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9 mile station atlanta

9 mile station atlanta

9 mile station atlanta

I use the word "apocalyptic" because the scene unfolding before us is apocalyptic. I can't help but stare in amazement. The station is completely transitioning into what look to be the tracks of a subway system. There are tunnels being dug, wires and cabling being mixed with the asphalt, and the walls are caved in. A train with a dirty green color has smashed into the most narrow part of the station. The passengers who were there when the crash happen are overjoyed.

Ponce

This place was excellent. Me and my wife had the brunch menu. My wife got pancakes/eggs and i got pancakes/sausage. Everything was very good. The waitress was good and very knowledgeable about ponce city market. The place is a little pricy but the view is...worth it. We sat outside so we could enjoy the beautiful scenery! Next time i visit atlanta, i will eat at 9 mile again!More

Atop Ponce City Market - next to the mini-golf course and carnival games of Skyline Park - you’ll find 9 Mile Station. This rooftop beer and wine garden has a great view of downtown and is a great spot to bring out of towners, or to just stop at for afterwork drinks. Food-wise, they serve everything from cheese and charcuterie boards, to Alaskan cod with salt and vinegar chips, so regardless of what you’re drinking, there’ll be something that you can claim pairs well with a beer, cocktail, or glass of wine. (Source: www.theinfatuation.com)

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This place was excellent. Me and my wife had the brunch menu. My wife got pancakes/eggs and i got pancakes/sausage. Everything was very good. The waitress was good and very knowledgeable about ponce city market. The place is a little pricy but the view is...worth it. We sat outside so we could enjoy the beautiful scenery! Next time i visit atlanta, i will eat at 9 mile again!More

Atop Ponce City Market - next to the mini-golf course and carnival games of Skyline Park - you’ll find 9 Mile Station. This rooftop beer and wine garden has a great view of downtown and is a great spot to bring out of towners, or to just stop at for afterwork drinks. Food-wise, they serve everything from cheese and charcuterie boards, to Alaskan cod with salt and vinegar chips, so regardless of what you’re drinking, there’ll be something that you can claim pairs well with a beer, cocktail, or glass of wine. (Source: www.theinfatuation.com)

 

 

 

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