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1. CulinAerie

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42 reviews
CulinAerie
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 1131 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005, United States

Telephone: +1 202-587-5674

Guy: Cookery School


Review: "... and gave pointers to those of us with working culinary knowledge."

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Ryan McGorty: Culinaerie is one of, if not, the most well-known recreational cooking school in the area. They offer a lot of different cooking instruction to aspiring cooking enthusiasts of all different skill levels. They have an online calendar that shows which classes are available and when. The classes book fast, so be ready to book if you see one you like. You can take individual classes on a class-by-class interest basis, or participate in a series of classes designed to improve your skills through a structured course. If you want to take a knife skills class, learn how to make Thai food, or even make tapas, they have a wide offering of options. The actual location consists of two instruction kitchens, with one being significantly larger than the other. The instructor leads the class through the cooking demonstration and there are overhead TVs and assistants in the room to help in case you need it. The instructor usually walks around while you are cooking/preparing food to give you tips. I went here for a date night cooking class and we had a very good experience. We learned a new recipe which we’ve cooked on our own at home. It is pretty expensive, but it made for a great experience.

Michael Alexander: We came here for my fiancé’s employer’s Christmas party. It was a fantastic! I love to cook and pursue it as a serious hobby. The instructor was great. She was patient with those who did not know techniques and gave pointers to those of us with working culinary knowledge. I will be planning a family function here in future.

M. Marzulla: We did the "Date Night: Craft Cocktails & Small Plates from Mexico City" with Eliza Gonzalez and it was fantastic! The instructions were easy to follow and the dishes were delicious! It was fun learning how to make the cocktails as well, and both instructors were super friendly and helpful! I definitely recommend signing up for one of the date night courses, it turned out to be one of the best dates we have had in a while!

Joanna Claustro: Attended a daytime class with my husband and we both had a wonderful time. The class is well organized and the menu was easy to follow -- which means we can try it again at home! The wine pairings were great (and constantly refilled!) and we were impressed by how delicious the meal turned out. We felt like professionals! We can't wait to return for another class!

The Cosmetology Coach: Positive: Communication, Professionalism, Quality, ValueI have just completed my first session of the Beginner's Series with Chef Susan Holt. I will forever use my knife the Chef way. My Wonter Vegetable Gratin was to die for....OMG...can't wait for the next session. Thanks for sharing your expertise with us.
Response: Thank you so much for your wonderful words! It was such a pleasure to have you in class, and we look forward to seeing you next week!

Mark H: We are extremely lucky to have CulinAerie here in DC. I've taken two courses--knife skills with Susan Holt, and four fabulous fish with Wendi James--and both were superb. Excellently designed, organized, and executed, with no shortage of humor and constant helpfulness. I came as a total novice and the combination of practical kitchen skills and great recipes has given me confidence to start making some of the dishes I so enjoy when made by the pros. Looking forward to the next one!

Brittany Gerig Campbell: We had a fantastic experience at the couples cooking and wine pairing class. High quality food, helpful assistants, and an instructor who was a former chef and really knew her stuff. Wine was free-flowing and we never felt rushed. Would definitely come back!

Gerrit Davis: This is a high quality service for a high quality price. I've had two really good experiences here. One suggestion (and reason for 3 stars instead of 5): do not buy a gift certificate to use if you will be in the area for less than a year. Class availability (especially in the winter) is *extremely* limited due to demand. Despite this fact, and even if your scheduled classes are cancelled, CulinAerie sticks to a rigid policy of no refunds on gift certificates.

Amanda Burkholder: We took a bread making class at CulinAerie and had a blast! The teacher was knowledgeable and clear. We made four different kinds of bread and got to take it home. The class took about three hours, which included instruction, mixing, kneading, and baking the bread. They served complimentary wine, coffee and tea during the class which was a great touch. We will definitely take a class from CulinAerie again!

Vanessa: Took a french macaron class over the weekend. It was actually a really fun experience! The macarons came out so much better than I anticipated! I thought for sure we would bomb the recipe. What makes this experience fun is sitting at the same table with fun friendly people :) The chef was good, though a bit curt. The staff that was helping was really nice. I would definitely come back to do this again. Great date night idea, or something fun to do with friends.

2. DC Central Kitchen

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DC Central Kitchen
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 425 2nd St NW, Washington, DC 20001, United States

Telephone: +1 202-234-0707

Guy: Non-profit organisation


Review: "Marriot has funded the Class 98 grads and Chef Ali,Chef Anan,Chef ..."

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Ming: DC Central Kitchen is the nation’s first and leading community kitchen that recycles food from around Washington, D.C. They create great impact by combating hunger and creating opportunity for the unemployed. They welcome volunteers as "Hungerfighters" in helping to transform wasted food into balanced meals for our community.

David Abercrombie: Great place to do community service projects for kids 12 and above. My wife , daughter and I spent New Year’s Eve there preparing food for the needy.

Diana Weiss: The entrance is around the back of the building. My group of 30 volunteers had a wonderful time with the kitchen staff helping prepare meals. It was inspiring and humbling.

Lisa Paquette: The DC Central Kitchen is an amazing place. I have volunteered a few times in the kitchen preparing meals. It is a wonderful experience to work in the kitchen with the DC Central Kitchen staff and program trainees. We got to chop, peel, and package vegetables and other parts of the meal. This is a great place to volunteer with a big group of friends or with your office.

J Adams: For the last 5 years since I moved to DC, I've been volunteering at the DC Central Kitchen. I first did it during holidays and times of unemployment--so as to remember my blessings. The staff is incredible and as a professional person--it is so wonderful to work with my hands, peeling potatoes, cleaning fish or making a vat of vegetable soup with a thousand different ingredients in it. The foreman are respectful and professional and though the work is hard--you leave the kitchen feeling gratified that your labor contributed to the almost 5,000 meals PER DAY prepared for needy families in DC. So volunteer!

