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THIS WILL BE A BIG F**KING DEAL! Saturday March 1st I am celebrating my 1,000th Saturday Dance Party at The Clermont Lounge! That's 20 years of Disco Funk! Let's GET IT ON!
I was a huge fan of Pura Vida, so I was excited to see what Hector was creating this time & arrived at Big Sky right at 11:30 on opening day. The vibe is more sports bar-y than I expected, and the fare and big-screen teles cater to that experience. The atmosphere is gorgeously open; the bar being a centered island gives plenty of room for people to crowd around, order, and socialize.
The food was as expected - innovative and beautifully-prepared. I was happy to have pork belly coconut buns after being without them since the closing of Superpan & Pura Vida. I also had the Cubano, and the clove was a delicious surprising flavor. All of the juices sounded delicious, and the bright, fresh flavors go well with the fare.
The menu is a nice balance of inventive and casual; many casual bar/hangouts have "normal" food and they just serve environment. Big Sky Buckhead has a great environment AND conversation-worthy food.
The avocado creme donut and endive sounded great, and I'll try them next time I stop by, which will be soon!
The owners and staff of Osteria Mattone turned our small company celebration into a truly unforgettable experience. The warm, personal greeting by owner Ryan Pernice, expert wine recommendations by sommelier Dan Pernice, tableside visit by Chef Ted Lahey and wonderful and attentive service by our waiter, Chris, were as exceptional as the menu and wine list. Not to be missed are the Fritto Misto (the white anchovy is devine), the Agnolotti di Oxo, and the luscious Budino Caramellato for dessert. Lovely renovated home on Canton Street in Roswell. Go. You will be glad you did.
Keet did an amazing job!! Everyone in the shop was nice and welcoming! I will definitely go back.
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Plays are obsolete. Everybody wants to be in the movies -- you've got something to show for it afterwards. That said, the place is well-run. Acting classes, a schedule, etc. Checked out the acting class, didn't think much of it. This obese gay guy with a nasty attitude who seem to think his meaningless exercises have something to do with acting -- they don't.
This is a review for the cafe (Starbucks) inside of the Barnes and Noble store (which in itself is a great store with a competent and friendly staff). I wish I could say as much for the cafe. On more than one occasion, I have been treated in an exceedingly rude manner by one of the baristas. I'm not sure of his name, but he is there often. A quasi tall, skinny, white boy who frequents a beanie on his head. His manner, to start off with, is cold with an air of arrogance. He is never friendly with me and always seems to return my attempts of kindness with a response in the tone of "I'm better than you and don't want to engage in conversation with you, but I have to because it is my job so I will in the most in-genuine way possible that still allows me to be employed". On one occasion he made my drink wrong and I didn't realize until a few sips in. Not half the drink, literally 4-5 sips into the drink. When I went back to address the issue of him making my drink wrong he wanted me to pay for another. I kindly told him that I would not pay for his mistakes and asked him to make me another or get the manager. He begrudgingly obliged, but told me I would have to wait for the drinks (about 4) that had been ordered since I had gotten my original one. I again told him that, no, that wasn't going to work for me and to please make it right away. He rushed through it making it sloppily, happy to let me see his frustration with me, then rudely slid it across the counter to me. My next bad encounter occurred tonight when I ordered a Chicken Basil Pesto sandwich for dinner from the cafe. As I was biting into the second half of the sandwich I realized it tasted odd and the chicken was pink. Pink = raw. I went back to the counter to show them. He rolled his eyes at me. How rude!! I'm sorry I am not eating your raw chicken and that I have bothered your precious time. Then he just kind of stood there with his arms crossed until I asked what could be done. He said that he could not give me my money back and that a manager was necessary for that. I told him I was hungry and didn't need my money back and another sandwich would suffice. I even told him just half of one would be fine since I had already eaten half of mine. Again, he was so rude. Dramatically and loudly pulling out the new sandwich for me, slamming the knife down to cut it in half (I'm also convinced he purposely cut unequal halves and gave me the smaller one, I wouldn't put it past him), and hastily throwing it in the oven carelessly and slamming the door. I mean, really!? Was I out of line for not wanting to eat raw chicken and asking for a new sandwich!?!? Neither of these times was I rude about the mistakes. I worked at Starbucks for 2 years and I know how some customers can be so I make it a point to be extra kind, but this man is making it hard. I spend a lot of my time at Barnes and Noble. Especially in the cafe, reading working on my computer. It is my happy place. This man, however, makes me so uncomfortable that I will now drive the extra few miles to another location. I am a tolerant person with a long fuse, if this man is getting underneath my skin he doesn't belong in customer service. The rudest barista I have ever encountered.
For the pet owners, the patio is pet friendly with watering bowls and radiant heat plus TV's.
THE PRESENT DAY RUTH PLAY
the Present day Ruth play is a must see for all ages, especially Men and Women going through everyday struggles with the flesh and spirit.The battle of the mind is a war zone. the story is told with dance, up moving and lifting drama for all peers.
Food is great. It's a no frills restaurant but the regulars keep coming back so they're doing something right!
Great spot. Great hookah. Great service. The zip code is 30308 not 30318..
My grandkids and I took advantage of the free admission in honor of MLK Day. We explored the museum and the grounds and found it to be quite enjoyable.
The recording said admission was $20 but they were charging $25 at door and $5 to re-enter for everyone.... It should be cheaper for over 21!!
There's a 500lb black guy working there that is RUDE, and disrespectful. He walks thru the crowded club telling everyone to not touch him and get the fuck out of his way. When he was in Men's restroom he ordered everyone to hurry up at sink and get out of his way. I reached to throw paper towel in trash and he glared at me and told me to get away from him and when I tried to say that I needed to throw my trash away, the 500lb piece of shit said, "U ain't gotta be touchin me tho dude." I told the guy and girl workng at coat check about him and they said he must work up front. He wore a black t shirt and black cap last Sat nite. I plan on going out there tonite and hopefully more in the future but this guy needs to be fired. Maybe the xtra time off he can use to lose some weight. U need to make some patron-friendly changes. This should not be what people remember after leaving ur club!!!
Horrible. Had car washed at Cactus about 1x a month - almost always had a great experience. This time spent $40 as I wanted a good clean outside, and the inside dash/carpet cleaned and shined. 1.5 hours later, they paged me, I came out and the guy was standing 100 feet from my car - handed me my keys and stood there waiting for a tip - no interest in looking at car with me. I walked over to car and from 20 feet away could see dirt on the doors, outside, hood, fenders. I walked up and ran my finger across the car and it easily wiped off - it was like they had not even washed it. Turned around to see the guy's reaction - but he was gone. Stood there for 10 minutes waiting for someone to come finish the car, but no one came. Asked for help kept being told someone would come over. Inside of car was even worse - not even vacuumed. There was some polish wiped across the dashboard, but had not been cleaned first, so just smeared the dirt and polish together. Car had not been vacuumed. Grit and grime all over the center console. Had not even been wiped down much less "deep cleaned" Went inside asked for manager. Came back outside and waited while they closed the shop and still no help. Finally gave up and left in frustration. Waste of Money STAY AWAY.
Mmmmmmmmm dead rat. http://blogs.ajc.com/food-and-more/2013/09/02/restaurant-inspections-chef-liu-2/
Great locally owned doughnut shop. Make sure you try the apple or blueberry fritters. They cost a little more but are worth it.
Overpriced so-so food and absolutely no customer service.
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