Things to do for May 22, 2014

The Weekender

Painting with Beer, a Meatball Truck and Ever So Much Tequila

The weekend didn’t think it was long enough either.

Thursday
Long Time No See, Old Tequila Friend
RAISING THE MAR

Long Time No See, Old Tequila Friend

Just before the new year, Mar decided to go and do some soul-searching. And luckily for you, its soul sent it back as this: Marbar. You’ll notice some small differences. More TVs screening international soccer. New patio tables. Still an excessive amount of tequila. It came back refreshed, not stupid.

Look Out. Meatballs on the Move.
UNTIL WE MEAT AGAIN

Look Out. Meatballs on the Move.

If you see what looks like a truck disguised as a subway station roaming around, don’t be alarmed. That’s just Bar Meatball’s new mobile eatery. They’ll be slinging sliders and Italian ice cream sandwiches at upcoming events like the Candler Park Fest and the Atlanta Summer Beer Fest. Or, you know, at the restaurant.

17 Weird Cars You’ve Never Seen
A CAR IS BORN

17 Weird Cars You’ve Never Seen

There’s a new exhibit at the High with 17 concept cars manufactured from 1932 till now. You’ll see a BMW with a fabric exterior. An electric bubble vehicle. A wedge-shaped car that’s 33 inches tall. That last one isn’t even tall enough to ride Space Mountain.

Friday
Painting with Beer. In a Brewery.
PAINT NO JOKE

Painting with Beer. In a Brewery.

When you’re deciding where to grab a beer tomorrow evening, decide on BlueTarp. They’ve got a little painting session going on. Only instead of painting with paint, you’ll be painting with beer. So no worries if you spill some into your mouth.

Saturday
A Post-Jazz Jazz Session at the W
JAZZ YOU WERE

A Post-Jazz Jazz Session at the W

If you’re not able to check out the Atlanta Jazz Fest during daylight hours on Saturday, that’s okay. A singer/pianist/key-flautist who’s collaborated with Prince and Wynton Marsalis is playing a late set in W Midtown’s ballroom. And there’s a party afterward. Party with a key-flautist: check.

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