Just went to see Tomorrow Land. The movie was awesome. But Jodi that works there made it very special for me. They didn't have any tomorrow land pins left, so she gave me hers. Thank you Jodi for making my experience over the top.
Our go-to for Mexican, either take-out, or dine-in. But give yourself time on weekend dinner, this has long since been locally known as the best you can get and fills to the brim every Friday and Saturday, and many other days as well.
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King Of Thrones Drag Show Every Thur Night w Ur Host Niko Giavanni opens@9pmshow@11pmcloses@3am. Different Performers weekly. Vodka,beer and food specials w free pool. May 28th Shavonna B. Brooks, Aphrodite Love Monroe, Kitty Love Antoinette and Dina S. Bonet Cassadine.
This place has improved a lot. they have delicious food for a cheap price.
The best goat or lamp in town.
Check it out.
Gorgeous space. Same quality as Cakes & Ale. Wonderful addition to the neighborhood. Location makes it easily accessible to Reynoldstown residents.
Very poor service. The chunky female bartender with the tacky sleve tattoo that calls herself a manager is the worst bartender i have ever seen. My food was not cooked the way i ordered it. She actually told me i could not take my leftovers home with me because the wings were .50 each. This would be a great place if there was an entirely new staff. They're all burnouts.
BEST NEW RESTAURANT IN DECATUR IN FIFTEEN YEARS.
Consistent quality, standards, offerings and service. Incredibly fast "fast-food" speed of delivery of highest quality BBQ and farm-style veggies and sides.
In the beginning they were still learning the ropes of service, but now it's like going over to your best friends place.
I've sampled most of their offerings off-and-on since they opened (as well as just about everything else in the Decatur area since 2000) and Community wins out. Easily gives any other BBQ in Atlanta a run for taste and quality. Expect to see additional sites around town in the future.
I never write reviews, but they have earned it - will post this same review to multiple sites.
If you like BBQ, you will like Community Q!
By far our favorite Mexican restaurant on BuHi. Total dive, and it can be really loud, but the food is delicious and pretty cheap.
I want to start off by saying all of the 4 and 5 star google reviews about Boutique Guitar Exchange are lies, I live close to the store and know for a fact that those reviews were falsely written by employees and friends of Boutique Guitar Exchange. The most accurate review is this one:
"Zero customer service. .. Apparently in their attempt to be hip, cool, retro ams all that they have succeeded only in being disinterested, off-putting douches. I'd rather go to guitar center."
I've frequented this shop on and off since 2010 and every time I go into the store, the rude salespeople make me feel like a second rate chump who's going into their place of business to cause trouble. The minute you come in the door, the cashier has this elitist, snobby attitude and barks at you for touching any of the instruments on the wall. When you actually try to make a purchase or need a guitar cable to test out equipment, that same snobby salesman has suddenly evaporated into thin air, nowhere to be seen or assist you. Let's set the record straight - Boutique Guitar Exchange does not value customer service or people at all, they want your money. This guitar shop uses upscale retail terminology and smoke and mirrors to hide the fact that they hire uneducated backwoods hicks for the cashiers and salespeople. I used to work at Sam Ash in Marietta and we never treated a customer with such disdain and hounded them for money. Let me repeat, Boutique Guitar Exchange does not value good customer service. They are ravenous wolves that will rape your pockets and sell you any shoddy product, they don't care about you, you are a mere dollar sign to them. Here is a list of honest and reputable music stores actually worth shopping at in ITP Atlanta.
648 McDonough Blvd SE, Atlanta, GA 30315
Guitar Center Atlanta
1485 Northeast Expy
Atlanta, GA 30329
Firehouse Guitars and Music
Medlock Plaza Shopping Center, 2520 N Decatur Rd, Decatur, GA 30033
Do yourself a favor and avoid this vipers' pit, go shop at an honest music retailer who genuinely cares about providing superb customer service.
i haven't been to the Mother's Day Brunch in a few years now. Was looking forward to this year with Mom, fiance', son, & new daughter-to-be...$200+20%??...i can't swing it..too expensive, especially when the Kids won't and can't eat $40.00 worth of food. Crap!! #downtooneincomestream
It's great when Atlanta can embrace the diversity of its citizens and offer cultural exchanges to better enrich our social landscape. As the Alliançe Francaise has been a vital contributor to the scene since as early as 1912, guests can not only expect a top-tier selection of French language courses but also festivals and outings that delight and inspire. Events well worth attending include its annual "Salon de Thé" for hat connoisseurs, "Bastille Day" festivities commemorating France's independence, "Africa Belle Soirée" to highlight French-speaking African nations, and the European Wine Festival in the fall season. Learn more about upcoming events by visiting www.AFATL.com.
Great patio, good food, but the service is not consistent. Either way this spot is great for soaking sun and drinks.
Overpriced and mediocre.
Same owners? Same food? Who wrote that? The current management company trying to fool those unfamiliar in the institution that once was Paschal's? Family hasn't been involved for years. And the food? Let's just say the high prices and subpar cuisine will have you heading over to Busy Bee.
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