Canyon Golf Market Inc

United StatesTexasSan Antonio → Canyon Golf Market Inc
  • Website:canyongolfmarket.com
  • Address:26180 Canyon Golf Rd, San Antonio
  • Phone:(210) 490-3388
  • Opening Hours Today: 05:30-23:00
  • Monday: 05:30-23:00
  • Tuesday: 05:30-23:00
  • Wednesday: 05:30-23:00
  • Thursday: 05:30-23:00
  • Friday: 05:30-23:00
  • Saturday: 05:30-23:00
  • Sunday: close

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Comments

Shannon B: 05/01/2017 18:37

One of the better Pizza Huts & very capable staff.

Anet Navarro: 04/21/2017 19:57

the management is very corrupt, they steal from employees, underpay longterm employees, and will do a number of scare tactics to keep you under them/threaten you. Speaking from personal experience as well as from other current staffed people there... all you gotta do is talk and ask and the truth will surface

Aurash Javid: 12/15/2016 05:06

I accidentally stumbled across this gold mine of a convenience store, and let me tell ya it might has well been a diamond mine. Their wine selection was as bountiful as the markets from California to France and the staff was easily nicer than Santa's workshop. I was sick when I walked into this store and then felt magically better as I left with the warm happiness and love from this family run location. Also try the sandwich deli, they make their sandwiches to fulfill the hunger of a Viking king.

Austin Mendez: 12/15/2016 04:53

Quality products and service with the local neighborhood convenience. Great selection of food and beverages, be sure to check out the extensive beer selection. Family run and very welcoming.

Alan Carney: 11/19/2016 10:04

It's not a good neighborhood store. The owners are bad neighbors. Very bad. The latest reason: they've chosen to clean the store at night. The cleaning crew's truck is very loud. It was heard with all windows and doors closed. The Cintas crew will be working on the floors from 11pm-4am tonight. FOUR AM. Because Bexar County has no noise ordinance nothing can be done through the Sheriff's Office. That's freedom in Texas, I guess. A good businessperson would find a way to conduct all of its business without disturbing its immediate neighbors, i.e. its most likely customers. I'll drive a few miles to the next Shell station & convenience store.