Social Tuesdays camps out on Midtown Mile

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With Midtown condo high-rises surrounding them, Social Tuesdays moved into Silk Restaurant on Peachtree Street this week.

That stretch of Peachtree provides one of the best examples of the new livability hitting Midtown, with residential units next to retail outlets, restaurants and entertainment venues. In fact, the area is being pitched by civic boosters as the Midtown Mile, a vision for a 14-block stretch of Peachtree Street that calls for a shopping destination modeled after Chicago’s Magnificent Mile and New York City’s Madison Avenue.

imageWith its more than 5,300 square feet of space, Silk provides a menu of steak, lobster and sushi with an Asian flair as the cornerstone of the Metropolis building in the heart of the Midtown Mile. Soft lighting and world music combines with the culinary delights to create an inviting atmosphere. So, too, does an extensive wine list.

View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the event. There’s even more photos at the Social Tuesdays web site.

To see what you’re missing, check out the Project Q Atlanta photo albums from past events:

Social Tuesdays at Silk
Social Tuesdays at Drink Shop
Social Tuesdays at Vickery’s
Social Tuesdays at Wine Bar
Social Tuesdays at Gilberts Mediterranean Cafe
Social Tuesdays at Marlow’s Tavern
Social Tuesdays at Cuerno
Social Tuesdays at Agave
Social Tuesdays at Eros World Tapas Bar
Social Tuesdays at Bluefish
Social Tuesdays at Silk
Social Tuesdays at Spice Market
Social Tuesdays at Steel
Social Tuesdays at Urban Flats
Social Tuesdays at Maxim Prime
Social Tuesdays at Dolce
Social Tuesdays at Wine Loft
Social Tuesdays at Steel Restaurant & Lounge
Social Tuesdays at Gilberts Cafe
Social Tuesdays at Marlow’s Tavern for Election Night
Social Tuesdays at Cuerno
Social Tuesdays at Amore
Social Tuesdays at Maxim Prime
Social Tuesdays at Tongue & Groove
Social Tuesdays at Geisha House

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