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Varisty in Atlanta - the largest drive thru restaurant in the world #ridecolorfully Downtown Atlanta location is on more than two acres and can accommodate 600 cars and over 800 people inside. On days when the Georgia Tech Yellowjackets are playing a home game, over 30,000 people visit The Varsity.
The Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta, Georgia is the second-tallest all-hotel skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar & View, is a popular rotating eatery located at the top of the Peachtree Plaza. The 35-year-old dining establishment is a destination for tourists because of its 360-degree view of Atlanta.
Entrance to the Harris nickelodeon, Smithfield Street in Pittsburgh, 1919. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (via) On This Day in Pittsburgh History: June 19, 1905 The “Nickelodeon,” the country’s first all-motion picture house, was opened by Harry Davis and John P. Harris at 433-35 Smithfield Street with the showing of two short films, “Poor but Honest” and “The Baffled Burglar.” It was a great success, with people flocking to the place and marveling at the moving