Things to do for June 13, 2013

The Weekender

Murder Mystery Burlesque, Manhattan Slushies and 100 Tequilas

The weekend says what words cannot.

Thursday
A New Patio with 100 Tequilas
NEWS PEPPER

A New Patio with 100 Tequilas

We recall that you’re fond of places with ceviche bars, sunny patios and 100 different tequilas. So know that the second outpost of Red Pepper Taquería just opened in Buckhead. Plan on being there tomorrow for a three-margarita lunch. Martinis had their time.

Topless Girls Who Maybe Killed Someone
MYSTERY LOVES COMPANY

Topless Girls Who Maybe Killed Someone

If the game of Clue came to life and all the pieces were ladies in various stages of undress, that’d be something you’d want to see. Coincidentally, there’s a burlesque murder mystery show tonight at the Warren where that’s kind of happening. So more of a happy coincidence, really.

Saturday
A Block Party. A Pool. A Bunch of Beer.
WET LEVEL MIDNIGHT

A Block Party. A Pool. A Bunch of Beer.

In honor of the fast-approaching/who-are-we-kidding-it’s-already-here summer, an art gallery called Borderline is filling up an aboveground pool for you to jump into. And filling up a stage with bands like Christ, Lord. They’ll have beer and adult slushies, too. (We assume that means they’ll have alcohol in them.)

Sunday
Hope Your Dad Likes Manhattan Slushies
DAD HANDING

Hope Your Dad Likes Manhattan Slushies

You should probably pencil in some Dad time on Sunday. Preferably at this little barbecue that the Four Seasons is throwing. Especially if you like any of the following: Burgers. Jazz. Manhattan slushies. Bottomless beer. Sorry... he. We meant if he likes any of that stuff.

Brunch. It Happens Really Late Now.
BREAKING DAWN

Brunch. It Happens Really Late Now.

Late-night brunch. That’s a thing that exists now. On Sunday nights. At Joystick. And it involves you dancing around to a DJ and only stopping long enough to eat biscuits and gravy. Monday morning officially disowns you.

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