Farm to table, indeed.
Farm Burger Opens
What: Athens-based Farm 255’s new downtown darling serves up 100 percent grass-fed beef sourced from local ranchers.
Why: The quinoa veggie burger ($7) and snacks like pickled eggs, house-made corn nuts, and fried chicken livers ($2-$6).
When: Sun.-Thurs., 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 11:30 a.m.-midnight.
Where: 410b W. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur (404-378-5077).
Strawberry Fields Forever Dinner
What: Sample chef Ron Eyester’s five-course, prix-fixe ode to the seasonal fruit for $38 ($58 with wine pairings).
Why: Cardamom- and fennel-crusted ahi tuna, twice-cooked Maple Leaf Farms duck leg, and — you guessed it — strawberry shortcake.
When: Wed., 7 p.m.
Where: Rosebud, 1397 N. Highland Ave., Virginia Highland (404-347-9747). Reservations required.
SCAD Style 2010
What: A ten-day lecture, workshop, and exhibition series covering a variety of topics (architecture, fashion, fibers, furniture, and interior design).
Why: Guest speakers like DwellStudio founder Christiane Lemieux and House Beautiful editor-at-large Robert Rufino.
When: Mon.-May 6. Schedule online at scadstyle.com.
Where: 1600 NW Peachtree St., Midtown. Admission is free.
Eugenia Kim Sale
What: DC readers get exclusive early access to the millinery master’s vintage-inspired cloches, caps, and fedoras at up to 45 percent off.
Why: Giddyap and grab that Poppy equestrian number and a floppy sun hat.
When: You’re sweating through another summer music fest.
Where: Online at swirl.com.
Tasha Hussey Designs
What: The locally crafted, ecofriendly jewelry line makes its e-commerce debut.
Why: Chunky cuffs ($58-$149) with vintage embellishments and Italian Lucite disc rings ($22) in pink, aqua, and cream.
Where: Online at tashahusseydesigns.com.