PUB CRAWL ON THE BELTLINE SUMMER EDITION 2019

 Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/18/19

Saturday, August 10th

Tickets here.

From Inman Park to Piedmont Park, the East Side Trail on the Atlanta BeltLine connects some of the best restaurants and bars in town! Join us on Saturday, August 10th to try them all!

Enjoy up to five complimentary beverages along the BeltLine along with awesome food and drink specials at participating locations. Get your crew together and join us for Pub Crawl on the BeltLine: Summer Edition presented by Lunazul Tequila.

Tickets Include are $30 and include:
• Up to (5) complimentary drinks at our partner bars
• Souvenir Pub Crawl on the BeltLine koozie

Summer Edition Partner Bars (More TBA)
• Apres Diem
• Guac y Margys
• Pour Taproom
• Butter and Cream

Checkin locations will be located Inman Park, Midtown, and Ponce City Market area.

RED WHITE AND BREWS MIDTOWN ATLANTA 2019

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/12/19

Celebrate Independence Day Early This Year at Red, White & Brews in Midtown Atlanta

“Gear Up & Let the Fireworks Begin”

Wednesday, July 3rd 6 pm

Gear up and celebrate Independence Day at the annual Red, White & Brews in Midtown Atlanta on Wednesday, July 3rd.  This year you will be singing “Yankee Doodle Dandy” as you march to over 20+ bar, restaurant & nightclub establishments in Atlanta’s Midtown entertainment district. Ticket includes Complimentary themed shots, $3-$2-$1 Drink specials ($3 Well Cocktail or $2 Beer or $2 Shot), party beads, great food specials, bands, and DJ’s.

Check out some of Atlanta’s newest hot spots like:

  • Foxtrot Liquor Bar – Craft cocktails, local taps and small plates served in an “elevated pub”, British-inspired setting
  • Tiki Tango Hideway Oasis – A 3 level tiki lounge with each level featuring a distinct vibe and mood
  • City Tap Kitchen & Craft – Offers a huge selection of taps and exceptional regional cuisine
  • Veranda – Midtown’s newest venue serving southern smoked meats with a fun upbeat bar, lounge & patio
  • Ponko Chicken – A unique spin on japanese + western cuisine

Venues will feature discounted food and drink specials along with live bands & DJ’s. Registration check in starts at 6:00 p.m. at Foxtrot located at 45 13th St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309.  So wear your Stars & Stripes and unite with Atlanta Bar Tours and “Let the fireworks begin”. Tickets run $15 to $25. Grab your tickets today by visiting www.AtlantaBarTours.com

SECOND SELF BREWERY’S CARNIVAL ATL 2019

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/4/19

Second Self Brewing

Saturday, June 22nd Noon to 5 pm

Carnival ATL is coming to Second Self for a family-friendly celebration, featuring games, prizes, fun activities, an artist market and music, to benefit Giving Kitchen! DAY PARTY! Pints of Second Self’s signature Thai Wheat and ATaLe will be sold for $3 each, and The Real Mexican Vittles will be selling delicious bites. The event is free to attend, and carnival tickets (available for pre-purchase below) are $3 each. Prizes include:

Second Self Beer Co. merch
Dames and Dregs Beer Festival VIP and GA tickets
Dames and Dregs Beer Festival T-Shirts
Six Feet Under Pub & Fish House Gift Cards ($50 value ea.)
Dinner for 2 @ PokeBurri (YUM)
Punch Bowl Social Gift Cards

Carnival RSPV/Tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/carnival-atl-tickets-61801536058

ATLANTA FIELD DAY 2019

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/3/19

Saturday, July 13th 11 am to 4 pm

Historic Fourth Ward Park

Atlanta Field Day (benefiting Playworks Georgia) is a throwback to grade school, built with adults in mind. We’ve got all the classic events like tug of war, relay races, obstacle courses, etc. – plus some crazy new games and some surprises throughout the day. Teams will earn points in each event to add up to your total for the day.

