Weekly Social Calendar

Monday, November 4: The High Museum of Art welcomes “The Art of the Louvre’s Tuileries Garden,” a landmark exhibition that features more than 100 works, some of which have never been seen outside France, and explores the design and evolution of Paris’s iconic Tuileries Garden. The exhibit closes January 19.

Monday, November 4: Get a jump-start on your holiday shopping at Tracery Interiors’s limited-time pop-up shop at Ponce City Market. Open through December 31, Ponce Living by Tracery offers Atlantans a well-edited selection of original art, eclectic furnishings and stylish home accents.

Monday, November 4: Roswell hotspot Salt Factory Pub opens the doors to its sister location, above, in Alpharetta. The new dining destination, complete with an outdoor bocce ball court, is serving up Prince Edward Island steamed mussels, pulled pork tacos, housemade pizzas and many more favorites.

Wednesday, November 6: Pricci rolls out its new prix-fixe regional-themed menu, focusing on northeastern Italian city of Udine. To help embody’s the region’s bold flavor, executive chef Piero Premoli is infusing paprika and grappa throughout the menu. Starts at $29 per person.

Thursday, November 7: Swan Coach House Gallery‘s annual holiday exhibition “Little Things Mean A Lot” once again brings together a coterie of Southern artists. The walls of the gallery will be covered with over 300 small works in a variety of mediums such as painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and ceramics. The showcase closes January 4.

Saturday, November 9: Southern Food Tour hosts an evening of food and libations at Monday Night Brewing in West Midtown. After starting off fireside on the back porch with hot toddies, guests will then indulge in a seated dinner, prepared by chef Joe Schafer of King + Duke and chef E.J. Hodgkinson of JCT Kitchen, in the brewery with beer pairings. All proceeds benefit the Giving Kitchen Initiative. 6:30-9:30 p.m., $85 per person. Click here to purchase tickets.