People are so quick to turn around and yell, especially in New York City. Granted, sometimes it is deserved but some people really do need to take a chill pill, as my mom says. But what about all the times you actually receive great customer service? I am not talking about the times when you call the cable company and they pick up quickly and give you $5 off your monthly bill. I am talking about every time you walk into your local coffee shop and you are greeted with warm smile and a delicious cup of coffee exactly the way you like it. Even if you may not want to share your secret spot with the world, positive reviews online can do wonders and have a much bigger impact than the dollar you put in the tip jar.
Lilysa Nail – This place was my go-to nail salon when I lived in Brooklyn, especially with their $19.99 mani / pedi special!
Luke’s Lobster – The best Lobster Roll in New York City, and trust me, I have tried most of them. Plus Luke went to Georgetown too, and you all know how much I love Georgetown.
Manhattan Fruit – The 24 hour fruit stand on my Brooklyn block had fresh fruit and produce year round with great prices!
The Trader Joe’s Wine Store – My go-to place for the last three years and I do not feel like an alcoholic walking out with 12 bottles because they are such a good deal and that counts as an arm workout, right?
Last night I left a positive review for each of these ten places. People are so quick to judge and complain about negative things that I wanted to leave positive reviews especially aas I bet I am not the only one to judge movies by their Rotten Tomato scores and if I have never been to a place. Try out some of my favorites and let me know what you think!
Do you usually leave positive reviews?