Not "everything on their menu is a dollar" as you say, only certain items (sliders, rings, fries, and rootbeer floats). You probably want to correct this before a horde of angry bargain hunters descend upon FarmBurger. It may already be too late.
Dexter and Homeland, Sundays on Showtime, premiering 9/30.
I lived in Boston for 8 years, and the pizza there is only marginally better than Atlanta at best. Pizzeria Regina is totally overrated. Actually the best pizza in Boston is at a tiny place that's only open during the day in the North End, Galleria Umberto, and even that is not particularly amazing as compared to the San Gennaro pie at Antico. Overall the quality of Boston pizza on average is slightly higher than the quality of Atlanta pizza on average, but the award for the absolute best pizza in either city has to go to Antico.
Calling Moe's and Joe's part of a trendy chain may be the dumbest thing I've ever seen in print. Its ownership also has ownership interests in other local bars, but that doesn't make it a "chain" and it certainly doesn't make it trendy.
I recently tried Yeah Burger for the first time and came away entirely unimpressed. It was a decent burger and decent fries, but about what I'd expect to get at a Ruby Tuesday. Not worth the hype or parking headache.
That's a mighty big target to keep missing...
People need to see the big picture on this--it isn't proposed as the ONLY new transit program coming to Atlanta, but one of several that creates a network of transit options throughout the city's neighborhoods. Even if it may not seem like the highest priority of the various proposals, it's getting the funding so we should consider it the first step in bringing all of these alternatives to Atlanta. Whining about how the money could be better spent elsewhere, once it's already been awarded based on this specific proposal, is counter-productive.
Jill Chambers has an AAS from DeKalb Technical College in opticianry/ophthamology.
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