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eaterarepamia79.jpegMichaela Graham may be catching a lot of flack from vendors and customers alike for the way she ran things at the Atlanta Nosh, but WABE has a more positive spin on the situation. Even though the Nosh failed, it jump started the careers of many of the people involved in it, like Lis Hernandez, whose restaurant Arepa Mia now has a brick and mortar location in the Sweet Auburn Market after an intensely popular run at the Atlanta Underground Market and the Nosh. About the venture, Graham says, "I think Atlanta is better off. I think I gave something to some people— it may not be what everybody wants, but those people who enjoyed it, I think, are better off for having known it." Read the full story over on the site. [EaterWire]

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