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22 September 2014

Best Bloody Marys in Atlanta

Bloody Marys, or "snacks" as I affectionately call them, are my absolute favorite cocktail. They are a tall glass of salty goodness, and if there's one on your menu, you can bet I am ordering it. When it comes to Bloody Marys, I am known for ordering a trio of beverages: the bloody, a water, and a coke. Trust me that this trio will make  your brunch adventure that much more enjoyable. 

As a nod to my go-to brunch beverage, I thought I would give you a quick round-up of my favorite Bloody Marys in Atlanta and what makes them so delicious!

Number 1 Pick: 6 Feet Under, Grant Park

This bloody is by far my number one pick. It has the perfect amount of spice, is rimmed in a delicious salt & Old Bay seasoning, and comes with a Guinness floater. Yes, you read that right. Just pour your tiny glass of Guinness right over the top and enjoy. 

Best Bloody Mary in Atlanta

Number 2 Pick: Folk Art, Inman Park 

Coming in a close second is the delicious Mary at Folk Art (my number one brunch pick too). Unfortunately on Sundays, you can't nab this little glass of happy until 12:30, but that hasn't stopped me yet. I love the banana pepper that is gingerly placed in the glass, and the thickness of this bloody can't be beat. 

Atlanta's Best Bloody Mary

Number 3 Pick: The Nook, Midtown

Three words for you: bacon infused vodka. Traditionally, I like my Bloody Marys to be made with gin (called a Red Snapper), but the Nook had me at bacon. This twist gives their bloody a unique taste, plus they offer a super-sized version that is apparently an Atlanta must-try. 

the best bloody mary in Atlanta

So tell me, where's the best bloody in your town? I'm on a mission to find the best one in the whole world!


19 September 2014

Lulie Wallace Tablescapes & Fabric

It's no secret that I absolutely adore Ms. Lulie Wallace. As I've mentioned before, her art is beautiful and the whimsical designs and colors just speak to a perfect southern drawl no less. Over the past few weeks, Lulie has shared bits and pieces of her latest tablescapes & fabric collections, and I am so smitten, that I wanted to share them with you! 

Lulie Wallace Tablescapes


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While Lulie's original tablescape paintings start at $350 (reasonable for someone as well known as she is), she has graciously added prints to her shop so that we can steal the look for less. I am deciding between Slice of Key Lime Pie and Eggs with Audrey, but you can bet your bottom dollar one of them will be added to my gallery wall alongside my custom bouquet here soon. 

Oh, and we can't forget about the fabrics. How beautiful would these be for a girly space? Swoon! 

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See the full Lulie Wallace Collection here, and while you're at it, take a look at her beautiful Charleston launch party.

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