Nightlife in Atlanta

Movie for Two or Four at Plaza Atlanta Theatre (Up to 40% Off)

Plaza Atlanta Theatre


$20 $11.99


Historic, recently renovated theater screens new releases and cult classics

Two General or VIP Tickets for "Alice in Wonderland" from Atlanta Fusion Belly Dance on Sept. 13 (Up to 56% Off)

Belly Dance Evolution: Alice in Wonderland

Rialto Theatre

$80 $35

As part of the Essence of Belly Dance festival, skilled performers present a belly-dance interpretation of Alice in Wonderland

NBAF Global with Third World and Maxi Priest at The Tabernacle on August 17 at 6 p.m. (Up to 30% Off)

NBAF Global with Third World and Maxi Priest

The Tabernacle

$37 $26


Reggae legends and UN Peace Medal winners join reggae fusion star Maxi Priest—the singer behind "Close to You"—and vocalist Julie Dexter

Brad Paisley at Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood on Thursday, August 14 (Up to 63% Off)

Brad Paisley

Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood

$36.25 $15


Award-winning country singer Brad Paisley takes the stage with rising stars Randy Houser, Leah Turner, and Charlie Worsham

Walker Stalker Con 2014 at The Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart on October 17 or 19 (Up to 50% Off)

Walker Stalker Con 2014

The Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart

$37.75 $19


The stars of AMC's "The Walking Dead" and "Comic Book Men" treat fans to panels, events, and zombie fun

The Texas Tenors at Atlanta Symphony Hall on Saturday, August 9 (Up to 49% Off)

Texas Tenors

Atlanta Symphony Hall

$49 $25


Crossover vocal trio seen on “America’s Got Talent” perform country, classical, gospel, and Broadway hits with homespun cowboy humor

"Jesus Christ Superstar Arena Spectacular" Starring Brandon Boyd, JC Chasez, and Michelle Williams (Up to 58% Off)

"Jesus Christ Superstar Arena Spectacular"

Philips Arena

$57.85 $24.50


Members of Incubus, *NSync, Destiny’s Child, and Sex Pistols tear into Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s groundbreaking rock musical

Lionel Richie: All the Hits All Night Long Tour at Chastain Park Amphitheatre on July 7 (Up to 53% Off)

Lionel Richie: All The Hits All Night Long Tour

Chastain Park Amphitheatre

$85 $40


Legendary singer, songwriter, and entertainer treats generations of fans to the greatest hits of his solo and Commodores eras

Sesame Street Live!: "Make A New Friend" at Fox Theatre Atlanta, September 12-14 (Up to 40% Off)

Sesame Street Live: "Make A New Friend"

Fox Theatre Atlanta

$25 $15


Grover, Elmo, Abby Cadabby, and Cookie Monster learn that friendship is universal when a foreign visitor arrives at Sesame Street

Atlanta Kids Fashion Week: Glam Kids Fashion Show on Saturday, July 26, at 5 p.m. (Up to 40% Off)

Atlanta Kids Fashion Week: Glam Kids Fashion Show

Doubletree By Hilton Downtown Atlanta

$31.74 $19


Rising and established designers showcase their children's ensembles during a family-friendly fashion show

Atlanta Gospel Fest: J. Moss on Friday, August 1, or Vickie Winans on Saturday, August 2 (Up to 56% Off)

JMoss or Vickie Winans at Atlanta Gospel Fest

Cobb Galleria Centre

$26.50 $15


Hear the high-energy musical stylings of J. Moss or, at the black-tie closing concert, the polished vocals of Vickie Winans

"Heart of the King: A Tribute to Elvis" at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre on June 21 (Up to 49% Off)

"Heart of the King: A Tribute to Elvis"

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

$58.70 $30


Winners of Graceland's Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist contest shake their hips on stage in a tribute that spans The King's entire career

"Ghosts of Rock" and Optional After-Party on Friday, June 27, or Saturday, June 28, at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 46% Off)

"Ghosts of Rock"

Multiple Locations

$46.12 $25


A full band soundtracks the story of a corporate boy band visited by the spirits of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison

$35 for a Wine-Tasting Class for Two at Wine Shoe ($70 Value)

Wine Shoe

Castleberry Hill

$70 $35


An intimate boutique wine shop hosts themed tasting classes that aim to help students develop their palates and find new styles to enjoy

Yacht Rock Revue Performing “Purple Rain” at the Legacy Fountain in Piedmont Park on May 16 (Up to 66% Off)

Purple Rain

Legacy Fountain Piedmont Park

$65.64 $25


Yacht Rock Revue covers Prince’s Purple Rain and '70s soft-rock hits in front of Legacy Fountain

Longé Magazine Presents: Atlanta Fashion Week and Music Showcase on Saturday, June 21 (Up to 53% Off)

Longé Magazine Presents: Atlanta Fashion Week and Music Showcase

Hyatt Atlanta Hotel

$64.29 $30


Models show off frocks, bags, and menswear from local and international designers as live music sets the beat

Fresh Beat Band at Fox Theatre on November 9 at 5 p.m. (Up to 40% Off)

The Fresh Beat Band

Fox Theatre

$43.20 $26


Nick Jr. musical quartet take the stage for a summer concert

Standup for Two at The Punchline Comedy Club (Up to 50% Off)

The Punchline Comedy Club


$50 $25


Daily Show correspondent Al Madrigal, Last Comic Standing winner Jon Reep, and other headliners bring the laughs

