Follow the money and you will likely find the motivation for this legislative action (as is often the case). I started using Uber about a month ago and it is, hands down, the best way to get around in Atlanta if you can't or don't want to drive. I have almost 2 million LTD miles on Delta so travel a bit. The taxi service in ATL is one of the worst in the North America. They are in a (minor) league of their own. Anyone opposed to new car services like Uber should be required to take a taxi in ATL for a week and then take Uber for a week. That way they can rely on their own experience. Of course, they are going to argue behalf of public safety but, as I say, the true motivation probably lies elsewhere.
Based on what I read here I'm thinking there must have been two locations but there were not. I ate there about 6-7 times. I always sat at the bar. The food and service were exceptional every time without fail. Big loss for this neighborhood.
Love your column. Any chance you would consider leading with the date instead of the venue? For example... http://www.scoop.it/t/atlanta-food-wine/p/…
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