Party like it’s 2005.
What: Paul Hagedorn’s photo exhibit documents the 2006 “demolition” of the legendary nightlife district (he got arrested while shooting the pics).
Why: Relive the neighborhood’s glory days with fishbowls from LuLu’s Bait Shack, Mako’s swing girl, and an endless popcorn supply.
When: Tonight, 8 p.m.-midnight.
Where: Tongue & Groove, 565 Main St., in Lindbergh City Center, Buckhead (404-261-2325). Admission is free, 8-10 p.m.; $10, after 10 p.m.
Double Zero Napoletana Opens
What: The team behind The Iberian Pig goes upscale Italian with prosciutto-specked spinach and egg tagliatelle, Pecorino Gran Cru, plus the largest list of Southern-region wines in the city.
Why: Two custom Neapolitan brick ovens (max temp is 1,000°) for pizza with a true taste of Naples.
When: Mon.-Thurs., 5-11 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 5 p.m.-midnight.
Where: 5825 Roswell Rd., Buckhead (404-991-3666).
What: Join master party throwers Dashboard Co-Op at Kai Lin Art for art (duh), booze, music, giveaways, and circus tricks from The Imperial Opa.
Why: Pick up a badass piece from Paper Twins, Johnathan Welsh, or Patrick Flibotte to fill that empty wall space.
When: Tonight, 7-10 p.m.
Where: 800 Peachtree St., Midtown (404-408-4248). Admission is free.
May Day at Serenbe
What: Trade hard-knock city life for a stroll through the countryside, complete with a farmers market, local vendors (Lisa Jill Jewelry, IceMilk Aprons, Tex’s Tacos), photo booth (props included), and baby animals.
Why: Your $5 admission goes to the Chattahoochee Hills Charter School opening in Aug.
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Selbourne Ln., Chattahoochee Hills (770-463-2609).
Grant Park Farmers Market
What: A new spot for locally grown fruits and veggies, organic meats, artisan breads, and popsicles.
Why: The opening celebration includes a seed giveaway and doggie kissing booth (we’re curious, too).
When: Thru Nov. 20. Sun., 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Cherokee Ave., at Milledge Ave., near Milledge Fountain.
Photos: Paul Hagedorn