5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: January 31-February 6

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken pop-up at Fox Bros. and wine at Park Tavern
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Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare Tavern

Photograph courtesy of Shakespeare Tavern

Romeo & Juliet
When: February 1-March 3
Where: Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse
Cost: $15 on February 1, $20 on February 2, $26-42 for other days
Details: It’s the 18th anniversary of the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse performing this classic tale of forbidden love. There are two cheaper preview performances on February 1 and 2 and a Q&A session with the cast after the February 11 performance.

First Friday at the High

Photograph courtesy of High Museum

First Friday at the High
When: February 2, 6-9 p.m.
Where: High Museum of Art
Cost: Free after $14.50 museum admission
Details: On the first Friday of every month—hence the name—enjoy an art party and happy hour. Tiny Doors ATL and Indie Craft Experience are dropping in for some creative craft sessions while Atlanta Funk Society performs live music. Get pre-Valentine’s Day dating advice from Dutch Uncle and watch a shadow puppet show featuring Latin American music from Tango Hambre.

Uncorked Atlanta Wine Festival
When: February 3, 12-4 p.m.
Where: Park Tavern at Piedmont Park
Cost: $48
Details: Spend the afternoon sipping more than 50 varieties of wine and craft beer at this Atlanta Sports and Social Club event. There will also be a live DJ and food available for an additional cost.

Tablao Flamenco at Kavarna
When: February 3, 8-10:30 p.m.
Where: Kavarna
Cost: $18 general admission, $20 at door
Details: Feel the fast and upbeat rhythm of flamenco dancing from the comfort of your table. Featuring two flamenco guitarists, Daniel Benitez Perez and Carlos Pacheco, and professional flamenco dancer Ania La Candela, enjoy the show while sipping coffee (or a beer) at this Decatur shop.

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken pop-up
When: February 3, 11 a.m.
Where: Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q
Cost: Varies
Details: Fox Bros. is hosting the best welcoming party Hattie B’s Hot Chicken could get. In preparation for the Nashville-based chain’s highly anticipated Atlanta opening later this spring, the Nashville-based chicken joint will serve up plenty of chicken paired with Fox Bros. sides and a variety of sauces, ranging from mild all the way to “shut the cluck up.”

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