What: A talented collective of Atlanta boys emerges with captivating, nostalgic tunes (“Night Parade,” “Southern Charm”) that are tailor-made for your end-of-summer playlist.
Why: Stream the EP or download it for free.
When: You’re ready to fall in love.
Where: Online at quiethounds.com.
What: Mississippi’s first (legally) distilled spirit is a smooth artisan liquor, now available locally.
Why: A dollar from every bottle sold goes to the Music Maker Relief Foundation.
When: Thirst strikes.
Where: Rosebud, 1397 N. Highland Ave., Morningside (404-347-9747); The Family Dog, 1402 N. Highland Ave., Morningside (404-249-0180).
Girls’ Night Out at Turner Field
What: Skip happy hour for a Braves outing complete with patio party, fashion show, and outfield seat. A portion of proceeds benefits the Hudson Family Foundation.
Why: It’s the only time you’ll get away with the white feather boa/baseball shirt combo (provided).
When: Fri. Preparty, 5:30 p.m.; game, 7:35 p.m.
Where: 755 Hank Aaron Dr., Downtown (404-614-1325). Info and tickets ($32) online at braves.com/gno.
Figo’s Monthly Meatballs
What: Keep your taste buds guessing with the pasta haven’s new themed selections.
Why: September spices it up with the pollo piccante (spicy chicken and bell peppers), Firecracker (beef, jalapeno, habanero, serrano chili peppers), and Indian Summer (pork, apricot, spicy curry).
When: You’re feeling ballsy.
Where: Locations online at figopasta.com.
Photo: Sarah Dorio / Courtesy of Quiet Hounds