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La Tagliatella Emory Point restaurant review

Pappadelle al pepe nero with tartufo al Parmigiano- cream sauce with black truffles, shaved Parmigano-Reggano and fried egg. (BECKY STEIN)

Pappadelle al pepe nero with tartufo al Parmigiano- cream sauce with black truffles, shaved Parmigano-Reggano and fried egg. (BECKY STEIN)

In an era where so many American brands are popping up in every corner of the globe, it can be easy for some of us to forget that globalization is a two-way street. La Tagliatella, a northern Italian franchise with over 130 locations in Europe, chose Atlanta as their entry point into the US market, opening two locations here in the last few months.

Head over to MyAJC.com to see how the Emory Point location stacks up.

24 comments Add your comment

SNAZZYDRESSA

May 23rd, 2013
4:43 pm

I CANT READ IT. IT SAYS I NEED AN ACCOUNT. TOO BAD!

Erich

May 23rd, 2013
5:04 pm

I hate this MY AJC crap. I refuse to pay for online news.

Dr. C

May 23rd, 2013
6:26 pm

Yes, I fear that the AJC will quickly find that we will simply cease to visit the AJC site with everything of any interest going to subscription. I come here less now since it is clear that there is less to read than before. And.. the advertisers will figure that out soon enough too that we are all going away..

JDJ

May 23rd, 2013
8:28 pm

Yep, follow the money.

Katherine

May 23rd, 2013
10:00 pm

I will never pay for myajc.com. Make money some other way.

Paige

May 23rd, 2013
10:36 pm

Myajc sucks.

Joshua Fischer

May 24th, 2013
2:07 am

Just wait till they make you pay to leave comments about how lame myAJC is…

LTM

May 24th, 2013
7:27 am

Guess I’ll follow the crowd to YELP to read reviews. John Kessler might want a new job.

Ned Ludd

May 24th, 2013
8:20 am

Great example of decisions made by upper management who only see profit with no input from employees or users (customers). Don’t blame JK or staff, can’t imagine their input was considered. . Would love to hear their side of the story. I predict it will last about as long as New Coke.

Blass

May 24th, 2013
8:33 am

I’ve always enjoyed reading the restaurant reviews for free and trying some of these places on visits to Atlanta. In no way will I pay to continue reading these reviews. You just lost another supporter of the AJC.

Riddick Beebe

May 24th, 2013
9:10 am

Yep. Im out. Shame that Watson used to run his own blog, and now AJC is limiting readers access to his humour and presence.

David D

May 24th, 2013
9:12 am

To pay to read another 3rd grade review… read this.

Marc

May 24th, 2013
10:24 am

I agree. If I have to pay I’ll find the information somewhere else. I also find all the blaring ads that are all over the AJC pages now very offensive.

Lorenzo

May 24th, 2013
1:14 pm

Account? No can do. I come HERE to read. Oh well.

Major Fail

May 24th, 2013
1:54 pm

Bye, Bye, Food and More, it was nice knowing ya. Another major FAIL by the AJC.

Cartman

May 24th, 2013
4:21 pm

Screw you guys im goooing hooome. By AJC

greg

May 25th, 2013
10:22 am

Listen to you readers AJC. Major Fail is dead on….I am out. Not coming back AJC. And AJC have the guts to respond to your loyal readers.

N-GA

May 25th, 2013
3:46 pm

The silence is deafening…..then, of course, what can Jon really say about these comments.

Lilly

May 26th, 2013
8:06 am

It is now official; AJC is now hated more than the NY Times.

Cheap

May 26th, 2013
11:30 am

I take it all you complainers work for free????

Zindee

May 26th, 2013
11:45 am

It’s disappointing to see myajc requesting subscriptions to read reviews. It made me disinterested in the restaurant. This will hurt the Atlanta restaurant scene that relies on this important online resource. Reconsider this direction Ajc before we go elsewhere for online local events, advertisers will spend their money where the readers visit.

TimB

May 27th, 2013
9:18 pm

The AJC subscriptions for their paper edition have dropped dramatically, so I guess they have to find some way to make some money. However, it will be a cold day in hell before I pay to read a newspaper online.

Marsh

May 28th, 2013
1:42 pm

And once again – the spokesman for the AJC said that they would continue to provide online content, like blogs, for the online readers and link the actual news to the myajc.com site as it’s more related to print version. Of course, this was utter b*llsh*t, to the surprise of no one. Post it in the food section and let this die instead of continuing to link to it and just p*ssing people off, eh?

AzCat

May 29th, 2013
8:22 am

Apples to oranges, Cheap. Go back to whatever it is you do for Cox Communications…