5 things to do: Argha Noah's Come to Dinner - October 18 2017
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Journey through chef Zeb Stevenson's consciousness during a seven-course #ThingOfTheDay dinner. The menu will feature the best of Stevenson's #ThingOfTheDay creations, and each dish will represent a menu special from the past. Diners will have the option to pair courses with different wines. Tickets do not include tax and gratuity.
Woodruff Arts Center - 1280 Peachtree St. N.E. Atlanta, GA 30309 $29. 7 p.m.
Jospeh Fink and Jeffrey Cranor join WABE's Myke Johns at the Rich Auditorium at the Woodruff Arts Center to discuss and sign copies of It Devours! A Welcome to Night Vale Novel.
Olmsted Chamblee - 5193 Peachtree Blvd. Chamblee, GA 30341 7 p.m.
Living Walls unveils its latest mural, painted by local artist Sanithna Phansavanh. Attendees will receive complimentary cocktails and light bites, and Ree De La Vega will play live.
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre - 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway Atlanta, GA 30339 $30-$60. 7:30 p.m.
Nick Offerman brings his full mustache to his comedy show "Full Bush' this October. Best known for his role as Ron Swanson on NBC's "Parks and Recreation,' Offerman is also a skilled woodworker.
Argha Noah - 350 Memorial Drive S.E. Atlanta, GA 30312 8 p.m.
Artist-run civic engagement platform Argha Noah has gained a reputation around town for turning vacant buildings into immersive showcases for local art. The showcases are meant to serve local residents not tourists and developers. And the organization's latest event, Come to Dinner, promises an evening jam-packed with not only art, but excellent eats and drinks as well. Guests will arrive at the abandoned Harp Transmission facility to bites prepared by Mike and Shyretha Sheats of the Plate Sale using local, seasonal ingredients with cocktail pairings. The evening also includes live music from DJ Jay Simmons, a poetry reading led by Nicholas Goodly, art editor of the Columbia Journal Online and writing editor of Wussy magazine, and an art installation by artist and scientist Bojana Ginn's light and fiber installation.