ATLANTA -- Everybody's Pizza closed Tuesday night after 41 years of business in the Emory Village.
The food was good but there was always more off North Decatur Road inside the restaurant than pizza and beer.
It seems everybody has a story of family and friends at Everybody's. It's an Atlanta legend now gone.
"It's been something the last few weeks, I've seen people I haven't seen in 30 or 40 years, it's real emotional," said Andy Kurlansky, co-owner and founder of Everybody's.
Kurlansky remembers Tom Brokaw on the Today show telling America that, "the greatest pizza is a little joint down in Atlanta called Everybody's."
And what a joint for 41 years.
President Carter could be seen dining at any time and Senator Sam Nunn was a regular. Generations have claimed this place as their own.
Margie Hardy and her husband had their first date here in 1975.