Ursula Lauriston: Volunteered here on my birthday last year and I may just do it again! What a great way to spend a bday. The people here are committed to the mission of feeding those in need; they are kind, generous, and pleasant to work with. And the food is so delicious! I enjoyed lunch with the other volunteers at the end of the day.

Corrie Davidson: This amazing organization is not only a leader in sustainability (repurposing leftover food, "imperfect" food items, and local farm goods), they are a shining example of a high-functioning social services organization building up the local community. They distribute healthy meals to a number of other organizations around the area (including schools), offer job training and life counseling for displaced persons, and are empowering student volunteers across America to implement their own "food recycling" programs, eliminating waste and serving the community. “Please note that DC Central Kitchen cannot be entered from 2nd Street. The entrance to the Central Kitchen is at the back of this building, down the service road off of E Street NW.”

Matt DiNuzzo: One of my favorite organizations in DC. Their ability to repurpose food that would go to waste to feed those who need it is inspiring. Also their culinary program is a great training while preparing those meals.

Mike Razzi: I volunteered yesterday with my company Engility and it was great fun! I learned a few things about food prep. The DC kitchen staff were great and the time flew. I would do it again on my own. it's a great way to learn and work with other people.

Terri West: As the Service Coordinator for Capitol Hill Towes in Washington, DC. I would like to thank World Central Kitchen and Chef Jose Andres for supplying meals to our seniors.

3. Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School - Sonia Gutierrez Campus

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30 reviews
Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School - Sonia Gutierrez Campus
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 514 V St NE, Washington, DC 20002, United States

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: +1 202-734-4900

Guy: Secondary school


Review: "If you have the love for cooking, just do it. I would do again if I had to."

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Sharmayne Cosby: Came across this photo and thought I should share, This experience gave me very knowledgeable experience about cooking, I ran into some stumbling blocks along the way, however I didn’t quite, there is so much potential in the culinary world. If you have the love for cooking, just do it. I would do again if I had to.

Sasha Popovic Photography: One more amazing work of Sonya Gutierrez! Campus that any city in the world want to have. They provide such a good things for all community. Thank you.

German Salvador: Very nice and good school

Joel Alexander Guevara: Great school. Professional staff.

Mede Bonilla: God Bless you school!!! ❤✌😊

Lazaro Candido: Best school ever

Jose Gonzalez: i love Sonia Gutierrez Campus

Albora T: (Translated by Google) The best thing that could have happened to me in the US. FREE English classes, 3 hours a day from Monday to Friday, AM, PM and EVE. They also have cooking classes, computer science, nursery... super complete. They help you find a job too! For immigrants it is an incredible help that this school offers you. a 10 (Original) Lo mejor que me ha podido pasar en EEUU. Clases GRATIS de ingles, 3 horas al dia de lunes a viernes, AM, PM y EVE. Tienen tambien clases de cocina, informatica, nursery...super completo. Te ayudan a encontrar trabajo ademas! Para los inmigrantes es una ayuda increible que te ofrece esta escuela. Un 10

Faustino Tejerina Rubio: (Translated by Google) The best of DC to learn a job (Original) Lo mejor de DC para aprender un trabajo

4. University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)

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University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)
Location
4.9
Price
4.8
Class
4.8
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.8

Address: 801 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002, United States

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: +1 202-274-5000

Guy: Community college


Review: "... being stationed at Davidson US Army Airfieldwe're after the course ..."

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Henok D: The most terrible school I have ever been to. Both the main campus and the Community college are the same. A lot of slow, unprofessional, and rude staff who keep yelling at students when they are not even doing their jobs properly. I submitted a certain paper to the Financial Aid office and they told me they lost the paper after weeks that I had to pay about $1700 out of pocket. During the 2020 Pandemic, I tried to contact them as I was having difficulty to waive the Student Insurance that is provided through the school because I already had an insurance coverage; no one answered my call until it was due. And now Miss Gaskon told me that I have to pay about $1300 for the coverage I never needed. Mis Gascon was there in 2018/19 when I had the same issue; she helped me waive it then. I could not go to her office in 2020 be a of Covid restrictions. I tried to solve the issue communicating with them but nothing got better yet. I would not recommend anyone to go the UDC unless one needs a headache. I cannot deny that there are some great Professors such as Prof. Sonnie Abebaku. However, individuals are very helpful to us, it’s overall experience at the university that makes a difference in our academic lives. So far, my overall experience is just TERRIBLE!

Danielle Carroll: I went to school here for my AA and it was a breeze. Yes the admissions needs some work (never fixed it) but the education, the teachers and the school itself is fine. It's so affordable and you can always learn something new. I got a paid internship through UDC and even though with it's slight hiccups, this school is still great. I'm at the main campus now working on my Bachelors and I'm 16 classes shy of finishing. Don't pay the haters any mind.

Edgar E: Worst administration I have ever had to deal with. Not only do they never respond to email or phone calls, they can't even keep track of ELECTRONIC applications, that required my daughter to submit 3 times and be forced enrolled late into classes due to their incompetence. But they also can't even have the literacy to read the applications correctly to charge the correct rate to students. They went ahead to charge not only my daughter but several other students out-of-state resident rates when all their applications illustrated DC residents. Like how can you not even read what's on the applications! How many other students were charged nearly 3 times when they should have been charged as a DC residents scares me on the level of corruption and neglect this body demonstrates to it's it's attendees.0 Then to not even have the decency and competence to even respond to emails and calls to try to correct this is just completely absurd, no wonder UDC is a laughing stock of a school to attend they can't even serve as a place to get extra credits for actual schools. How neglectful can you be to students and applicants, like seriously!

