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Things to do for July 05, 2012
Dan Uggla, Donut Popsicles and Watching The Artist with a Beer
One man’s trash is another man’s weekend.
A Best Picture and a Cold Beer
Tonight, you feel like taking it easy. Maybe a movie. With no words. But plenty of beer. So head to Chastain Park, where they’re kicking off a monthlong series of movie screenings with The Artist. They’ll supply the suds and food-truck grub, you supply the blanket.
Lunch on a Farm
White Oak Pastures (you know their carnivorous work from Holeman & Finch) just opened a restaurant on their farm. The seating: open-air and communal. The lunch menu: meat and meat-related miscellanea (think hamburger casserole with fried corn and okra). All made fresh. All made daily. All better than a salad.
A Coffee-and-Donut Popsicle
The guys over at King of Pops are experimenting again. This time they’ve taken iced coffee and Krispy Kreme donuts, and froze them into a popsicle (yes, we don’t know what took them so long either). They’ll have their first-ever batch available at the main location tomorrow. Get a double venti’s worth.
Watching Wimbledon on the Big Screen
It’s Wimbledon. So obviously, it’s time to go to the movies for a Bloody Mary. If we lost you, here’s the deal: CinéBistro is showing the matches on their big screens, complete with bars set up in the auditorium. Also, brunch service. Yes, you can have popcorn for brunch.
Dinner Service by Dan Uggla
Dan Uggla. Damn fine second baseman. Surprisingly capable waiter. Don’t believe us: make a reservation at STK for next Monday. They’re hosting a special four-course dinner. And there’ll be a bunch of Braves waiting tables for charity. Try to keep the heckling to a minimum.