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Chris Hall has worked all over the city, including in the kitchens of 4th & Swift, Canoe, and Muss & Turner's. Now he's primed to take the reigns of a new venture in the recently closed Joel location. Along with Muss & Turner's Todd Mussman and Ryan Turner, Hall hopes to have Local Three open by early October. The project, its ambitions, and its whereabouts are indicative of the current state of Atlanta dining. Joel was one of the city's last locally owned, non-hotel fine dining restaurants. Now in its place comes three guys who hope to open a "really killer neighborhood restaurant." Casual dining coming from this Cadillac of a kitchen is a change for sure, and Hall's task is to make the project appetizing enough to create a destination.
I grew up in the south on Krystal, lived in Chicago for 12 years on…
catch me at Whiskey Blue
Your mom loves them, so there's that.
Yeah Big Al judging by your online reviews, your Buttermade burgers SUCK.
I won fair and square. Don't be jealous, my burger is simply THE BEST.