BEZORIA ALPHARETTA CELEBRATES IT’S FIRST YEAR WITH A BIG BASH!

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 7/24/17

It’s Bezoria’s first anniversary in Alpharetta with they’re celebrating with Bezoria’s Big Bash! From July 26th to 29th Bezoria Alpharetta will host a huge event with 4 days of free food, a mini bazaar, live music and giving back. It’ll be a food lovers dream! Check out each day’s highlighted festivities below and swing on by for the fun!

 

Wednesday, July 26Bezoria’s Big Bash kick-off benefit night for the Alpharetta Fire Department 1 to 6 p.m. (15% of sales will go to them)! 

 

Thursday, July 27Pita Palooza with FREE chicken or falafel pita sandwiches from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.!

 

Friday, July 28Live music from a local Alpharetta musician from 5 to 9 p.m. and King of Pops!

 

Saturday, July 29Mini-Bazaar with some of Atlanta’s best makers from 11:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and FREE chicken or falafel pita sandwiches from 12 to 3 p.m.!

WINE CONNOISSEUR MAGAZINE WINE FEST ATLANTA 2017

Posted by Liz and John Attaway

On Saturday, August 26th is Wine Connoisseur Magazine’s Wine Fest Atlanta at Mason Fine Art Gallery with two sessions, one from 12 pm to 4 pm and the second from 5 pm to 8 pm. Sample premium varietals from some of the best Georgia wineries, all while music performers and other secret performers keep the party lively during this all-day, all-night wine experience. Session one is currently sold out, but you can choose from either General Admission or VIP from session two. General Admission is $32.50 plus fees, while VIP is $60 plus fees.

General Admission – Session Two – Ages 21 & Over – 6pm

Regular price $55 Limited Offer! 40% Savings- Session two – 6pm until 8pm – Enjoy this upscale fine art & wine tasting 2 hour experience, while sampling premium varietals from some of the best wineries and listening to live music.

 

VIP Admission – Session Two – Ages 21 & Over – 5pm

 

VIP ticket holders enter one hour early at 5pm – Session two – 5pm until 8pm Regular price $75 – save 20% when you buy in advance!– Enjoy this upscale fine art & wine tasting 3 hour experience which includes one hour VIP only tasting, & hors d’oeuvres while sample premium varietals from some of the best wineries and listening to live music.

 

Link to tickets here: https://www.freshtix.com/events/wine-connoisseur-magazine-wine-fest

ATLANTA SUMMER WINE FEST 2017

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 7/17/17

Saturday, August 12th 12 pm to 4 pm

The third annual Atlanta Summer Wine Fest will be held on Saturday, August 12th from 12-4 pm at City Winery. There will be over 50 wines as well as a selection of beer to choose from. Live music and a DJ will be on site, and food will be available for purchase.  The wine list will be added to the website the week of the event. Tickets are now on sale. $45 advance; $50 after August 3; $60 at the door. Sales tax and ticket fees will be added. Tickets can be purchased here: http://atlantawinefestivals.com

YUMBII’S WILL RUN FOR TACOS: A JULY 4TH PATIO POP-UP

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/27/17

 

Visit Yumbii on Peachtree Road for Mexican & Korean-Style Breakfast Tacos,

Hot & Iced Coffee from East Pole, Passionfruit Margaritas & Sriracha Bloody Mary’s

 

On Tuesday, July 4th, Yumbii’s taco shop on Peachtree Road is opening early and lifting its front, sidewalk-facing façade for “WILL RUN FOR TACOS: A July 4th Patio Pop-Up.” The restaurant will be serving a special menu of breakfast tacos and East Pole coffee to-go (or dine-in). Yumbii’s recently opened brick-and-mortar space is located between miles 3 and 4 of Atlanta’s annual Peachtree Road Race. Race spectators, just-finished participants, and general July 4th revelers are invited to visit Yumbii’s patio from 7 am to 11 am for dine-in or to go sips and bites, and from 11 am until 4 pm, Yumbii will serve its regular menu, available here.

