Up Peachtree, down Piedmont and around Lenox. Here are a week's worth of dining deals to making your Buckhead life a little cheaper:
Monday – Grab a friend and head to Red Pepper Taqueria's Piedmont Road location where you'll be able to take advantage of their $10 fajita skillet special and $10 pitchers of craft beer.
Not a fajita fan? No worries! The Big Ketch has a $10 burger and brew deal on Mondays featuring your choice of the Steakburger Royale or TBK Veggie Burger, a side item and any beer they have on tap.
Tuesday – Across the street from St. Cecilia, F&B Atlanta is now serving up $25 all-you-can-eat mussels each Tuesday. The special also includes one Hoegaarden beer and an order of pommes frites.
Wednesday – When you're done with work, Katana Teppanyaki & Sushi is waiting for you with $5 New Amsterdam Martinis in a variety of flavors like pomegranate and lychee plus $5 bar bites from 5 to 7 p.m. including Taiwanese S&P Chicken, Shishiso Peppers, spicy tuna on the rocks, edamame, eggplant fries, California roll, crunchy shrimp roll, spicy tuna roll, Kani Jalapeno and crab egg roll.
Thursday – Get your groove and your grub on at the same time at Red Martini. The newly opened upscale lounge offers $6 signature maki rolls (chef's choice) and Roca Patron martinis from 8 to 11 p.m. every Thursday night.
Looking to have a little less dance in your post-work one-person party? Head to Vine & Tap alone or with friends to take advantage of their $10 burger and draft beer special.
Saturday – Before you head out to one of Atlanta's much-loved festivals, take your time sipping $14 bottomless mimosas at Red Pepper Taqueria. The weekend special is available until 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Sunday – Why bask on a sun drenched patio elsewhere when you can Basque in the sun at Gypsy Kitchen each Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m. and indulge in $5 sangria, $4 Tinto de Veranos and 50% off select dishes on open air cocktail lounge?
Bringing your kids along with you to lunch or dinner? Sushi joint Genki allows kids to eat FREE on Sundays when the adult their with purchases a meal.
Eileen Falkenberg-Hull for The AJC