Without a doubt the best in town, this transplanted X Hoosier solidly believes you guys are the best!
Stopped in the other day to pick up some meds. WOW, what a great place right smack in the middle of Downtown Colorado Springs. Beautiful aromatic buds furry with trichomes! Bought 4 strains, 1/4 each for total of $150. These buds would sell easily for $210. I also got a gram of CANNALAB Blue Dream Honeycomb Wax for $32 that was twice as good and pure as any Mahatma you can find. Come check them out and give them your opinion. Grab a BUD Rater form and give them your feedback. Be creative, you may get published!
I am very disturbed that the movie "Left Behind" is showing only once a day and is late in the evening for family viewing. Disappointed in the Cinemark Tinseltown staff that made this decision.
I would expect way more from a local business owner. This place is repeatedly bouncing payroll checks and the owner Richard is indifferent, and belligerent when confronted about it.
Something very unexplainable is going on with this Company. First, we were able to select a vehicle we desire pretty quickly from the website. The website appears to be a generally developed site by Subaru to all of its deals.
At first, when we called the Sales Reps, well you know, they were Sales Reps. A price was tentatively agreed upon. However, once they realized it was going to be a cash deal, the company became very toned and hostile, and created some of the most unusual excuses NOT to sell a car. Yes, cash in hand, and they would not sell a vehicle for the following reasons:
1. It wanted an additional $1000.00, in advance of the full cost of the vehicle, which they, 'might' return. The company refused to describe what the terms of the $1000.00 was for.
2. It wanted me to fill-out a credit application for its own use.
3. It wanted us to go through a credit background check.
What the $(%*. So, I properly and timely escalated, what I thought was a misunderstanding: A car company did not want to sell a vehicle to a fully-paid out the door vehicle to a customer. I called Subaru of North America, and they basically told me, they did not care what happened to the vehicle once they handed it over to the various sales store. Wow ! ! !
I received a confirmed email and text from both internet sales director and car sales director, that their policy of discriminately asking for money and full credit checks, and background checks was the way they do business and if I do not like it, the deal was canceled. I countered and offered them to go through a credit check of mine, a security check and make a deposit to me, to secure until delivery of the vehicle. They declined, and said no more business.
I do not care what kind of business they have sold to other people on what or who they are. I have never ever heard of a car company turning down a cash deal, until this one. There is only one reason I can foresee why they did it. They do not make enough money on a cash deal and would rather use those vehicles and practices to leverage many more unwitting people. Buyer be ware. Nonetheless, this terrible decision and experience by both Subaru (which I really respected) and its sales businesses has all but ensured I will not ever consider Subaru again.
A1 something for everybody
Knowledgable staff good bud and prices check em out first time special shows love and every time after that great variety of prices and quality
I've just started going there and I didn't have that experience at all.
The food is great; the atmosphere is mellow/friendly. "Soon come' in Jamaica means you may never get your food or beer, but here the service is wonderful. Check out B+ (Be Positive Band) when they play here for reggae excellence.
Excellent food and service; never had a bad meal here. Their "Bento Boxes" are a little pricey, but you always have enough to take home for a lunch the next day because they are so generous with their portions. Hot tea is always piping hot, and sushi always very fresh! sushi quality is 5 star!
I wish there was a rating below one star, because that is what this establishment, Academy Riding Stables and WALTER (manager) deserves. Nathan on the other hand was wonderful! My niece has disabilities, but rides all the time. I was on the phone with this company for 20 minutes explaining my niece's needs and I was assured those needs would be met. Upon arrival I learned differently. My niece was so excited, she just couldn't wait! And so was I!! The manager was rude, I explained who I spoke with and the special accommodations I was promised ( a lead for my niece, nothing more). He didn't believe a word I said. He said he was told nothing about it and HE was the manager!!!! He would not put a person with my niece. I could not ride beside her. However he assured me he would be leading the ride and she would be right behind him, so he would keep an eye on her. Nathan helped my niece on her horse and was great! Walter yelled at him to get that horse moving before my niece, horse or Nathan were ready. Walter did not go on the ride, my niece was listing off the saddle, but I was told not to ride beside her so even I was not allowed to help her. She almost fell off the horse. I stopped the ride and we left. Walter kept telling me this is not a therapeutic stable, good because we didn't need a therapeutic stable. Walter and the person at the entrance were extremely rude and made sure the ride didn't happen because of her disabilities. We will be notifying the ADA and hope they come down hard on Walter and his assistant. He should be called Mr Discrimination!!! Please let this company know what you think of this incident!!
