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Things to do for January 05, 2012
Fat Tuesdays, Top Hats and 60 Beers to Go
The weekend fought the law and the weekend won.
Planning for Your Future: Beer Edition
February. Seems a bit... next month-ish. But we just thought you’d appreciate a little heads-up that VIP tickets for the Winter Beer Carnival just became available. And they tend to go fast. Something about 100 beers, DJs, randomly amazing carnival games and 100 beers. They’re also going to have about 100 beers.
And Now, an Interpretive Dance Date
GloATL. You can’t get enough of those girls. Jerking all around. Making faces at you. Generally just being dance-y and strange. And since you’ve already got reservations at Quinones tomorrow night, you may as well catch their latest performance right down the road before dinner. Nothing says romance like interpretive dance.
Partying Like It’s 1935
So there’s this movie called Top Hat. Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire are in it. The interesting part: the Strand Theatre is throwing a little 1930s-style bash in its honor (it was the first movie ever screened there). You know... cocktails. Top hats. That old Hollywood vibe. Might want to go full-cane for this one.
The Southeast’s Largest Growler Wall
Seeing as Hop City was the first spot to introduce beer growlers to Atlanta, it only makes sense that they would expand their existing tap wall from 16 to 60 beers. So they’re going ahead and doing that. They’ll have about 40 new beers by Sunday with the rest right behind. Be strong.
Getting All Fat Tuesday at Family Dog
There’s not much that can make Tuesdays okay. And honestly, this is no exception. But shelling out a paltry $10 for a po’boy and a cup of gumbo (or whatever NOLA-themed noshery the chef feels like doling out that day) at the Family Dog should at least soften the blow. Kind of.