Atlanta Dance's seasoned instructors lead all fitness levels through country western, swing, Latin, and ballroom dance styles in a flexible schedule of group classes. Students embark on an expedition to the pinnacle of grace during a four-week series of 50-minute sessions where experienced guides steer twinkle-toes through winding skill sets, building upon the previous session's moves and secret handshakes. Feet flow within a supportive environment, fostering steadfast rapports among pupils as they conquer salsa's six sultry maneuvers or pay homage to all-American ballroom routines in the foxtrot's intricate choreography. Superfluous curves flee from Zumba's Latin-inspired beats, which chisel abs as hard as diamonds and legs able to roundhouse-kick through a parking meter with heart-pumping swivels and energizing undulations.
Players Sports Bar and Cafe thrills visiting taste buds with classic pub-style dishes, fills ears with musical notes performed live, and keeps eyes busy watching the sporting competitions on televisions throughout the establishment. Show fellow dining companions how much you care by lick-testing every morsel of a shared appetizer such as filet mignon egg rolls alongside plum barbecue sauce ($9.95), or tackle one of 17 wing flavors such as american jerk, thai, or chipotle ($7.95 for 10 piece appetizer or $12.95 for 20 piece entree). A sophisticated patty melt appears swirling a cape of swiss cheese and juggling grilled onion accessories as it stands on debonair rye bread ($9.95 value). Soups or salads and sides accompany primary proteins such as a 10-ounce Angus beef rib eye ($11.95 value) or crab-stuffed shrimp ($12.95 value). Friday night visitors can sweet-talk aloof pool balls into corner pockets while tapping cues to live rock on Fridays and rotating live-music styles on Wednesdays.
With today's side deal, $18 gets you a ticket to one of three upcoming shows at Atlanta Lyric Theatre (a $38.10 value). Performances are held within the beautiful renovated Art Deco atmosphere of the Strand Theatre in Marietta. Since 1980, Atlanta Lyric Theatre's professional musical productions have captivated the imaginations of toe-tappers, whistlers, and daydreamers. Choose one of the following shows:
Phantoms, curses, eerie shadows, and eerie, cursed shadow-phantoms lurk in the wings at Marietta's Theatre in the Square. For $15, today's Groupon gets you a ticket to The Woman in Black, a bone-chilling thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat in all the moments you aren't jumping out of it. Tickets normally range in price up to $33, depending on showtime; this Groupon provides a discount on all tickets, with the exception of some student tix. Your Groupon is good for shows through October 24 (excluding October 15) at 8 p.m., Tuesdays through Saturdays, and 2:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sundays. You must call the box office to reserve the date you want to attend. Your Groupon will get you the best seat available at the time of your reservation.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
During the 45-minute video consultation, a Georgia Billiard Academy instructor leads students as young as six years old through fundamentals and drills while recording the students’ motions from three angles, gauging their skill level, and offering criticism. One-on-one training sessions, where instruction is based on the data gathered from the consultation, include drills and tips that will help students earn street cred in streets where cred is solely based on being good at pool. While GBA's Saturday morning appointments are reserved for junior players, those older than 13 can schedule appointments from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday–Friday and until 6 p.m. on Saturdays.
Founded in 1995 with one location at Chattahoochee Plantation, Universal Tennis Academy has since grown to include seven other locations located throughout the Atlanta area. At the Joseph D. McGhee Tennis Center and Washington Park Tennis Center, tennis pros help developing players hone their skills with focused drills, match play, and challenge ladders, focusing on attitude and work ethic as well as technique. Eight of McGhee's nine hard courts and all eight of Washington Park's courts stay lit in the evening, allowing competitors to play their unresolved matches in the dark without lighting the ball on fire.