Happenings/Events Eats and Beats

Published on August 11th, 2015 |

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Eats & Beats coming to Buckhead Theatre Thursday evening

Where Peachtree Road meets Roswell Road in Buckhead there will be an evening of food, drinks and music at the Buckhead Theatre Thursday night (Aug. 13) with the name of Eats & Beats, according to The Dish by Melissa Libby, the online report of what is happening in the restaurant world of Atlanta.Dishj from Mellissa

“It is an evening crammed full with food from top restaurants, open bars, popular Yacht Rock Review playing The Beatles covers, chef bands and a unique silent auction,” according to Libby’s The Dish.

“One ticket is all that’s needed to enjoy savories from Buckhead’s The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill, Smokebelly BBQ and a host of Atlanta restaurants, cocktails, wine, beer and entertainment,” Libby reports. “Can’t buy me love, but guests can spring for vacations, chef dinners, art by gorillas and chimpanzees and other silent auction items because event proceeds benefit Children of Conservation and The Giving Kitchen.”

Purchase tickets for the 7-10 p.m. event in advance for $75 each ($85 at door). VIP ticket ($150) adds privileges, but Libby does not say what added privileges.

Speaking of music….

Flip Burger boutique in Buckhead.

Flip Burger boutique in Buckhead.

Libby also is dishing up some information about live music this summer with the Butcher’s Cut burger, fry side sampler and N2 shake at FLIP burger in Buckhead. The burger boutique is now offering live music on Friday and Saturday nights as well as Sunday afternoons that segue into evenings. Be sure to follow FLIP on Facebook for updates!

Tin Lizzy’s a GRACE award finalist

Buckhead’s Tin Lizzy’s Cantina is a finalist for the 2015 GRACE (Georgia Restaurant Association Crystal of Excellence) Distinguished Service award, along with a restaurant further up the road in Sandy Springs named Ray’s on the River, Libby reports in The Dish. .

“The two offer totally different dining experiences yet both share an intense desire to serve their communities — contributions noticed by their peers,” Libby writes. . All award finalists are peer nominated, and winners are decided by the GRACE Academy, which consists of all past GRACE nominees and current Georgia Restaurant Association (GRA) members.

Award winners will be announced at the GRACE Awards Gala on Nov. 1.

For more from The Dish by Melissa Libby go here and wander through her PR agency’s web site.

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