I eat here multiple times a week, sometimes twice in a day. The Falafel and hummos is delicious as well as their many assortments of salads. Heart of palm, tabouleh and fatoosh are my favorites. Give them a shot, the owner Samir is very friendly and always has a smile on his face. *** Vegetarian Friendly ***
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You people do realize that the issue is with cell phones in prison, right? No, too busy "hating" on SCDC.
thingy majigger? when I figure out what that is I will certainly start working on it. oh yeah I forgot, I'm not a geek squad twirp. why does everyone relate IT with fixing computers? get your head out of your ass and stop being so simple minded.
Haha you all are mistaken. I am not putting down anyone because of the career that they chose. My complaint is that if you are accepting of the fact that you work in a restaurant then you should be accepting of the crap that comes with the job. Complaining about the random messy person is like a garbage man complaining that the trash he just picked up smells terrible. And congrats on being in the military! Lets all give you another medal. You were subject to those conditions because you CHOSE to join the military. DON'T complain about the shit pile you are in of you chose to walk in it.
Nanners I am an IT professional who does not rely on anyone or anything but my own paycheck. Again you don't have your facts straight which in turn makes you the ignorant ass. I just don't see how people who are in the business of serving the public complain so much about what people of the public do... in public. Yeah it is gross to see someone make a mess at their table, and yes it sucks that someone has to clean it up. But at the end of the day if you hate your job so much, go get a fucking education like everyone else and get a "REAL" job. And I tip 20%-30% based on the service I receive, thank you very much.
how about getting a "real" job then? then you won't have to complain about cleaning up after someone else... unless you become a janitor.
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