November 15 - January 20
Skate the Station is open until January 20, and you’ll be able to ice skate on the largest rink in the southeast, then hang around at peep the 50-foot decorated tree and hit fake-snow parties on Atlantic Station’s west side.
Cost: $17 - $59
November 29 - December 29
Old Fourth Ward
Miracle on Monroe and Sippin’ Santa both began a few days ago, but tonight is the beginning of Miracle on Highland, and that means Parish will be your third option to indulge in some of the most Christmas-y cocktails you ever wanted to drink, along with custom-designed holiday stemware, contests over whose holiday sweater is the tackiest, and general good cheer.
Cost: Normal cocktail prices
The Atlanta History Center’s Candlelit Nights is where you’ll hear holiday stories based on Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa, holiday songs from an all-female acapella group, improv comedy, popcorn- and garland-making, candle dipping, holiday-cardmaking, a bonfire, an 1861-styled tree lighting, and even some historical context from 5:30-9:30pm.
If you’re tired of brunch not including barbecue, tacos, and Christmas, you should hit the Foxeria del Sol Brunch, held at the Cheshire Bridge Taqueria del Sol, in collaboration with Fox Bros., and of course St. Nick, at 11:30am today. There will be red and green Christmas tamales, insane/delicious mash-ups like the hatch chile pork roll with cheese eggs and brisket hash, bloody marias, and all those things.
Cost: Pay for what you eat