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Chef’s Table at Eleven
What: Close the doors to your private dining room, take a seat at the harvest table, and let chefs prepare a delectable feast for up to ten right in front of your eyes.
Why: You can custom design the menu — from a gourmet Southern barbecue to a seven-course feeding frenzy.
When: Mon.-Thurs., 6-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sun., 6-11 p.m.
Where: Loews Atlanta Hotel, 1065 Peachtree St. NE, Midtown. Reservations (required) to 404-745-5745.
Trashwater’s Art Benefit
What: Mixed-media works by local (James O’Donnell, Marcy Starz) and national artists, plus DJ beats, raffle prizes, and cheap drinks to raise funds for the Atlanta-based nonprofit providing clean water in urban areas and developing nations.
Why: All proceeds go to Trashwater’s latest initiative in Nicaragua.
When: Fri., 7 p.m.
Where: Mint Gallery, 145 Sampson St., ste. b, Old Fourth Ward (404-946-8982). Admission is $8.
Mardi Gras at Parish Foods & Goods
What: Stuff yourself with all-you-can-handle roasted pig, red beans and rice, New Orleans sammies, king cake, and Abita beer.
Why: Dance it off to live tunes from NOLA’s Charlie Wooton and Zydefunk.
When: Sat., 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: 240 N. Highland Ave. NE, Inman Park. Tickets at 404-681-4434 ($35) or the door ($40).
What: Take a laugh-out-loud trip into the worlds of celebrity culture and awkward family dynamics with Chris Craddock’s witty production.
Why: Plenty of insider jokes (can’t leave out MARTA) and an impressive, floor-to-ceiling digital screen backdrop.
When: Thru Mar. 19.
Where: Dad’s Garage Theatre, 280 Elizabeth St. NE, ste. c101, Inman Park (404-523-3141). Tickets online ($6-$21) at seatadvisor.com or at the door ($14-$23).
Photo: Heidi Geldhauser of Our Labor of Love