First Choice Home recognized a need for quality homes at reasonable prices. With an uncompromising commitment to quality, the First Choice Home Construction company has become one of the largest and most respected builders in West Texas.
We offer advice to people repairing there own cars. We have four levels of service. The first level is a picture or diagram. The second level of service is step by step instruction on how to replace an item. The third level of service is diagnosis help. The fourth level of service is talking one on one with a technician.
The ASE-certified techs at Midas rejuvenate road-weary wagons with oil changes, tire rotations, safety checks, and other auto services. Since aging oil can saddle engines with contaminants, dust, metal particles. and chickenpox, the moto medics at Midas dispatch dingy oil and infuse vehicle veins with up to five quarts of oil matched to your buggy's recommended viscosity level. Techs will also swap out dated filters with fresh oil sieves. After polishing pistons, mechanics rotate tires to help reduce wear over time and move gossiping rear wheels to the front of the class.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Party Supplies
Pro Tip: I can do special orders on some of the party supplies
Good for Kids: Yes
Candi Emmerson, the owner of About to Party, outfits clients with everything they need to throw a memorable bash, but she specializes in balloon centerpieces and tuxedo rentals. She also deals in costume jewelry, monogrammed napkins, and all the odds and ends that characterize an event. Her favorite part of her job, though, is the balloons. "Balloons make people happy," she says,"[I] love the kids' faces when they see balloons."
Experienced photo gurus Doug Box and Randy Kerr impart practical photo skills to curious shutterbugs during engaging seminars that have appeared across the States and in eight countries abroad. Doug Box, author of myriad photography-technique books, is one of 13 Kodak mentors and is the Executive Director of the Texas Professional Photographers Association. His co-teacher, Randy Kerr, heads World Photographic, which uses photography as a vehicle for illuminating humanitarian and environmental topics. Both men have been teaching photography classes for years and help amateurs take photos that capture piercing looks, toothy smiles, and elusive dodo sightings.
A crackling fireplace and ranch-inspired art give Cattle Baron Cafe a friendly, distinctly Texan vibe. The dining room and outdoor patio set the scene for half-pound Angus burgers named for different places in the state, such as the Ft. Worth, which, like all of the city's buildings, is topped with brisket and smoked sausage. In the kitchen, chefs hand-cut steaks and flame-grill them to the desired doneness. The sprawling menu also celebrates comfort food such as fried baloney sandwiches, breakfast served all day, and made-from-scratch meringue pies.