TJ Holmes in an article from USA Today, an article about “upscale” bowling alleys that offer a little fancy pants nosh with a seven-to-ten split. Holmes is talking about Atlanta’s Ten Pin Alley where they make “gourmet junk food,” including surf-n-turf corn dogs, sticks of lobster, Kobe beef deep-fried and served with honey mustard dipping sauce and truffle mac and cheese balls, made from elbow macaroni, English cheddar and shaved white truffles.
No athletic clothes allowed!
Sayeth Sir TJ of CNN Weekend:
“There are plenty of nice restaurants around Atlanta, but this has its own unique blend. You can’t go wrong,” says T.J. Holmes, an Atlanta area news anchor who considers himself a regular. Holmes even takes first dates to Ten Pin, “and I usually get a second date out of it, too.”
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