There are around 12,900 businesses listed in Ohio. Top cities in Ohio with most businesses are Columbus (1,502), Cincinnati (1,052), Cleveland (828), Dayton (573), Akron (278), Toledo (271), Youngstown (213), Canton (193), Dublin (143), Springfield (118).
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Following are the latest 5 reviews submitted by visitors on various businesses in Ohio.
Waited in line 20 minutes to place an order which when I went to move my feet, my shoes stuck to the floor, should have been a sign to leave... anyways. This young woman taking the orders must have been new and did not now how to run the register, but did know how to have conversations with her friends that keep running up to the counter. Place a simple order , a double with mayo, tomatoes, lettuce. What I got was a double with onions, pickles, ketchup, mustard, lettuce, tomatoes and cheese. Told the manager that this was wrong and he asked me if I was sure...... Waited another 10 minutes for a new sandwich and it was still wrong. Instead of waiting another 10-20 minutes, I took the sandwich, left and outside was a elder man who was begging for food, so I gave him the sandwich. At least someone got to eat today.
I usually Love this place. Grew up visiting the bexley and dublin grandville locations. Today I ordered from the dublin/worthington location at 1925 Hard Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43235 . Prior to pick up the person on the phone was very rude. Had no type of customer service skills. I placed my order anyhow because it was what we desired for lunch. Our company tends to spend large sums of money on lunch at various places in the area. Just to support our community. However upon arrival I asked to remove an item off the order and I was told if I didn't purchase the complete order the police would be called. So here I'm being threatened because I don't want a cheddar Mac anymore. I then asked where that law was posted because I've never heard of such. I explained that even at a restaurant you can send food back. I was then yelled at by the manager ( older, bald , Caucasian, around 5'11 in height) the hair he did have was grey. He told me I was moron when I asked if he was calling me names he then yells out M-O-R-A-N. Granted he can't spell it still isn't how you treat customers. I will never order there again.
Nice little shop with lots of variety.Notary public as well.Staff is very friendly and prices are good.
My wife and I just spent the weekend at the Carpenter Inn and Suites while visiting our daughter at Ohio University. In a sentence, it was hands down, the BEST stay we have ever had, anywhere! We stayed at the Montana Cabin, which is aptly described as a “Woodland Oasis”. The quality that you receive in terms of service, privacy, amenities, professionalism, and affordability, is unmatched. Beautiful wrap-around deck, Jacuzzi bathtub, steam shower, wood burning stove (in addition to modern heat), and a clean/safe feel throughout are just the beginning! In addition, the owners/staff, pay meticulous attention to the “little things” which most certainly do not go unnoticed. These include seasoned wood/newspaper/matches to light the fire, several candles for a romantic feel, oil lamps, hot tea, fresh delicious breakfast, full kitchen with all you need to stay in and cook if you wish….I could go on and on. After two nights and three days there, we simply did not want to go home! In addition to the cabin we stayed in, there are several other options at the Carpenter Inn and Suites which offer differing levels of rustic feel or modern living. We cannot wait to come back and stay at the “Treehouse” with our little children. All in all, you will absolutely NOT be disappointed and quite frankly, we are kicking ourselves in the butt for nights spent in hotels over the years. Any penny spent on anywhere else in the surrounding area is a waste of money in our opinion. Thank you Carpenter Inn for one of the best weekends we have ever had. It was just the refresher that my wife and I needed!
The buffet has very little choices. When I asked if they could make a mushroom pizza for me they refused. Overpriced for what they offer. Horrible customer service. They never replied to my pm on Facebook even though they told me to contact them.