Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/22/20

Pratt Pullman District

Saturday, October 24 3pm – 9pm

VIP: 3-4pm; Free GA: 4-9pm 

After a successful chefs market in September, the Pratt Pullman District will be holding a second chefs market this Saturday, October 24 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

“The concept behind the market, much like a farmers market, is to create an open air market with rotating vendors selling dishes directly to the consumer,” the market’s website reads.

Vendors are a mix of new and returning restaurants, including The Abby Singer, Bakers Hatt, Three Lolas Bakeshop, Clairmont Cafe, Dona Joche Empanadas, Heaps, Jackalope, Jen Chan’s Supper Club, Kat’s Dumplings, Kamayan ATL, La Bodega, Millas Macarons, Nunu Cakes, Pho Cue, Seoul Chikin, The Real Mexican Vittles, and The Companion.

Attendees can purchase a parking pass ahead of time on the website. Additionally, two VIP Packages are available which include food vouchers to three food vendors, early access, a complimentary cocktail hour, and a tour of the Historic Pullman Yards.

Masks are required during the event.

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Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/22/20

Second Self Beer Company

Thursday, October 29th thru Saturday, October 31st

Join us as we celebrate our 6th year anniversary with two new beers and a beer/candy pairing all week!
Manic Pixie Dream Beer #2 (12% ABV) is an American Barleywine aged in wet high rye bourbon barrels. It follows Second Self’s highly acclaimed Manic Pixie Dream Beer #1 in 2017, but it certainly deserves its own spotlight. With forward oak and spice nose and caramel and vanilla notes deriving from the malt and barrel used to brew it, Manic Pixie Dream Beer #2 is a slow-sipper that opens as it warms up. Hints of sweet, dark cherry lighten the overall body of the beer, creating a slightly boozy finish.
According to the Second Self team, “although it feels like we’re all living in an alternate universe right now, at least we still have good beer.” Malternate Universe (9% ABV) pours a rich amber color with a nice tan head. Sweet aromas of caramel, brown sugar and English toffee give the decadent beer a full mouthfeel with tons of flavor. Tasting notes include fig, raisin and molasses.
Information on the beer release here.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/20/20

Mixed Six-Packs of Craft Beer & Hard Seltzer Launch This Week

In a year when sports fans can’t gather in their usual ways, Atlanta’s leading sports talk radio station, 680 The Fan  and Wild Heaven Beer one of Georgia’s oldest and most respected craft breweries, have teamed up with those fans in mind. Releasing at Wild Heaven’s two taproom locations and in stores next week, Fanfare is a pair of mixed-six packs of beer and hard seltzer created to help fans celebrate wherever they can safely gather.

Each Fanfare six-pack contains two each of a Classic American IPA, a Golden Ale, and a Mango Hard Seltzer. Retailing for just $10.99, each of the three can designs call to mind the region’s great sports teams.

680 The Fan invites listeners and fans to use the QR code on each can to vote for their favorite of the three. A special release party with a live broadcast from Wild Heaven’s West End Brewery & Gardens will take place on Saturday, October 24, from 11am-2pm featuring 680 The Fan’s Former UGA quarterback Hutson Mason and Georgia Tech and College Football Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Hamilton. Fanfare will be available at both Wild Heaven taproom locations beginning Friday, October 23.

Mixed six-packs will be available at retailers around the Atlanta metro area starting Wednesday, October 28th. A second Fanfare mixed six-pack will release in November featuring a Modern IPA, an Amber Ale, and a Black Cherry Hard Seltzer.

After fan voting concludes, one of the six Fanfare recipes will be chosen for broader distribution in 2021, so 680 The Fan’s on-air hosts and Wild Heaven Beer are calling on Atlanta fans to make their voices heard!


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/18/20

Foxtrot & Tiki Tango

Saturday, October 31st at 9pm

GA tickets here.

Join them if you dare for a Halloween scare at Foxtrot + Tiki Tango on Saturday, October 31st from 9pm-3am! There will be a costume contest with $1000+ in giveaways! Also, there will be 4 DJs playing KILLER beats over two venues! Let’s not forget our roaming paparazzi! Plus a wicked batch of witches brew!

