November 1st at 151 Locust

Our normal November event is at another of our favorite places, 151 Locust, the great co-working facility in Avondale Estates. Being the wonderful friends of the startup community that they are, they have kindly agreed to provide some free beer, wine and snacks for us!

As always, we will start at 5pm, and will go until 9:30ish.

If you’re coming, please help us get the word out: tell your friends, tweet about @atlsuds, and sign up on Plancast.
See you there!

Details

Date November 1, 2011
Time 5:00pm until 9:30(ish) — drop in anytime
Location 151 Locust
Address 151 Locust St., Avondale Estates GA 30002
Parking There is plenty of free parking behind the facility and on the street.
Directions
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Special Event: The Atlantic Startup Community Happy Hour

The Atlantic magazine

In addition to our normal October and November events, we have a special event this month: a happy hour with The Atlantic magazine. This is a great opportunity to hobnob with interesting folks, and to meet and promote our Atlanta startup community with a national magazine.

The Atlantic magazine is planning a major profile of Southern startup communities. For their research, they are going on a week-long tour of the South, which you can read more about here. Come join the group and chat with Alexis Madrigal and Sara Rich from The Atlantic.

We will be meeting on Oct 25 at The Barrelhouse, the new tavern on 5th Street, near the ATDC. There will be free food, sponsored by Mailchimp. We will start at 6pm, and will go until 9:00.

The event is free, but space is limited. If you’re coming, please sign up at Eventbrite. Then, please help us get the word out: tell your friends, tweet about @atlsuds, and sign up on Plancast.

This event is co-sponsored with our good friends at the ATDC, Startup Riot, and Startup Chicks.

Please note, we will still be holding our regular event on Tuesday, November 1st at 151 Locust. Watch for updates.

See you there!

Details

Date October 25, 2011
Time 6:00pm until 9:00 — drop in anytime
Location The Barrelhouse
Address 22 5th Street, Atlanta GA 30308
Parking There is parking in a surface lot at 5th and Spring, in the parking decks behind the ATDC and on the street.
Directions
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Special Events

We’ve got some awesome events coming up at Startup Drinks over the next couple of months. In order to bring you all this concentrated awesomeness, we’re going to deviate from our normal schedule a bit. (Normally, we keep our schedule consistent — the first Tuesday of every month.)

Mark your calendars, and watch for updates!


Date/Time

Event

Location
Oct. 25, 6pm Special Event: meet The Atlantic magazine The Barrelhouse
Nov. 1, 5pm-9:30(ish) November Startup Drinks 151 Locust
Dec. 14, 6pm Holiday Party (with ATDC and Startup Chicks) Georgia Tech Hotel

We look forward to seeing you there!

October 4th at Ormsby’s

FutureMedia Fest logo

Our October event is sponsored by FutureMedia Fest, which is one of the most comprehensive new media/technology conferences in town. Thanks to their generosity, we will have plenty of free appetizers available.

We will be meeting at one of our favorite places, Ormsby’s, a cool speakeasy in the West End, not far from Georgia Tech. We’ll be in one of their basement rooms, probably near the bocce court.

As always, we will start at 5pm, and will go until 9:30ish.

If you’re coming, please help us get the word out: tell your friends, tweet about @atlsuds, and sign up on Plancast.

Our Sponsor

Georgia Tech’s FutureMedia Fest – the must-attend event exploring media‚Äôs disruptive power on people and business – is just around the corner! Speakers include:

Joel Lunenfeld, Director of Global Brand Strategy, Twitter
Dan Darling, CIO, Turner Broadcasting System
Bill Hoffman, Executive Vice President, Cox Media Group
Matthew Hong, Vice President and GM, Turner Sports
Jon Fasman, Atlanta Correspondent, The Economist
Michael Tavani, Co-Founder, Scoutmob
Trish Jones, Chief Emerging Technologies Officer, Turner
Catherine Jamal, Social Media and Website User Experience, CDC

FutureMedia Fest’s interactive mash-up of talent, ideas, trends, and technology will explore such as Media Molding Business Models, Media Revolutionizing Sports Entertainment, Media Around the Globe, Entrepreneurship in a Noisy World, Future of Marketing in a Hyperlocal World, Computational Journalism, How to Get Elected, Future Commerce, Game Changers in Health, Civic Engagement Through Social Media, Next Generation Emergency Response, Future of Learning, Gaming: Changing Platforms, Changing Players, Film in Georgia, and “people’s choice” discussions.

Passes still available. See full schedule at futuremediafest.gatech.edu

How to Find It
If you’ve never been, Ormsby’s is a bit tricky to find. Hint: it’s in the basement, under the Room & Board furniture store. Look for the secret door:

Ormsby's Secret door

See you there!

Details

Date October 4, 2011
Time 5:00pm until 9:30(ish) — drop in anytime
Location Ormsby’s, downstairs.
Address 1170 Howell Mill Rd (at the intersection with 14th Street), Atlanta GA 30318
Parking There is plenty of free parking in the White Provisions covered parking deck.
Directions Check here