The Braves help singles score dates

Special accomodations for those on the prowl

Cuerno, Chef Ricardo Ullio's Midtown-based foray into traditional Spanish cuisine, celebrates the running of the bulls, minus the horns. From July 7-14, Cuerno serves a herd of food and drink specials. Glasses of sangria go for $5 each, or groups can gang up on $20 pitchers. Pintxos (Basque tapas) are $4 per order. Video footage shows highlights from the actual running of the bulls. Cuerno's festival ends July 14 with a special wrap-up party featuring an evening of free tapas and live flamenco performances.

THE 411: July 7-14. Cuerno, 905 Juniper St., Midtown. 678-904-4584, www.cuernorestaurant.com.

FOUR-COURSE JAZZ

Coincidentally, Trois is giving us three happenings to consider this summer. Live jazz has a home at the bar. The Ike Stubblefield Trio finds its groove on Wednesdays through Saturdays in July. Mixologist Eric Simpkins is unveiling a cocktail list with new libations such as the Georgia Mint Julep (peach-infused brandy, simple syrup and mint leaves). Hungry guests can plan ahead by checking out the Trois Web site and printing a coupon entitling diners to four courses for $40.

THE 411: Trois, 1180 Peachtree St, Midtown. 404-815-3337, www.trois3.com.

BRAVE AND SINGLE

Baseball-loving singles unite at Turner Field for Braves Singles' Night. The $25 ticket allows guests seating in the special Singles' Night section in the Golden Moon Casino Pavilion, entry to a pregame party and two drinks (soda, beer, wine or margarita). The pregame party, which takes place in the Golden Moon Casino Patio at the Top of the Chop, starts just after 5 p.m. and runs until game time (7:10 p.m.).

Singles mingle, enjoy prizes and dance to the sounds of a live DJ. Drink tickets must be used at the pregame party. A cash bar serves additional drinks.

THE 411: $25. 5:10 p.m. July 3. Turner Field, 755 Hank Aaron Drive, Atlanta. 404-249-6400, www.ticketmaster.com.

LATIN EXPLOSION

A pre-Fourth of July celebration July 3 ignites Eclipse di Luna in Dunwoody. It kicks off at 7:30

p.m. as Armando Bermudez performs flamenco guitar, while flamenco dancers stomp, click and twirl. DJs Fernando and CarlitoNova follow by spinning Latin and international dance music. Guests fill up on drink specials like $3 bottles of Dos Equis beer, $5 Rio D caipirinhas and $6 Absolut vodka cocktails. If photos of last year's bash are any indication, expect an elbow-to-elbow, cosmopolitan-dressed crowd.

THE 411: 7:30 p.m. Eclipse di Luna, 4505 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Suite 11, Atlanta. 678-205-5862, www.prproductions.net.

— Jon Waterhouse

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