cry babies, if Dunkin' isn't appropriate, then what on earth is? Eric P. is right, the codes are so jacked up because they start with good intentions, then politics and lawyers get involved and you end up with stupid numbers that make no sense, hence 43 parking spaces for a place that admittedly does more than 75% of their business via drive thru! Southbound left turns into the new DD could be a pain, but truth be told Moreland south of McClendon could be re-striped to accommodate a turn lane and alleviate that problem.
Price aside I am laughing at how many words were spent to say, put some damn jam on an average biscuit with some probably better than Jimmy Dean sausage and ta-daaaa! It's good. That being said, I can make that at home for far less than $5.
He has to offer mashed potatoes too.
I think Lance was better off on his own in the kitchen without Shaun D. Rolling Bones tanked when Richards took over and tried to fancy-up the BBQ. Maybe he'll do OK at the Shed, but will airport food fly there?
I seem to get convinced to try Moe's again every 9-12 months, but it's always bland, and the salsas taste like they came from a Pace Picante jar. Yuck. I do love some Chipotle, and Bell street is very good, but I will say the consistency is not there. Tomatillos is even worse for consistency and what in the hell do they put in their guac to muck it up?
Sounds more like a B&B.
It's probably the graffiti task force playing zero tolerance and ruining good murals in the name of eliminating bad tags.
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