In addition to the food being mediocre at best (the food USED to be good, but they've decided, foolishly, to cater to suburbanites with no taste), the lack of atmosphere is an unwanted element in this struggling neighborhood. We were regulars in the first six months of its grand opening, but wouldn't set foot in that dump anymore. Thank God for the consistancy of the Earl. Oh, and not to mention, Honey's breakfast joint has even LESS atmosphere. Can whomever owns these two places get out of my neighborhood already? Prime locations wasted.
Nice to know that, no matter what color a developer is, the property will still be an eyesore. Can't help but think if this guy were white, you'd trash him for building more unwanted monstrosities in this town. You racist.
If the King family were functional enough to do anything properly, other than bicker, greedily waste their inheritance on themselves, and finger point, there may be an argument here. But, since they're incompetent, someone else always has to carry the legacy on for them. At that, be grateful anything is being done to honor the Doctor. Lord knows, his legacy is lost, where in his own community, the ball has been dropped.
Atlanta, up until now, has had NO CLUE about good pizza. Cheese-dough does not appeal to people who aren't obese and know how good pizza CAN BE.
It's about time.
Creative Loafing Atlanta
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