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Friday, November 21, 2008

Cynthia Tucker now a dining critic

Cynthia Tucker, editorial goddess at the AJC, tells Forbes Magzine where to eat in Atlanta. Among her recommendations is the City Grill:

It tends to be quiet. You can actually hear the person you're with. Some of the newer, trendier restaurants in Atlanta are very noisy.

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