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FROZEN PINTS HELPS MAKE TURNER FIELD A LITTLE SWEETER IN TIME FOR OPENING DAY

April 1st, 2014 | Events, News | 0 Comments

Now baseball fans can have their beer and eat it too at Turner Field! Beginning on Opening Day for Turner Field, Tuesday, April 8th, Frozen Pints craft beer ice cream will be available to patrons in single serve sizes that come with a built-in spoon. Fans simply need to look for the branded ice cream cart by Aisle 118 on the Field Level to take advantage of the Atlanta-based company’s most popular flavors including Malted Milk Chocolate Stout, Vanilla Bock, Brown Ale Chip, and Peach Lambic.

“We always knew we wanted to make it to The Ted and saw it as a milestone for Frozen Pints, so to finally get there is a special moment for us – a recognition that we’re a part of the Atlanta community,” says Ari Fleischer, co-founder of Frozen Pints.  “Not to mention, there’s nothing more perfect on a hot summer day than baseball and beer ice cream – talk about classic American!”

Launching more than a year ago, Frozen Pints craft beer ice cream, the first product to market of its kind, can be found in more than 130 retail spots and restaurants in metro Atlanta, Macon, Peachtree City, Sewanee, Woodstock and Athens, Georgia, and is now available at the Georgia Dome and Turner Field. Using the finest craft beers and freshest local ingredients, Frozen Pints manufactures five distinct flavors out of Atlanta, Georgia:  Peach Lambic, Honey IPA, Brown Ale Chip, Malted Milk Chocolate Stout, and Vanilla Bock and offers specialty and seasonal flavors throughout the year. Most recently, Frozen Pints joined forces with Chicago’s Goose Island Brewery to release “Strawberry Sofie” craft beer ice cream throughout Georgia as part of its Limited Release series.

For more information, to find retail and restaurant partners, or to place an order, visit www.frozenpints.com. Stay connected on Facebook at www.facebook.com/FrozenPintsIceCream and on Twitter and Instagram at @frozenpints.

STK ATLANTA ANNOUNCES MATT RAINEY AS EXECUTIVE CHEF

February 6th, 2014 | News | 0 Comments

With the arrival of 2014, The ONE Group formally welcomed Matt Rainey as the new executive chef of STK Atlanta. Formerly with the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group, Rainey brings a wealth of experience to Midtown’s favorite steakhouse.  With a passion for using fresh, seasonal ingredients and tapping local purveyors, Chef Rainey’s winter menu features an array of new offerings while making sure STK’s signature mainstays continue to impress.

“I’m deeply committed to making sure our guests have an exceptional dining and social experience with each visit to STK. I’m excited to introduce new seasonal dishes that not only embrace, but reflect our city’s distinct personality and culture,” says Chef Rainey.

Artfully blending two concepts into one—a modern reincarnation of a steakhouse and a chic lounge, diners are invited to enjoy high quality steaks along with Chef Rainey’s new specialty entrees and innovative side dishes, appetizers, salads, and desserts. Mouthwatering starters like the Lump Crab Salad, Beef Tartare, and lil’ BRGRs remain on the menu while Roasted Beet Carpaccio, Grilled Spanish Octopus, a delicious Buratta Salad, and an updated version of the Seared Scallops have all been added. His new seasonally influenced entrees include a Chili Rubbed Lamb Rack, Pan Roasted Branzino, and Miso Glazed Sea Bass.  Guests with a sweet tooth can dive into new dessert options like the Almond Fudge Brownie; Bag o’ Donuts – apple cider donuts topped with caramel and bourbon sauces; Banana Cream Pie; and Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie. Both STK’s popular Birthday Cake dessert and signature ICE STK mini ice cream cone sampler will continue to delight.

Diners wanting to imbibe will find an impressive wine and spirit list along with creative signature cocktails. Staples like the Cucumber Stiletto made with Grey Goose Citron, St. Germaine, fresh lime juice, cucumber, and mint; the Green Intensity – Grey Goose Vodka, lime juice, Serrano chili slices, and basil leaves; and the Strawberry Cobbler made from Belvedere Vodka, muddled fresh strawberries with a graham cracker crusted rim are ideal for sipping in STK’s high-energy lounge or to compliment a meal in the bistro or stylish scene-and-be-seen dining room.

Chef Rainey’s new winter menu is available now.

