Yeah, this place is a mainstay for the local African American community, but racist they're not. I don't know about any "wetback" comments, but I do know the fried chicken is some of the best I ever had. We went about a year ago and food has gotten a bit pricier ($7 sandwiches), but has also started to dish out some really great food. They could help a sista out with a break on the beer prices, but that about it.
Not only did they take my neighbor -- they took away one of the few folks still left on the block. Meanwhile the real kingpins are left to run the streets. So much for law and order.
This would be one of the most sensible ideas ever introduced at Underground. Plagued with problems as though the ground its under were cursed, even something that would make sense will take great management to pull off at this point. Good luck.
Liz Coyle didn't like your style, but I sure dig it. The westside of ATL would be happy to have your buildings.
Bizarre. Can't wait for the Publix.
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