Deals & Events
On Tap: Passover, Karaoke, Graffiti, Wine & MoreBy Christopher Hassiotis
April 14, 2014
Share: Midtown's Ecco (pictured above) hosts its second annual kosher-style Passover dinner on Monday, April 14, with traditional European dishes given a contemporary spin on the family-style, four-course dinner - think saffron matzo balls in spring onion broth, etc. ($40, 6:30 PM; 404-347-9555).
Celebrate: The General Muir is preparing Passover Seder dinners both Monday, April 14 and Tuesday, April 15, with dishes like chopped liver and egg salad, braised brisket, flourless chocolate almond torte, and more ($48/$68 with wine pairing; 678-927-9131).
Dine: From Monday, April 14 through Tuesday, April 22, Lure is serving gefilte fish for Passover. The Midtown seafood restaurant also offers $20 takeout orders which serve four and include with one pound of gefilte fish and a half pint of beet horseradish (404-817-3650).
Save: To mark Tax Day, RA Sushi in Midtown's offering a special "Tax Day Tuesday" event on Tuesday, April 15, extending its happy-hour specials from 3 PM through the entire evening, with more than 35 sushi, appetizer, and tapas selections ranging from $2.25 to $7.75 (404-267-0114).
Pair: Italian Buckhead restaurant La Grotta welcomes Castello di Verduno on Tuesday, April 15, for a four-course wine dinner paired with selections from the Italian winery's cellars. Dishes include a beef tenderloin carpaccio and a mushroom risotto ($75; 404-231-1368).
Sing: On Wednesday, April 16, Downtown's Hard Rock Cafe is offering a free dinner entree to any guest who gets up to sing a karaoke tune during "Sing for Your Supper" with Metalsome, the live-band karaoke act (5-7 PM; 404-688-7625).
Listen: Canoe is launching a new weekly live music series called "Song of the South" to coincide with the return of warmer temperatures, and the first takes place on Wednesday, April 16, with the group Sans Abri performing at the Vinings restaurant's riverside space (7-10 PM; 770-432-2663).