Early Bird Tickets Available for a Limited Time: $10 ticket. Ticket prices will go up.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/18/20

Saturday, October 31st at 8pm

Sports & Social and PBR Atlanta

2 Celebrations under one roof. Don’t miss Freakoween inside Sports & Social presented by Coors Light. Enjoy access to our costume contest featuring cash and prizes, special giveaways, and drink specials. Tickets start at just $20 in advance. Tickets here. Over at PBR Atlanta, buckle up for PBR’s exclusive VIP event to guarantee your entry into Atlanta’s hottest cowboy bar. Join us 8-10PM and enjoy “buffet” style bites, drink specials, advanced entry to our PBR costume contest, giveaways and more! Tickets are $45 and can be purchased here.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/13/20

Krystal South Cobb Transforms into

Madame Krystal’s Haunted Drive-Thru Starting Oct. 15

Quick-Service Restaurant Invites Guests for Halloween Fun and Drive-Thru Trick-or-Treating


All dressed up with nowhere to go? Get in the Halloween spirit at Madame Krystal’s haunted drive-thru. Beginning Oct. 15 through Oct. 31, guests can enter a world of mystery, fortune and mystique at Krystal located at 5140 South Cobb Drive in Smyrna, Georgia.

Guests will be greeted on the street by a larger-than-life fortune teller gazing into her crystal ball. Upon entering the drive-thru, guests can learn about the history of Krystal’s namesake, the crystal ball. They will then begin to unravel their futures and the future of Krystal with Madame Krystal in the drive-thru window. Spooky skeletons, ghastly ghouls and creepy carnival scenes complete the hocus-pocus fun for the whole family.

From 4-8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31, Krystal is partnering with the Hershey Company to hand out candy to children who yell “trick or treat” safely from their car windows at the drive-thru. The drive-thru will be open all day for guests to enjoy Krystal’s full menu of favorites including Original Krystals, Chili Cheese Pups, Tots and more.

“In this challenging year, Krystal is thrilled to provide a festive Halloween in the communities we serve,” says Angela Johnson, Vice President of Marketing at Krystal Restaurants LLC. “We want families to have a safe way to enjoy all the things that make Halloween so exciting and fun.”

All Krystal drive-thrus will be open on Halloween, and participating locations also will be handing out candy.

The Krystal Company remains committed to the health and safety of guests and team members. Restaurants are following strict public health guidelines and also are taking extra precautions such as staying in contact with local health officials for the latest advisories. Krystal drive-thrus are open 6 a.m.-midnight with dining rooms open with limited hours, and restaurants are offering delivery through UberEATS®, DoorDash® and Grubhub®.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/13/20

Saturday, October 24

Peachtree Creek Greenway, Brookhaven, GA

Sit down to a top notch tasting menu brought to you by some of the very best restaurants and eateries in the Brookhaven area. Draft cocktails, wine and beer will be flowing from the taps of the Bubbles and Brews vintage beverage cart. Our family of participating restaurants will also be showcasing featured wines and specialty cocktails that are near and dear to them to keep you further hydrated. Coffee and espressos will be at the ready from Bean in the Burrough.

Local music will be front and center from flamenco guitar from the La Candela Company to roaming fiddle from Melody Duncan Music. Chalk artists will be whipping up some great walkway art and visit the intuitive painting station for your very own creation.

Our charitable partners for this one of a kind event are Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and the Salvation Army who will be receiving a portion of the proceeds while the participating restaurants receive the rest!

A variety of fun ‘thank you’ gifts are included with the ticket price of $99. Tickets and more information here.

The Brookhaven Epicurean Society is committed to providing a safe, healthy, and worry-free outdoor gathering. COVID rules of the road apply.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/12/20

Live From The Drive-In: The Music Of Led Zeppelin with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Sunday, October 18

8:00 pm

Ameris Bank Amphitheatre – Alpharetta

Bridging the gulf between rock n’ roll and classical music, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performs The Music of Led Zeppelin this Sunday, October 18. Amplified by a full rock band and accompanied by singer Randy Jackson’s screaming vocals, creator Brent Havens guest conducts the ensemble as they capture Led Zeppelin’s “sheer blast and power,” riff for riff while churning out new musical colors. Expect hits from Led Zeppelin’s extensive music catalog such as “Ramble On,” “Kashmir,” “Black Dog,” “Going to California” plus a few surprises.  Created as a way to reimagine the live music experience during a time of social distancing, the Live From The Drive-In concert series allows you to enjoy concerts from your own individual tailgating zone! The safety of fans, artists, crews and staff is a top priority.  The drive-in shows are designed to maximize social distancing, and every event will meet all local health and safety standards, as well as state regulations. Concert goers are not required to wear masks while in their assigned tailgate area, however, masks will be required if leaving your space to use the restroom facilities.

