14 Food and Drink Events in Atlanta This Week

14 Food and Drink Events in Atlanta This Week

There’s always something new to experience in Atlanta, but it can be hard to decide. So we have some of the top food and drink events that you should try to get to before the week is done. There’s lots of wine and beer for you to experience, but make sure you have time for the festival that are happening toward the end of the week. It could be worth your time.

Monday, August 28

Drunk Wine School: France Edition | Double Zero | 6:30 pm 

Drunk Wine School is back at Double Zero on Monday, August 28, featuring seven wines from across France! Join bar manager Nick Dolby as he takes guests through the different regions of France. Full food and drink menus will be available for additional purchase. Reservations are required, please call 404.991.3666.

Tuesday, August 29

Bourbon & Bar Bites | Establishment | Limited Time Offer

Start your evening off with the explosive flavors found in the short rib tacos that spice up your life with a drizzle of Franks Red Hot. Cool things down with their fire-charred brussels sprouts, Bentons Bacon, and brown sugar. Pair these delectable bites with a splash of bourbon! Try the traditional Old Fashioned and Manhattan, or try something a bit different with the Boulevardier! This exclusive Experience includes two Items from the Tasting Menu as well as Two Half Old Forester Cocktails.

Winemaker Dinner with Meinard Bloem | Watershed | 6:30 pm

Join Watershed for a special four-course winemaker dinner with Meinard Bloem on Tuesday, August 29. Meinard will be showcasing his selection of Chilean wines paired with a delicious menu from chef Zeb Stevenson. Please call 404.809.3561 for reservations.

Wednesday, August 30

5 Course Mitchter’s Bourbon Dinner | Under the Cork Tree | 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

A 5 course dinner prepared by Chef Derek that will included their famous beers.

Ironmonger Brewery Bundle

Thursday, August 31

Atlas Celebrates Summer | Atlas | 5:30 pm 

Atlas, the acclaimed restaurant located at the St. Regis Atlanta, is now offering a three-course summertime menu through August. Guests can relax in the dining room among the masterpiece art collection or on the expansive outdoor patio and enjoy three delectable courses created by Executive Chef Christopher Grossman. Inspired by the flavors of the season, guests can indulge in summer melon gazpacho boasting seared scallops; pecan grilled rack of lamb; and raspberry hibiscus donuts. Wine lovers can take advantage of two pairing options for an additional cost.

Cocktails in the Garden | Atlanta Botanical Garden | 6:00 pm

Mix and mingle every Thursday this summer at the most beautiful cocktail party in the city! Explore The Curious Garden at night, enjoy speciality cocktails, live entertainment and many other games and activities during this after-hours social.

Inman Park Food Tour | Atlanta Food Tours | 11:00 am – 2:30 pm

Take your tastebuds on the tour of their life! Food Tours Atlanta is all about the neighborhood and its flavors and Inman Park is THE neighborhood to eat in Atlanta! Home to one of Bon Appetit’s top 50 dining destinations, Krog Street Market and the Internationally acclaimed Atlanta Beltline. Inman Park has it all. It’s where local Atlantans meet, eat and hang out.

Free Wine Tasting | Under the Cork Tree | 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm 

Come in to taste four Terrazas De Los Andes wines: Altos del Plata Chardonnay 2014, Malbec Single Vineyard Las Compuertas 2011, Cabernet Sauvignon Altos del Plata 2015, and Malbec Altos del Plata 2015.

Six Bourbons | Freight Kitchen & Tap | 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Taste six different bourbons at Freight Kitchen & Tap with little bits to eat. It is a great chance to taste lots of different bourbon from different places.

Fabulous French Finds Wine Tastings | The Savvy Cellars | 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Savvy Cellars invisit everyone to join them in their Le Goût Tasting Room for a chance to taste several different french wines from Alsace to Bordeaux to JP. Chenet. They will be sure to delight your taste buds!

Friday, September 1

Georgia Beer Freedom Celebration Tour | Torched Hop Brewing | 7:15 pm – 11: 00 pm

To celebrate this historic day in Georgia Beer history, Beer From Here Brew Tours is going to make full use of the new law! Before, you had to pay for a full tour and tasting to get in the brewery. As of Sept 1st, you’ll then be able to stop at any Georgia Brewery and order a single beer to enjoy, or 4. That’s why on this celebratory tour we will be hitting as many of the Westside area breweries as possible in our scheduled tour time.

Taste of Soul Atlanta (TOSA) 2017 | Mercedes Benz Stadium | 11 am

Taste of Soul Atlanta (TOSA), is a citywide FREE festival that takes place in one of Atlanta’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods. Located at the foot of Atlanta’s new Mercedes Benz Stadium, in the heart of the country’s Soul Food capital, TOSA is the largest festival west of Peachtree St. This family festival celebrates Soul and Southern foods, hosts live music, art, games, and Atlanta’s best people watching. There’s nothing like down home food vendors, beer, cocktails, live musicians, games, new tech displays and family fun!

Sip and Smoke Series | Southern Art & Bourbon Bar | 5:00 pm 

Every Friday, guests can indulge in Bourbon Bar’s Sip & Smoke Series. This exclusive cigar and bourbon special is offered on Bourbon Bar’s covered terrace overlooking bustling Peachtree Street. Guests can choose from a variety of top-tier cigars, then create their own bourbon flight from selected bourbons.

Saturday, September 2

Green Market | Piedmont Park | 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Piedmont Park Conservancy’s Program Department hosts the Green Market, a local farmers market serving Midtown’s population with fresh, clean local food. The Green Market is held Saturdays from 9:00am – 1:00pm from early March to mid-December. Voted one of the top five farmer’s markets in Atlanta by Access Atlanta, Green Market encourages sustainable communities in the most basic way – by providing shoppers with direct access to local farmers and merchants. It’s as simple as that. Local farmers, bakers, sauce makers and hand made goodies; there is something for everyone. While you shop you can enjoy prepared foods and drinks for breakfast and lunch.

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Jerrica is a senior content editor with CulinaryLocal and a recent graduate from Brigham Young University in Utah. She loves books and is very crafty. Her favorite quote is “Books! The greatest weapons in the world. Arm yourselves!”

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