Will your team have what it takes to take home the King of the Field title? Grab some friends, start your team, and get ready for the most fun you’ll have in 2019! This event is brought to you by Atlanta Sport and Social Club.

Start recruiting your Co-Ed team of 8 now! Registration is open for corporate and co-ed groups, including individual tickets to join a team that day. Tickets run $56 for individual and up to $500 for a team. Link to more info: https://bit.ly/2RMbYQZ

What to expect during Field Day

Teams will compete in 8 competitions over the course of the day, consisting of (3) scheduled relays, and (5) scramble games events. The full game list and rules will be released the week of the event!

  • Each team will compete in (2) scheduled relay events. In these two events, your team score is ranked against every other team participating in the event.
  • Teams will select (7) scramble-style games to participate in. Scramble games can be points-based challenge involving just one team, or a head-to-head matchup with another team.
  • We’ve teamed up with the Playworks Georgia for this year’s charity challenge! The more funds your team raises, the more points you earn towards your overall score!

Atlanta Field Day is a 21+ event. All participants must be 21 years of age or older.

**RAIN DATE: Saturday, August 3rd**

SUMMERFEST MUSIC FESTIVAL 2019 – MILWAUKEE, WI

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/3/19

Milwaukee, WI in Various Venues

6/26 – 6/30 & 7/2 – 7/7

Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI (6/26 – 6/30, 7/2 – 7/7) just announced that Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, and ScHoolboy Q will headline the American Family Insurance Amphitheater, closing out the festival on July 7, 2019.

Summerfest, the World’s Largest Music Festival will announce the full line up soon with over 800 acts spread out over 11 days and 12 stages.   Beyond its massive size (more than 800K in attendance last year), Summerfest works a little differently, making it the perfect festival for any music fan, and a cornerstone of summer entertainment in the Midwest. – “don’t expect a weekend of running from stage to stage, there are over 12 stages with sporadic, individual concerts featuring dynamic lineups to score tickets to, amalgamating into a total of 800 acts from major stars to local groups in just about every scene imaginable” (Thrillist).

Check out other announced headliners:
June 26: Thomas Rhett with Dustin Lynch
June 27: Outlaw Music Festival Tour: Willie Nelson & Family, Phil Lesh & Friends, The Avett Brothers, Counting Crows, Alison Krauss, Dawes, and Trapper Schoepp
June 28: Jason Aldean and Kane Brown
June 29: Bon Iver with Lord Huron and Julien Baker, June 29;
June 30:  Zac Brown Band
July 2:  Lionel Richie with special guest Michael McDonald
July 3: Jennifer Lopez
July 4: Ozzy Osbourne with Megadeth.
July 5: The Killers

“Summerfest holds the title as the biggest music festival in the world, and it takes this very seriously. They may run things a little differently — don’t expect a weekend of running from stage to stage — there are over 12 stages with sporadic, individual concerts featuring dynamic lineups to score tickets to, amalgamating into a total of 800 acts from major stars to local groups in just about every scene imaginable.”  –  The Ultimate Guide to 2019 Music Festivals Thrillist

The festival now in it’s 52nd year combines the best live music acts with our favorite parts of summer – food, family, and festivities.  With over 800,000 attendees last year, Summerfest is Milwaukee’s cornerstone summer celebration, hosting the music industry’s hottest stars, emerging talent and local favorites for an unforgettable live music experience.   The festivals largest stage ( American Family Insurance Amphitheater) is currently undergoing a $50 million renovation.

2ND ANNUAL FIREWORKS IN THE FOURTH WARD

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/2/19

PONCE CITY MARKET & OLD FOURTH WARD BUSINESS ASSOCIATION TO HOST 2ND ANNUAL “FIREWORKS IN FOURTH WARD,” A FAMILY-FRIENDLY FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION

Free & Open to the Public, the Community Event Brings Together Fireworks, Family Fun, Food & Libations at
Historic Fourth Ward Park

Guests Can Also View the Fireworks Show from The Roof at Ponce City Market

In partnership with Old Fourth Ward Business Association, Ponce City Market is hosting the second annual “Fireworks in Fourth Ward” to celebrate the Fourth of July. Free and open to the public, the community event will be held across the street from Ponce City Market at Historic Fourth Ward Park from 5pm to 11pm.

