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5 Must-Try Bites for Taste of Atlanta 2013


Don’t take on TofA without this list

Midtown’s culinary free-for-all returns to Tech Square with the 12 Annual Taste of Atlanta. Ninety+ restaurants will be vying for your tickets and stomach muscles with heavily curated offerings that’ll show you what their establishment is all about in just one bite.


3 Days in 3 Minutes: Atlanta Food and Wine Festival 2012

3 Incredible Days in 3 Minutes

With just 2 weeks to go, we thought you might need a little reminder for why you need to purchase your tickets to the 2013 Atlanta Food & Wine Festival before they’re all gone!


Food Trucks Roll Into Piedmont Park for the Atlanta Street Food Festival

Everybody! Everybody! Get’cha roll on!

Over the past year, the Atlanta food truck scene has had its hurdles. Wrought with permit issues, parking violations, and simply finding a conducive area to sell their back seat treats has been a daunting task. But never count out the little guy.


The 2nd Annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival

Don’t call it a comeback…

It’s hard to believe that we’re less than a month away from the 2nd Annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. The inaugural Atlanta Food & Wine Festival was the ultimate food festival litmus test. After attending several Aspen Food & Wine Festivals and asking themselves why Atlanta didn’t have its own, festival founders Dominique Love and Elizabeth Feichter were faced with the daunting task of creating a culinary event that would showcase and celebrate the food and beverage traditions of the South.


Mother Clucker Fried Chicken Festival

Garnish Photography, Courtesy of Green Olive Media

Clucker rhymes with….

Leave it to one of my favorite New Yorkers in Atlanta, Ron “The Angry Chef” Eyester, to stir up a battle over the best fried chicken in Atlanta. But there is a good purpose, and that is uniting Atlantans in the singular mission of celebrating this Southern staple with the first local festival dedicated to fried chicken – the Mother Clucker Fried Chicken Festival. On Saturday, March 31 from 2 – 6 p.m. Atlanta’s best chefs will fire up the fryers and present their best breaded work in a tented lot next to Rosebud in Morningside. Participating chefs will be encouraged to work with any part of the chicken and challenged to produce their own unique interpretation of fried chicken.


3rd Annual Brew Your Cask Off

It’s like the Playoffs of beer…

Cask ale connoisseurs and college kids just looking to get drunk will descend upon the newly renovated SweetWater Brewery for the 3rd Annual Brew Your Cask Off festival on March 10th. If you’re unfamiliar with the yearly battle for cask ale supremacy, here’s the skinny.


Beer, Bourbon, & BBQ Festival

Brew it. Taste it. Sip it. Pork it.

Yes. You’ve officially died and gone to heaven. Or at least how I picture it would be. If you will, envision a bright light sweeping over you as you’re greeted by angels with horns filled with crispy bacon, ice cold beer, and stiff bourbon. Well get ready to enjoy this out-of-body experience as the Beer, Bourbon, and BBQ Festival soo wees into Atlantic Station on Saturday, March 3rd.


Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

It’s like Sundance and Cannes…only more kosher.

Entering its 12th year, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is set to take to the screens February 8 – 29, 2012. The event is Atlanta’s largest film festival attracting over 26,000 moviegoers and film buffs. This year’s romp is slated to offer 70 films (52 features and 18 shorts); a record number for the 2nd largest Jewish film festival in the nation.


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…


Atlanta Summer Beer Festival

Beer, food trucks, and live music. Did we mention beer?

Quick! It’s a hot summer’s day in the ATL and you’re of legal drinking age, what icy cold beverage do you reach for? If you said beer, then you were right at home at the Atlanta Summer Beer Festival at Masquerade Music Park.


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