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Extra Helping: Atlanta restaurateurs support equality movement and more good food deeds


Founder Billy Kramer, who opened NFA Burger in Dunwoody in late 2019 , has garnered support for his program from several local restaurateurs, including Kevin Gillespie of Gunshow, Cold Beer and Revival and Todd Richards and Josh Lee of Lake & Oak Neighborhood BBQ.

Equality Lives Here works with businesses and individuals nationwide, offering them an Equality Lives Here decal to “place in their window to say, “all are welcome here,” according to a press release.

“This really is a very simple concept,” Kramer said in a statement. “Everyone, regardless of the color of their skin, their religious beliefs, or sexual orientation, should feel welcome no matter where they are, where they’re going, or what they want to do. Equality Lives Here is one step in a long road, heading in the right direction.”

Kramer said the eventual goal is to compile a “comprehensive directory of businesses – starting with Georgia and growing from there – who all share the same underlying viewpoint: that all people are created equal.”

Other founding Equality Lives Here members include Where’s the Scoop, Tin Drum Asian Kitchen, Vino Venue, Evergreen Butcher & Baker, the Mad Italian and Big Sky.

For more information, visit equalityliveshere.com . More good food […]

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