Guests are invited to bring a picnic or enjoy bites from local vendors and food trucks, and King of Pops and Queen of Cream will also be serving frozen desserts. Local favorites including New Realm Brewing Company and Old Fourth Distillery will provide libations; wine, margaritas and a vodka punch will also be available for purchase (no outside alcohol is allowed). All beverage proceeds will directly benefit the Old Fourth Ward Business Association, whose mission is to create a safe and sustainable community environment for businesses and residents alike.

In the park, there will be live music from local Atlanta band Sucker Punch, covering hits from the 90’s and 00’s. Once the sun sets, the evening will culminate in a grand fireworks show, and DJ Q-Tip will be spinning a soundtrack coordinated with the display.

The Fourth of July fireworks show can also be seen from The Roof at Ponce City Market during their annual Fourth of July celebration. The kid-friendly event begins at 5pm and will have live entertainment, a DJ and activities for kids. There will be two ticket levels – VIP access and General Admission – for adults, and tickets for children will be offered at a lower price point. While space is available, guests can purchase walk-up tickets on July 4 for the evening fireworks show. Advance tickets will be available at www.poncecityroof.com.

Expected to draw several thousand people, attendees are encouraged to bike, walk or use a ride share service to travel to and from the event. Bike racks are located around the periphery at Historic Fourth Ward Park and at Ponce City Market, and pick-up points for Uber and Lyft users are available at Ponce City Market and adjacent to the park on the corner of Garden Park Drive and Rankin Street.

Ponce City Market restaurants and retail shops will be open during normal hours on July 4, from 10am to 9pm. Event sponsors include Ponce City Market, Skyline Park, Gas South, Atlanta Dream Center and Good2Grow.

Please note that no pets, scooters and bikes, drones, outside fireworks, weapons, grills or pop-up tents will be allowed inside the park during the event.

2019 ATLANTA DESIGN FESTIVAL

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 5/21/19

PONCE CITY MARKET & WESTSIDE PROVISIONS DISTRICT TO BE AMONG ATLANTA DESIGN FESTIVAL’S 2019 FEATURED DESIGN DISTRICTS

From June 1-9, Community Destinations to Host Design Discussions, Workshops, a Live Podcast Taping & More

Ponce City Market and Westside Provisions District – both from Atlanta-based real estate investment and management company Jamestown – are partnering with Atlanta Design Festival (presented by MA! Design is Human) to serve as featured Design Districts during the 13th annual city-wide festival held from June 1-9, 2019. Furthering Jamestown’s design-forward approach to innovative development and mission to promote community involvement, the two community destinations will host design-related events, including book signings, design gatherings and classes, speaker sessions and more, throughout the nine-day festival.

Ponce City Market:

Design Week Book Fair at Posman Books (June 1-9, Normal Hours) – During the duration of Atlanta Design Festival, the family-owned, independent bookstore will be highlighting books that focus on all aspects of design. Looking for something specific? Come by to find a new source of inspiration.

‘Time to Dine: The Art of Restaurant Design’ Discussion with MODA (June 1, 2-4pm) – As part of the Food by Design series, Ponce City Market and Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) are bringing together some of the city’s top restaurant designers for a rapid-fire discussion, in conjunction with Atlanta Design Festival. Moderated by Doug Henderson, Co-owner of Switch Modern, the free event will take place at The Plaza at Ponce City Market and feature panelists from some of Atlanta’s leading restaurant design firms, who will talk about the role of design in creating an environment that enables and enhances the dining experience. Panelists will include John Bencich of Square Feet Studio, Smith Hanes of Smith Hanes Studio, Dan Maas of ai3, Skylar Morgan of Skylar Morgan Furniture + Design and Tim Nichols of NO Architecture. After the discussion, attendees will be invited to visit restaurants designed by panelists and housed within Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall. Please see here to register and learn more.

