Born on a backwater planet with no money in my pockets, but a song in my heart.
Very disappointing: $3 truffles with little depth of flavor or richness. Got samplers for multiple Xmas gifts and all recipients said the chocolates were "meh". How is this the best?
noun, plural en·chi·rid·i·ons, en·chi·rid·i·a [-rid-ee-uh]
a handbook; manual.
1535–45; < Late Latin < Greek encheirídion handbook, equivalent to en- en-2 + cheír hand + -idion diminutive suffix
Cliff, have you heard about any development on the east side of Turner Field, that is to say the Georgia Ave. corridor/Summerhill? It's such a hole and seems like an area ripe with opportunity. Tons of retail space, sandwiched between the stadium and Grant Park. It's depressing to drive thru there.
I was thrilled to find out it's the SPACIEST! I guess this is where all the unemployed NASA engineers wound up.
It's gotta' be Serpas—it's listed as 4000 square feet, 140 seats, and has TONS of parking.
Looking at square footage:
- Noni's 2629
- Sound Table 1875
- Cafe Circa 5140 (are there 2 buildings?: 2100 + 3040)
- Vesuvius 3979, but the lot is 4200 (42x100)
- Parish 5084 (I think--it's labelled "warehouse")
- Rathbun's around 4000
Vesuvius fits everything, I think, except for parking--it just has street parking, as far as I know--and Rathbun's doesn't sound right. Probably Serpas.
Just went to Arepa Mia and got the Pabellón–kind of disappointing for over $7 with tax. Small portion, muted flavors. 3 ounces of meat maybe, dab of beans, 1-2 slices of plantains. Pretty much a let down and I'm still hungry. These are supposed to be cheap street food; should be $3-4 for serving. Back to banh mi for me...
But you had no problem paying $12 for $5 worth of meatloaf, mac and cheese, and greens, 3 of the cheapest things to cook? (That's why college students eat that.)
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