These guys are great! This charming store will nurture your inner (or outer) geek. Also a great place to buy a gift for that special comicbook/Magic card/gamer/Dr Who fan in your life. Helpful staff and great events makes this place a winner
We tried Smashburger last week and I have to give recognition to the wonderful service we received from First Shift Manager Byron. He was kind, courteous, friendly, attentive to the guests and was really a one-man crew: working the front counter, serving the tables, wiping the tables and still finding time to greet everyone who walked through the door and to say good-bye to every guest leaving.
The food was terrific, and I appreciated the choices that were offered especially on the side items. I would like to see a veggie-burger offered but the steamed carrots and asparagus with ranch were yummy. I will say I thought overall they're a bit pricey, but I tell you I don't mind paying a little more if we're going to get excellent service like Byron delivered. We'll definitely be back!
What a great program. Such an easy and inexpensive way to make a caring impact on a child this holiday season. Great group of people volunteer to run this locally every year. There's a funny video message from Shaquille O' Neal on the Toys for Tots website Shaq A Claus
Can't say enough good things about this program. My son looks forward to every day he goes. The volunteers really do an outstanding job connecting with the kids and mixing school work/responsibility with activities and fun.
The food is always fresh and tastes great. I may be developing an addiction to the fries. Friendly staff, nice retro atmosphere, the only thing that's stopping me from giving a 5-star is that the kids meals, priced at 3.99, only includes 2 small chicken strips. I'd expect at least 3 strips for the money, and it would be cool if they through in a free cone or something.
Great time on Saturday! Game Nut celebrated its 5th birthday party by giving away $5,000 worth of stuff in drawings and prizes. Like Nintendo Wiis, ipods, xboxes, plus they served cake in the gaming loft (which is awesome by the way, you can pretty much play any game on any system ever while lounging in a great big massage chair.) I saw a grandfather playing an old Atari 2600 version of Donkey Kong on a giant high-definition screen. And I can't forget to mention the cupcakes done in the style of pac-man, power-pellet maze and all.
If you're downtown, you can't miss their window displays. Unveiled on Saturday, 'Rampage' - imagine king kong and godzilla duking it out in in the great big city. Insanely awesome!
My family and I absolutely love this place! I get their Spinach and Cheese enchilada a lot, also the spicy burrito con carne is spicy and great. They've got a good kid's menu, and plenty of low carb choices as well.
Yea, I love them. First of all, they're open 24/7. Second, they'll make you a hot breakfast and have a cereal bar where you can eat cereal and watch cartoons. Third, half priced drinks in the mornings! Oh, and their large is like other places medium.
Friendly place to get some quick mexican. At first I didn't know quite what to think,and honestly the food didn't look all that appetizing. But looks can be deceiving because this stuff is delicious. Great place to pop in for lunch
These guys always have some kind of deal or special going on, which is great. Also, some of the most unique kinds of pizza I've ever had - like the Seafood Ravioli pizza. That's got lobster and shrimp on it! Definitely not your ordinary pizza