Things to do for September 05, 2013

The Weekender

Dinner in a Cemetery, BBQ on the River and Beer in a Salon

May the odds be ever in your weekend.

Thursday
A Haircut and a Beer. That’s the Deal.
GOOD HAIR DAY

A Haircut and a Beer. That’s the Deal.

A salon in Buckhead just started a weekly gentlemen’s club. Not that kind. The haircut kind. And we’re telling you this because they’ll give you gratis Red Brick and SweetWater beers while cutting your hair for significantly less money than normal. That tactic’s called “twisting your arm.”

Friday
You Like This Version of Fashion Week
CLOTHES ENCOUNTERS

You Like This Version of Fashion Week

Over the next week, hang around the Westside Provisions District as much as possible. Because, let’s see, there’ll be fall runway shows, a belt-making workshop at Jack Spade and a trunk show at Steven Alan. And an art show at Billy Reid. And that all sounds pretty super.

Saturday
Make This Riverside Barbecue Count
CANOE DIG IT

Make This Riverside Barbecue Count

You know how Canoe sometimes has a barbecue right around the time when summer draws to a close... Well, it’s that time again. Which is always a little tough to hear. Right until you remember that there’ll be grilled meat and free-flowing beer and a folk-rock band. Solid attitude adjusters.

Dinner in a Cemetery. It’s Normal.
TOMB WAITER

Dinner in a Cemetery. It’s Normal.

This is important: you’re spending Saturday evening in a cemetery. Not in a weird, séance-y way or anything. In an “I’m here for the dinner party with live music and Leon’s cocktails and Cakes & Ale dessert bars” kind of way. Just so everyone’s clear.

Sunday
This Is Your Sunday Date Plan
FIG BANG THEORY

This Is Your Sunday Date Plan

A chef is starting a new weekly outdoor supper club/cooking class. You’ll tell him your date idea (like: make the perfect steak, grill a whole hog...), and he’ll walk you through it. Then everyone will eat at a red table under a fig tree. Because it’s called “Under the Fig Tree.

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