 

For this special pop-up, menu options will include Mexican-style breakfast tacos with scrambled eggs, ribeye beef (or tofu), jack cheese, pico de gallo, cilantro + spicy salsa verde OR Korean-style breakfast tacos with scrambled eggs, ribeye beef (or tofu), Sriracha cheese, Yumbii red sauce, red onion + cilantro.

 

Pair breakfast tacos with a hot or iced cold coffee from Atlanta’s own East Pole, or head inside the taco shop for fresh-squeezed passionfruit margaritas or housemade Sriracha Bloody Mary’s.

 

About Yumbii

Founded by Carson Young in 2010, Yumbii is Atlanta’s first and favorite food truck and brick-and-mortar taco shop serving dishes drawing from Mexican, Asian, and Southern flavors. Yumbii’s taco shop is located in South Buckhead’s Brookwood Village at 1927 Peachtree Road NE.  A neighborhood spot for lunch, happy hour, and dinner, Yumbii is open daily from 11am to 9pm. The brand has received an outpouring of accolades over the years, including Atlanta Magazine’s “Best Food Truck,” Creative Loafing’s “Readers’ Choice for Best Food Truck,” and The Atlanta Journal Constitution’s “Best of the Big A.”

 

About East Pole

East Pole Coffee Co. has been providing Atlanta restaurants and cafés with top-notch, locally-roasted coffee since 2015. With a focus on quality and single-origin, in-season coffee selections, the roastery bootstrapped its way out of a Grant Park garage and into partnerships with some of the busiest coffee shops in Atlanta, like 8 Arm and Taproom. East Pole will be opening its brick and mortar coffee bar + roastery in late summer as part of the Armour Yards development in Midtown, at 255 Ottley Dr., two doors down from SweetWater Brewery.

CONDESA LAUNCHES WEEKLY PUPS AND PINTS PARTY ON THE PATIO

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/20/17

Spend Sunday Funday Outdoors with Furry Friends, Coffee, Craft Beers, Cocktails, and More 

 

Kicking Off Sunday, June 25, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.


Atlanta, Georgia –  
Condesa, a local café, espresso and drink shop, is thrilled to introduce Pups & Pints, a weekly dog-friendly mix and mingle at the Old Fourth Ward location. Furry friends and their owners can now enjoy Sunday afternoons on Condesa’s newly renovated, outdoor and dog-friendly patio, while sipping on $4 craft beers and $7 specialty cocktails that will rotate from week to week. With each beer or cocktail purchase, pooches will receive a complimentary all-natural dog treat from Atlanta’s own Taj Ma-Hound.  The event is free to attend with purchase of food, coffee or cocktails every Sunday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.  For more information visit www.condesacoffee.com.    

 

WHAT:      

Pups & Pints on the Patio at Condesa
WHEN:           

Every Sunday beginning June 25, 2017

5 to 7 p.m.

 

WHERE:      

480 John Wesley Dobbs Ave, Suite 100

Atlanta, GA 30312

 

PARKING:

Parking is available along the street on John Wesley Dobbs, on Cain St. across the street or in the free Tribute Lofts parking deck.

 

ABOUT CONDESA:

A welcoming third wave coffee shop with two Atlanta locations, Condesa is passionate about the details and prides itself on hospitality and quality.  Located in Historic Downtown Atlanta and the Old Fourth Ward, Condesa features Counter Culture Coffee, Rishi Tea and sources the finest organic ingredients for its rotating menu of small plates.  Those looking to imbibe can head to the Old Fourth Ward location for an array of signature cocktails, local brews and hand-selected wines. Condesa in the Old Fourth Ward is located in the Tribute Lofts on the corner of Boulevard and Freedom Parkway at 480 John Wesley Dobbs Ave, Set 100 Atlanta, GA 30312.  The Downtown location can be found in newly rehabilitated and award-winning historic Atlanta Daily World building on Auburn Avenue on the Atlanta Street car route at 145 Auburn Ave Ste. A, Atlanta, GA 30303. For more information, call the Old Fourth Ward location at 404.524.5054 or the Downtown location at 678.515.0899, or visit, www.condesacoffee.com.

VEUVE CLICQUOT 10TH ANNUAL NY POLO CLASSIC VIEWING PARTY RECAP

Posted by Liz and John Attaway

There’s nothing better than Polo and Champagne!

