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- In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we are thankful to be partnered with ...you! Thanks for blessing us with your chicken and waffles. Happy Thanksgiving!
- Hi, My husband and I wanted to have dinner at your restaurant at Atl...antic Station and when we walked in one of the employees was sitting down at the booth rolling silverware. She yells over to us while she was still seated that they were only taking to go orders. We asked why, and we looked again at the door to see that it says the restaurant closes at 9 on Sunday's. Again we asked her why and she said they only take to go orders after 8:30 (it was 8:23). The lady had a serious attitude and we were so perplexed that apparently you all just close when you want. Is this a normal practice at your establishment?
Went again for the Marinated Peri Peri wings a few days ago and they were over charred! It took over 10 minutes for the same rude female waitress, whom I was told, was the MOD, to bring out everyone's
Your food has to be more consistent
We have partnered with Georgia Citizens' Coalition on Hunger to help raise funds for a new tractor!
THIS Thursday, August 4th, we will be hosting a fundraiser at Bantam + Biddy. It starts at 6:30 pm.
$65 per person...
Excludes tax and gratuity. Alcoholic beverages sold separately. 2-hour free parking is available in the parking deck located directly next to the restaurant on Crescent Ave.
Please make reservations at email@example.com
More info on Georgia Citizen's Coalition:
"Forty years ago, the Georgia Citizen's Coalition was formed to address hunger in our state. Located in South Atlanta, a community where one in four people goes to bed hungry, the organization sits on 7 acres of viable land to grow food for local families. Their tractor is no longer reliable. They need a new one to start farming and increase production. With a good tractor, the Coalition can feed 500 hundred families per season, and the investment will guarantee food sovereignty for a decade!
In farming, as in fundraising, many hands make light work. Umoja means unity, which means we are all in this together. When you contribute to this collective effort you put this value into practice.
The Umoja Farm is not just a way to feed people a meal, the farm provides the community with a true and lasting solution in a so-called 'food desert'. The tractor will help produce crops that supply multiple farmer’s markets, where food stamps go twice as far. It will help sustain a powerful, Black-led, 40-year-old organization based in the vision of poor and working people.
A tractor is a small piece of equipment with huge significance - it can turn a small garden back into the working farm this land was meant to be. The 9 Gammon Avenue building is a community hub in South Atlanta. In a moment when young people are in danger, there are no jobs, and visionary leadership is under attack, the Umoja Garden represents a new economy and a powerful, collective effort to feed and sustain our communities.
Please lend a hand to lift up success in this community. Contribute at a level that is meaningful to you, and share this fundraiser with the people you know who care about justice, local food, nutrition, and mental health."
Join us at ChickABiddy for @AtlanticStation Margarita Crawl from 12:30-5p tomorrow, Sunday July 17th! Vote on your favorite margarita (ours, obviously) and enjoy brunch, or lunch with 10% off your entrees with the purchase of our Watermelon Margarita! (The best Margarita!) Hydrate tonight, and we'll see you tomorrow!