This Thursday: Happy Hour for Walking with K. Peasey!
What are you doing this Thursday? Oh really? Hmm. May we suggest alternate plans?
How about joining the awesome folks at the Kyle Pease Foundation at a happy hour for the kickoff of KFP running season at Gordon Biersch Brewery instead?
I don’t know about you, but I enjoy LOUD CHEERING as much or more than anybody.
Go Kyle Pease!
TODAY: Dtox (by Flywheel) Grand Opening!
TALK ABOUT A HAT TRICK!
Flywheel and DryBar have always been a dynamic duo in the West Paces shopping center – I mean, what better than a chi chi la la butt-kicking workout, followed by a professional blowout? I mean, I can’t think of much.
Until I learned that my FAVORITE healthy juice joint opened up right in between them. It’s basically the best day of my life.
Even better still – they are having a party to celebrate the opening…TONIGHT!
Dtox #2 Grand Opening this Thursday 5-8pm!
Including big giveaways from Urban Body Studios, Sally B’s Skin Yummies, Chaos Conditioning Studio – Interval Fitness Evolved, 2U Medical, Skin IQ Medspa & Store, Buckhead and MORE!
Congrats, Dtox! Can’t wait to visit you in your new digs!
Puppy Love at the Westin Buckhead (2/15)
Lauren and I are going to this on the 15th with our puppies – wanna join us??
We hope to see you there! Don’t forget to RSVP! :)
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Raw Fish + Booze…
…are two important staples in my diet, so this event at STEEL Restaurant & Lounge in Midtown is right up my alley.
Sounds like a great time!
STEEL Restaurant & Lounge
950 West Peachtre Street NW #255
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
So This Sounds Pretty Amazing…
On November 20, Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q will host fellow pitmasters, Griffin Bufkin and Harrison Sapp of St. Simons Island’s Southern Soul Barbeque for a Coastal South-inspired dinner. For $55, ‘cue lovers will enjoy a true taste of the South with everything from Fried Oyster Deviled Eggs to Spare Ribs, Pulled Pork and Chicken. (Um, YUM!)
The evening will start at 6:30 p.m. with outdoor camaraderie, libations, passed snacks and a meet & greet with the pitmasters; appetizers to include Fried Oyster Deviled Eggs, Georgia Shrimp Salad Sandwiches, and Chicken Fried Quail. Cigars from Highland Cigar Co. will be provided for all. Guests will then proceed into the dining room where they will be greeted by communal tables and a “warm up” meal including Southern Soul Brunswick Stew and Fox Bros. Green Chili Cornbread. Guest pitmasters, Bufkin and Sapp will entertain the crowd with the story of stew.
Following, will be plates of Southern Soul Spare Ribs, Pulled Pork and Chicken; sides to include Sea Island Red Pea Hoppin John (Southern Soul Barbeque) and Bacon and Blue Cheese Potato Salad (Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q). See full menu below. During the meal, diners will enjoy tales from the pitmasters and a round of Barbecue Bingo, emceed by Southern Soul’s own bingo master, Mark Hanna. To round out the evening, host, Justin Fox will be making a Buttermilk Pie with muscadine sauce and vanilla bean whipped cream.
Fried Oyster Deviled Eggs Wild Georgia Shrimp Salad Sandwiches
Chicken Fried Quail
The Warm Up
Southern Soul Brunswick Stew Green Chili Cornbread
Southern Soul St. Louis-style Spare Ribs
Southern Pulled Pork
Smoked Chicken Thigh
Sea Island Red Pea Hoppin’ John Bacon and Blue Cheese Potato Salad
Buttermilk Pie with Muscadine Sauce and Vanilla Bean Whipped Cream
Long before there was Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q and Southern Soul Barbeque, Justin, Jonathan, Griffin and Harrison bonded over their similar background in and passion for smoking the finest quality meats. Both began chopping wood and slow-smoking meats around the same time and have since defined their respective forms of barbecue, from Texas-inspired to traditional Southern, both served with homemade sides and sauces. The so-called “barbecue brethren” have also overcome natural catastrophes and come out on top after much hard work and community support. In 2012, a massive fallen tree rendered Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q’s patio and much of the dining space unusable, but with community support, they were able to fire up the smokers only 48 hours later. Disaster struck Southern Soul Barbeque in 2010 when a massive fire broke out, completely destroying the old Georgia pine building, a historic gas station on St. Simons. With overwhelming support from the tightly-knit local community, they rebuilt to the exact footprint while selling hardwood-smoked barbecue from a food truck in the parking lot. Both the Fox brothers and Griffin and Harrison have attended and participated in events such as the St. Simons Food & Spirit Festival, Atlanta Food & Wine Festival and Big Apple Barbecue.
Seating is limited; to reserve a seat for this exclusive pit master event at Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q, visit http://gom.xorbia.com/
My mouth is watering just thinking about this…