Analysis: Restaurants

The choices of restaurants in downtown are pretty vague compared to midtown. I’m not referring to chain restaurants, but strictly streets with multiple restaurants on almost each block. Downtown Atlanta has two streets with multiple restaurants in each block: Broad Street and Peachtree Street. Example of restaurants in those areas (not including chain restaurants) are Alma Cocina on 191 Peachtree St NE and Naanstop on 64 Broad St NW. In contrast, midtown have multiple restaurants located in Atlantic Station, Lenox Mall, Tech Square, Ponce de Leon, and 10th Street. But mere numbers of restaurants would not conclude why gay couples appear more prevalent in midtown than downtown. The cosmetics of the infrastructures also plays a part. The way the buildings look in Tech Square or Atlantic Station have a more modern neat appearance than the buildings in downtown. For example, the beige colored bricks that the restaurants are made up of on Broad Street are tainted with multiple black streaks while Tech Square’s brown colored bricks on their restaurants almost remains true to it’s color. The difference between the look of the buildings displays a difference in class of the people who are residing in that...

Restaurants in Tech Square

A narrow view of the Restaurants in Tech Square On the left side of the sidewalk where my back is facing Spring Street and walking along 5th Street, there are a few restaurants to choose from in Tech Square. Examples of places to eat there are Starbucks, Waffle House, The Barrelhouse, and Ray’s New York Pizza. I find it very convenient to place all the restaurants on sidewalk because it is more time efficient than crossing the street to choose what place you want to eat. The downside to the restaurants, in my opinion, is that there should be a larger variety of places to eat....
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