Didn’t we tell you the Best of Atlanta party was due to be insane! What an appetizer Blast-Off Burlesque gave, as they toured you through numerous cities and billowed a plea for what they’re really hiding underneath. Cousin Dan put on a helluva show, captivating you with his drawn-out auto tune, basted beats, and psychedelic vocals. Nonetheless, the one-man-band, cross-blend performer of Austin Powers and Napoleon Dynamite — (quite agnate) left the crowd boggled and fist-pumping — and with his bejeweled crotch, the crowd just couldn't take its eyes off of him. DJ Martina is definitely more than McFlyy. She lured the crowd with her house mix, which is sicker than your boyfriend’s two-step!
Thanks again to the amazing winners, inebriated guests, and a few truckloads of food whose scent lingers and says, “Fiend for me.” Although Community Q's barbecue ribs tempted you to slap-yo-momma, Bocado’s deviled eggs could have been the advocate. It’s quite OK, Stir It Up's Caribbean cuisine mellowed it out with their jerk chicken and garlic wings. Not to gloss over Morelli’s bomb.com ice cream, and the Good Food Truck's Indian-flavored rice crispy treats, which were more than delectable.
Before you go crying to your neighbor about how much fun the both of you missed, check out Music Midtown this weekend. You could possibly run into our avid supporters, and get their rundown on the Best of Atlanta party.
Music Midtown. $55 general admission. Saturday, Sept. 24. Piedmont Park. www.musicmidtown.com.