I was there the day Joe Pinkley is referring to in his post. Joe came in signed up for the tournament that was being held, asked about a card price and then sat down at a table probably to construct his deck. The owner then came up and asked if he wanted the card and did throw a fit when Joe said he wasn't going to purchase the card. (which was under $5) The owner must of had a rough day or something because I have been there multiple times and although he was never the most pleasant person he certainly was never like that.
Staff is knowledgeable and friendly. Everyone takes their time explaining the details of the park. They give suggestions for walks, short or long. They remind everyone to drink a lot of water, use sunscreen often and wear a hat & sunglasses. I am handicapped and I was able to go for walks too. It is beautiful.
Best prices for cards. Fun atmosphere. Also, one of the top rated judges presides over the events. Good people. Good times.
Wow! I don't know what the first reviewer is talking about. Sounds like a punk to me. I have only recently started doing business with Magic Tower with the release of Innistrad. The owner (I think his name is Matt) has always been very helpful and informative. I have learned a lot about MTG from him. I have found him to be generous in his dealings and he offers excellent prices. He is always inviting me to come to the store and play, but I haven't gotten around to it yet. I am on my way over there today to see if I can still get in on the pre-order for Dark Ascension. I have recommended Magic Tower to my friends and will continue to do so.
I don't know what the previous reviewer is talking about. The owner is outgoing, welcoming and his store is very clean and professional.
I am 100% sure his review is only one side of a story where he was being an asshole to the owner. The customer does not have the right to be an asshole to a store clerk or store owner.
The owner of this quaint little shop is perhaps one of the worst human beings I have ever had the displeasure of encountering. He treats his clientele with the utmost contempt and throws tantrums when you don't buy something the moment you walk into his joke of a store. Apparently he's under the delusion that attempting to bully people into buying his products and then calling them names and telling them to "get the fuck out" when they don't is a legitimate business model in this economic atmosphere. Unless you enjoy being yelled at by an ignorant, belligerent, inbred hick while you game, I strongly suggest you pass on this establishment.
Lucky Strike gave my friends the best time of their lives! We push to go every day of Winter Break! Everyone loved it! I even won 2 stuffed animals on the crane machine.
It's now going on 15 years since I step foot across the Arizona New Mexico border on my way to the fabled town of ...Tombstone.
You might be wondering what the heck Tombstone has got to do with "Mescal" So if you really asked yourself that you might want to go back. Mescal is the magical place where the Cult Classic "Tombstone" was filmed.
My brother and I own the number one website (www.tombstone.org) in the world for everything TOMBSTONE ! A day doesn't go by that someone from Germany, Japan, or Cincinnati doesn't ask us where the movie was filmed. With respect and child like excitement we say MESCAL. NUFF SAID GO SEE IT !
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