a stay of (tax-lein) execution for seeger’s

not to long ago i wrote about the imminent demise due to tax and other financial matter of guenther seeger’s five-star buckhead restaurant, seeger’s*. well, it looks like i and the rest of atlanta, who have yet to experience his cooking. are getting another shot.

the ajc reported this week that seeger’s has been given a new lease on life thanks to a loan arranged fidelity bank. apparently it really helps when the bank chairman is a huge fan of yours.

in this instance i won’t criticize what was obviously a sweetheart financial deal, because, damn i’m happy that i still have a shot at getting to eat there. according to the ajc, seeger’s is going to offer a three-course meal for $75 in september. i took a random sampling of some september days on open table, and it looks like you can still get in.

check it out if you can. $75 at seeger’s is a rare opportunity.

2 Comments so far

  1. Smoove D (unregistered) on September 2nd, 2006 @ 4:01 pm

    It’s a mystery to me how a place where the average dinner bill (with tax and tip) is $300 could go bankrupt. It would make sense if Atlanta was full of cheapskates like me, but the $30,000 millionaire crowd is in full effect here. Maybe Seeger should hire a business manager with a brain.

  2. james (unregistered) on September 2nd, 2006 @ 5:29 pm

    you kill me, smoove. i am officially applying, and i’ll work for dinner, no salary, just dinner.

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