There's nothing quite like getting a good show with dinner, but unfortunately Cougar Town's only on once a week, and you're already at your ideal weight, and smoking effing hot. Giving you a sexier production with your meal, Fuzion Showcase Lounge.
Opening Thursday in the former music lounge Sugarhill, Fuzion's an all-week provider of entertainment and eats, remodeled w/ an extended stage rocking a huge multi-paneled TV screen where live bands, comedians, and even talented staff members will perform, plus an upstairs "VIP Celebrity Skybar" with a secret button setting off a red light outside that flashes to get you serviced, so it's already working better than your open trenchcoat. Emeril-trained "Chef O'Neal" will be whipping up starters like bacon-wrapped scallops and a white-wine-sauteed hot shrimp cocktail, while entrees range from bistro medallion steak (pressed in black peppercorns), to pan-seared pork chops, to garlic-cream-sauced shrimp they call "Slow & Sexy", also a nickname for DiCaprio in Gilbert Grape. Recurring events include "Brunch & A Movie" Sundays (w/ live jazz afterwards) and comedy on Thursdays & Fridays followed by old-school/R&B, plus every day from 4:30-8pm the chef'll bring out the kitchen to the main floor & cook in the open, and during breaks in any of that action, Fuzion staff's encouraged to get up and show their skills; the owners say they "have to be able to entertain anyone", so clearly they just cloned Max from Saved By the Bell.
Hit the full bar for beers & cocktails like the eponymous "Fuzion" (vodka, rum, melon liqueur, OJ, pine juice, grenadine), then enjoy a stogie in the Cognac/cigar lounge or slide over to the blue-lit/-painted hookah room -- now that you're able to eat delicious, rich dinners every night, it's likely this'll be your only opportunity to be smoking.
1. Fuzion Showcase Lounge
50 Upper Alabama St, Atlanta, GA 30303
Opening Thursday in the former music lounge Sugarhill, Fuzion's an all-week provider of entertainment and eats, remodeled w/ an extended stage rocking a huge multi-paneled TV screen where live bands, comedians, and even talented staff members will perform