Things to do for September 03, 2015

The Weekender

Limoncello Flights, Ping-Pong and a Nice Long Weekend

The weekend caught you a delicious bass.

Thursday
This Lusca Chef Seems Lost
DRAM SESSION

This Lusca Chef Seems Lost

Look, Ration and Dram doesn’t serve ramen. Not even two different bowls that rotate and pair with specific ramen-appreciative cocktails. And none of that stuff is ever served by a chef from Lusca at a weekly pop-up called Ramen Crush ATL. Unless it’s a Thursday.

Friday
Want Lunch? Illegal Food Has That Now.
LICENSE TO ILL

Want Lunch? Illegal Food Has That Now.

Illegal Food is open for lunch on Fridays and Saturdays now. They’ve also added a couple new beef burgers, a lamb burger and a fried-chicken sandwich to the menu. Which sound like they’d be great for lunch on a Friday or a Saturday, but your call.

Fri-Sat, 11am-3pm, Illegal Food, 1044 Greenwood Ave NE, 404-254-2141

Limoncello Flights and Ping-Pong
SUCH GREAT FLIGHTS

Limoncello Flights and Ping-Pong

No. 246 just launched a flight of limoncellos, wherein you’ll receive four different options that rotate based on local crops being brought in. Take your flight, go outside and let the pre-fall patio ping-pong wash over you. Yes, you may invent ’cello-pong.

Available now, $12, No. 246, 129 E Ponce de Leon Ave, 678-399-8246

Saturday
First, Cheese and Bourbon. Then, Jazz.
TRICE CAPADES

First, Cheese and Bourbon. Then, Jazz.

Step 1: Go online and secure a ticket. Step 2: Take that ticket and head to the Cockentrice on Saturday for an afternoon of cheese-and-bourbon pairings followed by some live jazz. Step 3: Doesn’t seem as important as Step 2.

Sunday
You. On a Patio. Cue the Fried Chicken.
PORCH CHOPS

You. On a Patio. Cue the Fried Chicken.

Let’s pretend it’s Sunday afternoon and all you want to do is eat fried chicken on Revival’s patio. That’s great, because they just opened it and launched lunchtime hours on Sundays. Better late than never, patio.

Sundays, 11am, Revival, 129 Church St, Decatur, 470-225-6770

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