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Eat St. Comes to Atlanta

Atlanta Food Truck scene…it’s time for your close up.

The Atlanta food truck scene has been piping hot for a minute now…this we know. Every week these food trucks descend upon bustling Atlanta neighborhoods to treat the public to their own brand of specialty fare. Menu items that are not only quick and hearty, but are also served out the back of a truck. Classy, right? So we couldn’t have been more happy to find out that the Food Network show Eat St. was putting down stakes in Atlanta for a 5-day stop to feature some of our city’s favorite food trucks.

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MillerCoors 2nd Annual T.A.P. Awards

An evening of taste, appreciation, and prestige…

It’s that time of year again. That time of year when our friends over at MillerCoors pull out all the stops to celebrate those individuals and brands in the bar and service industry, event promotion, and business development. These individuals and brands through their tireless efforts in raising the bar around customer service and innovating aspects of their separate fields will be honored with a night filled with interactive experiences, brand exhibitions, and multimedia engagement.

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Atlanta Chefs in the City

Wine Tasting and Chef Demo in an Intimate Setting…

Want to enjoy a wine tasting and a cooking demonstration by a well-known chef, right in the middle of…Bloomingdale’s? Who wouldn’t? This fall, Grape Crush Productions and Bloomingdale’s are doing just that.  Sample and learn about wines from all over the world, then sit back and watch a lively demonstration Bloomingdale’s state-of-the-art demo kitchen.  

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Taste Of Atlanta: Preview

Tasting our way through Atlanta…

When the gang at Taste of Atlanta asks if you want a preview of what to expect at this year’s festival, the only thing we wanted to know was where to show up… and show up we did. With JCT Kitchen, RiRa, TukTuk and The Barrelhouse all on board to tease us, we discovered that after 10 years, Taste of Atlanta still has it.

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Inman Park Restaurant Week

Eat, Drink, and Be Merry…

Just in time for these wonderful autumnal temperatures, Inman Park Restaurant Week continues through September 25th. Take a stroll through historic Inman Park and stop at any one of the 14 participating restaurants, where you’ll enjoy a three-course, prix fixe menu. The week-long gourmet affair will feature some of Inman Park’s most popular restaurants including Fritti, Rathbun’s, Sotto Sotto, Wisteria, Il Localino, Kevin Rathbun Steak, One Eared Stag, Parish, Sauced, Park’s Edge, Pure Taqueria, The Albert, Victory Sandwich Bar, and North Highland Pub. Not only will you enjoy delectable fare, but part of the proceeds will benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank. In other words, you can’t lose.

Inman Park Restaurant Week | September 19 – 25, 2011

 

 

Atlanta Labor Day Planner

Fun , foodie events for the whole family…

Ah, Labor Day — the bittersweet end of summer made better only by knowing football season is just around the corner. What better way to enjoy the last hurrah of summer than by eating, drinking, and enjoying yourself? Read on for our favorite food-centric ways to celebrate…

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Midtown Restaurant Week

Bring your appetite…you’re gonna need it.

Capping off Atlanta Restaurant Weeks 2011 is Midtown Restaurant Week, August 27 – September 4. Thirty-one. Yes. Thirty-one of your favorite Midtown restaurants are slashing prices like car salesmen in chicken suits to showcase specialty three-course menus throughout the week. With menus for $25 and $35 per person, and even lunch menus at select locations, there’s something for everyone.

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Food Truck Wednesdays in Virginia Highland

 

Put some umph in your hump day…

You see them all over the place – Virginia Highland, Midtown, Buckhead, Atlantic Station, Woodruff Arts Center. Food trucks are increasingly present, and hopefully even more so in the future. It all seemed to start with the King of Pop’s delicious, gourmet popsicles (and with flavors like chocolate sea salt, pineapple habanero, and tangerine basil, of course they’re popular); but now, food trucks are popping up all over the city and there’s no shortage of variety: Korean style tacos from the Yumbii truck, perfectly cooked fries with numerous toppings from The Fry Guy, Southern-inspired gelato flavors from Honeysuckle Gelato’s truck, every hot dog you can imagine from The Pup Truck, delicious Venezuelan stuffed, griddled corn cakes (called Arepas) from the WOW! Truck, and so much more.

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Tales of the Cocktail 2011

I came…I saw…I drank…a lot.

Yes. I remember it like it was yesterday. It was the summer of 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana. A strong, proud, and steadfast city tested by nature over the years with residents embodying the true testament of resilience in the face of adversity. On this true journey of self-discovery the city welcomed me with open arms and introduced me to a mistress named Tales of the Cocktail.

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National Scotch Day 2011

There is no such thing as a bad whisky…

“Some whiskies just happen to be better than others.” William Faulkner couldn’t have been more right. Today the center of the libation world revolves around the best thing to come out of Scotland since The Highlander. That was based on a true story ya know. Yes. I’m talking about Scotch whisky. So raise your glass with me in a toast to celebrate National Scotch Day! Kilt optional.

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