This article just kept going and going, kudos for gathering all of this info.
@wesley It was a perfect day for that, too. And the Bailey's Irish Cream Pop they had that day was great!
30 minute max wait is pretty sweet...had to wait an hour plus AT Ammazza's recently!
That's a word I haven't heard for Ponce City Market. Very cool - great idea to bring some variety!
Also those damn blinky lights. Cyclists shouldn't be allowed to wear them. Regular, non flashing lights? Sure. Absolutely. But the blinking ones should be outlawed. Blinking lights mean emergency vehicle.
So much anger. I walked through this firsthand. And these weren't personal chairs. These were the chairs from the event. Parish didn't address the problem then and now they're blaming their customers. Parish took advantage of the beltline. The practically built portapottys on it. Families with kids shouldn't be tripping over drunk assholes celebrating a holiday they don't even know the meaning behind.
Secondly, read the Beltline rules. PEDESTRIANS HAVE THE RIGHT OF WAY. Hauling ass on your bike? Beltline isn't for you. Slow down, Lance Armstrong.
@yep - These people at Parish were all actually pretty YUPPIE looking to me. I'm talking abercrombie frat boy types. I hate hipsters, but they're not the culprit at Parish.
@watitdew - You can eat a bag of dicks. Boo-hoo you have to slow down. The Beltline practically starts in my backyard. I will walk as leisurely with my dog and wife as much as I want. K THX.
Speaking of being in my backyard, I'm slowly starting to wonder if this Beltline blessing will become a curse to my everyday life and eventually property value. People parking illegally, or legally in an unsafe manner is a big concern. The area is exploding and I don't know if the infrastructure can keep up.
@James Nicholas - I haven't tried, but when I walk by Home Depot, I wonder how exactly people get down there.
@cep - Your words make a lot of sense. I wish more people thought like you.
That Krog St Tunnel is a harrowing bike ride. Dark, potholes and bumpy. I hope it gets addressed pronto.
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