Locals We Love at TRACE – benefiting Jerusalem House

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Drag Queens and Celebrity Bartenders at W Atlanta – Midtown’s “Locals We Love” Raising Tips to Benefit Jerusalem House at TRACE NEXT Thursday, July 31

Craft cocktails prepared by your favorite locals – including Liza Dunning, Bill Kaelin, our own Liz Lapidus and Kate Thacker along with emcee Mara Davis - at a hot new restaurant to benefit a great cause. Plus there will be drag queens. What’s not to love? So join all your friends NEXT Thursday, July 31 as the W Atlanta – Midtown presents Locals We Love at its latest eatery TRACE featuring celebrity bartenders slinging drinks with tips benefiting Jerusalem House. And there will be drag queens. So CLICK HERE if you’re coming.

Switch Modern Lecture Series Returns

switchIt’s that time of the month again when you can get up close and personal with a fabulous design team, sip wine and nibble on cheese and hear and see an interesting presentation about design. Switch Modern hosts its monthly Spotlight on Design lecture series NEXT Wednesday, July 30 with the fine folks at McAlpine Booth & Ferrier. You coming? CLICK HERE to let us know.

Don’t Miss – Wonderment Wine Dinner at Watershed

wondermentWatershed is excited to welcome Wonderment winemaker (and former fashion model) Stephanie Cook Sedmak for an evening of delicious food, wine and conversation.  The dinner begins with a cocktail reception with bubbles and gougères, followed by a seated dinner in the private dining room.

Explore five Wonderment Wines, perfectly paired with four courses from Chef Joe Truex.  $79/person plus tax and gratuity.

Seating is limited,  please call to reserve:  404-809-3561.

Save the Date – Return of BeltLine Wine Stroll

wine strollSAVE THE DATE!  The second annual BeltLine Wine Stroll will be Saturday, September 27 and will benefit Friends of Inman Park & The Inman Park Security Patrol. The mile-long wine tasting event will take place along the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine from 1 – 5 p.m. Attendees will visit more than a dozen restaurants and businesses, from Poncey-Highland through Inman Park to the Old Fourth Ward, while enjoying sips of various vinos and discovering new venues along the iconic BeltLine. Tickets will go on sale later this month. 

WonderRoot University Avenue Corridor Art Project – Saturday

UACPAPWE [HEART] ART + COMMUNITY.  And we love all that WonderRoot does for the arts in Atlanta.

The latest example:  This SaturdayJuly 12 at 2 p.m., the organization unveils the WonderRoot University Avenue Corridor Public Art Project – a 90 foot installation along University Ave. and McDaniel St. (and, there will be food trucks and artists workshops).

The project, sponsored by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, has brought the community together to collectively reimagine the blighted area in southwest Atlanta as a platform for economic and social growth.