STK is located at 1075 Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta on the corner of Peachtree and 12th Streets in the 12th & Midtown development. Complimentary valet parking is available on 12th Street. Visit www.stkhouse.com for more information and stay connected via www.Facebook.com/STKATL ad on Twitter and Instagram at @STKAtlanta.

CYPRESS STREET PINT AND PLATE CELEBRATES SIX YEARS OF SUCCESS

February 4th, 2014 | Events, News | 0 Comments

Come early, stay late, and make memories that will last a lifetime as Cypress Street Pint and Plate celebrates six years of success and the 4th anniversary of its beloved Beer Geek Tuesday series.  During a special anniversary edition of Beer Geek Tuesday, tonight, February 4, 2014, revelers are invited to enjoy a variety of drink specials, including $2 Cypress Draft beer, $5 well drinks, $5 Deep Eddy’s Vodka cocktails, and $5 shots of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey. The OMG Booth will also be in the house to help document the shenanigans throughout the evening. The event kicks off at 8 p.m.

A favorite Midtown destination, Cypress Street Pint and Plate is a throwback to when the drinks were always cold, the food was always hot, and the bar-staff knew your name. With fourteen beers on tap, forty bottled selections, and a fully stocked selection of wine and spirits, Cypress offers an innovative menu of upscale pub grub created by executive chef Richard Silvey.  Additionally, beer lovers flock to Cypress Street every Tuesday when its resident Beer Geek, Rob Merrick, hosts Beer Geek Tuesday – a casual exploration of all things beer including food and beer pairings and rare casks to tap takeovers and specialty events.  Tucked away behind the historic Biltmore Hotel, Cypress Street Pint and Plate is located on the corner of 6th street and Cypress Street at 817 West Peachtree, Suite E-125, Atlanta, Georgia.  For more information, please visit www.cypressbar.com or call 404-815-9243. Follow Cypress Street on Twitter at @CypressStreet and Facebook.com/CypressBarATL.

WINTER WREN WOMEN’S BOUTIQUE TO HOST OFFICIAL GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION

January 27th, 2014 | Events, News | 0 Comments

Winter Wren, a brand new womenswear boutique located in the heart of Atlanta’s Virginia Highland neighborhood, is thrilled to celebrate its arrival with a stylish soiree on February 6, 2014. The second Atlanta offering from Winter Hodges, veteran retailer and longtime Virginia Highland resident behind Atlanta’s beloved 310 Rosemont boutique, Winter Wren features comfortable yet sophisticated womenswear with a curated selection of ready-to-wear apparel and accessories from posh brands like Free People, BB Dakota, Michael Stars, Hunter Boots, Kensie, Aryn K., BCBG Generation, Diane Von Furstenberg, Rebecca Minkoff and more. From party-wear to casually chic weekend-wear, Winter Wren is bringing new options and an alternative shopping experience to Atlanta’s fashion set.

“While I have boutiques across the Southeast, to have my first name sake store in the heart of the Virginia Highland, the neighborhood I call my home, is more than a dream come true.  Winter Wren is more than just another women’s clothing store; we strive to offer an authentic shopping experience and are dedicated to building the community that surrounds and supports us.  It is truly an honor to open my second boutique in Atlanta and I consider our community to be THE most solid ground as a building block for great things to come,” says Winter Hodges, owner of 310 Rosemont and newly opened Winter Wren.



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EVENTIDE BREWING OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES IN ATLANTA

January 9th, 2014 | News | 0 Comments

Monday night, Atlanta welcomed the latest brewery to join the current surge of craft beer businesses sprouting up throughout the Southeast—Eventide Brewing. Hosting nearly 250 friends, family and supporters, Eventide released the first two craft beers off its roster, an a American Pale Ale and a Kölsch Style Ale, during a special celebration at Six Feet Under in Grant Park, a nearby neighbor to the brewery.  Born out of a collaborative homebrewing project, Eventide Brewing is the collective brainchild of: marketing guru Mat Sweezey; mechanical engineer, Nathan Cowan; brand manager, Haley Cowan; and BCJP judge and brewmaster, Geoffrey Williams.  It’s their diverse backgrounds combined with a love of Craft offerings that have allowed Eventide to take a hands on approach to the creation of the overall brand. From the designing and fabrication of many of the onsite components of the brew system to hand-carved tap handles that will be used throughout the market – when you drink a beer from Eventide, you are drinking true a “craft beer”.

