There’s a nip in the air.EAT Fall Menu at Social RestoWhat: The French-Tunisian restaurant launches seasonal bites (eggplant caviar, rabbit pâté) and traditional clay pot tajine dishes paired with live world music. Why: Couscous night ($25) is every other Saturday. Get North African grains loaded with veggies, chickpeas, and lamb.When: Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. & 5:30-10 p.m.; Sat., 5:30-10 p.m. Where: 12 W. Peachtree Pl., Downtown (404-525-2246).SEE Convergent FrequenciesWhat: Local artists Matt Gilbert, Matt Haffner, and Nat Slaughter celebrate the grittiness of Inman Park, Little Five Points, and Old Fourth Ward with a mixed-media installation using steel shipping containers.Why: Film images, string instruments, wheat paste collages, and field study audio recordings flood your senses. When: Fri.-Sun., 6 p.m.-midnight.Where: Krog St., at Lake Ave., Inman Park. Admission is free.ATTENDThe Tin Man Project Gala and Screening What: The inspirational documentary following musician Barry Brandon’s eighth successful open-heart surgery debuts after a fund-raising fete.Why: Brandon performs after the screening.When: Sun. Reception & dinner, 5 p.m.; film, 6:30 p.m. Where: The Fox Theatre, 660 Peachtree St., Midtown. Gala ($100) and film ($30) tickets at 404-217-3143 or online at theheartfoundationcharity.org.VIEWZenith Opening ReceptionWhat: A nature-inspired collection of foliage, the cosmos, and bird imagery, plus Jake’s ice cream.Why: John Tindel’s giant stunner, “Dream Bear.”When: Thru Oct. 20. Reception, Fri., 7-10 p.m. Regular hours, Wed.-Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Where: Kai Lin Art, 800 Peachtree St., ste. d, Midtown (404-408-4248).Photo: Courtesy of Social Resto Up to 60% off Trunk Ltd.Revive teenage rock ’n’ roll fantasies with Trunk Ltd. vintage album and concert artwork tees. The soft, weathered materials and modern cuts make them fit for (groovy) grown-ups — and they’re up to 60% off on Swirl.