When Playboy Magazine named the Majestic as one of the top 10 diners in the country back in November, most commenters disagreed, wondering why anyone opt for the newer, cleaner version of the cheap-eats staple. But all those commenters were forgetting one simple thing: Julian.
The then 25-year-old waiter kept bringing back the ladies (and a few guys) who couldn't get enough of the aspiring scriptwriter. Though he worked at an iconic diner, he kept his hot body by regularly eating tofu, Brussel sprouts and couscous. Oh, and he didn't have a car.
Atlanta has some hot waiters, waitresses and bartenders--am I wrong? You can tell your friends you just really love the pretzels at Midway Pub, but you're not fooling anyone. Share with us your crushes on Atlanta's beloved service industry, so that when we're eating Valentine's dinners alone this year, we'll at least have someone pretty to look at.
(Photo by Joeff Davis)
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