‘Sew Happy Color with Katie Kortman’ Class at Topstitch (June 1, 10am-4pm) – Topstitch – Atlanta’s premiere sewing destination for the aspiring garment sewer – is hosting Katie Kortman, an accomplished artist, sewist, teacher and textile designer, to lead a wardrobe color theory lecture as well as a full-day workshop to design and paint fabric, which will then be used to sew the Topstitch Essential Top or Dress. Participation is $225 for the lecture and workshop, or $45 for the lecture only. Tickets can be purchased here.

Anthropologie Summer Entertaining Soiree (June 2, 11am-1pm) – Join Anthropologie’s Home Stylist Naila Long for an insider’s tour of Anthropologie’s rapidly growing home assortment and Design Center while enjoying sips and snacks. Guests will learn and experience how Anthropologie is a true destination for creating an inspirational space through expansive collections featuring custom furniture, artisanal styles and artist collaborations. Free and open to the public, the event encourages guest to reserve tickets in advance here.

‘Sew Happy Color with Katie Kortman’ – Paint Your Clutch (June 2, 10am-2pm) – Katie Kortman is coming to Topstitch to show us all how to infuse color and happiness into our me-made wardrobe. An accomplished artist, sewist, teacher and textile designer, Katie is going to demonstrate designing and painting on a plain fabric ground. This is a two-part workshop whereby attendees will design and paint fabric and then use it to sew the Topstitch Essential Clutch. Participants will receive free admission to Katie’s Friday Night “Wardrobe Color Theory” event on May 31 before painting and sewing on Sunday, June 2. Please see here for more info and to reserve a spot in the class ($160 per person).

‘How Designing a Podcast Works’ Discussion with Stuff Media (June 3, 6-8pm) – Building a story is a lot like building a house. Join podcast hosts and producers of iHeartMedia and HowStuffWorks as they explore the process of turning an idea into an award-winning show. The event will be held at The Plaza at Ponce City Market.

Gensler Experience Pop-Up (June 4-8) – Join Gensler – an integrated architecture, design, planning and consulting firm with global clients – at The Plaza at Ponce City Market for an immersive experience exploring the minds of designers and the inspiration behind the places where we live, work and play. From galleries and pop-ups to panel discussions and podcasts, learn how Gensler is shaping the future of cities, in Atlanta and beyond. The community will be able to share ideas and think differently about design throughout the experience open all week long during Atlanta Design Festival. For more on specific events hosted by Gensler, please see here.

‘Plating 101: The Principles of Perfect Culinary Plate’ Presentation at Williams Sonoma (June 4, 6-8pm) – The perfect plating presentation is the foundation of culinary decadence. Williams Sonoma at Ponce City Market is hosting a plating technique class with local Atlanta Chef Alexander Blackman, aka “The Bearded Chef,” to teach attendees the 101s of plating. Tickets ($10 General Admission; $35 VIP) can be purchased here. VIP guests will be gifted a de Buyers Round Mold set, and all participants will receive 10 percent off purchases the night of the class.

Design Talks: Pauline Wiersema (June 4, 6-8pm) – Held at General Assembly, the Design Talk features Pauline Wiersema and is free and open to the public. Pauline, founder of Wiersema! and cum laude graduate from the Design Academy Eindhoven (2018), is an interdisciplinary designer, specialized in making campaigns in combination with interactive installations and experiences. With A Fool Around she gives lectures and acts as a creative tutor to help companies and institutions ‘fool up’ their game. She does illustrative work for newspapers, magazines and digital platforms aimed at informing their audience. Attendees can register for the event here.

