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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Disney Baby, Apr 8, 2015.
Holler at my DMs if you'd like to go on the Hooch or Lake Lanier for stripers in kayaks.
Thought this said strippers and I was intrigued
Every time I come to Torched Hop, I wonder why I don’t come here way more. Best brewery in the city imo.
Definitely agree. Location and the set up are great
The food at Torched Hop is pretty good iyam
I've always had a good time there. The parking situation with the club next door really grinds my gears though.
People cross Ponce right there fearlessly
Yeah, it’s fantastic. Just a really great place that seemingly flys under the radar.
It’s a great place to go before a show at the Fox
The standard before a show has been Proof & Provisions and it gets slammed so we've been going further into the Highlands and ubering in, this sounds like an excellent option.
I’ve been shocked by how wide open it’s been relative to the Livingston and Cypress
Cypress wasn't too bad before Wheels of Soul last summer, far better than P&P.
Livingston is in the hotel, right?
It is. The bar is usually packed but it’s great if you can find a table on the patio.
Yup. Good Barners brewing solid beers
Brought home plenty of Tangerine With Envy
Just nothing around it I want to hop to next. A mom tried to set me up with her daughter there once.
All things considered, it’s proximity to Peachtree is better than you get with a lot of breweries. Most breweries are far more isolated.
Think the most impressive thing about Torched Hop is that all their beers are really good.
Yeah they are. IPAs, sours, stouts...yet to be disappointed.
Surprised you dont like Bon Ton
Best restaurant in the O4W
And the valet is always blocking the bike lane and pulling out into the right lane of traffic.
Second best behind Atlanta's best restaurant, Mary Mac's.
I like it. I just don’t think to go party there.
None of my people say let’s drink on Ponce.
Find new people
We had our April rendition tonight at Bones. It was extremely good. I probably like Rathbun Steak more, but it's really splitting hairs. Pecan pie desert may have been my favorite thing.
This looks pretty cool.
Spoiler: Some of the article
PLANS FILED FOR THE EASTERN, ATLANTA DAIRIES' 2,200-CAPACITY MUSIC VENUE
More restaurants and retailers are expected to be announced in the coming months.
Site Plan: Official
That picture is hilarious. Why are all the people from the 1960's?
So it's another version of Ponce City Market with City Winery.
Mary Hoopa's closed at 2nd & Hosea, will be replaced by a ramen spot. No loss, Publix fried chicken is just down the street and not $30.
You mean the two white people sitting on a bike staring at the fucking sun?
That's just how Atlanta was in the 60's
I’ve had just about as much scooter anarchy as I can take
Was taking the Marta down to the airport one day and this young gentleman got on at midtown with one, rode the train to the college park station, and then zipped off from there.
That’s one less on/near the Beltline so thanks to that guy
Just doing the lords work
I don’t necessarily mind people riding them on the Beltline because it’s gonna be a clusterfuck either way, but the utter disdain with which people park those fuckers drives me mad. Just hanging into the street ready to pop someone’s tire!
Bonus Beltline anecdote: Today I witnessed some guy literally rip a vape and muse “Georgia has really changed a lot since the last time I was here.”
Guy does have quite the view of Georgia from the beltline
Holy shit, setting a world record in douche chills.
We just got 2,500 approved in Chicago, people are already raising hell about it
There’s an episode of some Buzzfeed show on Netflix about these scooter companies just dumped these things in cities and said “hey, you figure it out.” I’m not sure which is worse though.
I also love that Atlanta’s solution to this is have ATL311 tweeted out parking directions that get 49 likes.
Happened in Asheville last year. They brought them in without telling a soul. City made them pick them up. The next day the company said fuck it and put me back out again.
Yea...those things got detained.
Bit fan of scooters, not a big fan of how people park them.
There just needs to be a clearer set of rules with which people must abide
Scooters are dangerous death traps
I make sure to follow them, minus a helmet. I ride in the street and always park out of the way. I think the people who just throw them aside don’t give a shit about rules. If there was a way to fine the last user when a scooter is illegally parked that might help.
Cars are not?
Good point. The people that are assholes on/with scooters are also assholes with bikes.
In addition to enforcing ppl following the rules of the road, there needs to be designated stations for docking the Scooters. They are littered everywhere. But I fear ppl are too lazy and rather ride them right up to their house rather than walk the final mile home.
Hope, at minimum, this expedites the construction of more designated bike lanes. Would help the E-Bike, E-Scooter ordeal.
Right, they should have designated stations the same way that Citi Bike, Divvy, Relay all have them. That or give them a parking space
The point of scooters is to connect the last mile. I agree though that designated stations could help, but they would neee to be everywhere.