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Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 9/22/19

Flourish Buckhead

Thursday, October 17th at 6 pm (VIP) and 7 pm (GA)

On Thursday, October 17, Atlanta magazine’s 5th annual Whiskey Festival returns! Guests will enjoy top-shelf whiskey, bourbon, & rum samples, signature cocktails, live music, cigar rolling vendors, an Atlanta magazine rocks glass, liquor infused desserts, delicious southern food that complements the tasting experience, and more!

In addition to sampling the finest whiskeys, attendees will have the opportunity to meet and talk to master distillers, spirits ambassadors, and the owners of some of the most talked about whiskeys—including top shelf standbys and the newest up and comers who are generating a lot of buzz. For an updated list of the participating spirits, please visit the event page.
The event is 21 and up.

VIP: $100
VIPs get entrance one hour early, allowing them to enjoy the festival from 6-10pm. Along with early entry, ticket includes unlimited top-shelf whiskey, bourbon & rum samples, signature cocktails, live music, cigars, delicious foods that complement the tasting experience, an Atlanta magazine rocks glass, and more!

General Admission: $75
General admission can enjoy the festival from 7-10pm. Ticket includes unlimited top-shelf whiskey, bourbon & rum samples, signature cocktails, live music, cigars, delicious foods that complement the tasting experience, an Atlanta magazine rocks glass, and more!

Brands Pouring at Whiskey Festival
Bacardi Angel’s Envy Bourbon and Rye
Basil Hayden’s dark rye
Basil Hayden’s
Belle Meade Bourbon
Blade & Bow
Bushmills 10 Year Whiskey
Bushmills 16 Year Whiskey
Bushmills Black Bush Irish Whisky
Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey
Bushmills Red Bush Irish Whiskey
Chef Brulee Chocolates and Gateaux
Crown Royal
1800 Cristalino
1800 Milenio Tequila
Glen Morey
Gran Centenario Leyenda
Grander Rum
Heaven Hill
Heritage Distilling Co. Brown Sugar Bourbon
Jim Beam Peach
Johnnie Walker
Jose Cuervo Reserva de la Familia
Knob Creek Rye
Knob Creek Single barrel
Knob Creek
Lazy Guy Distillery 5th Article 1887 Rye Whiskey
Lazy Guy Distillery Side Track Bourbon
Lazy Guy Distillery Threesome Whiskey
Maker’s Mark
Michter’s Distillery
Old Dominick
Old Elk Distilleries, LLC
Pendleton 1910 (12 Yr. Rye) Whiskey
Pendleton Director’s Reserve
Pendleton Midnight Whiskey
Pendleton Original Whiskey
Proper 12
Rabbit Hole
Rivulet Artisan Pecan Liqueur
Ron Barcelo
The Sexton Irish Whiskey
Uncle Nearest
Virginia Distillery Company
Woody Creek Distillers Rye
Woody Creek Distillers Bourbon


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 9/22/19

Lazy Betty

Monday, October 14th at 6 pm

On Monday, October 14, Lazy Betty and ARTS ATL are teaming up for an evening of artful conversation, canapés and cocktails.

From 6-8pm, guests will be able to chat with potter and sculptor Jenifer Thoem, painter and muralist Christina Kwan and ceramicist and painter Masa Sasaki, whose work is permanently featured at Lazy Betty. Chefs Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips will be passing around canapés – including Cauliflower “Bone Marrow,” Georgia Shrimp Causa, Curried Duck Rillete with Orange Chip and more – alongside wine, beer and cocktails.

Tickets can be purchased here for $35/person. Each ticket includes an entry into a raffle to win a piece of art from a presenting artist or a seven-course tasting menu experience for two from Lazy Betty, plus drinks and bites.

The Shed at Glenwood: Cool Salads and Sweet Treats Mix with Traditional Brunch Fare

Nestled near the Atlanta Beltline in close proximity to EAV and Grant Park, The Shed at Glenwood has a stellar brunch menu with everything from cool salads, savory and sweet French toast, to traditional omelets, eggs, and bacon. Top it off with a specialty cocktail, bloody mary, or mimosa. Perfecto. Let’s jump into our culinary journey, come join us.

Starting with the Watermelon Baby Spinach Salad was one of the highlights of our time at The Shed at Glenwood. The crunch of the sweet watermelon combined with the slight spice of cumin in the dressing, and topped with the savory spinach, which was crisp and light. Sprinkle with crunchy sunflower seeds to all blend together; sweet, salty, light and fresh. Follow up the light salad with something sweet and savory, like the French Toast with poached pears. Light and fluffy, the bread was the right balance of sweet cinnamon, savory of the egg wash, and crunchy walnuts. Top it off with tart blackberries and warm, yet light maple syrup, and the savory crunch of the poached pears. The best thing on the French toast were those poached pears. Savory, slightly sweet, tender. Pro tip: drizzle the maple syrup directly on the poached pears. It could be a dessert itself.

After you’ve done all this, they also have some very good standard brunch and breakfast fare, like their southern chicken omelet stuffed with chicken, vegetables, and cheese. What made this dish was the side of Nashville hot sauce and some of the best roasted potatoes: salty, savory, right amount of crunch, but potato thick enough to enjoy on its own. We found that if you take some of the omelet, get some hot sauce on it, and then add a roasted potato it’s a fabulous bite.

Don’t forget to grab a refreshing cocktail or spritzer! We had one of the best summer patio drinks ever, a French 75 with champagne, lime, and a spritz of Gin. Something you could drink a few of that’s light, refreshing, tangy, sweet, bubbly, and so good. We also tried the Jungle Bird stuffed with house spiced rum, pineapple, lime and a beautiful pink color. This beauty was surprisingly tart but smoothed out on the end with the pineapple.

Next time you’re on the south end of the beltline and need a quick brunch, breakfast, or even lunch or dinner, get over to The Shed at Glenwood. You’ll be glad you did.