You love your mother. But do you love her enough to get her a bottle of vintage Dom Pérignon champagne or rosé that you’ve had custom engraved with a special, heartfelt message of your choosing for Mother’s Day? There’s only one answer.
Things to do for April 16, 2015
A Patio, a Rooftop and a Fountain
It’s raining cats and weekends.
Here, Have Some Rooftop Music
Wow, Community Smith. First it was the restaurant. Then the garden bar on the roof. What’s next, a new Thursday night live music series at said rooftop garden bar? Don’t answer that.
For the Love of Lunches and Patios
The Cockentrice: New lunch part one has more charcuterie, more sandwiches and more patios.
Actually just the one, but... new.
The Southern Gentleman: New lunch part two has country-fried butler steak and molasses-lacquered duck breast. They don’t lacquer enough duck these days.
Thanks for the Denim Sale, Tough Boot
The vintage-clothing wranglers over at the Tough Boot & Co. have been thinking of you. And how you could probably use some new jeans. They’re so thoughtful, in fact, that they’re taking up to 30% off denim things from the likes of RRL and Gant Rugger. You really need more legs.
Food, Music and Leather
You’ve got an eventful Saturday coming up. First, this pop-up market. Last, this pop-up market. That’s because with all the goods from Oakleaf & Acorn and KMM & Co., plus live music and food from Doggy Dogg and Xocolatl chocolate, it may or may not become your entire day. It will.
Cocktails, Biscuits and a Fountain
Regardless of what you do on Saturday, there’ll still be a party honoring Atlanta’s first fountain. A fountain party. Do what you will with that information, but know that either way, fountain partiers will be enjoying martinis as well as biscuits from Ria’s Bluebird. Biscuits really make a party pop.