WHISKEY PARK W HOTEL MIDTOWN: Friday night, Phifer was seen partying and later leaving the posh W Hotel in Midtown Atlanta. He wore his fur shoulder sweater and black jean with Jordan sneakers. He was accompanied by his close friends a female entourage.
Press REC and film me. Check it. Like JET magazine. This is my mack daddie vibe I am giving you. In all its splendor. What you think about a boy like me: I am my #1 priority; no falling inlove no commentiment from me. Friday night we won. Phifer; the muse of much top-notch entertainment, perfectly packaged into chic lifestylin and green living. This is the Dynasty AUC era–young with wealthy educations. SpelHouse has arrived at last, and we give off a gilded glare. In the words of Uncle Jay “Remind yourself. Nobody built like you, you design yourself.” –So this shouldn’t come as shocking news: Phifer got ridiculously maximal, blowing past all the rules of being Phifer. This is the return of luxury furs and penthouse homes. As we partied dressed like our true inner feelings. Atlanta was such a casual city, until we introduced elegance to sexy. No-no, Phifer is not your lover–I’m not your friend; I am something every taste maker can comprehend; I–will–pose–for–you. We can pose until the crack of dawn; you’ll read our tweets and get into our Instagrams–a life worth living. And I live. –>Inside Story
CHEF’S TABLE: Last night, Phifer was seen eating and later leaving the posh Einstein’s Metrotainment Cafe in Atlanta. He wore his favorite blacked out Grey Ant Status shades, sheep skin fur and leather sleeved jacket.
We need more, don’t we? Oh. This is- This might be- what do you think of…executive chef Adam Maddox? Clap-clap bravo, dinner was superb at Einstein’s. Oh, please… it’s just- I don’t know- judging from the sound of orders, business is booming. Einstein’s is a nifty venue–it is a trendy spot with very chic decor and dance music fills the place with energy; it is a place the “midtowners” can easily walk to on their way to a concert or Piedmont Park. Einstein’s combines a world-class outdoor patio with a sophisticated bar stocked with Heineken, and interior dining for the most unique space in Atlanta. Inside luxe décor creates a casual, modish atmosphere, highlighted by stylish lighting and rich wood trim. Outside, a large tree-shaded patio beckons, earning Einstein’s the most votes as “Best Outdoor Dining Experience” year after year. The food–one word: magnifique. The menu here is beyond flavorful (the fried okra is the best of all time) which topped this dinner off, No-no this isn’t a question. R.S.V.P. yes to Einstein’s.
1077 Juniper St
Atlanta, GA 30309
Greater Than. Inches taller, tonight we do it for Kodak at Trio Club and Lounge — a Downtown Charleston hotspot that caters to an anxious after-work crowd. Once the drinks start coming, the ties start getting loose. Downstairs you’ll enjoy a mature crowd with live sounds from Quiana Parler & Friends, South Carolina’s musical elite, featuring an extremely diverse musical history of the past 50 years. Parler’s reditions are a fresh spin on the after-hours celebration. While DJs frequent the upstairs club and dance party scene. Dare if you’ve got moves like Jagger. Now go to sleep baby.
Trio Club and Lounge
139 Calhoun Street
Little 5 Points: [explicit word here] another animal attack in Atlanta. Wearing a 70′s bomber jacket looking like an extra in a Doobie Brothers video circa “What A Fool Believes“! Get the car keys and let’s hit the block. Can you imagine a million me’s walking down the block? Looking like that.
Show me–what’s your favorite spot in Little 5 Points? Can I–talk like it’s just you and I? Well, we spotted faux Louis Vuitton sneakers in the vintage store Rag‐O‐Rama (see bottom right photo), and headed straight for the door! Little 5 Points is often described as “bohemian”. Translation: a lot of homeless people, amateur musicians, piercings and tattoos. Five Points is credited with being the indie center of Atlanta–the house of the indie crowd, but many of the shops are a bore. In the past couple of years the pan handlers have become fiercly aggressive resulting in a total buzz kill when you are getting hassled every time you leave a location to visit another. Your thoughts too: don’t touch my fur my dear [Dominique Deveraux voice]. My friends – who have an eclectic taste and artsy flair – insisted we go to Little Five Points to look for clothes, aka peddling nothing better than the stuff you get at Goodwill or Salvation Army but they label it as “vintage”. Or maybe I’m just disppointed we came across some fake sh** at a store that appraises every piece of article they buy from customers. Somebody was sleeping on the job, obviously. I pulled out the Purell and wiped myself down and left. The rest of us will be enjoying our shopping time in Phillips Plaza. With Versace, Gucci, Theory and them. I hope this was helpful.
Little 5 Points
Moreland Ave NE AT Euclid Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Friday night We Won. Phifer to come in at 2nd place–NOT. Get ‘em Ladies. My shades–Los Angeles, My Shoes–Italy, My Team–New York. Murder he wrote–scene set yeah my team set. Coltrane Curtis was one of the many guest that came and supported my hosting gig at the W Hotel (I was not aiming to be the camera man so these are pics from my sectional view). Experiences from my table, and Not to sound pompous (do you see the waiter) I need a shot from a boy to a KING–share a spark with me. Tap into your Ego–that laid back boy wants to come out.