Lucien Graves: I was interested in nursing but the department leads never answer even with me contacting them daily for the last 3 months. Not to mention the admissions department takes 2 weeks to email back and never answers a single call. Just go in person, it's faster but still highly unprofessional since they eat and have conversations with others in front of you. You can see why they never answer.

Yesly Turcios: GLEN DOMINA rudest person ever if you are working under a facility and a Student is inquiring on information/assistance you should be able to provide that at your upmost ability but unfortunately that was not the case here..

Danny Hirschfield: I graduated UDC-CC with an AA degree in Liberal Studies Fall Class of 2015 Alumnus. This college really helped me develop my learning skills as I am an older non-traditional student that started as a freshman with very little prior knowledge and discipline in academia. I have transitioned to the UDC flagship campus pursuing my BA degree in Political Science as a pre-law student. This university is the most affordable place to get a good quality education being the only public higher learning institution in Washington, D.C.

Jamilya Allen: Okay So I applied about 3weeks to a month ago and I’ve yet to receive any papers informing me if I was missing any documents or etc. I’ve called at least 5 times a day for about two weeks straight leaving voicemail after voicemail and no one has yet to return my call not only did I call multiple times I have also emailed them multiple and no response. It’s ridiculous what’s the point of having an admissions office if they not even going to pick up the phone, guide you in the process of being admitted or anything else like you guys get paid to do nothing it’s sad.

h T: This University has only good professors! But getting a Bachelor from the UDC will not get you a job!! Their jobs faire is just to get a website from the companies and brochures lol!

Jordan Stewart: The financial aid lady with gray hair and dreads is disrespectful af. Most of the staff here are disorganized and rude. I disenrolled 2 months ago. When I went to disenroll the lady was eating crab legs in front of me. Come to find out she never really disenrolled me, and I had to go back up there today. Smh. I really wanted this to work bc I’m a Dc Resident but I’m enrolling at PGCC.

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5. Pizza University & Culinary Arts Center

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20 reviews
Pizza University & Culinary Arts Center
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 10310 Southard Dr, Beltsville, MD 20705, United States

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: +1 301-937-1003

Guy: Cookery School


Review: Their website mentions state-of-the

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Ralph Riley: Amazing experience!! Everyone at Pizza University went above and beyond to make sure the atmosphere was supportive and collaborative. Jonathan Goldsmith, John Arena and Scott Wiener make a tremendous team. So glad I took the class.

Bobby Lang: Absolutely a phenomenal experience. Never knew how much there was I didn’t know about pizza! The entire course was full of passionate and very knowledgeable people that I will have in my network forever.

Alanna Cohen: I purchased the Pizza Wars tickets for a surprise birthday gift to my husband, and we went with a few other friends. We had a blast and would highly recommend this as an experience gift to anyone who enjoys pizza, cooking, and competition! No experience is necessary for this, and it would be the perfect party idea for any occasion, even for kids. Chef Sed was so accommodating, fun, and a great instructor through the process of rolling out the dough, guiding us through a few pizza-making tips and tricks, and helping us use the brick ovens. We learned a lot, had a ton of great laughs, and plan to go back again someday! And....the pizza was delicious! A great experience we'll remember forever.

Allison Birney: We had a great time! Chef Sed(?) took time to answer all of our questions and was the ultimate professional throughout the class. Making our own pizzas at the end was a nice touch. I would definitely recommend this class.

Brenda Leadley: Chef Sed is great! My friend and I had a wonderful time learning how to make pizza. We also got to eat our delicious creations! Chef Sed has a passion for pizza and was a kind and patient teacher. Highly recommend!

Eric MIller: Great experience, learning different traditional dough methods, recipe formulation, and of course the stretching and making of dough. Working with world class instructors and amazing Marra Forni Ovens!

Matt Hart: Personally, pizza is a way that I get to give love and happiness to the people around me. I've read books, practiced at home, and delved deep into as much culture online as possible. Through my own learning, I thought I had a pretty good understanding of the world of pizza. What this class has shown me, is I can read and study all I want, but nothing compares to actually being in the thick of it to really hone the craft. I still have a long way to go, but with this experience, I feel prepared and confident to embark on the next leg of my journey as a Pizzaiolo. Big thanks to not only the instructors, but especially Francesco, and the whole Marra Forni Team. Would absolutely attend again.

Bruce Marlette: Pizza University is well worth anyone's time and money. The knowledge that you will gain is invaluable for those in the pizza business. The level of teaching and expertise by Chef Leo will allow you to take your pizza to the next level.

Valentina Ossa: We had an amazing class with Chef Sed. My fiancé loved it! We made many delicious pizzas. Chef Sed prepared everything for us and the class was really fun and personal. I highly recommend taking classes with him at the Pizza University. He is just adorable!

Bill Chodan: One of the most informative and well organized seminar I have ever attended. I would recommend it to anyone who desires to understand the science and art of pizza.

6. Capital Wine School

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3 reviews
Capital Wine School
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 5207 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20015, United States

Telephone: +1 202-792-5020

Guy: Learning Centre


Review: "I learned a lot about wine growing in the Willamette region."

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Catherine Vial: I just took my first online wine class at this school. Communication before the class was outstanding and I got replies to my questions. Registration was easy. The quantity of wine was just right. The teacher, Matt, was excellent and enthusiastic. I learned a lot about wine growing in the Willamette region. I definitely would recommend the school to a friend and probably sign up for another class.
Response: Catherine, I am glad you enjoyed the class. Thanks for sharing your experience.