“We love and pride ourselves in that the roots of Eventide Brewing stem from a homebrewing project,” says Sweezey. “Our motto is that ‘great doesn’t have to be complicated’ and I think that will show with the more people who get to know us and our beers.”

A perfectionist of his craft, Williams’ recipes go through multiple phases before being finalized and approved for general consumption. As a result, his beers have won multiple awards and he has recently been granted the honor of becoming a BJCP judge. His philosophy behind the brewing process is best summarized in a quote from Vince Lombardi which reads, “Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we catch excellence.” This guides his way of thinking and is the driving force behind his passion to create and sustain something great without all of the complications.

Beginning today, the first two beers from Eventide, a Kölsch Style Ale and an American Pale Ale, will be available in pubs and restaurants throughout Atlanta. The Kölsch Style Ale is a crisp, easy drinking German golden, that pairs well with any meal or mood. It can be said that the American Pale is the beer that started the Craft revolution. For Eventide, that meant pairing an American hop and malt profile with an English yeast train. The result is an immensely drinkable brew that is bold enough for “hop heads”, yet smooth enough for newcomers.  Currently only available on tap, Eventide will be available in cans by the end of the year.

The following locations have joined with Eventide Brewing in its launch and are featuring both the Kölsch Style Ale and American Pale Ale beginning today:  Argosy (East Atlanta), Augustine’s (Grant Park), Barrel and Barley Craft Beer Market (Woodstock), The Beer Growler (Brookhaven), Brick Store Pub (Decatur), Cypress Street Pint and Plate (Midtown), Graveyard Tavern (Decatur), Kaleidoscope (Brookhaven), My Friend’s Growler Shop (Grant Park), The Porter Beer Bar (Little Five Points), The Square Pub (Decatur), Six Feet Under (Grant Park), Taco Mac – Canton (Canton), Taco Mac – Cumming (Cumming), Taco Mac – Decatur (Decatur), Taco Mac – Duluth (Duluth), Taco Mac – East Roswell (Alpharetta),Taco Mac – Mall of Georgia (Buford), Taco Mac – Peachtree City (Peachtree City), Taco Mac – Perimeter Place (Dunwoody), Taco Mac – Prado (Sandy Springs), Taco Mac – Metropolis (Midtown) and 97 Estoria (Cabbagetown).

For more information on Eventide Brewing and a detailed listing of launch events, locations, and more, please visit www.eventidebrewing.com.

CWPR Halloween Roundup 2013

October 21st, 2013 | Events, News | 0 Comments

Whether you’re looking for family fun this Halloween or have a craving to embrace the sinister side of the spookiest holiday of the year, our clients have got you covered. From good ol’ fashioned pumpkin carving contests to full on freakshows and late night debauchery, we’ve rounded up a slew of free happenings, parties, and Halloween-inspired cocktails that will keep you in the know. Happy Halloween!

Bone Lick BBQ: The Great Pumpkin Carving Contest – Saturday, October 26th at 3 p.m.

Charlie Brown may still be on the search for the Great Pumpkin, but Bone Lick isn’t! In fact, they’ve got tons of ‘em that are ready to be carved up just in time for Halloween during their 2nd annual Great Pumpkin Carving Contest on Saturday, October 26, 2013. Beginning at 3 p.m., guests are invited to show off their master carving skills while feasting on delicious ‘cue for the chance to win a grand prize of $100. Pumpkins are free for the first ten to arrive, so contestants are encouraged to get there early. Bone Lick BBQ is located at 1133 Huff Road at Apex West Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, please visit www.bonelickbarbecue.com or call (404) 343-6574

Cypress Street Pint and Plate: Halloween Sideshow featuring Strawn Brewing Company – October 26th at 7 p.m.

Prepare to be mesmerized by the freak-tastic circus sideshow Cypress Street Pint and Plate has whipped up for their Halloween bash on Saturday, October 26, 2013.  Beginning at 7 p.m., one of Atlanta’s favorite craft brew pubs and restaurants will be transformed into a Dust Bowl era sideshow, complete with a covered circus tent that will host an intriguing sideshow of biological rarities including a fire breathing dragonboy, a human blockhead, a fortunetelling dust witch, a living mermaid and more. Cypress Street has also partnered with local Georgia brewery, Strawn Brewing Company, to provide attendees with its original Scottish Ale and brand-new mosaic hop brew, Wet Hopped IPA.  Admission is free. Attendees also have the option to purchase VIP tickets for $35 prior to the event, which includes unlimited Strawn brews and access to an open well cocktail bar from 7 p.m. to midnight.  VIP tickets can be purchased at www.cypressbar.com. Cypress Street Pint and Plate is located on the corner of 6th street and Cypress Street in Midtown at 817 West Peachtree, Suite E-125 Atlanta, Georgia.  For more information about the event, please visit the Cypress Street Pint and Plate Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CypressStreet.

