Bullet holes in J. Alexander's restaurant declared official tourist attraction.
Part-time J.Alexander's Hostess, Tiffany Krabill, is tired of customers asking to be seated in the infamous booth number 16. The Norwood City Council has solved Tiffany's problem by declaring the bullet holes in J. Alexander’s the first official tourist attraction in Norwood. The popular restaurant agreed to display the booth where a non-fatal shooting occurred last winter. Restaurant officials say the four-person leather booth will be accompanied by explanatory signage and heavy lighting to properly display the now famous puncture holes.
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