Morgan Frederick: Really enjoyed the WSET2 class here. Excellent instructor, great wines, and fun experience. I came away with a much greater appreciation for wine (and unfortunately enough to throw out a lot of cheap bottles I had been drinking...), but didn't feel like I wasted any time on the the more pretentious aspects of wine, just the core education.

7. GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences

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8 reviews
GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Location
4.8
Price
4.7
Class
4.7
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.7

Address: 2300 I St NW, Washington, DC 20052, United States

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: +1 202-994-2987

Guy: University


Review: "GWU School of Medicine, Foggy Bottom"

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Ravi Singh: GWU School of Medicine, Foggy Bottom

8. HCAT Institute

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6 reviews
HCAT Institute
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 7438 Ritchie Hwy, Glen Burnie, MD 21061, United States

Telephone: +1 410-777-7073

Guy: Cookery School


Review: "I am a first year college student going to AACC, in the HCAT program ..."

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Sammi Tavenner: I am a first year college student going to AACC, in the HCAT program for my Culinary Arts associates degree and these are just two of the many recipes we made in the Intro to Cooking class with Chef Johnson. Amazing Teacher. Amazing Facility. Over all recommend taking classes here.

Jose Flores: Took a class here and was lots of fun!

Matthew Lockwood: Building is clean and operational.

9. St. Albans School

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13 reviews
St. Albans School
Location
4.7
Price
4.7
Class
4.8
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.7

Address: 3001 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016, United States

Telephone: +1 202-537-6435

Guy: Secondary school


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M. Mushthafa: School with a great vision to bring a better future for the student based on religious foundation.

The Cold Tomato: It is the best school of all time because of Julian Spencer

Elsa Woldemariam: Bemnet I like your school I want to larn at you school it is great

Pete Carey: An excellent school!

Minimalus SolitaryRaven: (Translated by Google) What on earth is that for a school ?! = o (Original) was um himmels willen is des für ne schule?! =o

10. British International School of Washington

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7 reviews
British International School of Washington
Location
3.6
Price
3.5
Class
3.5
Facilities
3.5
Teachers
3.5

Address: 2001 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007, United States

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: +1 202-829-3700

Guy: International school


Review: "A super professional independent private school in the heart of DC ..."

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BSW PA Treasurer: A super professional independent private school in the heart of DC serving Nursery to High School Students. What makes this school standout is its British high quality curriculum and diverse student population. Class sizes are small and the teaching first class.

Tuna Şeker: Its professional school for me. Education is super and beautiful classes in this school.

11. Corcoran School of the Arts & Design at GW

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38 reviews
Corcoran School of the Arts & Design at GW
Location
4
Price
4.1
Class
4
Facilities
4
Teachers
4

Address: 500 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20006, United States

Telephone: +1 202-994-1700

Guy: Art school


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Hilda Kroll: The current exhibit has some very interesting photos, paintings, and sculpture. It would have helped so much to have some information about the pieces.

Austin Graff: The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is in the old Corcoran Museum flanking the Executive Building by the White House. It's centrally located in Washington, D.C and a beautiful space. It's in an old building set up like a museum making the school's art shows out of this world. There are spiraling staircases, courtyards and room after room of beautifully designed art. If you get invited to an event here, say yes!

Gigi G.: Attended a graduate open house and learn a lot about the program and met some staff of other programs and they were fabulous to hear from.

Yesica Suarez: Architecturally, the buildong is awe inspiring. I think it really captures your eyes. The exhibitions for the Lone Prairie, Breaking Cultural Boundaries, Cartoons and the Color exhibitions were interesting. They definitely were trying to tell a meaningful story. I think the cartoon exhibit was successfully set up, but the others needed more content and guidance to trully unfold. There's ton of space to work with in the building so it needed to be used effectively so it wouldn't feel empty

Luis B: Corcoran School is mainly focused on promoting the arts. Friends of mine who have attended the college have had both good and bad things to say based on their experiences. One of the pros of the school is the events and gallery showings that often take place within it's walls. If you're a DC native, or city walker, you may want to check up on Corcoran and see what's going on from time to time.

Asad Jan: The Corcoran Gallery of Art was an art museum in Washington, D.C. Prior to its closing, it was one of the oldest privately supported cultural institutions in the United States capital. Starting in 1890, a museum school, later known as the Corcoran College of Art + Design, co-existed with the gallery. The museum's main focus was American art. In 2014, after decades of financial problems, the Corcoran entered into an agreement with the National Gallery of Art (NGA) and the George Washington University whereby almost all of the gallery's 17,000 work collection was placed under the care of the NGA, while the school and historic 17th street gallery building continued operations as a part of the George Washington University's new Corcoran School of the Arts and Design.

Yaser AlSaghrji: One of the architectural gems of the Nation Capital

Es K: Saw a phenomenal end of year exhibit some years ago

Nik Novakkain: So much talent and this is one of the best schools/museum

Arnold Thomas Bigger: Course selection is very good; faculty and staff are very good; and general vibe is good.

12. Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School

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73 reviews
Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School
Location
4.6
Price
4.6
Class
4.7
Facilities
4.6
Teachers
4.6

Address: 1100 Harvard St NW, Washington, DC 20009, United States

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: +1 202-797-4700

Guy: Secondary school


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Luis y Gloria Vasquez: It's a great School, I start last semester my teacher Biruk good and miss Lindsey my first teacher for orientation A&B thanks .Carlos Rosario International School. I'm so happy

Sasha Popovic Photography: Amazing school! I will back and write more about my experience there. I will always call as my second home. Thank you To Sonya Gutierrez for all what she been done for my career and life in the USA. Muchas Gracias

John Mikesell: Excellent course for entrepreneurs starting a new business in D.C. in Spanish and English for both native speakers and ESL individuals.