Cucina Asellina: Pumpkin Carving Contest, Saturday, October 26, 6 to 8 p.m.

Take advantage of Atlanta’s gorgeous fall weather during a pumpkin carving party on the patio of Cucina Asellina in Midtown. Guests are invited to get into the spirit of Halloween with themed cocktails and menu items, while they show off their pumpkin carving skills. Cucina Asellina will provide free pumpkins and participants are asked to bring their own carving equipment and creativity is encouraged. The winner of the best pumpkin will receive a $50 gift card to Cucina Asellina. Also, any diner that brings in their Taste of Atlanta ticket on Saturday night beginning at 5 p.m. will receive 15% off their bill. Cucina Asellina is conveniently located in the heart of Midtown, adjacent to the Loews Hotel, at the 12th & Midtown developent at 1075 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30309.  For more information visit www.asellina.com or call 404.793.0141.

P’cheen:  Hell on Highland — Saturday, October 26 at 7 p.m.

Break out your best Dracula, Frankenstein, or Twerking Miley costume this Halloween and head to P’cheen International Bistro & Pub’s annual bash, Hell on Highland on Saturday, October 26, 2013. Show up in a costume and receive complimentary eats courtesy of spooktacular Executive Chef Alex Friedman from 9 to 11 p.m. and free house brew until it’s gone. DJs Keiran Neely and DJ SAS will spin tunes late into the night and one lucky costume contest winner will be rewarded with $100 cash prize. The event is free to attend for partygoers in a costume; $10 for guests without a costume who want to enjoy the buffet and beer option. P’cheen is located at 701-5 Highland Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia 30312.  For more information or to make a reservation please visit www.pcheen.com or call 404-529-8800.

The Albert: The Albert Enchanted – Saturday, October 26th at 7 p.m.

Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Guests near and far are invited to join an evening full of whimsical wonders and debauchery as they take a journey though the enchanted forest at The Albert on Saturday, October 26, 2013. Beginning at 7 p.m., ogres, elves, fairies and more from across the city will gather to dance the night away, while feasting on Executive Chef Shaun Whitmer’s enchanted fare and enjoying specialty cocktails. In addition, the Albert will award prizes to guests with the best, funniest and most original costumes in all the land, so be sure to dress for the occasion. The Albert is located at 918 Austin Avenue in Inman Park. For more information, visit www.thealbertatlanta.com or call 404-872-4990.

Diesel Filling Station: A Nightmare on Highland – Thursday, October 31st at 7 p.m.

Freddy Krueger has terrorized Elm Street long enough, so this Halloween he’s headed to Virginia Highland to celebrate A Nightmare on Highland at Diesel Filling Station on Thursday, October 31, 2013.  Kicking off at 7 p.m. as part of the Halloween Night in Highlands 3, guests will wander the streets visiting several participating bars including Hand in Hand Pub, Neighbor’s Pub, Limerick Junction and Dark Horse Tavern, before ending their night with ghoulish shenanigans at Diesel.  For $20, creatures of the night will enjoy free admission to five participating bars, complimentary Halloween themed drinks or shots at each, food and drink specials and free entry into the after party at Diesel complete with a live DJ.  In addition, Diesel will host an exclusive costume contest with prizes awarded to the best of the best. Diesel is located at 870 North Highland Avenue in the heart of Virginia Highland. For more information please visit www.dieselatlanta.com or call (404) 815-1820.  For a full list of participating bars and to purchase tickets, please visit http://alturl.com/4kgtf.

STK Atlanta: The Meat Locker – Thursday, October 31st at 8 p.m.

Bloodthirsty butchers and deviants will descend upon STK Atlanta for The Meat Locker, Atlanta’s sexiest and scariest Halloween bash on Thursday, October 31, 2013. Kicking off at 8 p.m., STK will transform its sleek lounge into a chilling meat locker during this themed Halloween escapade. While the raucous and murderous may be in search of succulent flesh to carve into prime cuts, the unabashedly wicked are invited to sip on specialty cocktails while satisfying their carnivorous cravings via STK’s dinner menu that’s filled with mouthwatering temptations. To keep the party vibe alive, one of STK’s resident DJs will provide the perfect tunes to make this haunting Halloween party complete. The Meat Locker at STK is free attend. STK is located at 1075 Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta on the corner of Peachtree and 12th Streets. Complimentary valet parking is available on 12th Street. For more information, visit www.stkhouse.com or call (404) 793-0144.

