A famiglia affare.
What: STK’s Italian little sister moves in next door with unpretentious, home-style fare like mushroom and fontina flatbread, goat cheese ravioli, and pappardelle with sausage.
Why: The sangria la bianca (Grey Goose La Poire, lime, white cranberry juice, lemon, and Moscato d’Asti) goes down even easier on the patio come springtime.
When: Sun.-Thurs., 5-10:30 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 5-11:30 p.m.
Where: 1075 Peachtree St., Midtown (404-793-0141).
An Evening on the Farm with Quiet Hounds
What: The secret-identity band unmasks for their first live show in a couldn’t-be-more-fitting, clandestine venue.
Why: Snacks by Good Food Truck and The Marlay House, drinks, and cool surprises (they won’t even tell us).
When: Sat. Doors, 8 p.m.; show, 9:30 p.m.
Where: The Goat Farm, 1200 Foster St., bldg. b9, Westside. Look for Quiet Hounds signs. Tickets ($5, cash only) at the door.
What: Land new, gently used, and antique goods for the home and closet (from Moattar rugs to Louis Vuitton and Chanel handbags) at 40-60 percent off retail.
Why: Consignors are still being accepted if you need to clean house.
When: Fri.-Mar. 4. Daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: 764 Miami Cir., Buckhead. To sign up as a consignor, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Burnaway’s Art Crush
What: Bid on dates and services with creatives at the nonprofit online arts mag’s lively party. Think a Braves game and vegan meal with Chris Appleton, as well as a one-year membership to WonderRoot; or a cookout on the BeltLine with artist Mike Germon, plus a custom piece.
Why: Get inked by the renowned Sam Parker in the fake tattoo booth.
When: Sat., 7-10 p.m.
Where: 7 Stages Theatre, 1105 Euclid Ave., Little Five Points (404-523-7647).
Photo: Courtesy of The One Group