Spring is finally here and what better way to celebrate the season than by putting on your favorite hat and enjoying lunch under the tent at Piedmont Park with some of the city’s most influential residents. Join the Piedmont Park Conservancy Center as they show off Piedmont Park’s newest landmark, the Legacy Fountain, and engage in a provocative discussion during their 15th Annual Landmark Lunch.
- NAME Anastasia Simon
- BIO Born and raised in New Orleans, Anastasia Simon has spent the past three and a half years making Atlanta her home. With a degree in textiles and apparel merchandising from Louisiana State University, Anastasia dabbled in public relations, fashion show production and visual merchandising before going back to her first love, writing. When she’s not busy researching and writing stories for Haute Living, or any one of the other publications that she regularly contributes to, Anastasia can usually be found checking out Atlanta’s burgeoning fashion and art scene, consuming copious amounts of coffee, and hunting around thrift stores for her next great fashion find.
Artcles By Anastasia Simon
Pay tribute to the one day each year intended to inspire appreciation for the Earth’s natural environment while supporting an environmentally responsible local designer at this month’s Fashion at Five featuring Amy Bubes Jewelry at The Mansion on Peachtree.
While bartenders open beers and pour drinks, the knowledgable ladies and gents at these local haunts mix some of the most delectable, handcrafted cocktails that have ever passed your lips making them worthy of the title mixologist. This weekend skip the hotel bars and ultra lounges and pay these master mixers a visit at some of the best places to enjoy a cocktail from Buckhead to Decatur.
Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend but an exquisite set of pearls are the calling card of a true lady, and every lady knows that no one does pearls like Mikimoto. Join the wonderful staff at Mayors Lenox Square for a special showcase of Mikimoto couture cultured pearl jewelry tomorrow, April 19, 2011, from 5 p.m.-8p.m.
With its crispy, herbed exterior and succulent, tender interior, its easy to see why prime rib pleases palates from the family dinner table to the most expensive restaurant in town. Although some may argue about which side dishes best compliment this primal cut of beef, no one will argue that these restaurants are serving up some of the best prime rib in Atlanta.