Your Perks: 1) A pair of cufflinks... that also happen to be functioning lighters. Offering a light will never be the same. 2) Handsome Moscow Mule mugs made from 100% copper—so they’ll last forever. 3) 59% off gallery-worthy canvases from Banksy. Maybe you’ve heard of him.
Things to do for March 27, 2014
Absinthe Frappes and Ice-Cream-Stuffed Ice. Let the Weekend Commence.
The weekend does what it wants.
A Bacchanalia Vet Does... Roswell
Next time you’re in Roswell and in need of some steak frites and Manhattans and general merriment, there’s this: a new restaurant from a Bacchanalia and Daniel vet called Foundation. It’s kind of old-school—lots of wood. No TVs. That kind of vibe. Very sneaky, Roswell. Very sneaky.
An Art Show with Dancing Potential
A local artist named Greg Mike (yeah, you probably know the guy) wants you to see some of his new work. He also wants you to drink gratis beer, listen to DJ Apple Juice and perhaps dance to the music he plays. DJ Capri Sun Tropical Blast sends his regards.
Ice-Cream-Stuffed Snoballs. Believe It.
When you’re at Taste of the Trucks this weekend, find the 1958 Shasta camper. That’s SnoBayou. It’s a brand-new... camper making shaved ice in flavors like mojito and peach. And if you want, they’ll stuff it with High Road ice cream. Reread that if you need to.
The Biggest BaconFest Yet
Last year, BaconFest’s old stomping grounds were demolished. Which put it in need of a new venue for the first time ever. Enter: the Masquerade. It’s... bigger. Meaning there’ll be more bacon. More beer. More burlesque. More room for the adult bounce house. Watch for flying adults.
Hurricanes and Crawfish at the Optimist
Today in great-third-date news: the Optimist is about to have a crawfish boil on their patio. They’re also about to have a couple bands and spiked punches like absinthe frappe on their patio. So if you go to a patio that doesn’t have those things, that’s the wrong one.