this might be fun:
also starbar looks to have a good show going on.
Get a room WWW and JR already... geez !
The fries in that picture look RAW... how come you did not rip them on that too?
Geez Cliff - a snarky server being snarky to a snarky patron. Does it really pay to be a grumpy old man - I bet your gay dining companions are much more lively !
the crust-to-ingredients ratio looks a little high in the pic above.
if a third of your pizza slice is crust, you're doing it wrong.
Anyone been to that Park Tavern party before?
And what's up with The Masquerade not hosting their annual Halloween party this year?
Went on a Thursday night a couple of weeks ago; everything was fine, just that the place was nearly abandoned: 4-5 tables outside and no-one inside. Most of the students are hanging out at B&N's Starbucks across the street.
What few of these guys realize is that the practice of the "saggy" pants started in prison as a sign the wearer "was available". They might pull them if they knew, then again they might not!
Also, if elected President I promise to ban the manufacture of Skinny Jeans for males.
Mike, that's not literally my pizza, but they do serve pickles with the "swine pie" (BBQ pizza). I'm pretty sure that's the only one that gets the pickle treatment. And thankfully they're served on the side and not "on" the pizza itself. I do really like the fact that the BBQ here is bathed in a vinegar sauce rather than the typical brown sugar-y, thick BBQ sauce that so many BBQ pizzas employ. It lets the Riverview Farms pork shine through more clearly.
Why were you served pickles with your pizza?
Put yourself in the server's postion, did she derserve a snarky demeanor for something beyond her control? It's one thing if she gave bad service or spilled a beverage on you, but I doubt she cooked your meal.
#RealTalk - I had friendly and knowledgeable service the one time I sat at the bar (including being offered tastes of a couple beers, served up in cute little tasting glasses), so didn't see anything like what you experienced. Table service was a bit scattered on one visit, with some long delays in bringing beer to the table, but overall just fine.
This gets me thinking Brad - you should open your own spot taking the best of what these Atlanta eateries offer. Call it The Best of Da A.
3 tries? Joe is the most forgiving man in Atlanta.
How was your service, Brad? I enjoyed my food and beer on my visit, but was stunned by the bartenders. We sat at the bar, and they were ridiculously inattentive, choosing to play immature, flirtatious games with each other rather than even making eye contact with us. What a disappointment.
^ jesus, dude. just ask the guy out already.
How early, Darryl?
When they are as ripe as possible before rotting in the summer or birds eating them in the fall.
I have a garden with almost 40 tomato plants still producing fruit. How many do you have?
truly fascinating, yes, but so much crucial information is still left unexplained.
we know that bobby was sitting on bostock's right, BUT WHERE WAS NON-COMPLAINING, VEAL PICCATA-LOVING, ITALIAN-AMERICAN FRIEND FRANK SITTING?
inquiring minds want to know.
can the OP please shed some light on this for us?
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