Saturday, August 18, 2012

Art at the Academy Theater; Sunday, August 19, 2012

Here's what you do Sunday, August 19, 2012.

See the 1998 Tony Award winner, Art, at the Academy Theater on Sunday at 2:30.
So, your friend Serge just bought a painting for $20,000.  The thing is, the painting is a white canvas, with white paint on it.  That's it.  Nothing else.  Now, Serge has always been pretentious.  But, this might be taking the cake.  It's time to talk to Serge.  Go find out what happens in Art on Sunday at 2:30p at the Academy Theater in Decatur-Avondale Estates.   The 1998 Tony Award winner, Art is a French comedy from Yasmina Reza.  Tickets are $20 at the door.  Sunday is the last showing, so be sure to make it there!

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Here's what you do Sunday:

First: Start out the day with a cup of coffee and CBS Sunday Morning.  We totally love this show!!  If there's only one thing you watch during the week, this should be it.

CBS Sunday Morning recently released their  iPhone App.  Check out this review.

Second: Picasso said sun in my belly is what made him create.  One thing's for sure.  Sun in my belly on College Ave will make your belly happy.  Go there for Brunch on Sunday.  Order the quiche of the day, or a bowl of berries, or Kirkwood breakfast.  It's all good.  ($15 per person)

Have the berry bowl at Sun in My Belly.

Quiche and grits at Sun in My Belly.  Yum!

Third: Art.  Go check it out at the Academy Theater in Decatur.  $20 per ticket.

Fourth: Nap.  You've had brunch.  You've watched Art.  It's Sunday.  It's time for a nap.  Follow the perfect bed rules.

Finally:  Iberian Pig for dinner?  I think so.  It hustles.  It bustles.  It's got amazing cocktails, and wonderful tapas.  From IP, on the meaning of their name:

"The Black-footed Iberian Pigs that roam Spain create some of the most sought after cured meat in the world, Jamon Iberico. Only recently imported into the United States, we are one of the select few restaurants in the country that serves the acorn fed Iberico ham from Spain. To preserve the integrity of Jamon Iberico, we slice the ham in view of our guests on a imported mechanical proscuitto slicer from Italy. Served with toasted ciabatta and espresso aioli, this item is truly a signature of the restaurant."

Start out with an Iberian Old Fashioned.  Then a small plate.  I love, love, love the manchego mac & cheese.  Also try out the cabrito carbonara.  So, so good.  Be adventuresome, and give it a try.   ($40 per person).

Have Sunday Dinner at the Iberian Pig.
Cabrito Carbonara.  Slow roasted goat, chitarra pasta in carbonara sauce with Benton's bacon, fresh cream, and poached egg.

Book Keeping:

For two people.

Brunch: $30
Art: $40
Nap: $Free
Dinner: $80

Total: $150

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