Your Perks: 1) A high-tech thermos that’ll keep your rosé, craft brew or margarita chilled for up to 25 hours. 2) Related: an astonishingly effective hangover cure—for 25% off. 3) Expertly designed sunglasses that are carved from a single block of wood. How beach-appropriate.
Things to do for July 24, 2014
Bloody Mary Flights and Gone with the Wind. The Weekend’s Classy.
Sign on the dotted weekend.
It’s a New Hangover-Cure Place
The hottest month of the summer is coming. Ergo: here’s a new hangover-and-dehydration-cure place (you know the type) called Vida-Flo that just opened in Brookhaven. Stop by tonight for a little open-bar party at their new digs. They wouldn’t dream of intentionally giving you a hangover.
A Very Colorful Sale at Sid Mashburn
—Red silk tie with abstract giraffes on it.
—Navy suede driving moccasins.
—Purple-striped Italian broadcloth shirt.
—White canvas shorts.
This concludes our list of “A Few Things Sid Mashburn Wants You to Have from His Up to 25% Off Sale.”
Concerts on the Hooch. Because Summer.
Hey, we heard you like music. Well, there’s a 15-week concert series on the Chattahoochee River starting Saturday. Grab a beer and something from the Fry Guy while you listen to five unique bands playing anything from reggae to ska to Afro-beat. So Georgia.
Not Much. Just a Bloody Mary Flight.
Tap just started serving Bloody Mary flights during brunch. Read that again. Yup.
—A cucumber-infused vodka classic.
—A Russian Mary with red beets, pepperoncini and rosemary-infused gin.
—A Maria Verde with green tomato, avocado and chili-infused tequila.
—Your eternal gratitude.
<em>Gone with the Wind</em> Brunch. You’ll Bite.
You’re going on a two-part Gone with the Wind–themed date this Sunday.
Part 1: Brunching at the Livingston, where a Gone with the Wind theme will be in effect for food and dress.
Part 2: Walking across the street to the Fox, where they’re screening it.
Part 3: Not giving a damn.