Chloe Beasley (left) and Aminah Jackson skate with thie aunt Zarinah Dennis at the Southwest Rink at Park Tavern in Atlanta on Saturday, January 3, 2015. For the fifth year in a row, Park Tavern has set up the ice skating rink for thousands of people to enjoy the winter rite of passage. JONATHAN PHILLIPS / SPECIAL
Photo: Jonathan Phillips
Photo: Jonathan Phillips

4 things to do in Atlanta today: Southwest Rink at Park Tavern, Three date ideas on Buford Highway

Four things to do around Atlanta on Tuesday, Feb. 16:

1. FEATURED
There are only two days left to enjoy Southwest Rink at Park Tavern, one of the only open air ice rinks left in the city. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy this city treasure. [You'll be ready to eat after burning all of those calories on the ice. Here are some of the Westsides' best dining and drinking deals.]

2. FREE & CHEAP
Did Valentine’s Day leave you with empty pockets? You can still enjoy a romantic night on the town with these three date ideas on Buford Highway. [Save-the-date: You won't want to miss the Moe's and Joe's BBQ pop-up this Wednesday and Thursday in Virginia-Highland featuring your fill of barbecue pulled pork, chicken, red slaw and more.]

3. FOOD
When the clock strikes 5, head straight for Cook Hall in Buckhead to enjoy Punch Out, a boozy punch a small plate special that runs from 5 until 7 p.m. Bar seating only. [Think you know who has the best burger in Atlanta? Cast your vote here and see if it rings true.]

4. FAMILY-FRIENDLY
Enjoy Georgia Aquarium’s Me and Mommy ticket discount now through Mar. 31. For only $39.95, you’ll receive an adult general admission ticket and up to four children’s tickets (ages 5 and under). [Looking for some evening activities to spark their young minds? Here are some must-see children’s productions that are taking stage across Atlanta.]

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