On Saturday, June 3, 2017, over a hundred champagne lovers descended upon Atlas, the acclaimed restaurant located at the St. Regis Atlanta, for a special viewing party for the 10th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic. Partygoers mixed and mingled in the newly renovated Tavern at Atlas and on its expansive patio while enjoying lawn games such as life-size Jenga and corn hole, while noshing on bites created by Executive Chef Chris Grossman and Pastry Chef Christian Castillo and sipping on Veuve Clicquot champagne specials. Atlas also live streamed the event that was hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, included Jordan Fisher, of the acclaimed Hamilton cast, singing the national anthem, a live performance by Alicia Keys, and more. For more information, visit atlasrestaurant.com.

SOUTHERN WING SHOWDOWN RETURNS ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 20TH

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/14/17

Some like ‘em spicy, some like ‘em sweet, taste wings from across the southeast

 

 

ATLANTA – Springer Mountain Farms Southern Wing Showdown (SWS) Produced by Taste of Atlanta is back for its second year and plans to bring the heat. On Sun., Aug. 20 from 1-5 p.m., The Foundry at Puritan Mill will host the sizzling event for wing enthusiasts where 25 of the hottest chefs from Atlanta, Savannah, and Charleston to name a few, will debut their most enticing wing recipe.

 

The second annual event promises to be a sensory experience that blends live music, lawn games, wings and spirits for a clucking good time. Known as the ultimate party food, this year’s wings will take center stage, ranging from sweet and mild to fiery hot. Between tasting stops at each station, wing aficionados can play corn hole, snap a photo in the Smilebooth and chow down in a wing-eating contest. Attendees become judges when they cast a vote for the festival’s finest wings, awarding one lucky participating chef with the “Best of Fest” traveling trophy. Reigning champion, Zach Schultz of Savannah’s Cotton & Rye, will make his second festival appearance in hopes of clenching the title once more.

 

“We’re back again this year to give wing lovers another taste of 25 of the most finger-licking wing recipes,” says Dale DeSena, AWF Founder. “Our chefs and mixologists make this one of the best event experiences in Atlanta!”

 

“Early Bird Gets the Wing” for purchasers who secure their tickets by July 7. General admission tickets ($25) include entry at 2:00 p.m. and access to the cash bar, while VIP First Taster tickets ($50) allow for an early entrance at 1 p.m. with special admission into Southern Spirits Lounge with complimentary drinks. Beginning July 8, general admission tickets increase to $30, and VIP tickets to $55. Tickets will be available for purchase online beginning June 5 or at the door if available ($40 for general admission; $65 for VIP). Children 10 and under are free with a paid adult. Tickets can be purchased online at FreshTix or at the door if available. Tickets: http://www.atlantawingfest.net/

 

UPDATES:

On Sunday, August 20, participants are scheduled to include:

Matthew Basford (Canoe); Mike Perez (Donetto); Savannah Sasser (Hampton + Hudson); Scott Smith (Local Republic); Nick Anderson (City Winery); Nick Leahy (Saltyard); Drew Van Leuvan (Seven Lamps); Woody Bach (Table and Main); Brian Carson (The Mercury); Todd Richards (Richards’ Southern Fried); Archna Becker (Bhojanic); Jared Hall  (One Flew South);Brian Meiler (JCT Kitchen); Eric Fulkerson (Bald Headed Bistro); Blake Hartwick (Bonterra); Zach Schultz and Brandon Whitestone (Cotton & Rye); Charlie Loomis (The Feed. Co Table & Tavern); Larry Schreiber (Good Food on Montford); Jason Newman (Barrington’s); Thomas Marlow (Mimosa Grill); Daniel Doyle (Poogan’s Porch); Chris Coleman (Stoke); Edgar Pendley (Urban Grub); Dean Hill (Valhalla) and Michael Kramer (Jianna).

