Atlanta Reviews

Review for Graze Craze Sandy Springs by Anju
Rating: 5 Rating
Nice prestation, so many styles to choose from
Review for Twin Smokers BBQ by Princess
Rating: 5 Rating
Twin Smokers BBQ is an awesome Mexican restaurant in Atlanta. Excellent barbecues and side dishes with very good service.
Review for The League Tavern by Hannah
Rating: 5 Rating
A lot of things around this location to eat, drink and enjoy time with friends on a night out. There are 5 floors and definitely lives up to the expectation
Pros: Located in the heart of downtown, great view and atmosphere!
Cons: Minimal parking but plan ahead to get a good spot and looking up parking beforehand is extremely helpful.
Review for Bulla Gastrobar by Hannah
Rating: 5 Rating
The food is amazing, great environment to wine & dining and the employment provides great service. The vibe of this place is super mature and makes you want come back.
Pros: Great location, available parking and open late!
Cons: Gets busy but make sure to plan ahead so you can get a good table.
Review for Werdlow Johnson Inc. by Jackie
Rating: 5 Rating
Offering wonderful service to the public that exceeds market standards.
Pros: Personal interaction with industry professionals
Cons: Need more employees
Review for Boardroom Hairstylists by donna
Rating: 5 Rating
Decided to stop by this place because I was tired of emptying my wallet every time I went to my other hair salon of choice (Three 13). Don't get me ..
Pros: outstanding services and professional
Cons: zero cons

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Grant Park is the oldest municipal park and neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1882, it was originally called Fairgrounds Park and was used primarily for horse racing and carnivals. The land was given to the city by General James L. Orr and became known as Orr's Fair Ground Park. It was renamed Grant Park in 1887 after President Ulysses S. Grant by Mayor James G. Woodward, who also purchased 3 more acres around the park for $20,000 for free public use. Grant Park is Atlanta's largest public park. It has a lot of history and beautiful scenery, making it a great place to visit with friends or family. Here are some of the things you'll find in Grant Park including Zoo Atlanta, College Football Hall of Fame, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, and the Cyclorama Center for Civil and Human Rights.

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