4 things to do in Atlanta today: Sandy Springs Restaurant Week

Four things to do around Atlanta on Tuesday, Nov. 3:

Dine well on a discount during Sandy Springs Restaurant Week. Now through Nov. 8, enjoy specially priced menu selections created by each of the almost 20 participating restaurants[Start planning your reservations now.

Visit the Carter Center and-- weather permitting -- take a free walk through the grounds to see the Circle of Flags from all 50 states, a rose garden, Japanese garden and koi pond. While you're there, head over to the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum to see an ostrich egg ornately decorated with rhinestones, lace, presidential seals and a golden eagle on top by folk artist Barbara Frye depicting a miniature scene of a Cabinet meeting. The egg sits on a musical base that plays "Hail to the Chief." The museum costs $8 for adults; children under 16 are free. [Find more museum oddities around Atlanta]

Enjoy BBQ Tapas + Trivia at Smokebelly BBQ in Buckhead. Guests can partake in half-priced BBQ tapas every Tuesday from 4 to 10 p.m. The evening really gets going when Dirty South Trivia begins at 8 p.m. [Play trivia every night with this neighborhood guide to Atlanta's trivia nights.]

Take your princes and princess to see Rodgers and Hammerstein's " Cinderella" at 7:30 p.m. at Fabulous Fox Theatre.  Tickets for the Tony-winning musical start at $33. [Read more about the fresh take on the show in an AJC interview with Douglas Carter Beane]

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