers. Loved the pale dog and some of the others too(forget the names). Didn't care for the Chardonnay flavored one. But overall great experience in beer tasting. Funky tabc laws make you have to buy a souvenir glass and the you get a token for a beer.
  • Hyatt Harborside 101 Harborside Dr, Boston, MA 02128

    1 stars Posted on 11/14/2013 06:12pm

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    This is the 2nd year we stayed here for a week, and this last time was worse that the previous. The service in the restaurant is slow and lousy. The food is ok, but pricey. The room is small with no extras. No mini fridge, bed is ok not soft like the Hiltons'. They try and nickel and dime you to death. No free morning coffee. No pool, no jacuzzi. Outdoor fire place was working, only on the night we left, which was on a Tuesday. The concierge was awesome, and really the ONLY bright spot.
  • Strega Prime 400 Tradecenter, Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 933-3333

    1 stars Posted on 11/12/2013 05:28am

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    Terrible, terrible terrible service, did I say terrible. And oh yea, I almost forgot it was terrible. On a Sunday night, our other party arrived before us and were ignored at the bar and ignored by the hostess. The girls that work here are not hired for their skills but rather for looking like a Barbie doll. Luckily the bus boy was looking out for us. The food, I ordered the dry aged ribeye was decent and juicy. Another of our group ordered his steak medium-rareand it was definitely over cooked. When we asked the ditzy waitress, she argued with him, after he insisted(because it's a $50 steak) she took it back to the kitchen, cut it opened, and then brought it back to argue her point. He didn't argue back, but he didn't eat it either, he wasn't happy. The waitress couldn't explain food ingredients well. It's possible her verbal skills are limited to teenage talk, I don't know, but she was terrible. Our bill was roughly $450 but there was no way she was getting 15 percent. Terrible....do not go.
  • Mare 135 Richmond St, Boston, MA 02109 (617) 723-6273

    5 stars Posted on 11/12/2013 05:11am

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    This is the second time I've eaten here in two years and I must say its beautiful. The restaurants intimate but the views are spectacular and the food AND service are a step ahead. Start with the food, I had the giglante de peici(bad spelling) and it's a plate of everything, scallops, lobster, fish, shrimp, and langestein all of it grilled. It was fresh and tasty not over seasoned. The clams were fresh and service was some of the best. Next year I will definitely return. Tip...go early.
  • Legal Sea Foods 255 State St, Boston, MA 02109 (617) 742-5300

    3 stars Posted on 11/07/2013 06:16pm

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    No, sorry....where do you people normally eat? Mcdonalds?? It was good, I guess. And yes, I had the premier "lobster 3 course" dinner, and had a dozen oysters for appetizers. Ok....I guess I didn't eat what you had. And it was decent, 3 stars, but 5 stars!?? It's a food factory, it's not fine dining by any means. Sorry to burst your bubble. If you're looking for good decent food at standard prices with ok service, than this is your place. If you're thinking fine dining 5 stars, keep driving.
  • Fenway Park 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215 (877) 733-7699

    5 stars Posted on 11/06/2013 08:53pm

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    Great time at the oldest park in the nation. Lots of history and memories, all the greats were here. A must see, even if you don't love baseball.
  • Mike's Pastry Inc 300 Hanover St, Boston, MA 02113 (617) 742-3050

    3 stars Posted on 11/06/2013 08:47pm

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    This place is good but gets really crowded, go early and in middle of the week. Great selection, creamy.