‘Understanding The New Rules of Luxury: A Living Room Discussion’ at Cobbler Union (June 5, 2:30-3:30pm) – Cobbler Union Founder Daniel Porcelli and Director of Marketing Sara Kuykendall will discuss the seismic shifts currently underway in the luxury retail space forcing brands to adapt to rapidly-changing consumer behavior and market dynamics. Located at the bespoke shoemaking company’s flagship store at Ponce City Market, the discussion is free and open to the public, and attendees can RSVP here.

UX Design & Data Science Talent Showcase (June 5, 5-7pm) – Interested in hiring or mentoring tech talent? Curious to learn how General Assembly is supporting tech sector growth in Atlanta and view GA’s graduate portfolios and capstone projects? Come enjoy some refreshments and mingle while you discover your next potential team member at this exclusive event. General Assembly welcomes hiring managers, recruiters and anyone hiring Data Scientists or User Experience (UX) Designers to meet expert-trained, job-ready candidates. Think of this as a reverse career fair, where you can see students’ final projects and talk individually with them. This is open house style, so come whenever you can and stay as long as you’d like – drinks are on General Assembly! RSVP here.

Plant(care) 101 Workshop at The Victorian at Citizen Supply (June 5, 7-9pm) – Those looking to spruce up their space with a houseplant can dive into the basics of plant care at The Victorian’s workshop covering tips on repotting, soil types, light levels, watering, propagation and more. Attendees can attend the workshop for $15, and the Victorian’s team will walk everyone through how to properly repot a plant using one of their handmade soil mixes. For those who want a hands-on experience, they can purchase a plant and a planter to repot in the class before taking it home. Tickets can be purchased here (password: plantcare).

Design Talks: Ingrid Van der Wacht, MALL, Gehl Architects and Dashel Helmets (June 6, 6-9pm) – Join General Assembly for a Design Talk featuring Ingrid Van der Wacht, Jennifer Bonner of MALL, Matthew Lister of Gehl Architects and Catherine Bedford Dashel Helmets. For more on each speaker and to RSVP, please click here.

‘The Design of the Summer Cocktail’ Workshop at Citizen Supply’s Likewise (June 7, 6-9pm) – Likewise’s Bar Director Ben Richardson (of Cocktail Commons and Staplehouse) will walk attendees through the design, pours and shakes behind a few favorite, refreshing summer drinks. Participants will learn the ins and outs, whys and hows of crafting top-notch cocktails while sipping creations and make a few new friends. Tickets ($18) are available here.

‘Sourdough 101’ Class at Root Baking Co. (June 7, 6-9pm) – Root Baking Co’s hands-on lesson is designed to teach beginners how to bake at home with a sourdough starter, covering how to train up a lively starter from scratch, how to mix, ferment, shape and bake a loaf, and how to best utilize home ovens to produce crusty results. Root will provide drinks and snacks from their kitchen, and guests will take home a fresh sourdough loaf, active starter, freshly-milled whole wheat flour, an info packet and a replicable formula. Tickets are $100 and can be purchased online here.

‘Charcuterie 101: The Perfect Party Platter’ Class at Williams Sonoma (June 7, 6-8pm) – Williams Sonoma at Ponce City Market is hosting a charcuterie 101 class to teach participants how to design the perfect party platter. Learn how to select the proper size board, what items to include and how to assemble a masterpiece charcuterie board. General Admission tickets are $25 and include a Williams Sonoma Open Kitchen Acacia Board; VIP tickets are $50 and include a Premium Olivewood Board. Plus, attendees will receive 10 percent off their purchase the night of the class. Tickets can be purchased here.

‘The Shape of the A: Designing Tomorrow’s Atlanta Today’ Discussion (June 8, 5-7:30pm) – Quick Quick invites Atlanta’s creatives and entrepreneurs to attend conversation among leaders imagining and crafting the city’s future. Free and open to the public, the panel will feature voices from the worlds of fashion, advertising and branding, retail, architecture and of course, print. Snacks and drinks will be available. As always, guests to Ponce City Market can find the latest periodicals and magazines highlighting design in fashion, interiors, architecture, culture, tech, music, food and drink at Quick Quick.