Upcoming dates:

10/22: Smith & Myers

10/25: Music of David Bowie

10/26: Old Crow Medicine Show

More information, tickets, and more here.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/4/20


Online Event Will Bring Together Atlanta Food, Music, & Art Communities to Help Feed, Nourish, & Support Hospitality Workers in Need

ATLFAMILYMEAL, the nonprofit supporting Atlanta’s hospitality community, announces Feed the Fam – a virtual experience celebrating the Atlanta food, music, and art communities and benefitting metro Atlanta hospitality workers – on Sunday, October 18 beginning at 7pm.


Held entirely online, the fundraiser will present a lineup of programming live-streamed on the Feed the Fam website. Comprised of some of the city’s most beloved creatives and culinary talent, Feed the Fam will feature standout musical performances from local artists like Omni, Lunar Vacation, Mattiel, and more, plus dynamic cooking demos from acclaimed Atlanta chefs and bartenders featuring dishes included in the once-in-a-lifetime seven-course dinner, available for pre-order on Feed the Fam’s website and delivered on the night of the event. The menu will showcase unique dishes prepared by participating chefs like Kevin Gillespie, Virginia Willis, and Todd Richards to celebrate the Atlanta dining experience. 


ATLFAMILYMEAL will kick off the online festival by pre-selling tickets to a raffle that will include one-of-a-kind items, entertainment, and experiences with all proceeds going directly to ATLFAMILYMEAL. Guests will have the opportunity to live-stream the raffle throughout the virtual festival on Feed the Fam’s website as well as on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube. With San Pellegrino as the marquee sponsor, additional sponsors include Creature Comforts, Scana Energy, and Scofflaw Brewing.


Since launching in March, ATLFAMILYMEAL has delivered more than 100,000 chef-prepared meals to hospitality workers in need from over 200 metro Atlanta restaurants, breweries, and hospitality businesses facing joblessness due to the COVID-19 crisis. Founded by Michael Lennox, CEO and Founder of Electric Hospitality (Ladybird, Golden Eagle, Muchacho), the nonprofit has created a network of chefs, restaurant owners, hospitality workers, and business/nonprofit leaders since inception to prepare and deliver meals to hospitality workers across metro Atlanta.


ATLFAMILYMEAL is actively seeking donated items and experiences for the fundraising auction, as well as corporate sponsors, artists, and businesses. If interested, please email with any inquiries or visit to donate and learn more. Stay tuned for a full list of event programming, scheduling, and select auction items.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/4/20



Held Every Other Saturday Through December 12


October 3rd to Feature Tailgating Theme with Livestreamed Football Games, Game Day Bites & Drinks, Yard Games & a DJ in The Courtyard


Atlanta’s iconic community hub Ponce City Market announces PCM Goes Inside Out, a series bringing the best of PCM outdoors every other Saturday through December 12. Visitors will enjoy a variety of exciting happenings throughout the fall as PCM Goes Inside Out brings favorites to The Courtyard and Yard where guests can safely relax and spend some time enjoying food and drink, football, music and fun.


The theme will change with each date, and with football season in full swing, this weekend’s October 3 festivity will feature a tailgating theme. From noon-4pm, guests will be able to enjoy bites and drinks from restaurant kiosks in The Courtyard alongside restaurant patios, watch livestreams of football games on a big screen – South Carolina v. Florida at noon and Alabama v. Texas A&M at 3:30pm – play yard games on The Yard provided by Mountain High Outfitters and listen to beats from a DJ. PCM will also offer plenty of umbrellaed outdoor seating throughout the property for guests to enjoy. This weekend’s food participants include Batter Cookie Dough Company, Biltong Bar, Botiwalla, El Super Pan, King of Pops, Minero, Pizza Jeans, Saint Germain and W.H. Stiles Fish Camp. 


Additional PCM Goes Inside Out dates and themes are listed below:


  • October 17: Fall Apple Market

  • October 31: Halloween

  • November 14: Tailgating

  • November 28: Thanks for Giving

  • December 12: Holiday Market


Ponce City Market is adhering to health and safety guidelines, including requiring guests to wear facemasks in the Central Food Hall; requiring property staff to wear face coverings at all times; providing social distancing signage and hand sanitizer throughout the property; and cleaning and sanitizing the property regularly.