This week, we’re stocking your closet with Seize sur Vingt shirts—woven in Italy—for half-off. We’re also giving you 42% off last-minute summer wines. Plus, you’re getting into all four days of bonfires, movies and Clint Eastwood at the Carmel Art & Film Festival. In case you’re feeling lucky...
Things to do for September 01, 2011
Football Block Partying, New Brunch and Dancing the Tango
The weekend might actually take a few prisoners.
Tech and Western Carolina: happening tonight. UGA and Boise State: happening Saturday. Somewhere in between: a massive Midtown block party with seven bars (Rí Rá, Opera...), eight DJs, three bands and a few gratis cocktails to help usher in the glory of football season. And three-day weekends.
The days of the alfresco happy hour are (almost) back. So along with the fall breeze, we figured you could also use a new weekly music series to hang your hat on. It’s called Americana in the Park, and it launches this weekend with bands like Matt Hudgins & His Shit-Hot Country Band. Just...
But should you find your Labor Day weekend skewing toward something a bit more... mountainous (and date-y), you’ll find it at the End of Summer Tuscan Feast in the North Georgia Mountains. Expect seven wine-paired courses like Warm Olive and Caramelized Onion Tart and Tuscan-style pork with garden pesto. Get a cabin.
In Case You Need Brunch This Weekend
You’ll need brunch this Sunday. And probably Monday. But regarding the former, you’ll be happy to hear that La Fourchette finally has your morning-after covered by way of Duck Confit and Biscuits, brioche french toast with Chantilly cream and $12 bottomless mimosas. Monday brunch, still strangely elusive.
Dinner, Drinks and Dancing the Tango
If you haven’t checked out Tantra yet, allow us to suggest the first Tuesday of every month. Because that’s when a troupe of professional tango dancers will be flitting around the dining room all night and would be more than happy if you and your date joined them. Or not.