You’re so close, Atlanta! So close to some great end-of-week and weekend events happening in our fantastic city. Take a look and get out there!
P’cheen benefit for Jesse Covington – Thursday, February 28, 5:00pm – Help raise money and morale for a special P’cheen family member who was recently hurt in a serious car accident. All you need to do to help is show up, eat, drink and enjoy music from DJs Ryan Baker and DDDave. 15% of earnings from the evening (and 100% of proceeds from the Red Hare cash keg) will go to support Jesse’s recovery.
Uncorked at Parish – Friday, March 1, 7:30pm – Sample a variety of wine selections hand-picked by Parish’s resident sommelier while you enjoy family-style charcuterie and cheese. Spots are limited, so call to reserve yours today – 404-681-4434. $30 per person.
Rather kick off the weekend with fish than cheese? Come to Parish‘s Friday Fish Fry at 5:30pm this Friday and every Friday as long as there are fish in the sea! Enjoy tempura battered and fried cod with a side of French fries and tartar sauce for just $15.
Celebrate Pig Appreciation Day (yes, it’s a thing – I looked it up) Saturday, March 2 from 12:00pm to 7:00pm at Bone Lick BBQ. For $10/plate or $15 all-you-can-eat, pig appreciators will enjoy a special pig roast, DJs, sidewalk games, drink specials and more.
Westside Taste and Brews at the Atlanta Food Truck Park and Market – Saturday, March 2, 1:00-6:00. (Note – this is just around the corner from Bone Lick’s location at Apex West Midtown, so your meals for the day are officially planned. You’re welcome.) Tickets for Taste and Brews are $45 in advance, $55 at the door and include 6 food samples from 6 food trucks, unlimited beer tastings and musical entertainment.
Yacht Rock Review St. Patty’s Day Party at Park Tavern – Saturday, March 2, 2:00pm-11:00pm. General admission $20, VIP $50. Wrap up your Saturday with two sets of your favorite Yacht Rock tunes and one set dedicated to U2!
Spring events are in the air, Atlanta. Get ready!