Dinner Show for One or Two from The Murder Mystery Company (52% Off)

The Murder Mystery Company

The Venetian Room

$60 $29

Professional improv actors invite diners to participate in an interactive whodunit as they enjoy a three-course meal

Select Local Merchants

The name of Executive Chef Joey Riley’s eatery, Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub, celebrates both the restaurant’s colorful decor and its eclectic menu of global comfort food. Having given up a full scholarship to pursue his passion for cooking, Riley worked in some of Florida and Georgia’s top kitchens before traveling to Thailand, a trip whose influences can be seen in his menu—Thai-style beef jerky, chicken panang curry, and green-chili grits all make an appearance. The restaurant also features European classics, such as the dinner menu's chicken parmigiana and pork schnitzel. The brunch menu finds Mexican inspiration in the mahi tostado, complemented by bottomless mimosas that garnered praise from Jezebel magazine. No matter the meal, Chef Riley ensures that his clients eat responsibly; Riley has made a commitment to cooking with antibiotic- and hormone-free proteins, and produce from local farms. Wood-beamed ceilings and a huge brick archway set a rustic scene in the dining area, while studio lighting and hanging lamps lend a touch of modern. Bright yellow walls support colorful abstract paintings that call to mind the restaurant’s name, and long wooden tables support bottles of wine from a host of countries including Argentina, Italy, and Spain.

1410 Dresden Dr NE
US arranges safe, lively walking treks to popular, bustling watering holes in dozens of cities across the United States and Canada. The jovial jaunts have earned ample press for shepherding revelers to multiple bars and clubs throughout the course of a day or evening. At each venue, bartenders regale participants with exclusive drink specials and conversations with sentient beer mugs. Many events are tailored around holidays, such as Christmas and Halloween, or costume-friendly themes such as Michael Jackson and superheroes.

41 Irby Ave NW

In spite of its name, Cellar 56 features more than 56 wines from grape-growing regions throughout the world. The emphasis is on accessibility, though; the bar helpfully sells a number of wines by the half glass, allowing guests to sample a variety of wines for a fraction of the price of a bottle. To make the selection even more accessible, reds and whites are divided into small groups by style. That means that tracking down anything from a crisp, grapefruit-tinged New Zealand sauvignon blanc to a spicy Italian primitivo is as simple as scanning the list. The seasonal food menu of tapas-style small plates demonstrates a similarly eclectic approach. Old-World flavors meet New World comfort in dishes such as the truffle-scented wild-mushroom finger sandwiches on toasted french baguettes. Guinness-braised short rib with whipped potatoes evokes memories of a home-cooked stew and the pan-seared salmon demonstrates a bit more refinement with its coriander-caper glaze. Cellar 56's main seating area seems more like a den than a dining room. Bottles fill the three racks that adorn one wall, presenting diners with a neatly arranged display of wines that stretches from the top of the booths to the ceiling. Dark wooden accents, earthen tiles, and warm lighting contribute to the inviting atmosphere at what CBS Atlanta called one of the Best Wine Bars in Atlanta in 2011.

56 E Andrews Dr NW

When Wine Shoe owners Nora and Shannon Wiley started planning the shop's design, they wanted something that would blend their worldly travels with the historic culture of the surrounding Castleberry Hill neighborhood. The result was promptly recognized by Atlanta magazine, which compared Wine Shoe to a "private wine cellar in France stocked with wines from all over the world."

Today, the facility's floor-to-ceiling wine wall stands as a new challenge to rock climbers and as a stunning backdrop to an assortment of wine-related activities, including classes that drew more than 3,000 total students during 2011. Many of those students gathered around Wine Shoe's 12-foot rustic table, where, sitting beneath a glistening bronze and crystal chandelier, they paired sips with scrumptious hunks of education.

The shop carries more than 150 different wines, the majority of which come from small producers. It also keeps its door open to pooches, as Nora and Shannon's security dog, Beeren, is always looking for new buddies with whom to discuss the nuanced flavors of rawhide bones.

339 Nelson St SW

The Derby Sports Grille Pub's crew of cuisine crafters delivers a capacious menu of pub favorites and beverages. An appetizing arrangement of cheese sticks bathes in a marinara concoction ($6.50), and battered buffalo shrimp inhabit oceans of mild, medium, or hot sauce ($6.95). The deft cooks stack up the Derby Melt, an 8-ounce burger cushioned by marble-rye bread and melted swiss cheese ($8.95), and diners can dollop mounds of barbecue-infused pulled pork and coleslaw on waiting buns ($7.95). Order a mealtime multiplicity of wings engulfed in sauces both classic and inventive, such as teriyaki, lemon-pepper, or sweet and sour⎯all served bone in or out ($6.99 for 6, $7.99 for 10, $13.99 for 20). Any of these meals can be enjoyed with a mug of beer, a glass of wine, or a derby hat filled with cognac.

1155 Hammond Dr

ATL Singles Club has taken the ancient art of courtship to the next level by offering a wide range of dating and matchmaking services. Singles can meet possible partners in a variety of ways that range from low-key singles mixers to scheduled dates organized through one of the on-staff dating experts. The company also hosts speed-dating events at popular restaurants, where daters can meet a handful of other singles while enjoying appetizers and drinks. All events are based on the premise that, in this fast-paced world, it's hard to meet someone, so ATL Singles Club strives to help people jump over the hurdles of traditional dating and get right to the part when sparks start to fly.

Hosted at The Coffee Loft 322 Peter St