Burn Social Club is now CLOSED. FIRST, I’D LIKE TO THANK BURN SOCIAL CLUB AT EAST ANDREWS ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT FOR INVITING MY HUSBAND AND I OUT AND TREATING US TO WHAT WAS THE BEST THURSDAY NIGHT OF OUR LIVES. THERE’S ONLY ONE PROBLEM…
After a FANTASTIC night out at BURN SOCIAL CLUB my husband wants to quit his job and become a musician. He does not play an instrument. We had THAT much fun. We entered the dimly lit Burn through a door inside Czar Ice Bar, all speak easy like, and were greeted by the impeccably well dressed host. Everyone was sharp in Burn, no jeans and t-shirts here. This is definitely a grown and sexy place.
Our host led us to our high table near the bar and the drinks started flowing.
Czar Ice Bar’s Chef Saito Saito oversees the menu. His sushi offerings are incredibly fresh and the rolls are huge. Burn also offers a variety of big salads, flatbreads and entrees like seared tuna and beef tenderloin
Thanks to my blogger buddy Jehan of Jehan Can Cook for allowing me to use her gorgeous Instagram photo of one of Chef Saito Saito’s sushi offerings at Burn
And then there’s the music. The show was opened by Atlanta’s Rat Pack, three crooners that got me in a Vegas frame of mind. These velvet voiced gentlemen gave us all the hits of Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr and Frank Sinatra. The Atlanta Rat Pack will perform at Burn on Thursday Nights.
Cinnamon Groove closed the show covering hits from today (like “Shut Up And Dance”) as well as some oldies from Billy Joel to Bob Marley. Each member of the band is crazy talented, they really make you want to get up and dance. See them Friday and Saturday nights. Cinnamon Groove is the reason my husband wants to become a musician, they are to blame.