Ashomapto Sam: I learn a lot of stuff there. They are very friendly and nice.

Rosario Madison: Thank you CRPCS for your support when I was a student and later in my career, keep changing lives in the community.

Tsinat siyum: Schools for adult who wants learn language and other course

Andrés Solá: Thank you for the amazing service to the community!

zulma Chavez: I love the school , is amazing !!

juan Galdamez: I love Carlos Rosario

Luis A Chavez Sanchez: Great school!!

13. University of the District of Columbia

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University of the District of Columbia
Location
3.8
Price
3.7
Class
3.7
Facilities
3.7
Teachers
3.7

Address: 4200 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008, United States

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: +1 202-274-5000

Guy: University


Review: "The best bermuda grass field in DC ..."

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Carolyn Taylor: This was a enjoyable experience, the seating was great for Covid safety . I would definitely attend an event here again

nina: The worst university ever, my experience at this university has been draining and miserable. Some off the professor are rude and highly unprofessional. I had one professor a couple off years ago name Samuel Walters tell me that he doesn't have to respond to my emails, and if I reported him they wouldn't even listen to me. I will never forget that, it was odd to me as well because, other professors' I had encouraged students to email, and come in during office hours for assistance. I reported this to the dean, and she told me that professors' are not obligated to respond to students' emails. I couldn't believe it, in addition I wrote the president off the school who is a joke in my opinion, and he never responded. Anything, goes at this University. I blame myself, for returning to this school I was told things have changed, and it has not. Different departments loose papers, I had turn in my vaccine exemption forms August 02, 2021 and was told it was never received. When, I inquired about the documents again, the representative had told me they forgot to submit the documents to another department. But, by then I was already dropped from my courses. At this point, I said forget it, I am glad I transferred to another University that's extremely professional, the transition was great. The staff are rude as well, I remember almost getting cursed out by a lady in the student health department, because I simply asked if my health waiver was received, she was so rude. I honestly, despise this University. Returning, to this University as a readmit student was not worth it, it's beyond me because, UDC reached out to me to come back this past summer and it's still a joke. The women bathrooms, are a joke it's been like that since I started a couple off years ago. Some, off the doors don't lock, the library needs to be remodeled. I remember part off the ceilings in one bathroom was completely missing. Elevators were not working, and some parts off the building were not cleaned, the math tutoring lab couple off years ago was, leaking and ceiling was completely gone. I believe, some individuals work at this University because they can display their dispicable disposition. It really, amazes that the student center is appealing. But, if you go to other departments off the campus the conditions, are horrible or layout is outdated. I blame myself for being at this University for so long, never again.

Henok D: The most terrible school I have ever been to. Both the main campus and the Community college are the same. A lot of slow, unprofessional, and rude staff who keep yelling at students when they are not even doing their jobs properly. I submitted a certain paper to the Financial Aid office and they told me they lost the paper after weeks that I had to pay about $1700 out of pocket. During the 2020 Pandemic, I tried to contact them as I was having difficulty to waive the Student Insurance that is provided through the school because I already had an insurance coverage; no one answered my call until it was due. And now Miss Gaskon told me that I have to pay about $1300 for the coverage I never needed. Mis Gascon was there in 2018/19 when I had the same issue; she helped me waive it then. I could not go to her office in 2020 be a of Covid restrictions. I tried to solve the issue communicating with them but nothing got better yet. I would not recommend anyone to go the UDC unless one needs a headache. I cannot deny that there are some great Professors such as Prof. Sonnie Abebaku. However, individuals are very helpful to us, it’s overall experience at the university that makes a difference in our academic lives. So far, my overall experience is just TERRIBLE!

Mohamed Moustaghfir: I wish I finished my nursing degree. So many UDC graduates 🎓 get successful professional life. A friend of a friend back in the end of the last century, moved back to Ethiopia and started his own company. I also learned a girl moved to Dubai and became the youngest successful millionaire at her twenties. Success is you, but the school and faculties help also mold you a pathway. Look at me now doing pizza delivery. Making people days when I'm sadly sad.

angel almonte: One of the best experiences I have had as a student. The professors were extremely helpful in guiding me to obtain an education . The facility is improving and they have an excellent student center. The student body is very a diverse population. The administration staff are as friendly. as you are to them. In other words if you act a fool than expect to be treated as one. 😊
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C. M.: Took Spanish classes here for one year. I regret slacking on my Spanish.

Danielle Carroll: Yes the admissions needs some work (never fixed it) but the education, the teachers and the school itself is fine. It's so affordable and you can always learn something new. I got a paid internship through UDC and even though with it's slight hiccups, this school is still great. I'm at the main campus now working on my Bachelors and I'm 16 classes shy of finishing. Don't pay the haters any mind.

Mani Shehni Karam Zadeh: I agree that administrative work is little slow but when it comes to education and professors, I would say they are really great, knowledgeable, kind and caring. They always try to help you to learn and never let you down. They always support brilliant students in the class and on the other hand they never abandon weak students too. Some people complain that school building architecture is ugly but just keep in mind the UDC construction completion dated back to 1851. So, I don't let this to impair my judgement about very good professors and education in here.

Scott Minter: As a graduate student that completed a Master's in Education recently at UDC, I can speak for how the last 3 years or so have been. UDC is extremely unprofessional and unorganized. The customer service is appalling and it is very difficult to do simple tasks such as pay bills, register for classes, or track down employees. The staff is difficult to reach and rarely call you back or email after a request. I advise finding a different university if you are looking to continue in higher education. Granted, there are some very excellent professors, but it might not be worth your trouble to attend here.

