All posts of Bethany Clark

Caffeine & Octane Car Show

Can you feel that rumble? That engine roaring? That twinge of euphoria that shimmies up your spine when a perfectly-restored classic car purr past you, stealthy as a leopard? If you haven’t felt that in a while, my friends, then there’s no better place in Atlanta to experience it than at Caffeine & Octane. Caffeine & Octane […]

Chicken & Waffles at the Atlanta Food Truck Park

I recently stopped by the Atlanta Food Truck Park again, and I seriously need to go more often. This place has such a friendly, welcoming vibe, and I’m always torn between at least three food choices. The food truck park is located at 1850 Howell Mill Rd, Atlanta, and since I’ve already written about this place in […]

Indian Dinner with The Learning Tea

I’d like to tell you about a cool fundraising dinner called A Taste of India, hosted by The Learning Tea. Located at Dr. Bombay’s Bakery, Restaurant, & Tea House in Candler Park neighborhood, this three-course vegetarian Indian dinner costs $20 and is hosted on the last Monday of every month, with 100% of the proceeds directly funding […]

Street Art: Murder Kroger

The Kroger supermarket at 725 Ponce de Leon Ave has gotten a super-friendly makeover. Given that it’s nickname used to be Murder Kroger, suffice to say that they’re definitely trying to re-brand. Given that we all know how much I love to gawk at street art, I was only too keen to check it out. […]

Marie Antoinette at Paris on Ponce

This is a picture-heavy post of one of the most stunning pieces of art I’ve seen in Atlanta. It’s a sculpture of Marie Antoinette, created by the team at Paris on Ponce, where it’s been on display for the last few years. It was designed originally in 2012 for “The Next Cool Event” party, for […]

Sips Under the Sea – Georgia Aquarium

As wonderful as the Georgia Aquarium is, if you’re like me, you’ve pretty much steered clear of it because it’s often filled to the gills (pun intended) with children (even though we love the kiddos). If that’s true for you, then you’ll be pleased to know about a new quarterly event at the aquarium called […]

Street Art: Ashley Ave NE

The other day, I was scrolling through the Living Walls website, browsing the map of street art that they’ve done in Atlanta, and I came across one that intrigued me. Since I would be passing that area on my way to Little Five, I decided to stop by. So glad I did! The artist, Fintan Magee, is amazing! From […]

$20 Maine Lobsters at Goin’ Coastal

This is the post where I tell you about a great deal on delicious food. If you haven’t been to Goin’ Coastal in Virginia-Highland neighborhood, it would be very shellfish of me not to highly recommend it! After all, they lavished me with an absolutely scrumptious, sustainably-harvested seafood meal… for only $20. That’s right, on […]

The College Football Hall of Fame

Have you visited the College Football Hall of Fame yet? I don’t think there’s a more interactive place in Atlanta. Even the facade of the building let’s you know it’s not your average bear. It starts off fairly normal: four walls and a roof and all… … and then there’s the part that’s actually shaped […]

Happy New Year 2015!

Hey there, fellow city dwellers, and happy new year! Today is January 1, 2015, and it seems an appropriate time as any to jump back into blogging! I never intended to allow so many tumbleweeds to blow through here since November, LOL, it’s just that life got in the way. I am back with energy, […]

The Georgia Craft Beer Festival

The Georgia Craft Beer Festival celebrated its second installment on Saturday, October 25th at Candler Park, featuring an afternoon of arts, live entertainment, food selections from some of the city’s top food trucks and over 100 craft beers to sample from 30 breweries all over the state. Guests enjoyed the beautiful weather in Atlanta with […]

Apple Picking in North Georgia

Apple crisp is one of my favorite things to eat. The way the pastry and the apples and the cinnamon and sugar melt together just gives me fireworks like Ratatouille experienced in that movie… So, since apple season is upon us (yay!) and this blog is all about getting out there and exploring, I decided […]