Things to do for June 12, 2015

The Weekender

Bloodys with Wings in Them and a World Cup Party

Zero to weekend in three seconds.

USA. USA. USA. Beer.

USA. USA. USA. Beer.

This weekend, you’ll be immersed in Women’s World Cup action and beer at Candler Park. Soccerfest starts tonight, so go and watch the USA vs. Sweden match with pints of Blue Point Brewing and Goose Island beers and barbecue from Smoke Ring. Nice one, women’s soccer.

Jun 12, 4-10pm, no cover, VIP $75; Jun 13, 11am-10pm, no cover, VIP $60; Soccerfest, 585 Candler Park Dr NE, 404-561-6365, VIP tickets here

VaHi Has a New Pie Place. There’s Pie.

VaHi Has a New Pie Place. There’s Pie.

Your petitions, sit-ins and dessert-related hunger strikes have all worked. And although that stuff probably didn’t happen, Pie Shop has still opened a new location in Virginia Highland. Ready yourself for delights of the butterscotch, ginger molasses and chicken pot pie varieties. Chicken: the most versatile of all the pies.

Now open, Pie Shop, 1037 N Highland Ave, 404-994-5754

Take Some Prices and Divide Them by Two

Take Some Prices and Divide Them by Two

Summer in Atlanta. Kind of hot. But Billy Reid lives in the South and he gets this, so he did you a solid by offering you up to 50% off things like cotton popovers, funky-patterned button-ups and Italian leather monk-straps. But really, those work anytime.

Ongoing, Billy Reid, 1170 Howell Mill Rd, 404-994-3144

Hello, New Breakfast. Hi, New Brunch.

Hello, New Breakfast. Hi, New Brunch.

Spice to Table: Has a new breakfast service with some traditional Indian things like appam (a thin pancake) and Kerala-spiced coffee (a spiced coffee).
D.B.A.: Is launching their inaugural brunch with things like Baked Cinnamon Bun French Toast and Bloody Marys garnished with Korean BBQ wings. Way to make an entrance, D.B.A.

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