NIKKI HARRIS: It is a shame that after paying the application fee and being sent an acceptance letter I find out there is a hold on my account. After looking into that, I was told I have an unpaid balance from 2005. I was also informed I had made payments which total about 75% of what was owed initially. I was told to see if I qualify for amnesty to cover what's stilled owed. I did and was told no. The reason being is I don't have a GPA of 2.0 at the time of owing. I don't have a GPA because I had withdrew from classes before I had received any credits for the classes I took back in 2004. I am very disappointed and feel let down. After all, I thought I would be starting classes this summer. UDC does not care about DC citizens trying to get an education. My situation is very unfair!

14. U.S. Department of Agriculture South Building Cafeteria

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U.S. Department of Agriculture South Building Cafeteria
Location
4
Price
4.1
Class
4
Facilities
4
Teachers
4

Address: 1200-1398 Wing 3, Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024, United States

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6:30AM

Telephone: +1 202-205-7399

Guy: Restaurant


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Chris Kohout: Great selection and very reasonably priced, similar to what you would find at a grocery store pricewise. They have a Mexican bar, Chinese food, Caribbean, sushi, salad bar, soup, and much more. Perfect way to get some air conditioning and lunch if you are touring the Smithsonian. Adults will have to show an ID to enter the building and go through a minor security screening.

Larry Gillick: Good food at excellent prices for DC. Let's start with the obvious: The cafeteria -- and its "public" status -- are not obvious from the street. Also, there's a pretty significant security presence at the one "guest" entrance. Nice folks though! Just let them know that you're here to visit the cafeteria and you'll do fine. The selection is quite wide, for a cafeteria. In addition to the open chafing dishes of main course selections and sides, there's a salad bar, a bibimbap shop and a sushi/noodle bar. For bonus points, be here between 2:30 and 3 pm. The food selection is more limited, but also sold at a significant (30%?) discount.

Sabik Thazhathethil: Even the wide angle lense couldn't include the huge building structure in its frame. Absolutely amazing.

Jessica Houde: Great cafeteria! Such a variety of healthy choices!

Gemmed Bass: Some of the best food I've ever had

Jeleesa Furgurson: This buffet style cafe is open to the public! Be adventurous and try the seaweed salad..it's soo good!!

Kate Kosche: Surprisingly good. The food was very good, and a wide variety (heavy on Asian dishes) and freshly made. For the money it was great. We spent $33 for lunch for three people. Close to the mall but enter in building 3 on Independence. Dining room was open and airy though sort of institutional. Recommend for lunch if you're touring the mall.

JMart: I love chatting with the Korean couple that run the noodle and sushi bar! The udon noodles there are quite good. As for the hot bar, I can usually find a variety of things that look good and taste good. There are both healthy options and comfort food options at the hot bar, and there is a salad, veggie, and fruit bar for more refreshing dishes. The Italian bar has pizza and pasta, but I haven't tried it yet. The seating area has lots of window lighting, and it is spacious enough so that it doesn't feel cramped on a crowded day. It is definitely a more affordable option in the Mall area. Prices are by weight, and I typically spend about $10-12, sometimes less...it depends on how hungry I am!

Mark Hanss: Definitely the cheapest meal out in this part of Washington. I had 6 large tasty chicken wings and a side of Jamaican style cabbage for less than $7. They start closing up at 3pm (despite the times shown at the time of this review), I showed up just after three and was able to grab a plate of what little was left. Buffet style food, your plate is weighed, which is great if you're a meat eater, but not as great a deal if you're a vegetarian. I'm fortunately an omnivore, so it worked out greatly in my favor. As a visitor you must enter through Wing 3 on the north side of the building, near the middle.

97T57: Wonderful place to enjoy a lunch that is nutritious, delicious, healthy and affordable! The quality to price relationship is understated. For the quality you get, the price is truly a bargain. Highly recommended for a wonderful experience of buffet-style, world cuisine at the heart of the Nation's Capital. 5-star experience.

15. The George Washington University

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The George Washington University
Location
4.2
Price
4.2
Class
4.3
Facilities
4.2
Teachers
4.2

Address: 2121 I St NW, Washington, DC 20052, United States

Telephone: +1 202-994-1000

Guy: University


Review: "THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY"

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Quinn Peters: This university is ruled out as a possible location for my children to attend. As long as that fraud of a justice Clarence Thomas has a professorship here, I’ll never give this place a red cent and I’ll pray every day for it’s ultimate failure.

Dominick Withanachchi: Love the way its situated. If you like a university in a big city, this is one of the best.

SusanTerry Beverly: A lovely city campus. However there are signs of vandalism showing. Let's be cognizant of our surroundings at all times and put an end to this type of behavior immediately.

Ittipat Prapaprasert: Known as 'G-dub' or 'GW', this university has been a bedrock of Washington identity since its founding in 1821. Besides shaping much of the American political landscape, GW has shaped the capital itself, buying up town houses on such a scale that it is now the city's second-biggest landowner after the federal government.