The Real Chow Baby: Serving Up Specialty Halloween Cocktails All Month Long

Who says Halloween is just for kids? Just in time for everyone’s favorite fall holiday, The Real Chow Baby has unveiled five new frighteningly delicious Halloween-inspired cocktails. Sure to put the BOO in BOOZE, RCB’s new festive libations are now available at all three The Real Chow Baby locations (Ponce, Howell Mill, and Mall of Georgia) and feature fresh juices, premium liquors and creative garnishes. For more information visit www.therealchowbaby.com.

GUCCI BRINGS FLORENTINE CRAFTSMANSHIP TO ATLANTA

October 10th, 2013 | News | 0 Comments

Gucci will host the “Handbag Artisan Corner” in the house’s Atlanta store. The exclusive event will bring the craftsmanship of Gucci’s Florentine leather goods factory directly to its clientele, allowing guests to view skilled artisans assembling some of the House’s most iconic handbags.

The Gucci artisans will focus on assembling the House’s signature New Bamboo, New Jackie, Soft Stirrup and Soho bags.  The hand-crafted products will be available in exotic skins and exclusive colors and can be personalized with hand-embossed monogramming. The Artisan Corner display will include custom work tables, a sewing machine, a leather stand, and metal tools, as well as additional background materials which illustrate the evolution of the products, from mood board to sketches.

The original Gucci Bamboo bag was created in 1947 and was reintroduced in the Spring Summer 2010 collection.  The New Bamboo is comprised of 130 separate pieces and is crafted the same way as the original, requiring two days of work to ensure its perfect details. Meanwhile, the New Jackie takes its cue from a 1960s style that became the preferred accessory for Jacqueline Onassis, who was photographed toting numerous versions. America’s former First Lady was so devoted to the style that the bag soon assumed the moniker ‘The Jackie.’ Featuring a spur closure and echoing the House’s equestrian heritage, the Soft Stirrup bag boasts unparalleled craftsmanship and draws inspiration from an iconic model from 1975.  The Soho bag is distinguished by the interlocking G that appears embossed and stitched for a discreet, iconic style.

The Gucci artisans and Artisan Corner display will be in the Atlanta store for public viewing October 22 – 24.

NEW THINGS COOKIN’ AT BONE LICK BBQ FOR THE FALL

September 10th, 2013 | News | 0 Comments

With a year of success under their belts, the crafty crew at Bone Lick BBQ is kicking off year two with a slew of new offerings beginning September 2013. From weekly specials and a new late-night menu to expanded catering services, barbecue lovers can take advantage of a range of wallet-friendly deals this fall.

If the Bone Lick neon sign is on, the kitchen is open. Starting at 10 p.m. every Monday through Saturday, guests can now enjoy $1 house drafts, while they snacking on delicious bar bites ranging from $2 to $10 that are only available during the wee hours of the night.  From dollar ribs and the pork rinds of the day to buffalo tots, double dipped wings, and pulled pork sliders, Bone Lick’s pitmaster Mike LaSage has a variety of options for barbecue lovers needing a late night fix.

For anyone looking for reasons to save (or any excuse to eat barbecue), every Monday from 5 to 10 p.m., diners can upgrade any combo plate for free. Order a two, three or four meat combo, and Bone Lick will upgrade it to the next size combo. On Tuesdays from 5 to 9 p.m., Bone Lick has all-you-can-eat rib tips for just $16 that comes with a new specialty dipping sauce each week. On Wednesdays from 4 to 8 p.m., kids 10 and under receive one kid’s meal for free with the purchase of one adult entree or combo. Bone Lick’s $5 kid-friendly menu features a variety of items including a grilled cheese sandwich and pulled pork sliders served with tater tots or a salad. Every day from 4 to 7 p.m., Bone Lick also features the Sundowner Special featuring 12 oz. PBR Drafts for $1. Finally, on Fridays during lunch the 100th customer always receives a complimentary lunch.

