Restaurants Come and Go

R.I.P.- Corner bakery in Perimeter, we will miss your chicken pomodori sandwich and visit you in the Buckhead location. Teaspace you were so cute but impossible to find, will L5P find another bubble tea location? The Abbey will join you in case itís lonely on the other side. Salt couldnít shake it in midtown, see you later BBQ shrimp and grits for thirty dollars.

Welcome- Two Urban Licks you attract the beautiful ones in midtown. Meat-eaters delight in your fun yet casual ambience. Rathbun we are glad you finally opened a restaurant to call your own. The reservation list is tight, but the food is delectable. Although One Midtown Kitchen has been around a little longer, we want to celebrate the recent addition of Chef Blais formerly of Fishbone, Blais, and Bazaar. Have you found a home for the fois gras milkshake? Soto thank you for coming back, you were missed. Your sushi is the best in the city. If you want to go south of the border, Acapulco Grill and Cantina has moved into the tex-mex category. Still full? Fatburger in midtown serves the best burgers and turkey burgers in town. Try one with everything. If youíve got a hot dress to wear, see if you can get your date to try Quinones. Quinones opened under the watch of Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison of Bacchanalia and Floataway. The city looks forward to these new additions for the Atlanta restaurant family.

4 Comments so far

  1. Greg (unregistered) on August 4th, 2005 @ 10:56 am

    teaspace, corner bakery… noooo :(

    Me and my girl had lunch on our second date at corner barkey in perimter some 15 months ago, sad but true…

  2. Cap'n Ken (unregistered) on August 4th, 2005 @ 11:11 am

    Holy Smokes – when did Fatburger come to town? As the Beasties once said “I fly Fatburger when I’m way out west …”. Seriously good semi-fast-food burgers.

    That absolutely rules, and Sidney Marcus at Piedmont is not so close to Buckhead that I’d avoid it.

  3. Paulie (unregistered) on August 4th, 2005 @ 12:47 pm

    Perhaps I should change my name to “Two Urban Licks” so that I could attract the beautiful ones (women only please) in midtown.

  4. Lori (unregistered) on August 4th, 2005 @ 2:32 pm

    Teaspace sucked. Worst service ever. I’m glad they’re gone.

    How about the falsely reported closing of Las Palmeras? I think everyone in my neighborhood screamed “no!” when we first heard it. Thankfully, it wasn’t true.

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