Sinless Coronaritas Recipe:
1 12 oz can of lemon-lime soda (7-Up, Sprite, etc)
12 oz of Sinless Margarita Mix
12 oz of your favorite tequila
1 12 oz bottle of Corona beer
Makes 4-6 servings. My friend Hope made these last week at a pot luck dinner and they were amazing. They go down super easy and a little too fast
Best Traditional Italian- Trattoria Il Localino
Brennan and I were invited to celebrate one of my friend’s birthdays at this quaint Italian jewel in the Inman Park neighborhood. The tiny dining room atmosphere is crazy unique with celeb photos papering the walls from floor to ceiling and crazy hat’s hanging from a pho fire-place. The owner and executive chef is very old school and spends most of his time milling about the dining room rubbing elbows with happy guests. The food was absolutely delicious. I started with a caprese salad and then had a special that included meat, cheese and spinach filled tortellini dressed with a hearty bolognese sauce. This was not a quick meal but it sure was entertaining when the staff grabbed loads of crazy hats and dressed all the guests for a sing along to the YMCA. We will definitely be back as this was one of the best Italian meals I have had in Atlanta. I would not recommend going with a large group because they don’t do separate checks and give you a hand written check (very old school).
Brewery Tours & Beer Tastings
Craft breweries are popping up right and left in Atlanta. Most of the local breweries have free tours and inexpensive ($10) tasting programs. Sweet Water Brewery is the staple in the local craft beer scene but others such as Red Brick and Red Hare are going strong. Each brewery has a different niche from live music to yard games. Brennan and I checked out Red Brick for the first time a few weeks ago and absolutely loved the tour and had a blast playing ping-pong in the tasting room. Word on the street is that two new breweries will be popping up in the next few months!
Fox Hall Resort & Sporting Club
Ditch the hustle and bustle of ATL and head South of the city for some Fox Halling (the term for ultimate relaxation at the resort). Fox Hall Resort & Sporting Club, a 1100 acre outdoor haven, has something to do for the whole family. Activities include, a clay shooting course, driving range, horseback riding, archery, atv riding, fishing, hiking, kayaking, yard games and so much more.
D.B.A. Barbecue - Summer Specials
Monday- Manly Monday $1 PBR & Other Things
Tuesday- 1/2 Price Bottles of Wine
Wednesday- All you can eat ribs, wings, pork and select sides for $14
Thursday- Movie Night & TV Dinners – follow @DBAbarbecue for details