 

The finger-lickin’ wing flavors range from mango chili to Korean gochujang, “Cherryaki,” sweet T brined, pimento cheese and more. 2016’s returning winner Savannah’s Cotton and Rye brings crispy sumac and chile-dusted wings with spiced honey to the festival this year. In addition to one-of-a-kind wings, attendees will get to taste some southern staples including coleslaw, macaroni and cheese, beans and potato salad. These sides will be served along with the classic wing-pairing, celery and carrots. Dessert will be provided by Keith Schroeder of High Road Craft Ice Cream.

ATLANTA UNITED FANS GET 10% OFF AT BEZORIA

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/11/17

Now through August 2017!

 

Atlanta’s favorite fast-casual Mediterranean restaurant, Bezoria is the new hangout for Atlanta United FC fans! On game days through August, fans can bring in their Atlanta United ticket stubs on the day of a home game and get 10% off the entire menu. This includes Bezoria’s famous house-cut fries, freshly baked pita bread, baklava and steak shawarma at both the Midtown and Alpharetta locations. We want Atlanta’s biggest fans to come pregame and postgame with us!

BISTRO 217 WINS PNC BEST OF THE FEST AT THIS YEAR’S ATLANTA FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/8/17

Pawleys Island Shrimp and Grits Takes the Prize with Tasting Tent Favorite Created by Chef Adam Kirby of Bistro 217 + Rustic Table

 

ATLANTA, GA – The seventh annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is pleased to announce 2017 South Carolina Ambassador Chef Adam Kirby as this year’s winner of the PNC Best of the Fest competition. Kirby who is the Executive Chef and Owner of Bistro 217 and Rustic Table in Pawleys Island, SC delighted Festival-goers with shrimp and grits featuring South Carolina Bulls Bay jumbo white shrimp served over iron skillet cream corn grits and Adluh Grits from Columbia, SC. Each ingredient was sourced from South Carolina and North Carolina, including Lee’s Market silver queen corn grown in Aynor, SC and okra and tomato from Inlet Culinary Garden in Murrells Inlet, SC.

For the second year, PNC Bank hosted Best of the Fest contest at the AF&WF Tasting Tents where Festival-goers were encouraged to cast their vote for their favorite dishes throughout the South. PNC was also the presenting sponsor of the Festival’s epic Tasting Tents.

“The flavors of a dish are a reflection of our emotions, and the Pawleys Island shrimp and grits were filled with lots of love,” said Chef Adam Kirby. “I’m so pleased that Atlanta Food & Wine Festival attendees enjoyed the dish and that I was able to share a little bit of South Carolina with them.”

This year’s Tasting Tents explored Main Street favorites, including bakeries, butcher shops, roadside cuisine, and hand-picked Southern purveyors and featured nearly 80 food vendors from Texas to D.C. offering guests the ultimate all-you-can-eat-drink-and-indulge experience.

“We’re thrilled to again partner with PNC to celebrate the best bite from the Festival’s Tasting Tents,” said Festival Co-Founder Dominque Love. “PNC’s Best of the Fest award gives Festival-goers the opportunity to cast their votes for their favorites, which is not an easy task considering the amazing talent participating in the Tasting Tents. Best of the Fest is also a great way for guests to show their appreciation for the passion and hard work that Tasting Tent participants invest in their dishes.”

In addition to receiving the 2017 Best of the Fest title, Adam Kirby will also receive a set of hand-crafted Middleton Made Knives courtesy of PNC Bank. Bistro 217 follows 2016 winner Hattie B’s of Nashville as Best of the Fest.

About Atlanta Food & Wine Festival
Launched in 2010, by Atlanta entrepreneurs Dominique Love and Elizabeth Feichter, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is a four-day culinary experience dedicated to shining an international spotlight on the rich food and beverage traditions of the South from Texas to the District of Columbia. With an Advisory Council of 91 award-winning talent from 13 Southern states and the District of Columbia, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is one part conference and one part party, offering carefully-crafted programs and events to entertain and educate consumers about Southern food and drink. The Festival also celebrates the flavors of other Southern regions around the globe including Southern Europe, South Africa, South America, Southern Hemisphere (Australia and New Zealand) and South-of-the-Border for Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Caribbean. The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is a member of the IWSC Group North America’s portfolio of events.

