Woodstock GA, 11th Congressional District, Driving Mamma Lindsey, kith/kin: Another adventure … Woodstock Ga. Who knew!! On 11.13, we ventured up into the 11th Congress District. Truly I am not sure I had ever heard of Woodstock Ga, but they must have a really good town planner, because it is delightful, charming and interesting. I think it fits the definition of New Urbanism to the core. I will return!
We ate at Canyon Burger which was good but I wish we had ventured out and found a local restaurant.
John Wieland’s Woodstock Downtown was really nice.
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ICE MARTINI & SUSHI BAR: And I happened to see this in the Downtown development . I was wondering if it was one of those 5 degrees bars where you rent a coat, etc. No, but actually it looks fun. And there is one in Buckhead, too. Add Ice to my list.
Welcome to downtown Woodstock’s coolest spot. ICE Martini Bar is a little piece of Buckhead right in the heart of historic Woodstock, GA. Clean, airy, and ultramodern, it’s like no other place in town. Named for the tiny crystals of ice that form in a truly perfect martini, ICE reflects the fact that the smallest details are often as important as the whole experience.
Offering signature sushi and tapas, handcrafted cocktails, creative desserts and more, ICE—just like its namesake—changes in appearance depending on the time of day. Dinnertime draws a mixed casual and professional crowd enjoying a laid-back classic rock soundtrack, while later on we transition to classic pop and cocktails. On the weekends, after 10, the dance floor fills up with well-dressed ladies and gentlemen dancing to contemporary pop and hip hop, but the lounge atmosphere means conversation has a place, too.
Danny and Peggy Snow are the husband-and-wife team behind ICE. Danny, originally from the cold climates of New Brunswick, Canada and Peggy, a native of the cool tropics of the South Beach area of Miami, Florida, decided to fuse their backgrounds together to create the ICE concept.
$142.4 Million, 1969 Francis Bacon Triptych, Most Expensive Artwork Ever Sold, Christie’s Auctions, NYTimes.com: I think these buyers need to have their heads examined. Seriously!
It took seven superrich bidders to propel a 1969 Francis Bacon triptych to $142.4 million at Christie’s on Tuesday night, making it the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction. William Acquavella, the New York dealer, is thought to have bought the painting on behalf of an unidentified client, from one of Christie’s skyboxes overlooking the auction.
Seven bidders battled for 10 minutes over Francis Bacon’s “Three Studies of Lucian Freud.” The 1969 work in three parts, hanging on the wall, was purchased by a dealer’s unidentified client.
The price for the painting, which depicts Lucian Freud, Bacon’s friend and rival, perched on a wooden chair, was more than the $85 million Christie’s had estimated. It also toppled the previous record set in May 2012 when Edvard Munch’s fabled pastel of “The Scream” sold at Sotheby’s for $119.9 million and broke the previous record for the artist at auction set at the peak of the market in May 2008, when Sotheby’s sold a triptych from 1976 to the Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich for $86.2 million.