I feel ya about the location / phone number. What's even more annoying is searching through a website to find a resto's hours of operation!
Let's pretend there's a restaurant owner who publicly states that "all of my customers are morons." Would it be okay for his customers to penalize him - by not visiting his restaurant - because he said that?
What if the owner said "I hate [insert minority group] and think they should all be killed." Would it be okay for members of that minority group to penalize him for saying that?
My point is that it's silly to say that "[n]o one should ever be penalized for speaking his or her mind". Speech has consequences, and sometimes they are negative ones.
Andrew seems to be a very passionate guy. He obviously speaks from his heart. Sometimes, when you are bursting to speak from your heart, it's better to wait until the immediate emotion has subsided, or discuss it with your more level-headed colleagues, before sharing your speech with the world. Sometimes its best to share what you really want to say with your friends and co-workers, but tone it down a bit for general consumption.
I wish Boner's the best, and I hope that at some point they/Andrew learn how to deal with these situations more effectively.
Cliff, this is an interesting post but I gotta say I don't have much sympathy for ya! Five minutes of Yelping and you could have found out that there are many good restaurants open late on the West Siiiiiide:
Bone Garden Cantina: 10:45PM.
Fellini's is open 'til 2AM.
Nuevo Laredo: 11PM.
Central City Tavern - kitchen open 'til 1AM.
Also, from West Midtown, you can take Deering to Peachtree where there are several excellent restaurants open late, such as Holeman & Finch and Sufi's.
I sympathize with ya, but I have to agree with the other posters. The poster clearly says 11AM-2PM "or 'til the food is gone". They were able to serve for 2/3 of the allotted time even though they were mobbed from start to finish. And if you had to "rush" to make a 1:00PM lunch, then you are not like most people. Most people eat lunch at noon, bro.
A frozen yogurt joint in west midtown. Oh please, oh please, oh please...
Sounds delicious, except for the fact that they found a SKINNED CAT behind Ming's on Buford a few months back:
Agree with your assessment of The Hil's wine service. I ordered a glass of red and my server asked "Are you sure you want that?" Um, yes?
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