R-Ribs BBQBBQ • Euclid, United States
Fries are fantastic. Catfish was tender and huge!
They call me Jen, because that's my name.
Wow... the bathrooms are filthy, the people are the rudest bunch possible. Get ready to be knocked around or have doors slammed in your face. Oh and you'll wait at least 45 minutes to be checked out.
The bell at the front desk doesn't work. You'll need to get someone's attention another way!
NEW MANAGEMENT! Portions have shrunk, food isn't fresh at all. Noticeably dirtier & soda's "out of order". NOT the same Hot Head. Returned 1/3 of order. Staff unable to figure out refund @ register.
Swing by on the 20% off days to see the best of humanity!
This Target looks like a bomb went off & the female customers will RUN YOU OVER for a line that just opened up. They sell produce, so beware the Direction "cardholders" with their brand new iPhones.
Avoid getting your keys made by a bald gentleman named Chris. Completely rude, actually crossing over into aggressive. Unbelievable.
The employees at the customer center are rude & act like they have authority they actually don't. They WILL give you a hard time about whatever they can. Go to the Post Office, it's less irritating.
Lots of furniture and small home decor items. Prices are a bit high.
I'm not really from this area, but I've been to dozens of Marc's stores. This location is the dirtiest I've ever seen. The staff is clueless and the whole experience is just... ghetto. Skip this one.
Nothing at Oh Boy will disappoint! The fries (original and sweet potato) are crisp and tasty. I really like the Italian chicken breast sandwich with marinara. Delicious! Don't miss this place.
You *can* get some good deals here, but bring your smart phone with you and compare prices!
This is the best Taco Bell location in the area. Clean and they always get the order correct. If I didn't know better, I'd swear it wasn't actually a Taco Bell.
Free air in front of the store.
"Loehmann's" is the correct spelling. It got its name from a store that used to be a major part of the plaza, called, no surprise here, Loehmann's.