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Love it here, but it gets really crowded on weekends.
Swedish meatballs and strawberry shortcake
IKEA is a great place for all kinds of furniture and has great ideas for small spaces. It's a joy and an adventure to walk around, and their food court is more than adequate. I adore IKEA!!
It's big. Try the meatballs.
My dream kitchen lives here.
Huge place! Great ideas
IKEA has some great items sometimes. Sometimes they don't. The stuff is hit or miss. My advice is pay attention to how the model furniture and decor has worn out. If it looks terrible be careful.
Love the variety
I straight up love IKEA. Just hate how you have to walk through everything to get what you want.
They still have a fully stocked packing table with scissors, tape and brown paper. 👍 Other IKEAs don't have it anymore.
Covered parking is useful during winter time.
Getting ready for baby 😊
First, get a snack in the cafe, then tour the rooms. Before you go downstairs and shop grab more food. Stock up on everything you never knew you needed, and grab Cinnamon Buns to go.
Why must lines be so long?
It's all about the meatballs!
Make sure you have your membership card with you. They will not look it up for you at checkout. I
Leave ur kids at smile land for full one hour and these plants are not real 😃
The salmon filet was tasty - and inexpensive
Food is Fine for the price. Make sure your screws are included with purchase or you'll makea second trip.
Be sure to pee before walking around or else you must start over at the beginning
Lots of great storage solutions for small spaces, and meatballs!
Build your own shit here.
Granted its a weekday, but the cafeteria is understaffed plus slow as molasses. Not on top of their game. A quietly aggravating experience.
Sunday afternoon.....Crazy Busy!
First time home buyer tip. Plan a whole near to just look before you buy anything. Saves on return trips. And if you're missing parts they have a parts department in the returns area.
Expect a good 30 minute wait to return items. Not well run at all.
Don't shop here if you wanna keep your sanity. Waste of time and could bring about a heart attack.
This place is way too confusing! I feel like a mouse in a maze. The service sucks and these idiots need to learn how to do their job. I spent 3 hours because every worker told us something different.
Lame number system for returns, total time waster when a bunch of people have taken off & they take up time calling all those numbers. Plus there should be more staff here after the holidays.
The Swedish Meatballs are amazing!!!
Sick!!! Made me wanna throw up!
Go half Sierra Mist and half Lingonberry fountain drink. You won't regret it.
bring a truck, or a trailer. you're gonna need it.
Bring your own booze, apparently.
Buy a cot first before you go to the returns desk. You'll need it and a few hours of spare time.
I have not been here yet... Just sayin'.
Bring GPS, compass, & flashlight in case of a power outage, essential items when spelunking through this cavernous "store"
My wife and I love to reenact, 500 Days of Summer. Try it... If you've seen it you'll know the part.
My first IKEA in the States, and I loved it! Even converted the hubby from a shopping hater to "This store is amazing!"
Weeknights are the best time to shop to avoid the crowds
Go here if you feel like being overwhelmed by alot of stuff you want!! Haha
Rhubarb tart OMG
The meatballs are mostly horse free.
Receiving is the worst.
Love this place
Apparently like every other store in the world, you can't grab the item your exchanging before you return your item and the staff yells at you for it. They want you to spend forever in their rat maze.
It's always a DIY experience at IKEA but that's why it's so affordable. Sometimes wish I could find more people to answer questions- otherwise always a pleasant experience.
Luv the store, hate putting together the furniture.