bayazid ahamed: George Washington, the first President of the United States, advocated for the establishment of a national university in the U.S. capital in his first State of the Union address in 1790 and continued to promote this idea throughout his career and until his death.[8][9] In his will, Washington left shares in the Potomac Company to endow the university. However, due to the company's financial difficulties, funds were raised independently.On February 9, 1821, the university was established by an Act of Congress first as Columbian College and then as Columbian University, making it one of only five universities in the United States with a Congressional charter. The university's undergraduate and graduate schools includes the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the Elliott School of International Affairs, the GWU School of Business, the School of Media and Public Affairs, the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, the GWU Law School and the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. GWU's main Foggy Bottom campus is located in the heart of Washington, D.C., with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank located on campus and the White House and the U.S. Department of State within blocks of campus. GWU hosts numerous research centers and institutes, including the National Security Archive and the Institute for International Economic Policy. GWU also has two satellite campuses: the Mount Vernon campus, located in D.C.'s Foxhall neighborhood, and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Loudoun County, Virginia. GWU is classified among "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very High Research Activity".The university offers degree programs in seventy-one disciplines, enrolling around 11,000 undergraduate and 15,500 graduate students. GWU is home to extensive student life programs, a strong Greek culture, and over 450 other student organizations. The school's athletic teams, the George Washington Colonials, play in the NCAA Division I Atlantic 10 Conference. GWU also annually hosts numerous political events, including the World Bank and International Monetary Fund's Annual Meetings.[14] The university's alumni, faculty, and affiliates include 16 foreign heads of state or government, 28 United States senators, 27 United States governors, 18 U.S. Cabinet members, five Nobel laureates, two Olympic medalists, two Academy Award winners, and a Golden Globe winner.GWU has over 1,100 active alumni in the U.S. Foreign Service and is one of the largest feeder schools for the diplomatic corps.

Garth Hedley: Amazing complex, beautiful buildings and friendly atmosphere.

Steven Zimmerman: an outstanding University for our son to obtain his Masters in Public Health

Anthony Scott: While the food was descent, the service was so so. Once the cashier finally paid attention to us and we were able to order, she was very friendly. But prior to taking our order, she continued to talk to another employee and chat about non work stuff and ignore customers. The sweet potato fries and grasshopper shake were very good.

frfrpr: Can't believe the University has not addressed the rat infestation problem. Scary

Taylor Fain: Very disappointed in their response to covid. Forcing students who have children to go back into classes of 150 people. Very irresponsible and not taking safety seriously.

16. University of the District of Columbia's Office of Financial Aid

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University of the District of Columbia's Office of Financial Aid
Location
2.7
Price
2.6
Class
2.6
Facilities
2.6
Teachers
2.6

Address: 39, 4200 Connecticut Ave NW A-133, Washington, DC 20008, United States

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: +1 202-274-5060

Guy: University department


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Jessie Liles: This is how the admissions process works at this educational institution. You’ll apply but no one will email you for weeks - months. Then when you call you’ll either get an answering machine or be told that the mailbox is full. Now when you finally make your way to the University’s Admissions Office, they’ll inform you that they do not have one of your documents. You’ll be confused because you double checked everything before sending off your application. The truth is the staff in admissions are just unorganized, loud and lazy. Your documents will be lost, especially your tax documents that prove you’re instate because they’re trying to charge you out of state. The teachers are awesome but the admissions department is the absolute worst. Getting the name of the person you gave your documents to won’t help, they’ll just say they do not remember. Good luck! Gooooo Firebirds!

17. Howard University

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Howard University
Location
4.3
Price
4.4
Class
4.3
Facilities
4.3
Teachers
4.3

Address: 2400 6th St NW, Washington, DC 20059, United States

Telephone: +1 202-806-6100

Guy: University


Review: "I've been staying in the area of this school and ..."

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Madame Dabo: Today I went to drop off my niece who’s continuing her second year of pre-med. the experience was amazing. I love how supportive the staff is. They have smooth transition process during moving in season. They were very well organized and had keys, moving carts, parking permits and guidance everywhere. I noticed that minorities are the majority at Howard. Diversity is embraced and everyone is welcomed and respected. I loved how they have sanitation stations everywhere fondue to Covid-19. The application process is easy and they financial aid staff is very helpful. Howard university os affordable and well known school. The dorms are spacious and private. Kitchen is well organized and the bathroom is huge. Campus was a little crowded because it was moving in day, but it was so organized that by 2pm everyone was situated and the streets were cleaned. I recommend this university.

Monica White-Gant: I went to the dental school to be evaluated for new dentures. The students and professors are very knowledgeable. They treat you gently and respectfully. As they evaluate and work on you, they explain everything that they are doing. I've been going there off and on since the 1980's. They have walk-in service also. Call for information of days and times. Best of all the fees are very very reasonable. And if you need financial help they try to help you obtain it. Bottom line; help the students and help yourself.

Elizabeth Bobo: Howard University is in the process of changing, improving and increasing their level of services they offer their community. Good

Evens Dure: Took a snow day with my daughter she had a fantastic time. She enjoyed making improvements to some of the snowman the were constructed. Thank you HU!

Chenita Jasmine Amey (Nita): Love this place. Had a good experience here. Enjoyed the homecoming Saturday with my daughter. 💖💕💓❤🎈🎉🎉 I missed my high school's homecoming but enjoyed Howard's. Sorry DCs Dunbar had to go to the Mecca.

Deborah Braxton: DR ELISABETH ALLISON PUT 16 STITCHES IN THE BOTTOM OF MY FOOT. AND I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE HER AGAIN TO RENEW MY STITCHES BECAUSE SHE WAS VERY VERY GENTLE AND KIND WITH ME. 0H HOW I THANK GOD THAT HOW UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL HAS PEOPLE LIKE HER ON STAFF ❤️🌷 Deborah Braxton

Harland Abraham: Great institution for higher learning. Homecoming 2019 was fun, except for the score of the game.

Vanessa S: I felt so proud walking on this campus where great African Americans walked!!!

Baukran American made: I've been staying in the area of this school and I would describe myself as a good observer. If a school is a reflection of the students attending then I would say its top of the line. Every student I've come in contact with brief as it may be is very polite and respectful.

Jasmine Gilder: A lot of the buildings seem to be under construction. Overall, walking through the campus educated me on a few things that I didn’t know before.