TALK SOUTHERN TO ME! ATLANTA FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL RETURNS JUNE 1 – 4

SPOTLIGHTING CUISINE, CULTURE + COMMUNITY

ATLANTA – Centrally located in Midtown Atlanta, the seventh annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will bring together more than 180 chefs, sommeliers, mixologists, and pit-masters from Texas to the District of Columbia June 1 – 4 at the Loews Atlanta Hotel. Through in-depth Learning Experiences, all-you-can indulge Tasting Tents, distinct Dinners and Events, and a talented Advisory Council, the four-day event provides guests with countless ways to know the South.

 

Refined Learning Experiences

From the fervent novice to the well-seasoned food and drink devotee, the Festival’s Learning Experiences create the opportunity to relish in specific topics like the Southern breakfast and brunch, street food culture from Southern regions around the world, and quintessentially southern ingredients like peanuts and swamp cabbage. Specific classes include Rare Breeds: Part II in which guests explore rare and limited-quantity bourbons while pairing them with equally special country hams. 82 Turns 35 schools Festival-goers on a rare selection of 1982 Premiere Cru Bordeaux wines, a year many experts regard as the greatest vintage of modern times. Learning Experiences range in size from 40 – 150 people and include technique laboratories, pairing sessions, tasting seminars, and panel discussions plus increased time between classes giving guests more opportunities to connect with talent after class.

 

Tailored Tasting Tents

After a successful relocation last year, Piedmont Park’s Greensward Promenade will once again provide the perfect backdrop for the Tasting Tents, which will now take place on Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoon. The Tasting Tents will continue to take guests on a culinary journey through the region but with added emphasis on hometown favorites, including bakeries, butcher shops, gas station cuisine, distilleries, craft brewers and other Southern purveyors. Tasting Tents will also feature Sommelier wine lounges, a cocktail garden, live music, and interactive food and beverage pairing areas.

 

Distinct Dinners and Events

Themed parties, intimate chef dinners, wine lunches, and Sunday brunch make up the rest of the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival weekend. Educational and delicious, the Festival’s dinners and events continue to take guests deep into the food and drink traditions of the South. Kicking off the 2017 Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is a Louisiana Lunch on Friday afternoon where Festival-goers are invited to celebrate the food and beverage traditions of The Creole State ending the lunch with a traditional Louisiana-style Second Line down Peachtree Street to the Loews. Sunday Brunch will take on a new vibe and a new aesthetic this year as Festival partners, Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) host a Designer Diner themed event. From the greasy spoon favorites to fine dining, brunch will stand out in designer-built vignettes at ADAC, highlighting the most delicious meal in America and its own flavor in the South with traditional comfort foods and international twists.

 

Esteemed Advisory Council

From haute cuisine to hot chicken, the highly-regarded Festival programming is curated by the Festival’s esteemed Advisory Council of 91 award-winning Southern food and beverage professionals. The illustrious group of chefs, Master Sommeliers, and barkeeps brings individualized experience from across the Southern region and a no-holds-barred attitude to sharing their craft. This combination encourages the Council to dig deeper into tried-and-true southern traditions while exploring up-and-coming innovative culinary movements.

 

“What makes Atlanta Food & Wine Festival unlike any other event in the country is the opportunity for attendees to learn the heritage of Southern cuisine from extraordinarily talented professionals,” said Festival Co-Founder Dominque Love. “Our passion is bringing together food enthusiasts, chefs, and beverage experts for a decadent weekend eating, drinking and celebrating the South.”

 

Through the ticket packages, food lovers can customize their Atlanta Food & Wine Festival experience by making it an afternoon, a day or a full weekend experience!

