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Things to do for May 16, 2013
A New Crepe Shop, a New Field Party and Bocce Picnicking
Winners never quit, and quitters never weekend.
A New Crepe Café Does Inman Park
You enjoy brunch. Brunch enjoys you. So you’ll both be pleased to hear about Julianna’s in Inman Park. It’s a new Hungarian-style crepe café. Marshmallow and chocolate graham cracker crepes. Melted Nutella and banana crepes. All present and accounted for. This should go well.
Wine. You know wine. It’s that thing you drink with dinner. Which works out, because Parish is doing this new thing where if you order a glass of wine, they give you the whole bottle for the same price. All you have to do is order an entrée. Which works out again.
A Horse Show That Feels Like a Festival
There’s Steeplechase. There’s the Derby. And now: there’s a three-day equestrian triathlon at Bouckaert Farm. It’s debuting this weekend. It’s kind of festival-y, too. Beer garden. Bluegrass bands. Bonfires. Horses jumping around everywhere. Make sure to thank them for all of this.
ABV Gallery is about to have an opening party for a new exhibit on Saturday. Also, it’s their three-year anniversary. Swing by after dinner at Serpas next door. Listen to the DJ, grab a gratis Red Hare and check out all that plexiglass art. It’ll be the art made out of plexiglass.
A Sunday Picnic with Bocce and Croquet
There’s a picnic happening in a semisecret garden behind Floataway Cafe on Sunday. You’ll want to be there. If not for the fried chicken from Anne Quatrano, then for the badminton, croquet and bocce. But probably for the fried chicken.