Happy birthday ham and bourbon! Southern Art and Bourbon Bar is celebrating three years! From Mon, Oct.13 through Wed, Oct.15, dinner guests at Southern Art and Bourbon Bar will have the opportunity to win exclusive prizes such as two tickets to “Dinner with Toki,” a new mixologist dinner series featuring head mixologist Toki Sears (FUN!) or a bottle of one of Bourbon Bar’s private label bourbons along with a private ham and bourbon tasting for four. Tickets for “Dinner with Toki” are $65 per guest and can be purchased here. Reservations for the anniversary week can be made by calling 404.946.9070.
Free bubbles and cake! Break out the onesie: Ink & Elm is turning 1! To celebrate, guests dining in the main room on Friday, October 17 for dinner will receive a complimentary glass of Prosecco and cake. FOR REALZ! And just so you know, OpenTable diners even voted Ink & Elm as one of the “Top 100 Best Neighborhood Gem Restaurants in America” in 2014 (one of only two Atlanta restaurants on the list). That’s a heck of a year…
Thanksgiving at the Ritz, Dahling! We love…LOVE LOVE LOVE the Ritz, and if either of us were going to be in ATL for Thanksgiving you could find us there sipping on bloody marys. Because turkey. They are serving Thanksgiving Brunch in the Atlanta Ballroom (glam) and #nomnom highlights include artisan breads and regional cheese selections, a butcher block selection featuring Pomegranate-Glazed Roasted Turkey with brioche, Roasted Garlic Sea Salt-Crusted Bone-in Prime Rib, and a dessert station featuring a chocolate fountain, Gingersnap Cranberry Orange Cheesecake, Chocolate Bon Bons, Pistachio Madeline and more.
Eat good, feel good, do good! Buttermilk Kitchen, our BELOVED brunch spot, is hosting a Fancy Fried Chicken Dinner on Wednesday, Nov. 12th, at 6pm, with all profits going to local nonprofit organization Bert’s Big Adventure. If you haven’t heard of BBA they provide all-expenses paid trips to Disney World for Atlanta-area children with chronic or terminal illnesses, and their families. The dinner is priced at $48.50 per person and reservations can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark you calendars, folks! The inaugural Highland Restaurant Week kicks off on Sat., Oct 18 and goes through Sat., Oct 25. We LOVE the Highlands and are so excited to see the menus. UPDATE: So far, participating restaurants of the first-ever Highland Restaurant Week include: Babette’s Café, Café 640, D.B.A. Barbecue, Diesel Filling Station, Doc Chey’s Noodle House, The Original El Taco, Floataway Café, Genki Noodles & Sushi, Goin’ Coastal, Highland Tap, Fontaine’s Oyster House, La Tavola Trattoria, Murphy’s, Osteria 832, Rosebud, Sweet Auburn Barbecue, Varuni Napoli, Wisteria and Woodfire Grill.
I workout. The ladies at Pink Barre invite you and your gal pals to join them in The Park (next to The General Muir) for an outdoor class on Saturday, October 11, at noon. This FREE 55-minute class incorporates Pilates, yoga, and ballet concepts with emphasis on core, thighs, and seat work using small movements and isometric holds. Please reserve your spot online – spaces will fill up quickly! Reservations can be made at http://www.pink-barre.com/emorypoint.