I chose The Earl as best burger during the '07 Best of Atlanta -- before the trend kicked into gear -- and while I LOVE Farm Burger among this trend, I remain loyal to The Earl. Superb.
"My great hope is that they will see fit to continue contributing to the paper and online as much as our freelance resources allow."
The consistency does tend to veer into redundancy, but we keep coming back. One thing I love is that every dish is prepared about as well as it can be. More recently we've veered toward the specials to mix things up, and they've worked. Love this place.
I remember doing a light little travel piece on L5P around that same time for my hometown paper, and residents then lamented about how much they missed the good old days and how tame it had become.
Looking at that menu suggests nothing "nouvelle" about this place, which is fine if the food they do serve is good. I've heard the po-boy loaves come from Leidenheimer's, which is great to hear if true. I read elsewhere some quibbling over the olives they use in the muffulette (black vs. kalamata), but recipes vary -- green olives are the key anyway. I'm looking forward to checking this place out.
Wow, that's Tipping 101. How unfortunate.
I took Brantley's comments to mean that the Obama administration is using high-speed rail as a way to improve the economy, that the states need to join the bandwagon, and that's a gimmick. I didn't take it as Perdue blaming Georgia's transportation problem on Obama.
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