How about parents teach there own children about some of the consequnces of unprotected sex. While I agree with more education, I can't comprehend why you believe the government is the answer to the problem. Where is the questionaire in your colume that you profanely despise so much so we can decide for oursevles? Open discussion is a positive thing in most all instances, but who are you to decide what is appropriate to question my children about and at what age?
Chef Daniel Porubiansky former executive chef of Bacchanalia has joined our staff at Century House Tavern in Woodstock. OTP? Not sure if the staff at the Loaf ever travel outside the 285 perimeter, but check your ego's and give it a try sometime as you might be suprised.
I want the Tuscan Wood Oven fired popcorn, dusted with Fleur De Sel and a 18 year aged Balsamic Vinegar served on the side please.
I'm more of an extrovert myself Cliff, although I actually agree with you on this one. I don't mind a communal table if I'm having a sandwich and beer after work or at one of my favorite BBQ joints, but if I'm spending the money for what's considered an upscale restaurant I'm out. I love and enjoy meeting new people, but a communal table at a busy restaurant isn't always going to be fun.
As a libertarian myself with liberal social views and conservative government spending ideals. Winston Churchill once said if your in your 20's and not liberal you have no heart, and if your in your 30's and not concervative you have no brain.
I compliment you for going 3 times before giving a food revue, but to complain about drink times when asking for "mixology" is asking a bit too much. If you want a fast drink, order a shot of tequlia or a glass of wine next time. Otherwise The Hibiscus Fizz at $14 bucks with it's flowery milk shake made with hibiscus-infused gin, honey, peach preserves, orange flower water, cream, and egg white may take a bit of time. Before you question it, no I don't work there. ap
Just went to a cool and funky new restaurant called inc. street food. Authentic latin food and great margaritas. Only one problem for you guys as it's in historic Roswell so you can't ride Marta to get there. sorry guys. It's packed all the time and I am personally happy if your snobby closed minded ITP readers stay away, because its hard enough to get a table or a seat at the bar as it is.
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