By now, you’ve probably heard about Slim Pickins, a food service chain that started out in Detroit and moved to Atlanta in 2011.

It was the largest of a handful of fast-food chains that had sprung up in the Atlanta area in recent years, offering fast food in an upscale setting.

That made it an ideal fit for the new local market.

But it also meant that the Atlanta-based chain’s customers couldn’t afford to eat out.

And with Slim Pickers closing its Atlanta location and moving to Atlanta, the local business has also left the company behind.

The Atlanta Times-Constitution reports that the company’s owners, Slim Pickering, will no longer be around to run it in a new location.

The article says the company will be reopening the restaurant later this year.