Atlanta's Varsity, by the numbers 0 Previous Gallery Next Gallery 1 / 9 Johnny Crawford The Varsity, one of the busiest restaurants in Atlanta, serves thousands of customers every Saturday when Georgia Tech plays at home (not to mention the other six days of the week). Here's a look at the Atlanta landmark by the numbers: 2 / 9 Johnny Crawford 1,540: The number of pounds of onions sold on Saturday. Jerell Colbert helps stack boxes of onions inside a cooler. 3 / 9 Johnny Crawford 2,800: The number of pounds of potatoes used to make 3,417 orders of fries for a recent Saturday. Dexter Joiner-El stacks a box of potatoes inside a storage area. 4 / 9 Johnny Crawford 18,000 - 30,000: The number of customers when Georgia Tech plays at home. Here, Georgia Tech fan Bob Sexton picks up one of his chili cheese dogs outside The Varsity on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. 5 / 9 Johnny Crawford 10,093: The number of hot dogs sold on Oct. 20. Terry Brookshire inspects a shipment of 19,000 hot dogs at The Varsity on Friday, October 18, 2012. 6 / 9 Johnny Crawford 1,235: The number of pies Charlie Buffington and Diane Rosser package to sell. 7 / 9 Johnny Crawford 2,983: The number of hamburgers sold during gameday Oct. 20, 2012. James Sessions pushes boxes of cabbages and chicken breast filets into an elevator. 8 / 9 Johnny Crawford 20: The average number of carhops working on a Saturday gameday. Joseph Lundy carries food to customers waiting outside. 9 / 9 Johnny Crawford 400: The number of parking spots at the Varsity. Louis Frank Jones stands hands out one hour parking tickets to customers who wants to dine inside on Saturday. View Comments 0 Sign up for e-newsletters Want more news? Sign up for free e-newsletters to get more of AJC delivered to your inbox.