Turning your life into a Soul Train; naughty girls dance, dance, dance! Baby, what’s your phone number–777-9311; but Friday nights we can not be reached. I’m about to turn myself into your ringtone–then go to being paper on your wall. I know I’m talking kind of fast but there is no need to waste time. Come on—come on–come—on; to the W Hotel as Music Artist Wil May host #COOL–which is a weekly series every Friday at Whiskey Park in the W Hotel. Your style is your cover, as us diverse group of cool kids dance to high energy music–the culture of #COOL. –>Inside Story
He is back in Atlanta. New friends. Oh how I missed you Haute Atlanta. Oh how I love you new friends. The table seated a diverse group of cool kids, banker-accounting types, artsy smartsies, and ATL movers & shakers. Fashion and dinner is a reflex for us. And what better way to celebrate having a reflex than to break bread with the fashionable. Ocean Prime, this is grand pretensions dining at it’s best. This place is fantastic and the “it” place to be if you are looking for an upper echelon dining experience. Piano music at the bar. Check. Private rooms equipped with TVs to watch whatever and 4 servers to answer your beckoned call. Check. Wonderful cold Heinekens. Check. Ambiance and decor…top notch. Not to mention my lobster tails, divine! Finally a fresh tasting, nicely prepared seafood restaurant with an ambiance and decor that doesn’t remind my of a large seafood shack while enjoying a beer! This is a nice new addition to Buckhead’s restaurant scene. Ocean Prime has a retro mixed with modern feel.
Lol, hey hey hey, I present to you the pictorial of the event sponsored by Heineken Dark Lager. During the nocturnal hours of October 7th, Novelties of America & Marquis Phifer celebrated a private estate jubilation by the blending of edible regions, nouveau riche curators & mixed Parisian sounds. A diverse set of photogenic sovereigns, and cool, danceable indies gathered as the selected influencers spent one night wrapped in embossed gold and brown mylar; Heineken Dark Lager bottle. Notable guest included; Prince Charles of NaVier, Mychael Knight, BET’s Briana Marie and Ray Cunningham, Concreteloop.com blogger Brian Davis, iCon, Sham Shirley, stylist Jeremy Haynes–omg I’m over all this guest dropping just get into the flicks!!!
The spotlight’s hitting something. 2012 welcomes the birth of Pretty Flacko. So much to do and say, so much to see. Go ahead and polar bear plunge to the new year. We at the corner of “give it to ‘em” and “they don’t want it.” Just a few Georgia peaches chasing down a ocean view, pick-a-boo! Keep it up, we gon show you how we party. The architecture of happiness: When we run off for the weekend and the weightless feeling that accompanies us. The clocks ticking to electric music — solid walls of sound. The darkness seems to soothes me while sipping on a dry spirit. Little Egypt Wavy facing these changes, filled my cup with sauvignon blanc for a toast progress. The DJ booked my honeymoon on the dance floor, the most civilized way to open the doors to dos mil doce.
The Birth of Pretty Flacko New Years Eve 2012 with Sham Shirley –>Inside Story
Filled to the brim with couples, Galleria shoppers and fashionably dressed girls-night-outers, the Grand Lux Cafe gives off a gilded glare – both from the actual 30-foot-high ceilings and a spacious dining room that feels more palatial than cavernous (the resturant comes wrapped in embossed gold Mylar). But the tone here is serious, sober, weighty – service is snappy and personal; booths are deep and romantically dim, lending a comforting aura to the dining experience. This feels like “luxury dinning.” The expansive menu rides the line between fine cuisine and nouveau comfort food, with an overarching Asian influence. This is an encore on encore on encore of another vicarious experience of opulence! –>Inside Story
Oh, this feels like a tour. The Yoko Ono Tour. The platinum french frame team came out to play–sociopolitical frames. Black at it again. Who you wit? Rollses and Maybachs and Gulfstream jets, five-star hotels and Audemars Piguet watches could not keep us Texas boys away from a reunion. Hey, let me speak it into reality! Lastnight, I had dinner with Terrance Phearse (pronounced Fierce) and his silver jewels. Darling, Terrence Phearse is a contributing fashion editor at ESSENCE.com and market editor at The Blay Report. Currently, he “Works It” at InStyle magazine and is a former HarpersBazaar.com, Louis Vuitton, Vibe, Teen Vogue, LuckyMag.com, and Paper Magazine intern. Terrence holds a B.S. from the Fashion Institute of Technology and lives in New York City. Twas wonderful to catch up with my fellow Houston Monarch! –>Inside Story
First of all – I’m totally loving this whole bar hopping thing oppose to a club. Second – I’m loving this Sawyer Park place! Sawyer Park is an upscale sports bar on the East end of Washington Ave. The decor is an elaborate sports theme highlighted by chandeliers made from empty beer bottles.
It even has a private room where middle aged men can be found playing fantasy baseball. This is the spot to be if you want to watch the Downtown Skyline…absolutely sicking! I’d like to say that the dress is “casual” but thats an understatement. I’m all for wearing nice velvet shoes and dress shirts. However, if they do notice anything silly about your clothes, the doorman will stop everything and ask that you “please fix yourself, sir.” I love a good doorman.
+ The weather was perfect – the crowd was a mix of young whippersnappers and older professionals. A lot more Polo and Brooks Bros than the typical Washington bar can stand to allow in – actually a fresh relief from the bedazzled crap you typically see. The one problem you may run into at this place is parking, I definitely suggest VALET!!! This place reminds me a lot of Pulp Fiction, not really the appearance, but the theme. It’s a sports bar with club/lounge-like tendencies–you’ll catch loud tunes and dolled up folks. Oh, Sawyer Park, I love you so. Houston make me proud.
Sawyer Park Sports Bar
2412 Washington Ave
Houston, TX 77007