The restaurant on Old National was shut down, just not a location for that type of business. That was his first location, can't too much blame him for trying to give back to his community. But you all know how that goes. The 2nd restaurant was voluntary closed so he could focus on the restaurant in the airport. Oh not to mention his successful brand of Cognac and his record label. But I guess it's okay that we forget to notice those things.
I have to say Boring Buckhead. Lots of traffic, no good eateries. That place is just dead.
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