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Things to do for August 15, 2013
Erotic Gaming, Another New Brunch and Competitive Popsicle-Eating
The best is yet to weekend.
In Between Two Bars: A Pop-Up Market
Tonight, there’s a new block party situation on Edgewood. But the part of the block you’re concerned with is between Mother and Joystick. You’ll find a pop-up local “Night Market” there. Walk around. Procure something dapper. Realize you’re literally sandwiched between bars. Make good use of that realization.
It’s Called Competitive Orgasming
MODA is having a one-night-only erotic game night tomorrow. You should go. Grab a beer and play some games. Start with the one where you steer a race car by kissing someone with a tongue magnet. Continue with competitive orgasming (yes, it’s happening). Then end with... actually, that’ll probably do.
Article 14’s First Brunch. Proceed.
First, the bad news: Olmsted’s career as a normal restaurant is over (it’s a full-time event space now). Next, the good news: their brunch isn’t going anywhere. Well, except downstairs to Article 14. Blueberry-ricotta pancakes. Bloodys. Fried chicken. We assume they all taste the same downstairs.
A Weekly King of Pops Party Is Born
King of Pops. Those guys are always trying to make you happy. Their latest attempt: a new weekly party at their headquarters just off the Beltline. This weekend’s involves a pop-eating contest followed by a blindfolded taste test. Tip: bring... something to drink and they’ll provide a cup. See, always with the happy.
A Whole Hog and a Great Big Beer Tent
Farm Burger Decatur is turning three and a half. So to mark the occasion, they’re offering a $1 value menu all day (pork sliders, chicken wings, fries...). And after 4pm, they’ll have a whole hog and a beer tent. All this for a half-birthday. Bit strange, but you’ll allow it.