Margaret Cho at Laughing Skull: Friday, August 23, 2013
Watch out! Margaret Cho's in town. And she's bringing her raunchy self to the Laughing Skull this weekend. Try to catch one of her unforgettable performances as she riffs on sex, politics, race, from her unique perspective. Careful though. There's a real strong chance of the show being sold out. She's a popular gal. The show starts at 8:00 PM
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Pancakes at Southern Art
The ideal breakfast is pancakes. And a really, really great place to get them is Southern Art at the Hotel Intercontinental in Buckhead. Take a copy of the New York Times with you and enjoy them with a good pot of coffee and some OJ. $15 per person. Don't forget to get your parking validated.
Girl with a Pearl Earring at High Museum of Art
The Vermeer classic, Girl with a Pearl Earring, is on display at the High; this marks the first time the painting has shown in the Southeast. Focused on the Golden Age of Dutch painting, the exhibition also features works from Rembrant van Rijn, Frans Hals, and Jan Steen. The show starts at 10:00 AM
Time for an afternoon sleep...
Farm Egg at Empire State South
It's a little bowl of heaven, with crunchy rice at the bottom and topped with a sunny-side up egg. Think of it a crucible for the chefs at Empire to experiment with their magic. Because what's in the middle changes by season. Sometimes beech mushrooms. Sometimes house-made bologna. Sometimes squash blossoms. Flavors blend. Everything locally sourced. Always good. Start out with the melons and peppercorn salumi. Pair with a pinot grigio. Then order a syrah, and the farm egg. A great meal.
Margaret Cho at Laughing Skull
Enjoy!! The show starts at 8:00 PM
Charcuterie at Ecco
It's the best bar in town. A huge oval that's at the same time unassuming and sparkling. Pull up a seat next to somebody new and stike up a conversation over a cutting board of chartcuterie. What to order? One. Mortadella. Fine-ground pork and pistachio. Two. Finocchiona. Pork Salami with Fennel Seed. Three. Gorgonzola Dolce. Sweet gorgonzola from Italy. Yum! Before you order, have yourself an old fashioned to settle into the night. Pair the charcuterie with whatever the bartender recommends. They know!