Fall 2018 Atlanta Food Festivals Guide

Fall 2018 Atlanta Food Festivals Guide

With Labor Day just around the corner and some surprisingly cooler mornings, Fall announces its arrival in Atlanta. With that comes a new lineup of festivals in the area. We’ve compiled the food, drink and vaguely food-and-drink related festivals into an ebook for your perusal. Don’t miss out on the fun! Check out what’s nearby or discover a new part of the city, all the while enjoying the best Atlanta food festivals.


We launch Fall off with September. This month we can look forward to a few book and art festivals, with Localmotion and Decatur Bookfest. The Aquarium and Zoo are both hosting fun adult events with Aqua Vino and Sippin’ Safari.  Looking for something a little different, that addresses the guts of the food industry? Head to Altanta Foodservice Expo. Maybe you’re a cheese lover? Well, there is also a festival for you, the Atlanta Cheese Festival.

International Night Market, one of the top Atlanta food festivals this fallOctober

Jumping into October and all the wonderful events leading up to Halloween, Day of the Dead and Oktoberfest, we have the last Alive in Roswell of the season, so if you haven’t been yet, be sure to help send it off with a bang! This is a great family-friendly event which runs every third Thursday of the month from April to October. For the highlights of a fun packed month we have a multiple day festival dedicated to bringing all cultures together from around the world, the Atlanta International Night Market, here you will find 200+ food vendors, music, art performances, and vendors that represent all cultures. Let’s give a loud shout out to the Atlanta Pride Festival and the many parades, events, and festivities that will be happening to celebrate! On the art and music side of things, we have Chalktoberfest and Sweet Auburn Music Festival.  Oh and don’t worry the grilling season isn’t over just yet, Big Green Egg is hosting Eggtoberfest to show crowds of thousands the best techniques and tastes for meals for the whole day! Also, if you realized it’s getting near to the end of the year and you haven’t given back as much as you had hoped, well we have a fun event just for you. Polo in the Pines raises funds forAtlanta Food Fall Festival pediatric cancer research, so come out for a day with the horses, drinks, and music, while helping give back to the community!


Last in our Fall lineup is November. We start November off with Whiskies of the World! Check out Cabbagetown for some music and food with Chomp & Stomp. For those Harry Potter fans out there, Atlanta is doing its Potter Pub Crawl, stopping at the most magical bars in Atlanta, which is sure to be a great time! Need a quick health fix before the holidays really kick in? Well, Atlanta Veg Festival has you covered! This festival is all about the community and helping to support people to become vegetarian/vegan with cooking tips and tricks.

Check out what’s in your neighborhood, by downloading the Atlanta Fall Food and Drink Festival Guide here.

Did we miss any of the important Atlanta Food Festivals this Fall? Check out our Twitter or Facebook and let us know which events we missed.

CulinaryLocal is a marketplace for local food and drink events. Over 200 restaurants, chefs, and hospitality businesses rely on CulinaryLocal to promote and sell tickets to their events. Check out the upcoming food and drink events in the area or look back at past Festival ebooks Atlanta Summer Food and Drink Festival Guide.

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