No, the lesson is this: if you're going to make a good point about bad behavior by kids in a restaurant, don't undermine it by morphing the restaurant into A BAR for effect. Otherwise you will be mocked.
No argument, Edgewood Adam. Kids shouldn't run and scream in a restaurant.
I was ribbing you because you mistook a counter-service pizza restaurant for a bar. In one place you could reasonably expect no kids. The other is a place where you're gonna find kids.
You were looking for a real-bar experience in the wrong spot and complaining about it, despite a couple of real bars being not far away. I couldn't resist.
"I just did not like getting my chair knocked constantly while I WAS IN A BAR"
Getting your chair knocked sucks. But you weren't in a bar. You were in a restaurant. Two different beasts.
If you're looking for an actual bar intown, I can recommend some good ones. There's one not far away on Edgewood called Church. You won't find any kids in there. Ditto next door at Corner Tavern. Smoking is allowed here so there are no kids.
When you're in an ACTUAL BAR, you'll find no kids.
When you're in a COUNTER SERVICE PIZZA RESTAURANT, you are NOT in a bar and will likely find families. Because kids like pizza. Fact.
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