I too was treated poorly: I have ridden for over 30 years, and NEVER have I been asked to weigh in. I was 2 lbs over their weight limit. The front clerk loudly told Walter about it. (I was so happy everyone on the ride knew my weight) But good old Walter let me ride. That assistant did not agree, but I was still allowed to ride. I would not even recommend this place to my worst enemy. SHAME ON YOU WALTER!!! As it's said.......Karma is a @$%^h. I hope you consider taking Academy Riding Stables from your site.
GREAT FOOD W/ AWESOME STAFF!! JON WAS VERY FRIENDLY AND TOOK CARE OF US!!
I really don't understand the bad reviews! Great staff, prices, and quality! Also so many choices! I come here all of the time and I've never had a problem. I will be returning.
Didn't take too long to check in as a first timer. i got more than i expected. I love the fact they have concentrates and awesome edibles
Every Sunday, my friend and I hold a tradition of trying to find a new place in town to eat. It provides opportunity to experience new digs and meet new people in our area. Two Sundays ago, we were craving MEAT and starting walking down town towards Tejon. My eyes glossed over and my mouth started to water when I saw the sign for Bingo Burger, “Theeeeerrreee,” I managed to mumble through the drool. We walked in and stood in line behind other carnivores waiting their turn not knowing what they wanted. So they let us skip in front.
We ordered one vanilla malt and one chocolate shake, order of large fries, and two burgers. Nothing complicated like tofu banana peels with a box of air; just one chicken burger with a fried egg and one BLT burger. They finally got our order right after two failed attempts at giving us other people’s orders. We sat outside in order to avoid the children’s birthday party going on inside. It wasn’t actually a classified children’s birthday party but had all the makings for one; loud children jumping on things they aren’t supposed to while their parents dully sit back and discuss whatever it is inattentive parents discuss. We had a good view of a tree and the homeless who sit at the corner StarBucks. “Don’t mind us eating our 8 dollar meal right in front of you...Of course, I don’t have any change to spare, I spent it on beating the last level of Mortal Combat at Supernova.”
The food was good and worth the wait but not worth the atmosphere. The staff gave me a $2 off coupon for my next visit which I may end up donating to the “Got-Any-Spare-Change” homeless man I see on every corner down town. I’m pretty sure he has a few doppelgangers or a following…
Um, can we please get rid of the stupid infomercials at 11 o'clock every night and actually show something normal people want to watch?!
I visited your store only once but I'll be back to sample other Indica's. Your "White Fire" was excellent however "Death Star" was just that to me. Nothing. See you soon. Don
jp wellness hands down dankyest herb iv seen in a while, came in yesterday first time and wow! great bud tenders the vibes all around that shop are cozy they make you feel like your at home. i have to say give a big thank you to the gorgeous Ashley who made my day yesterday when she recommended the blue cheese!! FIREEE!!
Gotta say that our experience was not that good, and I so wanted it to be great and to support small business guys and support our downtown. Alas....
The place is NOISY. There's an old-fashioned embossed metal ceiling and nothing on the walls to deaden the sound. It's as bad or worse than Chipotle. The ordering counter is too wide and with all the noise in there it becomes a shouting match between the girl taking orders and the customers. Good grief, how can one enjoy their visit? We sat there the whole duration having to listen to the ordering process for other customers and we were near the front door.
Our order got screwed up. There's an order numbering system the kitchen follows but my wife got her order, I got nothing, and the kid bringing it looked at me as if I were crazy and he asked me if I had ordered anything. Really? There seemed a lot of confusion on which orders went to which tables.
What's with the "garden" talk. I know, I know. It's restaurant lingo for lettuce and tomato on a sandwich. I didn't want it, but the girl gave us no choice, we had to have the "garden" but did we want it on the burger or on the side. Maybe she didn't hear me over all the noise. We opted for the "garden" on the side and it's a good thing, as the razor thin slice of tomato was so dried out it looked like it had been sitting out all day.
The french fries were awful. Limp and greasy, like the greasy fries at Five Guys, the kind of fries that reek of a 1-step cooking process and grease too cold to cook the inside. I worked fast food 50 years ago and we did 2-step fries from raw potatoes that came out brown, crisp and tasted fine. The fries at Ted's up in Briargate are great fries, you can sit at the bar and watch their 2-step frying process from raw potatoes.
Cost is not cheap. I don't mind paying BB's price for quality meats but the rest of the experience was off-putting. I hope these are just start-up issues that get quickly worked out but we'll have to wait and see.
Best in town
Love McCabes. The owners/McCabes are a wonderful asset to C/S. They are incredibly philanthropic, support every event here in town-and the food and drinks are great. Wish more businesses were like them here in town. Forget the chains - support our local businesses.
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