 

Individual Tasting Tent Pass – Designed to take guests on an epicurean journey through the South, the Festival’s Tasting Tents are not the typical Festival tasting experience.  The all-you-can-indulge layout allows guests the opportunity to eat, drink and explore the region’s top food and drink products and chef creations while also celebrating international influences that have shaped our region. $85 per ticket advance purchase ($100 per ticket after April 7)

Day Pass – Day Passes are ideal for curious food and beverage enthusiasts who want to eat, drink, and learn. They include access to Learning Experiences, the Festival Tasting Tents, and class intermission sips and snacks. Friday-only includes access to the Creole State of Mind lunch on Friday. Day Pass holders also receive a Festival gift bag. $150 per ticket advance purchase ($175 per ticket after April 7)

Weekend Pass – If one day isn’t enough (and when it comes to Southern food and drink, one day is never enough!), the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival offers Weekend Passes for guests looking to expand their tastes and minds. Weekend Pass holders will experience Destination Delicious kick-off party on Thursday evening; Creole State of Mind lunch on Friday; Learning Experiences on Friday and Saturday with class intermission sips and snacks; Tasting Tents each day; and Designer Diner Sunday Brunch at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC). Weekend Pass holders also receive a Festival gift bag. $370 per ticket advance purchase ($435 per ticket after April 7)

 

Connoisseur Experience – Created for the serious food and drink lover who wants the best the Festival has to offer, the Connoisseur Day and Weekend Passes are the perfect indulgence.  Connoisseur pass holders will enjoy unique benefits, including access to the exclusive Connoisseur Lounge, which is a favorite gathering spot for the Festival’s Advisory Council and features breakfast, food, and beverage service throughout the day by award-winning talent. The Connoisseur Experience also includes access to Connoisseur-only classes; priority seating at Connoisseur Dinner Series events that are curated by Matt Lee and Ted Lee; Connoisseur Wine Lunch; Masterclasses; fast-track entrance into the Festival Tasting Tents, and a Connoisseur hospitality area in the Tents. The Connoisseur Day pass includes one dinner and the Connoisseur weekend pass includes three dinners.  All Connoisseurs have access to general classes and the Festival tasting tents, and will receive a Connoisseur Gift Bag. $500 – $1,500 per ticket advance purchase ($600 – $1,800 per ticket after April 7)

 

Dinners & Evening Events – The Festival experience continues into the evenings as chef’s, sommeliers, and mixologists come together to curate dinners and signature parties for guests. The Dinners and Events are located throughout the city at private homes, restaurants, and unique Atlanta venues and are designed to showcase the South in unique and intimate atmospheres. $55 – $225 per person, per dinner/event

 

Masterclasses – For the most devoted food and beverage lover, the Festival’s Masterclasses take participants on a two-hour exploration of a specific topic. The 2017 Masterclasses include:

Rare Breeds: Part II – Friday, June 2 ($250 per ticket) – an exploration of rare and limited-quantity bourbons, paired with equally special country ham hosted by award-winning chef Sean Brock and bourbon distillers Drew Kulsveen, Willett Family Estate single barrel bourbon, and Preston Van Winkle, Old Rip Van Winkle.

82 Turns 35 – Saturday, June 3 ($850 per ticket) – a celebration of the famous 1982 Bordeaux vintage with tastings of rare selection of 1982 Premiere Cru Bordeaux wines with impeccable provenance: Chateau Lafite Rothschild, Chateau Latour, and Chateau Mouton Rothschild.

Raw to Real: Convergence of Food, Style & Southern Hospitality – Saturday, June 3 ($100) – a happy hour and class focused on removing distraction from a delicious meal or a beautifully set table, and focusing solely on the simple – raw – elements that go into them, from the vegetables on the plate, to the clay vessel they are served on, to the hand stitched apron you are wearing.

 

Tickets are on sale now. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.atlfoodandwinefestival.com.

 

About Atlanta Food & Wine Festival

Launched in 2010, by Atlanta entrepreneurs Dominique Love and Elizabeth Feichter, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is a four-day culinary experience dedicated to shining an international spotlight on the rich food and beverage traditions of the South from Texas to the District of Columbia. With an Advisory Council of 91 award-winning talent from 13 Southern states and the District of Columbia, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is one part conference and one part party, offering carefully-crafted programs and events to entertain and educate consumers about Southern food and drink.  The Festival also celebrates the flavors of other Southern regions around the globe including Southern Europe, South Africa, South America, Southern Hemisphere (Australia and New Zealand) and South-of-the-Border for Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Caribbean. The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is a member of the IWSC Group North America’s portfolio of events.  Atlanta Food & