Your walls deserve nice things. So here’s over 60% off vintage-y, framed posters of iconic cities (London, Paris... Portland) and majestic national parks, designed by an Emmy-winning artist. You’re also getting 25% off the world’s smallest earphones—used by the likes of the Secret Service and FBI. No, seriously.
Things to do for January 10, 2013
Two New Restaurants and One New Brunch. Come Get Some Weekend.
In a hole in the ground there lived a weekend.
A Food Truck Finds Its Forever Home
Last summer, a Southern food truck put some delicious steak sandwiches in your face. It was aggressive. You liked it. Which is good, because now Freckled & Blue has a brick-and-mortar lunch spot in Smyrna with new items like chicken salad tacos. And old items like delicious steak sandwiches.
Guffey’s Is on Sale. You’re Welcome.
Lambswool sweaters. Hand-sewn silk ties. Miraculous checkered sport coats—Guffey’s is having a ginormous sale on these things. So swing by tonight. Get swaddled in tape measures. Try on a bunch of pants and find a tie for that thing tomorrow. No, not that thing. The other thing.
You, a Bike and 75 Miles of Open Road
You’ve been meaning to bike more. You’ve also been meaning to join more super-intense cycling clubs where weekly training sessions and 75-mile joyrides are considered standard. So here’s a new one of those for you. The rules of spandex engagement are clear.
La Tagliatella 2.0 Opens in Emory Point
Maybe you haven’t been to La Tagliatella yet. You know, that shiny new Italian superdome in Midtown. And if not, we understand. It’s been open for, like, a second. But as of this week, you’ve got options. There’s another, practically identical one in Emory Point now. It’s been open for, like, half a second.
Bone Lick Has Brunch Now. Go to Her.
Bone Lick already owns the rights to your barbecue consumption. And now, they’re taking your Sunday brunches, too. Go for the pulled BBQ chicken frittatas. Oh, and if Saturday night was a late Saturday night, ask for the off-menu Mike’s Hangover Cure (tecate and hot sauce with a chili rim). Then thank Mike.