Things to do for April 24, 2014

The Weekender

A New Octane, Outdoor Movies and Patio Oysters

The weekend is the highest form of flattery.

Thursday
Wait... Is That? Yep, It’s a New Octane.
HI, TECH

Wait... Is That? Yep, It’s a New Octane.

A new Octane just opened on the first floor of Tech Village. And since Octane is very wonderful, that’s some pretty good news. Find a banquette by the reddish-orange wall and grab some bread budding from the Little Tart Bakeshop. Maybe a donut. Maybe something caffeinated.

Buckhead Gains One New Breakfast Spot
EGG PARDON

Buckhead Gains One New Breakfast Spot

At 6:30 this morning, a new breakfast-and-lunch spot called Egg Harbor opened its doors in South Buckhead. And at 6:30 this morning, you were... probably asleep. Which means you missed out on things like lobster scramblers and banana bread french toast. Good thing tomorrow morning is also a thing.

There Aren’t Many of These Available
FOOTLOOSE

There Aren’t Many of These Available

Look down. If you see a pair of chambray shoes born out of a collaboration between Sid Mashburn and Tretorn on your feet, you can relax. If not, you can’t relax. Because there are only 200 pairs available, and don’t screw this up.

Saturday
Oysters and Cold Beer on a Patio
ROAST HASTE

Oysters and Cold Beer on a Patio

Lure is throwing an oyster roast on their patio this weekend. The kind of thing with oysters (weird), grilled sausages and Wild Heaven beers everywhere. It’s like they knew you prefer eating and drinking those things over not.

Wednesday
It’s Basically a Drive-In Without Cars
SCREEN SLATE

It’s Basically a Drive-In Without Cars

Westside Provisions District and the Atlanta Film Festival are starting a new outdoor series with live music and a sundown movie screening on the last Wednesday of every month. Sounds like something a date might enjoy. If not, we hear the Westside has a bar or two.

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