JEZE September 2011 : Page 21

culture Ice cream photo ©iStockphoto.com/Robert Byron; makeup photo courtesy of Mocha Moon; rare cuts photo by Rob Brinson; cocktail class photo by Eric Westpheling; muffins photo by Frances Shaw; Piece of Cake photo by Angie Mosier; Truffles Café photo by Austin Holt TEN People, places and things we are buzzing about. –T ova G elfond , K elly S Kinner and M arGareT W aTTerS Since life’s a juggling act, Atlanta designer Lori Louis created a line of on-task totes to keep the chaos in one place: Mocha Moon . The col-lection (a fave of former Real Housewives star Lisa Wu-Hartwell)—known for chic exteriors and com-partmentalized interiors— is customized to organize electronics, supplies and cosmetics. Keep your eyes open for the line in depart-ment stores this fall. mochamoon.com If beer and ice cream are a few of your favorite things, we’ve got some exciting news. This month, grab Frozen Pints and enjoy beer ice cream in flavors like peach lambic and cin-namon espresso stout. Available at events and festivals around the city. frozenpints.com Truffles Café has made it its mantra to stay of the moment. The South Carolina-based eatery just unveiled a new name, Truf-fles Grill, and a spruced-up menu stacked with newcom-ers like tequila lime chicken and steak frites. 3345 Lenox Road, 404.364.9050, trufflesgrill.com Shake up your dating life, and check out a cocktail-making class at the National Bartend-ing School of Atlanta in Cobb. For two hours, you’ll get insider tricks for the perfect mojito, cosmo and margarita. Bad date? It’s acceptable to throw back the drinks. 2094 Cobb Parkway, 770.916.1252, nbsofatlanta.com Piece of Cake ’s elegant array of pastel-coated confections have happily satiated Atlanta’s collective sweet tooth since 1985. Now Vin-ings residents can share in on the fun with a location of its own, which opened Aug. 10. Dig into the white chocolate layer cake, and watch all your woes slip away. 3220 Cobb Parkway, 770.643.7770, pieceofcakeinc.com Sink your teeth into some serious steak this month at Park 75 during the Rare Cuts event. Each week, Tuesday through Saturday, Execu-tive Chef Robert Gerstenecker will pull out his big boy knives and offer some of the rarest cuts in the world… think three-foot Tomahawk steaks. 75 14th St. at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, 404.253.3840, fourseasons.com Gone are the days of tie-dye T’s, but tie-dye hair is completely on trend. With celebs like Katy Perry and Lauren Conrad donning multicolored locks, the recently relocated Sunny’s Hair and Wigs offers dip-dye clip-in hair extensions to achieve the ulti-mate bohemian look that can be removed when you’re done. 1745 Peachtree St., 404.355.7077, sunnyshair.com Hear ye, hear ye, Atlantans with food allergies! Say goodbye to cardboard carbs. Get a taste of Frannie’s Gluten Free Muffins (also soy-, dairy-and nut-free) for flavorful, moist muffins in varieties like lemon zest and chocolate chip. Available at select bakeries around Atlanta. franniesglutenfree.com Yes, it’s finally happening. Historic City Hall East, recently purchased by Jamestown Properties (the developer responsible for White Provision), is on its way to becoming Ponce City Market —a sprawling 2 million-square-foot cultural hub, chockablock with innovative restaurants, coffee shops, bars, boutiques and offices. Construction kicks off this fall, with an anticipated finish date in 2014. poncecitymarket.com Our fave everything shop, Anthropolo-gie is offering free, non-commission-based personal shoppers to help you nail your look for any event. JEZ loves Cindy Hunt at Perimeter for her expert stylin’, but the service also is offered ITP at the Lenox Square and Howell Mill locations. anthropologie.com j e z e b e l 21 m a g a z i n e

TEN

Tova Gelfond, Kelly Skinner And MarGaret Watters

People, places and things we are buzzing about.

If beer and ice cream are a few of your favorite things, we’ve got some exciting news. This month, grab Frozen Pints and enjoy beer ice cream in flavors like peach lambic and cinnamon espresso stout.Available at events and festivals around the city. Frozenpints.com

Truffles Café has made it its mantra to stay of the moment. The South Carolina-based eatery just unveiled a new name, Truffles Grill, and a spruced-up menu stacked with newcomers like tequila lime chicken and steak frites. 3345 Lenox Road, 404.364.9050, trufflesgrill.com

Sink your teeth into some serious steak this month at Park 75 during the Rare Cuts event.Each week, Tuesday through Saturday, Executive Chef Robert Gerstenecker will pull out his big boy knives and offer some of the rarest cuts in the world… think three-foot Tomahawk steaks. 75 14th St. at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta,404. 253.3840, fourseasons.com

Since life’s a juggling act, Atlanta designer Lori Louis created a line of on-task totes to keep the chaos in one place: Mocha Moon. The collection (a fave of former Real Housewives star Lisa Wu-Hartwell)—known for chic exteriors and compartmentalized interiors— is customized to organize electronics, supplies and cosmetics. Keep your eyes open for the line in department stores this fall.Mochamoon.com

Gone are the days of tie-dye T’s, but tie-dye hair is completely on trend. With celebs like Katy Perry and Lauren Conrad donning multicolored locks, the recently relocated Sunny’s Hair and Wigs offers dip-dye clip-in hair extensions to achieve the ultimate bohemian look that can be removed when you’re done. 1745 Peachtree St.,404. 355.7077, sunnyshair.com

Hear ye, hear ye, Atlantans with food allergies! Say goodbye to cardboard carbs. Get a taste of Frannie’s Gluten Free Muffins (also soy-, dairy- and nut-free) for flavorful, moist muffins in varieties like lemon zest and chocolate chip. Available at select bakeries around Atlanta. Franniesglutenfree.com

Yes, it’s finally happening. Historic City Hall East, recently purchased by Jamestown Properties (the developer responsible for White Provision), is on its way to becoming Ponce City Market—a sprawling 2 million-square-foot cultural hub, chockablock with innovative restaurants, coffee shops, bars, boutiques and offices. Construction kicks off this fall, with an anticipated finish date in 2014. Poncecitymarket.com

Shake up your dating life, and check out a cocktail-making class at the National Bartending School of Atlanta in Cobb. For two hours, you’ll get insider tricks for the perfect mojito, cosmo and margarita. Bad date? It’s acceptable to throw back the drinks. 2094 Cobb Parkway,770. 916.1252, nbsofatlanta.com

Piece of Cake’s elegant array of pastel-coated confections have happily satiated Atlanta’s collective sweet tooth since 1985. Now Vinings residents can share in on the fun with a location of its own, which opened Aug. 10. Dig into the white chocolate layer cake, and watch all your woes slip away. 3220 Cobb Parkway,770. 643.7770, pieceofcakeinc.com

Our fave everything shop, Anthropologie is offering free, non-commissionbased personal shoppers to help you nail your look for any event. JEZ loves Cindy Hunt at Perimeter for her expert stylin’, but the service also is offered ITP at the Lenox Square and Howell Mill locations. Anthropologie.com

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