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 The Bitter Southerner's Chuck Reece // Photo by Aaron Coury

The Bitter Southerner's Chuck Reece // Photo by Aaron Coury

He's Not Bitter (Much) | The Atlantic's City Lab

A few years back, Reece was reading a trade magazine, and saw that its best-bars-in-the-world list didn’t include a single example from below the Mason-Dixon line. His disappointment led to the birth of The Bitter Southerner in 2013.

Photo by Shawn Robert Cuni


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