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Taste of Atlanta Food Festival Oct. 25-27

2013 October 23
by Susan Asher

Taste Of Atlanta 2012Over one day or three, you can sample food from more than 90 metro Atlanta restaurants, watch cooking classes and imbibe in cocktails, wine and beer.

There will be Southern classic dishes from D.B.A. Barbecue, South of the border-inspired fare from Mi Cocina, fresh Japanese fusions of sushi and steak from Amura Sushi, and signature tastes from Atlanta’s neighborhood favorites, including Marietta’s Seed Kitchen & Bar, Virginia Highland’s Original El Taco, Edgewood’s Fox Bros. BBQ, Decatur’s Chai Pani and many more! Within six blocks you can explore different culinary experiences from Metro Atlanta.

Taste of Atlanta will kick off the food-filled weekend on Friday, October 25 with a block party themed Atlanta’s Taste Revival: Local Chefs, Smokin’ Jams. Guests can join local celebrity Chefs Ron Eyester, Ford Fry, Kevin Gillespie, Kevin Rathbun, Robert Phalen and more for an evening of live Southern rock music from Parker Smith and the Bandwith, bountiful booze and the best bites in the city. Select restaurants, including Gunshow, One Eared Stag, Rosebud, Bocca Luppo and Rathbun’s, will be onsite to serve up their signature dishes.

Taste coupons are used to purchase food from participating Atlanta restaurants. Menu items are valued at 1, 2 or 3 taste coupons.

General Admission and VIP tickets for the event October 25-27 include 10 taste coupons. Additional taste coupons can be purchased: 10 taste coupons for $10 or 20 coupons for $20.

Tickets are $30 in advance (available online or at various stores around town) or $40 at the event.

The event site is in Midtown at Tech Square and encompasses 5th Street from Techwood to West Peachtree Street, and Spring Street from Biltmore Place to Armstead Place.

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