‘Ridiculous History’ Live Podcast Recording with Stuff Media (June 8, 3-5pm) – History is beautiful, brutal and often, ridiculous. Ridiculous History hosts Ben Bowlin and Noel Brown dive deep into some of the most bizarre stories of people, places and events throughout the span of human civilization, and they’re joining up with Atlanta Design Festival to create a special live episode of the podcast. The public is invited to join the guys at General Assembly as they explore the strange story of Ponce City Market’s first life as a Sears headquarters during this special episode. Ridiculous History is from Stuff Media – the world’s leading for-profit publisher of podcasts – whose headquarters are located at Ponce City Market.

Westside Provisions District:

Lee Ledbetter Book Signing at Hudson Grace (June 3, 5-7pm) – The preeminent purveyor of timeless décor, Hudson Grace, is hosting a book signing in their Westside Provisions District space on Monday, June 3 from 5pm to 7pm with New Orleans architect and designer Lee Ledbetter. Lee will be in the space to mingle amongst cocktails and sign copies of his new book, The Art of Place: Architecture and Interiors. The event is free and open to the public; attendance can be reserved by emailing atlanta@hudsongracesf.com.

Room & Board Presents Developing Atlanta: Thoughtful Development for a Sustainable Future (June 4, 5:30-7pm) – Join Room & Board for a panel discussion presented by CityLab where they will discuss Atlanta’s development, the economic impact of thoughtful design on communities and sustainability and what Atlanta is doing right and wrong. Moderated by Mark Byrnes, Senior Associate Editor at CityLab, the panel will feature Tim Keane, Commissioner, Planning and Community Development, City of Atlanta, Georgia; Kristi Rooks, Founder, Thoughtwell; and Nathan Hedges, Director of Development for Atlanta, The Allen Morris Co. The event is free and open to the public.

Peg Risom Presents The Block Island Collection at Design Within Reach (June 5, 10am-12pm) – Design Within Reach is celebrating an exciting new design from midcentury Danish master Jens Risom: The Block Island Outdoor Collection. In 1967, Risom built his family’s vacation home on Block Island, Rhode Island. For a secluded walking trail that ran adjacent to the property, he drew plans for outdoor furniture meant to provide a place for passersby to rest and enjoy their surroundings, a labor of love for his neighbors, which fell by the wayside until Risom died at age 100 in 2016. Design Within Reach is honored to bring the Block Island Collection to life as an homage to Risom and the setting that inspired him. Join DWR – along with Jens’ daughter Peg Risom – to celebrate the Block Island Collection and Risom’s legacy as a pioneer in introducing Danish modern furniture to the United States. The event is tailored towards trade and DWR contact clients; attendance can be reserved by emailing John Waymire at jwaymire@dwr.com.

CEU at Design Within Reach: Technology and Design in Natural Stone (June 6, 12-1:30pm) – Design Within Reach is hosting continuing education seminar “Technology and Design in Natural Stone,” led by Alison Mullins, Brand Ambassador with decorative natural stone company Antolini Italy. This intermediate-level CEU course will update architects and designers on the latest developments in the natural stone industry, with an eye toward meeting design goals – including new finishes, advances in stone fabrication, best practices in sustainability and a review of award-winning projects using natural stone. Snacks and beverages will be served. Attendance can be reserved by May 31 by emailing John Waymire at jwaymire@dwr.com.

Founded by MA! Architecture in 2007, the festival provides a valuable world-class showcase for leading international designers, brands and companies. Over nine days, visitors will be able to explore the rich variety of talents being produced today through a range of showroom events, exhibitions, talks, workshops, installations and tours. For tickets and further information, visit www.atlantadesignfestival.net.

