It's open 24/7 which makes it convenient for me to do the laundry drop-off whenever I can. The staff are very nice and very friendly. The lady did my drop-off in a timely manner and every single piece of cloth I had was neatly and tidily folded. Therefore, I never hesitated to tip generously. For me it's building up a very good relationship, as I would always need a very good and professional service when it comes to a place I visit oftenly. Just like the resraurant my family and I visit regularly. But I believe, in the case of laundry drop-off they actually work harder
If you live near this laundromat and dont mind looking for street parking, walking, taking septa bus, or using a taxi to and from it, it's a great p…
I found this Laundry on YP and I'm very happy! I dropped off laundry for their Wash and Fold service and it was extremely quick and easy.
I had my laundry washed and folded by the staff and when I came back to pickup. The laundry they did for me smells fantastic and is very soft
Best on the Avenue. I use this laundromat since I moved in a block away. It's clean and the people are nice.
I just moved into the area and was looking for a local laundromat. I found evergreen laundromat. The place is clean and inexpensive to do your laundry. The owners are very nice. Especially Xu. If you're looking for a friendly local laundromat. Stop by evergreen!
Expensive to wash but free dryer. Staff are very nice. Staff worker carried my basket from my car inside. I tgought that was nice of him.
The WORST experience I have ever had at a laundromat!One of the machines ate our money. We tried to tell the woman working what happened, and she just kept saying "no!" I was trying to convince her to open the machine and see that the quarters were jammed, and she wouldn't. She just kept yelling at us either "don't know," "no" or "shut f*ck up." She finally got a scissor and was able to get the quarters out, after a good bit of arguing, but refused to put a sign on the machine saying it was out of order.She never spoke to us, she started with yelling, and went to the f bomb real fast, even though we were asking her to address a legitimate concern. Later when I asked to speak to the owner to got a neighborhood cop. She brought him inside pointing to us saying "bad people." While she yelled in a different language, I explained to the cop what happened. He said she has been a frequent complaint in the neighborhood (how often is a cop brought in on laundromat disputes!?), and that she is quite frankly miserable. He told me to go to the laundromat on 48th and Pine. The Pine street laundromat doesn't have this nasty lady, but it does have free dryers!Also, it's dirty!Moral: DO NOT GO HERE! Try 48th and Pine instead (I've never been there, but it can't be worse than this one, and it has free dryers!)