This store is closed. Sad, since no one else carries Flames and Thrashers caps.
Our hours have changed since this was posted. Sundays- closed, Mondays 2-6, Tuesday thru Saturday 11-7.
Personal attention is what you will receive right when you walk in the door from the floral department, the pharmacy and the deli. Combine that with ample selection and variety throughout the store and a fast checkout. The resut is a winning combination. I do shop other grocery stores from time to time just out of convenience; however, my main shopping is always done at Kroger Ansley. That's my choice and I recommend that it be yours too!
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The very best most unique bead store in Georgia. So much to see....you would have to spend the whole day to see the entire collection. VINTAGE IS AMAZING. Customer service is the best. Ask for Melanie
This place was heaven on earth the had every book it was nice clean and quiet everything a bookworm like me needs I was devested when it close I can't think of another place in Georgia that sells book in a nice clean quiet area please sign the petition at change.org
Fresh Market, Chic-fil-A, J. Christopher's, and, StarBucks. Best of the best in East Cobb. Can't wait until Common Quarter ( Muss & Turner) is open. Best collection of stores in the neighborhood. A really convenient location with easy access to Woodlawn Road and Johnson Ferry.
Sevananda is the only vegetarian/vegan store in town, but don't be shy if you're not a veggie/vegan, there's lots of good stuff to sample and buy anyway.
I really like the Hot Bar on Thursdays as it's African themed and lately they've been doing a lot of Ethiopian foods.
It's in Little 5 Points, already a funky neighborhood, and always makes me feel welcome (I've even seen guys in suits there!) whenever I am shopping for some grub or some incense or herbal allergy formulas. I am going to try to shop more organic this month (as organic already means GMO-free) and see how it goes.
The flagship store of The Cook's Warehouse at Midtown/Ansley Mall is "every excuse to cook!"
Oh yes they it all u will love the store n the ppl who work there ben goin for 13+ years
This is one of the best Kroger stores in town. Others may be fancier but Kroger at Ansley has the right combination of good location, friendly staff and decent selection. Other people might disagree, but I think It's a great store.
Also, mean little queens should really think about practicing some restraint when writing negative reviews. "Murder Kroger" is "the worst Kroger.... in Town!!!!". If you didn't know that, then now you do.
"Bring back The Point!"
Bring back The Point!
this place is CLOSED
Lookin for pet clothes; for chili taljan..rain coats; sweaters; thanks..
I have always enjoyed my experiences at B&N Camp Creek. They have supported the local schools, hosting book fairs, and youth book clubs, hosting meetings and discounts for attendees. The story time features an excellent, animated reader; my book orders arrive in a timely manner; the management responds well to requests for books to be added; local authors receive support; and the cafe folks are very friendly. I hope this B&N remains a staple in the area because there isn't another large bookstore option in close proximity!
I too had a terrible experience with them! Businesses like this one need to get a grip in this unstable economy. Every customer matters and a lot of large businesses and small ones too are guilty of forgetting what customer service is. I will never visit this place again and will spread the word.
Extremely bad customer service --I bought my gf a pair of shoes for Valentine's Day, prefaced by asking if they did not fit could I exchange them for a 7. Saleswoman said yes. The 7.5 didn't fit, I went it to exchange them with original receipt within th...e 7 day period. There was still no 7, so they suggested I try a 6.5, I once again made sure to ask if this second pair didn't fit would I still be able to exchange for something else. I was told yes. Finally, the 3rd trip, she went in to exchange the shoes. She was told that not only could she NOT get store credit, but the boutique doesn't order sizes, when they sell out of the size, then that is it. Then went on to tell my gf that "...your boyfriend should just consider getting you a gift card instead next time." WTF? If I was told this on the first trip, especially with them knowing it was a gift, then I wouldn't have taken the risk. Now, she is stuck with a quite pricey pair of unworn shoes that does not fit. Let me end by saying, I am not one to complain, but it this case especially with it being a one owner type store, this instance should have been an exception. Even though, no exceptions should have been even needed. Extremely disappointed at how this transaction was handled. And, if this is how "Audrey" handles all her customers, I do not see this business being around for much longer. Enjoy the quite nice donation I donated to your store. Great morals. Not so happy feet boutique."See More—
Obviously you are not Rondo's material.
Visit Rondo's, spend lot's of money and behave yourself. It is not the Kwik-E Mart,
I got thrown out of Rondos Distributing (voodoo mansion online) today in downtown Atlanta. I merely picked up a box of soap and got told to leave. They claimed "I" could only look but not touch. Seems this Rondo guy still thinks it is the 1940s back when they first opened the store. When will things change. Do not patronize Rondos please.
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