hottie4food 
Member since Jan 25, 2009

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Re: “Two Urban Licks

I have lived in Inman Park for fours years now, and I am a regular at this hip and trendy "warehouse" restaurant. I have taken all my out of town guest there, each time they are blown away. It's funny, driving up to the back of the warehouse, you feel like you have found a "secret" place, but looking at the packed bar, live music and full house, it seems like everyone knows this spot. It's sexy, and the food is amazing and more affordable than most good restaurants around. It makes Craft look like a sick joke. I have never had a bad experience here. The servers are hip, and occasionally neglectful, but they are busy. Google reviews on this place, you will not regret meeting friends here!

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Posted by IheartInmanPark on 03/13/2009 at 8:19 PM

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Posted by hottie4food on 01/19/2011 at 11:55 PM

Re: “Two Urban Licks

I love Two Urban licks, my friends and I are regulars. We love the food, and I am not sure what you mean by passe. I noticed that you gave no expaination. Did you realize that there is smoked salmon or wood fired meats? The food is great, and I know it has a lot to do with the fact that the place is packed every weekend, and on most nights. No doubt, you have noticed an amazing amount of huge, fantastically decorated restaurants in this great city. We can go anywhere to sit in a glam spot. It's more than that. To me, food counts above all. The drinks are great there,too!

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