I have two places I'm never shopping from again.
The first is a restaurant, Granite City Brewery. We've been there three times to try it out, and every single time, something about our order has been wrong. The first time, our appetizer arrived literally two minutes before our entrees did, and they had the wrong description of a dessert on their menu, so what we thought we ordered was VERY different from what we got (think "chocolate chip cookie with ice cream" vs "toffee almond cookie with ice cream"). The second time, our appetizer didn't arrive until the end of our meal. The manager who brought it out gave us the choice of not paying for it or having them box it up so we could take it home. We chose to take it home, and when we tried it the next day, it was undercooked! This last time, I ordered waffle-fries with my chicken sandwich. The waffle fries were not described as seasoned, or spicy, or anything like that. Just waffle fries. Well, they came out and were so seasoned and spicy that I couldn't eat them, and my DH could only eat a couple. DH's macaroni and cheese seemed to consist of more sauce than either noodles or chicken. Three strikes and you're out - we will not be going back there in the future!
Also, I'm never shopping at the Michael's near my house ever again. I've had some problems with them in previous years; they once told me that a poster I was framing was going to be three weeks late because "we had a sale the week after you dropped it off, and we need to get those people their frames first". The problem I had last night, just made me realize I never want to go there again! I went in, looking for a couple things I wasn't sure they had (a bone folder, and some acetate sheets) and a few things I knew they did have (different size molds for soap). After twenty minutes of searching, I found the soap molds and the bone folder, but couldn't find the acetate sheets. So I started trying to find someone to help me. I saw three different associates, but every time I started walking towards them to ask a question, they'd look up, see me, and then turn and walk away. All three of them! I finally put my stuff down and walked out. A store like that obviously doesn't need my business! There's a few independent framing stores around as well as at least one art store around - I'll be checking them out instead.