18. Subway

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117 reviews
Subway
Location
3.7
Price
3.7
Class
3.8
Facilities
3.7
Teachers
3.7

Address: 525 School St SW, Washington, DC 20024, United States

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: +1 202-554-8760

Guy: Sandwich shop


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Ralph McLean: Service slow and not real friendly. BUT the price was right. Food was average for a Subway.

순자chris.soonja: This location is my fav Subway because staff are so pleasant; just giving out good vibes. Thank you so much. Food is delicious, and location is clean.

Kanzan Cherry: Nice employees, quality food. I have been disappointed by many Subway restaurants in the past, but this one was great.

Cory McCraw: I've been here several times and the service is always poor. On many occasions I've entered to find all the staff in the back and have had to wait several minutes for someone to even come out. They also seem understaffed and only help one customer at a time, so you better hope that the person in front of you isnt ordering a lot. And don't bother trying to go after 5. They start getting into shutdown mode for when they close at 8. I've been there at 7 and the man behind the counter told me they were out of bread. It's okay in a pinch, just don't expect much.

Dimitri Ivanoff: This Subway is on School street between 4th and L'Enfant metro station. The place is really small, just 4-5 tables to sit. The food is OK although if you want better choices L'Enfant is 5 min away. Also at lunch time the waiting could be 15 min. Overall it's one of better choices for carry out in the area.

Gwen Pharoh: This subway says it's open till 8 on Friday. However when my friend and I went just before 7, the doors were locked. Not only that, but the employee inside completely ignored us when we waved!

John Amer: If your hours on the door say your open for breakfast. Then you should be, or change your sign!!! don't ignore the people at your door!!!

Corrine McEwen: went to this subway with my family yesterday and the staff were very rude. they also didnt speak english. bread wasnt cooked all the way. ham was not applied correctly either. this restaurant needs shut down quicker than it opened! if i had a choice to leave a zero star review, i would!

JOE B: Won't believe what i saw - A staff member came out of the restroom without washing hands!! Then I saw the same person at the cashier touching my sandwich and tissues!! Disgusting and Unbelievable. Also, none of their staff speaks English and are probably illegals. Sounds like a cheap owner to me. Now I get subway from another location inside L'enfant plaza or 4th street and highly recommend any of those over this one any day!

Maros Ivanic: I love this place because they are consistent in making great sandwiches and understand how mobile pick up should work (they don't keep your sandwich hidden away but allow you to pick it up yourself)

19. Chick-fil-A

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324 reviews
Chick-fil-A
Location
4.2
Price
4.1
Class
4.1
Facilities
4.1
Teachers
4.1

Address: 2121 H St NW District House, Washington, DC 20052, United States

Schedule: Temporarily closed

Telephone: +1 202-250-5140

Guy: Fast food restaurant


Review: "The finest dining of all of George Washington University"

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Munera A: First time trying the famous chick-fill-A! , it was good not my type of food though

Kiara Jackson: This food is absolutely delicious. The customer service is always inviting and the drive through line goes very fast. The breakfast is one of my favorites. I like to eat here at least once every two weeks.

christopher Pintado: Was relatively hard to find at first. Even more difficult to find parking. End up finding it in what seems to be the basement college cafeteria. The food was good and had other restaurants like sushi and Mexican food. Having multiple options at the same spot made it worthwhile for a quick bite to eat

Daniel VanDeKerkhove: Most authentic, genuine, delicious, and real-tasting (because it clearly Is) chicken I've had from a fast food restaurant. Chicken nuggets already to be genuine hunks of chicken meat - tender, juicy, hand battered and deep fried to crispy golden perfection. Soft and moist. Delicious. The spicy chicken sandwich was ungawwwdly soft and moist - my teeth literally cut through it like Butter (no exaggeration). Nice kick - a bit above average heat compared to most other fast food chains (a Good thing; most place's "spicy" chicken sandwiches totally aren't at all spicy). Amazing taste and texture. Awesome. Fries were average or perhaps slightly below average; unique cut, average texture, warm but not nice and hot, sorta bland taste - needs some sort of special seasoning. BUT... The food was overpriced. And the portion size of the chicken nuggets was small - definitely smaller than competitors; was Definitely disappointed by that. Not sure if the high prices were due to them being on a college campus, or just in general. But $27 for one sandwich, one medium fry, a drink (whatever), and one mediumish-sizedish box of nuggets (30... Lol. Would be 20 anywhere else)... I'm sorry, I can't give 5 stars. Not even 4. Too expensive. Though YES, YES, Absolutely Delicious!!

SGP Versluis: Awesome chicken place with loads of choices. Nothing to fancy, it's still a fast food place, but a good one.

Sam Odle: It’s an express location so it’s a Chick-Fil-A that’s been shrunk down to fit in a food court. Long lines at peak hours is the only negative and you’ll quickly see why - fast and friendly service and delicious chicken sandwiches and nuggets!

Paxton Patey: Poor customer service. Dirty tables. Charged me 50 cents for each chick fila sauce. And didn’t get us forks for our grilled chicken, which was actually more like shredded chicken. The 12 piece and 8 piece we ordered had the same amount of chicken. And when we asked for forks the employee looked like we inconvenienced her. I love chick fila. But won’t come back here again.

BrANdIe LyNn: Love the comfy environment. Food tasted great and fresh. Staf was very nice and respectful.

Katie Johnson: Great CFA, open to the public. Check for hours though and avoid noon during the semester to avoid VERY long lines of students.

Matthew Ostin: Amazing food, always busy so that makes it a little tough to go here when in a rush. Employees are really kind and make quality food. Personally recommend the spicy checker sandwich. Also make sure to get sauce or you are missing out.