January is almost over so time to plan your February events. From Mardi Gras to Super Bowl Parties, there is always something happening in the ATL.
Sunday, February 3rd is the Deadwood Saloon's Super Bowl Bash. They will be showing all the games on all the TVs, all day long. Reserve your table at least 30 minutes in advance to get a good spot for the 6:30pm kickoff. The Deadwood has 15 hi-def TVs and 1 giant screen upstairs to watch your Atlanta Braves, Hawks and Falcons.
66 12th Street NE, Atlana, Georgia 30309 - 404.671.4290
Friday, February 8th head down to the Hand in Hand to register for the 3rd Annual Beads & Booze Bar Crawl. Walk to 6 bars in Virginia Highlands in beads and enjoy a complementary Mardi Gras themed drink or shot at each bar (ex: hurricane, hand grenade, etc). Participating bars & restaurants include Neighbor's Pub, Hand in Hand, Limerick Junction, Dark Horse Tavern, Diesel and Atkins Park. Tickets are $20 and include admission, hosted drink/shot at each bar, great food and drink offerings and a raffle.
752 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
Saturday, February 9th Buckhead hosts their own Mardi Gras Crawl. Come dressed in your beads and drink like you’re in NOLA! Participating bars with food & drink specials East Andrews, Andrews Upstairs, Stout Irish Sports Bar & Pub, Stagecoach, Park Bench, Churchills British Pub, Pool Hall and 5 Paces Inn. Tickets include 6 complimentary New Orleans style shots/drinks and beads. When you are done crawling head to Andrews Entertainment District for the post party sponsored by SoCo Cherry.
Andrews Entertainment District - 56 East Andrews Dr, Atlanta, GA 30305
Saturday, February 16th is the 4th Annual Polar Plunge at Lake Lanier Islands Beach & Water Park. Are you “Freezin’ for a Reason”? The Polar Plunge is the largest fundraising effort benefiting Special Olympics. Many states across the nation participate in this annual event through the efforts of their Law Enforcement Torch Run program. Its purpose is to simply raise funds to enhance Special Olympics’ mission. Participants collect pledges in exchange for the opportunity to jump into the icy waters of Lake Lanier. All proceeds collected by “plungers” will benefit the athletes of Special Olympics Georgia. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume, highest fundraiser, highest fundraising team, and more. For those who do not love the Polar Bear habitat, they will have areas to keep you warm – such as heated areas, warm concessions, and fun souvenirs. Click here to register or visit www.PolarPlungeGA.com for details!!