Can you guess that movie? Steve’s TV Day 32

Steve’s TV is the Region’s largest selection of movies for sale and rent.  They carry Top Brands of Tv and Audio.

 Back in 1980’s when the VCR became popular; Steve’s TV was one of the first stores in Kitchener to rent movies.  The store opened back in 1957 by Steve Mathiesen as a TV and radio repair shop and is now owned by Randy Martin.  Steve’s TV keeps its loyal customers because of the incredible service they provide which includes knowledgeable friendly staff, custom home installations and even a free home consultation to make sure you get the perfect system that’s right for you. 

Steve’s TV is located at 385 Frederick St. Kitchener

www.stevestv.com     follow them on twitter @steves_tv

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Nith River Chop House Day 28

You got to love eating at a place that supports local business.  The Nith River Chop House uses all local meats, veggies, apple butter and even the bread comes from across the road from a neighbouring bakery.    After an entertaining interview with the chef, Matthew Cressey, I was told that they even grow some of their own herbs and he explained how every ingredient used is fresh. In the top 10 restaurants of all of Waterloo Region, they were ranked a very impressive #8 by Squidoo!  One of their specialties that got them there is the incredible schnitzel. 

The atmosphere is awesome as the place is tastefully decorated in a western country theme. 

For more info and to see their daily specials go to www.nithchophouse.com follow them on facebook http://goo.gl/bWK7X or Twitter @NithChopHouse

 Thank you Nathan Wiles for being so accommodating and helpful.  I will be visiting soon!

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This week begins a new little project.

This week begins a new “little” project.  I’ll be posting new and interesting blogs encompassing Waterloo Region Ont. and surrounding areas. Maybe a festival to attend. Perhaps a restaurant, fun activity or hidden gem that not a lot of people know about.  This will hopefully be a great community resource from the perspective of a lifelong resident who loves his hometown and also a great resource for those looking to relocate to Waterloo Region and surrounding areas.