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Jimmy Day
Works at Piedmont Healthcare Corporation
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Senior Systems Analyst, Healthcare IT
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  • Piedmont Healthcare Corporation
    Senior Systems Analyst, 2010 - present
  • CompuCredit Corporation
    Interactive Application Manager, 2007 - 2010
  • CNN
    Webmaster, 2005 - 2007
  • Delta Air Lines
    Website Content Developer, 2005 - 2005
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Systems Analyst from Atlanta, GA
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Systems Analyst from Atlanta specializing in Enterprise Content Management. Passionate about technology, personal finance, travel, food & wine.
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Smyrna, GA
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Atlanta, GA - Virginia Beach, VA - Norfolk, VA - Newport News, VA
We've been meaning to check Hook Line and Schooner out for a few weeks now and finally made it for dinner this evening. In short, we absolutely loved it. I had the crab cake sandwich which was excellent, especially for only $9...and this is coming from someone who grew up by the Chesapeake Bay and knows a decent crab cake when he tastes it. My wife ordered the fish and chips and while I'm typically not a fried food person, it was fantastic. The fish was lightly battered and just had a great flavor - better than i was expecting. Service was fast and friendly and while we dined on the patio, the decor and ambiance on the inside is very tastefully done. There's no doubt we'll be back soon.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Stopped in on a Saturday afternoon and had a watch battery replaced, a watch band re-sized, and had the clasp on another band fixed so it wouldn't pop open as easily. I was in and out in less than 20 minutes and the price was very reasonable. I'll definitely be returning when we have a need.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Bistro Niko is phenomenal in every respect. The bartenders are incredibly pleasant to chat with (and make a great Manhattan), the service is impeccable (Miguel was wonderful), and the food is to die for. My wife and I enjoyed what was quite literally one of the best meals I've ever had this past weekend. We ordered a half dozen raw oysters, muscles (amazing!), she had the duck for an entree, and I had a 12 oz, expertly cooked rib-eye with compound butter, an apple tart, and a crème brûlée for dessert. We were still talking about how wonderful it was the following day. Needless to say, I can't wait for our next meal here! Well done, Bistro Niko!
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Living within walking distance of the Crafty Hog and being a bit of a backyard barbecue connoisseur, I was out of my mind THRILLED when I heard this place was replacing Howard's (a dive / poor excuse for a restaurant that catered to geriatrics). For what it's worth, I typically have a pork shoulder, rack of ribs, or brisket smoking every weekend, so I know a thing or two about barbecue and couldn't wait to try the Crafty Hog's offerings. Well, after giving it a month or so to work out the kinks, we tried it last night with a friend of ours and I'm happy to report that it was wonderful all the way around. We got there early on a Saturday evening and I was pleased to be informed that there was only about a ten minute wait since that gave us time to check the bar area out before dinner. They have a pretty decent selection of draft beer and liquors that should satisfy nearly everyone's palette, but were a bit lacking in the craft beer department. We enjoyed our beverages, listened to some great classic rock, chatted it up with the friendly bar tender, and then were informed that our table was ready. Upon being seated, we were greeted by an ultra friendly waitress who had plenty of recommendations for us. I'll typically judge a barbecue joint by its pulled pork and sauces, so that's what I ordered and my wife got the turkey. My pulled pork was smoked perfectly, moist, and their signature "Hog Wash" sauce was damn near perfect, covering the taste spectrum of sweet, spicy, and tangy. Also, I don't want to overlook the bun that the sandwich was served on - it was excellent - I hate when places cheap out and serve you a hamburger bun straight out of the bag or a greasy slab of texas toast. Their fries and fried pickles were on point as well. My wife's turkey was dry for my taste, but she actually raved about it and to be fair, I'm not a huge turkey fan anyway. She left happy and that's all that matters. As for the rest of the menu, it really covers the gamut of barbecue and I look forward to trying their brisket (despite it being chopped <gasp>) next time we go. All in all, this is a wonderful and much needed addition to the restaurant scene in Smyrna and will likely become our new go to spot when we want a good meal in a relaxing, unpretentious restaurant, without paying an arm and a leg....that we feel is safe to bring our son (unlike Varner's across the street <cough><gag> where you'll die of black lung). Definitely recommended.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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My wife and I just returned from a 5-night stay at Paradisus and had an amazing vacation. Other than a snafu at check-in (most likely caused by Expedia), we were thrilled by the service we received as well as the property itself. I will say that we upgraded to a Royal Service oceanfront room for an extra $150/night and it was worth every penny. The Royal Service side of the resort is much quieter, less busy / crowded, and generally has a more upscale feel - not to mention a butler that caters to your every whim. We used him to book a dinner on the beach for our anniversary and it was top notch. The drinks were fantastic and plentiful; someone's always there to take care of you. The food at the restaurants was surprisingly good, however the buffet wasn't really my cup of tea. The beach was gorgeous. No rocks and only minor seaweed. The ocean was a bit rough and the current was strong, but if you're mindful of that, it's no big deal. I'd be careful with small children though. All in all, we had a fantastic time and I wouldn't hesitate to return to Paradisus Cancun.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I ordered a set of tires on their website and was called the next morning to schedule an appointment to have them installed later that day. Despite me showing up 30 minutes early, they were able to get them on and get me out of there in less than 45 minutes. Between their excellent service and the fact that they had the best price on the tires I was looking for, I'd definitely recommend Discount Tire and will be back for my future tire needs.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
As long as you know what you're getting yourself into beforehand (a perfectly mediocre, chain, family-oriented steakhouse), you shouldn't have many regrets after dining here. We dined on a Saturday evening after waiting for our table for approximately 30 minutes - not exactly a shocker since there is a very limited selection of decent restaurants to choose from in Austell. My wife and I shared a 20oz Porterhouse ($28) with salads and vegetables. The steak featured picture-perfect grill marks and was correctly cooked to medium rare, however it literally only contained three bites of filet which was disappointing because that side was very good. The strip side was large, but not as tender as I was hoping for. It was clearly not a USDA Prime cut of beef, but it was still tasty. Service was decent. Our waiter wasn't overly friendly by any means, but he didn't mess anything up either, so no complaints there. The check came to right at $60 which also included a Newcastle and a disappointing glass of red Zinfandel. A bit more than I feel the meal was worth, but not totally outrageous. So all in all, don't come to Lone Star thinking you're getting a Kevin Rathbun Steak style meal and experience because you'll be sorely disappointed. If, on the other hand, you can deal with "decent" quality steaks, small children in the dining room, and a run of the mill, chain steakhouse vibe, you'll have a fine time.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago