Imagine a wine tasting in Napa Valley. The crowds. The cabernets. Comparing notes with a ringer for Virginia Madsen. But you don’t have time for all that, so we’re getting you six mini-bottles of top-tier vino to try. And giving you $30 towards a bottle of your favorite. Virginia approves.
Things to do for April 28, 2011
A Secret Menu, A New Sports Bar and Party Brunching
The weekend would like to buy a vowel.
A Cloak-and-Dagger Menu at Two
Two Urban Licks. It’s always been there for you. But this weekend, you and your date should consider showing up... say, around 10pm. Because that’s when they’ll begin quietly handing out their “secret” menu (think confit rabbit, crawfish BBQ...) to those savvy enough to ask for it. Take you, for example.
Brunch, DJs and a Rooftop Pool
Choosing the right brunch spot takes instinct. Mostly the one for survival. And to help you out with that, Market is launching their party brunch series this Saturday (and the last one of every month). The DJ: spinning. The Bloodys and mimosas: bottomless. And your morning: officially aftered.
Spring in Atlanta can mean a lot of things. But mainly the fact that you can’t step outside without tripping over some kind of festival. And while this weekend is no different, we’re going to suggest the one with live music. Oh, and 150 craft beers. Yeah, that one.
Genki Expands Its Empire to VaHi
When you think Virginia Highland, you think sushi. Primarily because there isn’t any. But this Sunday, Genki opens its latest outpost for octopus nigiri and Tempura Fried Oreos in VaHi... with the added benefit of a 1,000-square-foot patio and $3 sushi rolls and drafts on Tuesdays. See you Tuesday.