Beatific attendant, great colors, neon signs, fluorescent lights, industrial machinery, great background noises, handcrafted notices of laundromat policies, an old school checkerboard stripe running along the wall, a fading Road Runner mural, miscellaneous flyers ranging from babysitters-for-hire to a crisis in Sudan. Space is kind of tight, but enough. Cramped seating, but adequate. Get to watch people doing their laundry, get to see how many people pay to have their laundry done for them. Everything is a little beat-up, some wear and tear, but adds to the atmosphere.
For me, it was two loads washed and dried, little over an hour, six dollars.
...where the Mexican lady listens to Mexican pop-music and launders other peoples clothes as I lean contrapposto almost wedged in between a couple of washers reading, intermittently considering my surroundings.
The machinery is superior.
opens at 7AM, last load at 8:30PM, except Sunday, last load at 6:30PM