Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/13/

Atlanta Neighborhood Presents a Month-Long Showcase of Diverse Dining Options and Exciting Events

 Summerhill, the vibrant Atlanta neighborhood known for its eclectic dining and shopping scene, invites locals and visitors alike to take advantage of a variety of special offerings and events in March. From inventive brews to new dishes, Summerhill’s restaurants offer a diverse array of flavors to satisfy every palate.

Plus, on Thursday, March 28th at 3:00pm, Summerhill is hosting the ultimate Braves Opening Day Block Party! Celebrate the start of the Braves’ season as they face off against the Phillies away in Philadelphia. This year marks the 50th anniversary of Hank Aaron’s historic 715th home run, and Summerhill is commemorating it by bringing the Atlanta celebration back to where it all began. Experience the excitement with activations at Wood’s Chapel, Halfway Crooks, and BOCA, featuring game screens, Braves appearances, live radio broadcasts from 680 The Fan, DJs, photo ops, chalk art, family-friendly activities, and more!

Other cool things happening in Summerhill this month:

  • Big Softie: Big Softie indulges those with a sweet tooth with its vegan oat chocolate soft serve. When paired with an innovative Cheez-It brittle topping, this irresistible treat satisfies both sweet and salty cravings.
  • BOCA: Spice up the week with Taco Tuesdays and Thirsty Thursdays at BOCA, where $4 tacos and $7 margaritas await. Now open on Mondays and with extended hours on Fridays and Saturdays, there’s even more time to enjoy the eatery’s mouthwatering Mexican cuisine.
  • Halfway Crooks: Guests can quench thirsts and delight taste buds at Halfway Crooks, where every week brings a new reason to celebrate. Mark calendars for the Kolsch Fest on March 23-24, featuring the release of Farina, a refreshing brew perfect for the spring season. Kolsch’s Fun Run 5K kicks off the festival with energy and excitement.
  • Hero Doughnuts & Buns: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style with Hero Doughnuts & Buns’ themed treats, guaranteed to add a touch of luck to the day.
  • How Crispy: Guests can get in touch with nature at How Crispy’s plant swap on March 23, while trading greenery gardening talk with fellow enthusiasts.
  • Junior’s: Junior’s March special, From Husk Till Dawn pizza, is available in regular, vegetarian, and vegan options. For an evening of fun and brain-teasing challenges, guests will not want to miss math-themed trivia night on March 14, hosted by Agnes Scott College.
  • La Belle Nail Bar: This new nail salon is now open for business and ready to provide expert manicures, pedicures, gel treatments and more.
  • Little Bear: Little Bear invites guests to embark on a culinary journey with its Dive Winebar pop-up on March 25. This family-style meal curated by Dive, complete with optional wine pairings, is a one-of-a-kind dining experience.
  • Little Tart: Savor the unique blend of flavors at Little Tart, where the Black Honey IPA Caturra from Flow Coffee takes center stage. Whether guests prefer it iced or hot, this pour-over delights with notes of black tea and lemongrass, making it the perfect companion for any weather.
  • Press Shop: Thursday, March 14 brings a showcase with local artist Truett Dietz from 6-8 p.m. Guests will enjoy wine while taking in the beautiful artwork. On Saturday, March 16, Meghan from SNH Linked is hosting a permanent jewelry pop-up, a trend where jewelers weld (zap) gold, gold-plated, and/or sterling silver chain-linked jewelry onto the wearers. Rings, bracelets, anklets and necklaces will be available for purchase. Among the monthly recurring events are Story Time for the little ones every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.; Golden Hours every Friday from 6-7 p.m. and 4-7 p.m. with $10 wine flights (three pours); Book Club on March 27 (the last Wednesday of each month) from 7-9 p.m. with wine flights. The book for March is “Piglet” by Lottie Hazell; and Knitting Circle on March 28 (the last Thursday of the month) from 7-9 p.m. This is a space where the community can get together, bring their own projects and receive or give help to other attendees, regardless of skill level.
  • Southern National: Guests can experience the taste of the South at Southern National, where culinary craftsmanship meets Southern charm. From zaatar-spiced bok choy to coffee-rubbed grilled pork loin, each dish is a testament to the rich culinary heritage of the region.