do not go to the chinoise in wallingford. the service was execrable, as was the sashimi. what kind of fucked up place runs out of glasses?! and appetizers?! and what kind of restaurant NEXT TO THE FUCKING SEA FAILS TO USE FRESH SEAFOOD?! places practically next door to this joint had lines around the corner to get in on saturday evening, but it was barely half full. during the awful awful hour my fiance and i spent dining there, we found out why.
they also didn't even have much in the way of decent booze, either. anyhow, just don't go there. perhaps the others are better, i would hope so for the owners' sakes.
We're looking at putting in an air conditioning unit, but are considering a heat pump instead. The question I have is - have any of you made the conversion from a standard furnace to a heat pump/furnace combination? How is it working out for you? Have you noticed a cost savings?
Any information you could provide would be great.
Question for Seattleites who are familiar with apartment living. My roomie keeps getting noise complaints from our next door neighbor because of his music. His music is however, so low that I cannot hear it from my own bedroom or the living room even with his door open. Management agrees that it is at a low level, but recently they have received so many complaints from this one individual that they decided to say that subwoofers are not suitable for apartment living so we have to keep it off. I know that can't be correct because nearly everyone nowadays has a sub woofer. If we keep the stereo below the residential mandated level of 55 decibels...is there anything they can do to us? or do we really have to keep the subwoofer off. I just dont see how it can be bothering the neighbor...especially since he hasnt complained about it for the one a half years he's lived here until now.
Are there any late night or 24 hour laundromats in Seattle?
I missed the last two episodes of CSI. Anybody have them on tape I can borrow?
I'm just wondering if anyone out there, has any idea where I can get a good wheatgrass book in Japanese. If so let me know thanks. Preferrable on-line.