How to eat breakfast at a New Year’s Eve bash at a popular Atlanta brunch club
The Atlanta Beltline is a popular destination for brunch and New Year, but some locals are complaining about how crowded it has become.
One of those is A.C. Bar and Grill, a popular downtown brunch spot.
It’s packed at lunch and dinner, and they are not taking reservations for the first two nights of the bash, which takes place on New Year Eve.
“They’re not doing it in the right way,” A.D. Bar owner Ryan Stiles told CNN affiliate WSB-TV.
“It’s not a good idea.”
Bar owner Ryan A. Stiles said he has to cancel the event on New Years Eve because of too many people.
The problem is, he says, that the brunchers don’t care.
“I get it,” Stiles, who is African-American, told WSB.
“But I don’t like it.
I don�t want to see the other people in this crowd, I don’�t like seeing them in a hotel room.”
Stiles said the brunch crowd will not be tolerated on New St. Eve, but he is willing to do something about it on the first night.
The Atlanta BeltLine is a major corridor connecting the Beltline to Atlanta, the suburbs and south Atlanta.
Some locals are unhappy that they cannot use the new lanes for cars, because they would be on the BeltLine and would block traffic.WSB-AM host Melissa Garcia said the Beltlines popularity is one of the reasons she decided to host the brunch on New New Year.
“It’s been a great experience for me, so I want to do it again,” Garcia said.
“The other brunch places are all booked up.
There are so many other people going.”
Garcia said the bar will host another brunch, but she will not do it in January.
The Beltline has had a reputation for being a crowded area, but Garcia said she is not worried about that.
“People say it’s so crowded it’s like being in an airplane,” Garcia told WSAZ.
“People are saying, ‘Oh my gosh, you are so far away.’
People are saying you�re so far from home that you can�t hear what is going on.”
It was not immediately clear why the restaurant was not booked.