DOGGIES ON THE CATWALK RETURNS FOR ITS BIGGEST SHOW TO DATE THIS JUNE

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 5/13/19

Celebrating 12 Fashionable Years of Pairing Canines and Couture Benefiting Canine Assistants

Saturday, June 1, 2019 Beginning at 7 p.m.

Greenberg Traurig, Terminus 200

Doggies on the Catwalk returns this year for its biggest fashion event to date. Celebrating 12 years of philanthropic success, The Doggies on the Catwalk Foundation founder and notable Atlanta personality, E. Vincent Martinez, is thrilled to take this year’s event to the next level. Taking place at Greenberg Traurig’s Atlanta penthouse office suite at Terminus 200 in the heart of Buckhead for the second year in a row, attendees are invited to experience a crowd-pleasing runway lineup that includes adorable pups, local personalities and coveted luxury brands. An unforgettable evening of fashion, fun and philanthropy, Doggies on the Catwalk fashion event will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 7 p.m. and benefits several organizations including Canine Assistants, a non-profit which educates and provides service dogs for children and adults with physical disabilities or other special needs.

Emceed by Tad Lemire and Kara Wilson of “Tad & Drex Mornings” on B98.5 FM, Doggies on the Catwalk will feature a cocktail reception and a high-energy runway show showcasing the season’s most sought after looks from top designers and brands found at SAKS Fifth Avenue including Gucci, Prada, Givenchy, Saint Laurent and much more.  Guests will also have the opportunity to receive makeup touch ups and sample a variety of fragrances from Dior before the event. Tickets are on sale now between $95 to $250 and can be purchased at https://doggiesonthecatwalk.org.

CELEBRATE PUBLIC PARKS AT YOUR LAND ON TAP MAY 18

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 5/8/19

Daylong Outdoor Event at Waterworks Greenspace Features Food Trucks,
Pop-Up Beer Garden, Live Music, Games and More

Enjoy great food, outdoor games and a pop-up beer garden while supporting public greenspaces at Your Land on Tap. The free public event, which takes place on Saturday, May 18 at the new Waterworks Greenspace in West Midtown, benefits The Trust for Public Land and its #10MinWalk vision to ensure every American has access to a great park within a 10-minute walk.

“More than 135,000 people in Atlanta don’t enjoy access to a park within a 10-minute walk of their homes,” says The Trust for Public Land’s State Director George Dusenbury. “At Your Land on Tap, guests will experience the benefits of public greenspaces firsthand and get involved with our efforts to bring more parks to more people in Atlanta.”

Highlights of this daylong event include:

Food trucks by Redbird Events
A pop-up beer garden serving beer and wine from Ormsby’s
Lawn games
Hammocks
Frozen treats from King of Pops
Yoga
Live music

$1 from each refreshment sold benefits The Trust for Public Land.  Your Land on Tap takes place from 12-8 p.m. on Saturday, May 18 at Waterworks Greenspace, adjacent to the City of Atlanta Waterworks at 300 Reservoir Drive NW.

DIXIE Q BROOKHAVEN HOSTS FIRST OUTDOOR BBQ AND BOIL

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 5/6/19

Live music, kids crawfish races, cornhole, and more!

Saturday, May 18th at Dixie Q Brookhaven

On Saturday, May 18th, from 11 am to 4 pm, come join us outside for some good eats at our first-ever BBQ & Boil Louisana-style after the popular Brookhaven Bolt.

All tickets $35 and include the following:

Chef Scott’s Louisiana-style Crawfish Boil with Corn and Potatoes
(Good helping provided, more available to purchase during the event)
BBQ Pork sliders
Smoked Wings
Sides of Coleslaw or Potato Salad
One complimentary hot dog and house-made chips
for children under 10 with one adult ticket
Choice of one *beverage–
Dixie Q Morning Mimosa
New Orleans-style Hurricane
Abita Beer
Micheladas

*Want another round?
Additional beverages only $4.00 each!
Limited menu offered inside during event hours with full bar available.
Regular dinner service with full menu starts at 5:00pm.