I remember this joint when it was attached to Lenox Mall: Overpriced and mediocre, at best.
That's the problem with places promoting ambiance and looking to suck away your cash: They spend all their money on location and trappings, and stick it to ya in the menu prices.
There are too many well-appointed places in Atlanta that offer great food at reasonable prices. This ain't one of them.
Public officials that get preferential treatment, particularly by their own decree, deserve to be (in the immortal words of Christopher Turk and JD) in Hell watching The View next to the super high unreachable cupcake table.
I think actual socialists would take issue with you lumping them in with progressives and liberals, PistolPete. They view the latter as sellouts to a right-wing corporatist/fascist agenda.
JUST LOOK AT ALL THE COLDSORE SUFFERERS, AND YOU ARE LOOKING AT HERPES.
RUN, RUN, RUN AWAY, AS FAST AS YOU CAN!
HERPES IS THE PLAGUE THAT KEEPS ON GIVING!
Mr. Fort should ask Mr. Balch about his arrest for destruction of federal property along the Appalachian Trail.
there so id much it's magic
Actually, Ponce de Leon Park - where the Atlanta Crackers used to play - was across the street where Whole Foods/Home Depot now stands.
I'm shocked...SHOCKED...to learn that racism once existed in America. I wonder whether a Negro could have been elected as President 100 years ago?!
One cannot apply current fads in political correctness to ancient history. GET OVER IT!
You might be surprised--or offended, for all the good it would do--to learn that Dr. Seuss launched his career as writer & illustrator with numerous cartoons, reflecting the stereotypically racist ideas of the time.
Maybe we should burn ALL his books?
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