My wife and I are in the process of planning our next trip to Atlanta. Now that we are a little more settled in, we were looking for a venue where we can have a formal meal with our friends for our 50th wedding anniversary. While we love our friends in Georgia, there are a lot of things we would probably miss out on with our current venue. So we are looking for a new one.
On our recent trip to Chicago, we went to a few local places to get one last meal, and we had a great time going to the same place. We’re looking to get our friends to come as well so we can all go out for dinner and enjoy some of the local cuisine.
We can help you find a new venue, but you’d better hurry. Not only do we have a few locations that are great, but we also have a few locations that aren’t so good. Some of the places we love have been closed for a while and it’s hard to get people to come out (and stay out) and others have been closed for some reason and they’re full of bars and restaurants that just aren’t a good fit for our group.
We are actually having a bit of a party. We are having a dinner and it sounds like people are actually coming to help. We are having a few great places to eat and some places that are just not good.
It’s a shame that we dont have as many great places to eat as we do beacuse we are in the south part of the state. I think this is because the weather is much cooler and the humidity is down for the summertime. Also, the weather in the south usually is a little cooler than it is in the north because people are used to the lower temps.
Maybe we should rebrand as “party and macon.” It seems a little like we have a lot of the same food items and the same ingredients, but it is almost like we are serving ourselves a lot like a “guideline.” I know I am having trouble with this, but we might as well call it the “guideline guide.
I’m not sure if it’s just coincidence, but the word guideline sounds a bit like a place where people go to find out how to do something, especially if they need to get their own advice. So if you have a problem at a restaurant and you’re craving something, you’re likely going to go there.
It’s true, I love hearing about the dishes and flavors that diners are having at local restaurants. It makes it possible for me to try a dish and not have to take a chance. That said, I also get a very strong “guideline” vibe when I hear about how many people are trying that dish. I guess that kind of implies that a lot of people are probably going to it anyway.
I don’t know about you, but I always try to avoid places that cater to the masses. I like to try new things and try new things for the sake of trying new things. You gotta be able to take a chance on it.
Not even the most successful catering restaurant knows how to take a chance on you. I can’t say that I’ve ever been in a room where the only thing for sale was a giant dish of something that looked like it came out of a giant ball of goo. I’ve been in one that was sold out of food so fast that I was forced to go to the front to get a glass of water. I can only imagine what the food is like in the kitchen.