Your Perks: 1) Sunglasses by designers like Givenchy and Gucci. Except, you know, not at designer prices. 2) Maybe the most ingenuously designed umbrella ever. It rains in the spring, so be ready. 3) Autographed memorabilia... from guys who are pretty good at sports... with names like Larry Bird and LeBron James...
Things to do for April 02, 2015
Pappy, Burritos and Breakfast at Superica
Watch out for the weekend bunny.
Venezuelan BBQ. Sangria. Finally.
Arepa Mia is joining meat-loving forces with Sweet Auburn Barbecue to bring you one night of South American–inspired things like dulce de lechosa with papaya, cinnamon and cloves. Also, some tizana, which is Venezuela’s answer to sangria. Great answer.
Thanks for the New Breakfast, Superica
It’s Saturday, 8am. The sun is shining, the roosters are crowing, and it’s been about 12 hours since you last ate. Happy day. You’re just in time to catch Superica’s new breakfast. It’s a weekend-only thing. Thankfully, it’s also a huevos-rancheros-and-pecan-waffles thing.
Just a Low Country Skate Park Boil
Maybe you’re strolling the Beltline and you get a little hungry for shrimp, sausage, corn, Bloodys and live music. Sounds normal. Luckily, 11 restaurants will be waiting at the Old Fourth Ward Skate Park to compete for your approval by way of a Low Country boil. It pays to stroll.
A Burrito Pop-Up from Hector Santiago
There’s a wonderful thing happening at Urban Cannibals this weekend. Hector Santiago is stopping by to make you burritos. Burritos with braised-chicken barbacoa, bandarita sauce and slaw. The moral is that Hector Santiago is a good person.
Five Pappy’s. Five Courses. Game Over.
Here’s the deal. Tickets just went on sale for a five-course dinner at New York Prime paired with five different selections from the Pappy family, including 20- and 23-year reserves. Now might be a good time to stop reading this.