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Photo Recap: Atlanta Food and Wine Festival 2014

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And just like that, it was over…

Yes, the 4th Annual Atlanta Food and Wine Festival came like a thief in the night – robbing us of our culinary innocence and leaving us wanting more.

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An Insider’s Guide to the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival

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The countdown has begun…

Less than 24 hours until the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival begins with an opening toast in the lobby of the Loews Atlanta. In its fourth year, the festival has come to represent many things to many people. From shining a light on the city of Atlanta as one of the most prominent culinary destinations in the country today, to bringing together talent from across the Southeast to holistically tell the story of our region through food and beverage – this festival is not to be missed. Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned veteran, our guide to the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will arm you with insider tips to make the most of your weekend in the city.

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The 4th Annual Atlanta Food and Wine Festival Awaits

Reunited and it feels so good…

It’s that time of year again. The time when the South’s culinary elite descend upon Atlanta for what can easily be called the “Food Event of the Year.” Yes, the 4th Annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival takes center stage for 4 days of education, events, curated dinners and the all-important tasting tents that highlight Southern food and drink.

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5 Must-Try Bites for Taste of Atlanta 2013

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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.

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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!


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Angel Brown Touwsma on Cucumber Cocktails, Taste of Atlanta 2013, and On-The-Job Training

Meet Angel Brown Touwsma, the new head honcho over at TofA.

Imagine getting hired for a position in which you only have 3 weeks to learn everything you can and prepare for the one event that defines your job. Talk about pressure. Then talk to the awesome and easy-going Angel Brown Touwsma, the new director for Taste of Atlanta.

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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.

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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

 

 

Neighborhood Discovery: WestSide Midtown

Movin’ on up… to the WestSide.

Centered around Howell Mill Road between 10th and 17th street, the WestSide is becoming one of the next best kitschy-cool neighborhoods in Atlanta, which rivals (or happily reminds you of) other well-known industrial haunts a la the Meatpacking District in NYC or Soho in London. A great mix of restaurants, shops and bars make this neighborhood a top contender for where the Atlanta elite are now starting to prefer to “see and be seen” and can only mean that the addition of a Starbucks location is inevitable. From the gorgeous Anthropologie and Star Provisions family to the coveted Sid & Ann Mashburn stores, there is something for everyone in this understated part of town. Read on for an inside scoop on some of the best food spots in the area for whatever mood you’re in.


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