It's going to be a while, there is a lot of work to do and it hasn't begun yet. My guess is a year.
I stumbled in there today and saw a bar full of chicken eaters. It was moist, crunchy and had a nice mellow spice. The sides were mac and cheese and sliced roasted crisp potatoes. Apparently they have reengineered the burger by taking out the bacon. Nice change-up / evolution on the menu!
@StopAmp - Oops, sorry didn't realize, go slower I am only high school!
Peace and Love!
Restaurants are different in that they provide much more variety. Would you go to the same restaurant everyday? It's not unusual for me to go into Roast 10 times in a week because of the convenience. I'm not against the free market or competition, I am a small biz fighting the good fight everyday, but I have sympathy for the little guys trying to make a living only to have someone coming in to eat there lunch. Sometimes too much is too much.
btw I posted on another thread that they removed my post not realizing there were 2 BP stories. Oops, sorry... peace and love!
I guess if you don't like the reasonable comment, you just delete it!?
Do we really need another coffee shop in the gulch? You have Bond Coffee there now as well as frothy monkeys popping up every which way! how are these businesses supposed to get going when every time they open a competitor opens up next door. Let the BP stay in the land of rolled up jeans, boots and castro hats!
I think a lot have hit on this, even at our favorite restaurants, the service can be inconsistent. This will change as has the entire dining landscape of Nashville has over the last few years. I remember moving here 15 years ago and looking for fresh mozzarella, I walked in to I thought a cheese shop in downtown Franklin and asked do you have fresh mozz? Sorry Sir, this is a soap store! I would say the most consistent, professional and genuine service in town is at the Palm.
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