Whether you’re just having a crappy day or you’re out having fun with friends and family, it’s never a bad idea to grab a late-night snack. Well, it’s usually a bad idea. But you deserve to #TreatYoSelf every now and then!
Grab a drink
Grab a drink with a coworker or a friend after work this week. We recently published a list of “7 places to drink beer outside the perimeter” to help you unwind after work without having to deal with Atlanta traffic.
Dad’s Garage Theatre Company is laughing their way through the election season. “While the current political climate may frustrate you, for us it is a magical comedy well that never runs dry,” they say in promotion of “Democracy Achieved.”
The scripted “ode to the perfection of American politics” promises to poke fun at more than Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Through Nov. 5. $12.50-$18.50 (online), $14.50-20.50 (online and at the door). Dads Garage Theatre, 569 Ezzard St., Atlanta. Dadsgarage.com.
Art over Dinner
Lexus and Serenbe have teamed up to present a series of dinners with “artists, personalities and the organizations that support their work.”
Willy Miller’s Non Sequitur comic strips are distributed to hundreds of newspapers. In 2014, Wiley was named Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year by the National Cartoonists Society.
The Atlanta resident will joint guests for dinner, which will be provided by Homespun, on Oct. 16.
6 p.m. Oct. 16. $85. The Art Farm at Sereenbe, 10455 Atlanta Newnan Road, Chatt Hills. Serenbe.com/events.
Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller recently released his fourth studio album, featuring “My Favorite Part,” a collaboration with his new girlfriend Ariana Grande. The rapper may not get much press in mainstream media outside of his new relationship, but he’s gained quite a following among rap fans.
7:30 p.m. Oct. 17. The Tabernacle, 152 Luckie St., Atlanta. tabernacleatl.com.