Things to do for March 20, 2014

The Weekender

Pole Dancing, 20-Plus Georgia Beers and a New Coffee Shop

Happy weekend madness.

Thursday
A Quiet New Café Hiding Out in Midtown
ESPRESS’ YOURSELF

A Quiet New Café Hiding Out in Midtown

Caffeine is great. So it stands to reason that Bishops—a new semi-hidden café that’s there when you need to enjoy cappuccinos and apple croissants without ever being found—is also great. Unless you want to be found. Then it’s just good.

Saturday
A Dance Competition with Poles
POLE IN ONE

A Dance Competition with Poles

There’s this national pole dancing championship happening in a downtown hotel on Saturday. It’s where lovely individuals demonstrate their gymnastic abilities and sparkling personalities. One note: it’s co-ed, so feel free to step out for a drink during certain rounds. Or anytime Journey starts playing.

Over 20 GA Breweries in One GA Brewery
BEER AND LOATHING

Over 20 GA Breweries in One GA Brewery

Blue Tarp. Eventide. Three Taverns. The beers from those establishments are all being made available to you at this brand-new suds fest at Red Brick. And since a Georgia-only beer fest is pretty self-explanatory, we’ll just keep naming them. Wild Heaven. Southbound. Red Hare. Terrapin...

Party at Steven Alan. Be There.
GLASSES HALF FULL

Party at Steven Alan. Be There.

Steven Alan and Adult Swim are teaming up for... wait, that’s weird, isn’t it? Anyway, they’re cohosting a party with DJs, gratis Monday Night beers and new spring frames from Steven Alan’s optical line. So hopefully you’re thirsty and have subpar eyesight.

Wednesday
The Best Post-Work Patio Party Is...
DAYS OF RATH’

The Best Post-Work Patio Party Is...

Contrary to it being cloudy and not warm, it’s officially spring today. And in a few more days, Kevin Rathbun Steak is christening their new Beltline patio with cocktails and all-you-can-eat sliders (filet, strip, short rib...). Oh, and the patio has a fireplace. In case spring couldn’t make it.

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