In addition to the new late-night menu and weekly offerings, Bone Lick is now offering full catering services. From traditional and international barbecue to southern sides and snacks, Atlantans can now have Bone Lick’s award-winning fare at their private events, tailgates, holiday parties, meetings, and more. No catering job is too large or too small. For more information call Keiran Neely at 404.343.6574 or send him an email at keiran@georgiavillefood.com.  To see the full catering menu, visit www.bonelickbarbecue.com.

Bone Lick BBQ is located at 1133 Huff Road at Apex West Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia and is for open for lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday at 11 a.m. The kitchen offers a late-night menu Monday through Saturday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. The bar stays open until 1 a.m. Monday through Thursday, 2:30 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and until midnight on Sundays. Parking is available on the street and in a large parking deck accessible by an entrance located between La Urbana and Bone Lick BBQ. For more information call 404.343.6574 or visit www.bonelickbarbecue.com. Stay connected on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/BoneLickBBQ and on Twitter and Instagram at @BoneLickBBQ.

CYPRESS STREET PINT & PLATE’S 6TH ANNUAL PIG ROAST

August 28th, 2013 | Events, News | 0 Comments

Cypress Street Pint & Plate will host its annual end of summer pig roast this Saturday, August 31, 2013 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Now in its sixth year, join the Cypress team on the patio for a day filled with fantastic fare, ice-cold SweetWater brews and a live music. Of course, a pig roast is nothing without its star attraction – the 100lb. succulent, whole hog, that Cypress will once again smoke overnight for everyone’s feasting pleasure.  This year the pig roast is a FREE event to attend and you will be able to purchase individual plates of pork and the fixings or anything off of the regular Cypress menu.

Located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, Cypress Street Pint & Plate is a throwback to when the drinks were always cold, the food was always hot, and the bar-staff knew your name. With fourteen beers on tap, forty bottled selections, and a fully stocked selection of wine and spirits, Cypress has become a favorite neighborhood haunt. Cypress Street Pint & Plate is located on the corner of 6th street and Cypress Street at 817 West Peachtree, Suite E-125, Atlanta, Georgia. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. until 2:20 a.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2:30 a.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. until midnight. For more information, please visit www.cypressbar.com or call 404.815.9243.  Stay connected on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CypressStreet and on Twitter at @cypressstreet.

SIDEBAR CELEBRATES 10TH ANNIVERSARY

August 23rd, 2013 | News | 0 Comments


After a decade of great eats, good times and many nights to remember, the team at Sidebar is pleased to invite patrons, new and old alike, to help them celebrate their 10-year anniversary during an unforgettable street party!  Kicking off at 6 p.m. on Friday, August 23, 2013, and taking over Poplar Street in Downtown Atlanta, Sidebar’s 10th anniversary bash will feature a variety of food and drink specials, games and giveaways, as well as an impressive lineup of live entertainment including a cover band, DJ, carnival-themed performances from The Imperial OPA circus, and much more.  The event is for ages 21 and up and is free to attend.

Kicking off the street party in proper fashion, Bedhead, one of Atlanta’s favorite cover bands will deliver a high-energy live performance featuring favorite 80s and 90s tunes. While Bedhead rocks the house and Sidebar serves up $2 PBRs, $4 Deep Eddy and Deep Eddy Ruby Red vodka drinks, local magician “Howie the Great” will dazzle spectators with his slight-of-hand skills. A DJ in Red Bull’s MXT truck will later take over the soundtrack for the evening and will keep the party going all night long. Of course, it wouldn’t be a street party without snake handlers, fire breathers, showgirls and live body painting. Hungry revelers will receive 10% off all dine-in food orders and will be treated to free Twinkies throughout the night. If that’s not enough to keep revelers entertained, corn hole and other competitive outdoor games will also be available.

Founded in August 2003 by Jose Navarro and Matt “Quickie” Tainow, Sidebar is a true neighborhood institution and a favorite Downtown Atlanta destination to grab a bite and a cocktail with friends, socialize before and after area events, watch televised sporting events and more. Sidebar offers mouthwatering pub grub including Cuban and pressed sandwiches, salads, burgers and pizza along with a premium cocktail selection, craft beers, wine, moonshine, and on tap cocktails.  With a relaxed atmosphere, expansive bar, pool tables, plenty of seating, and a multitude of flat screen televisions, Sidebar has been serving locals, students, sports enthusiasts, travelers and area workers for ten years. For more information, visit www.sidebaratlanta.com or call 404-588-1850​. Keep up with Sidebar on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sidebaratlanta and on Twitter at @SidebarATL.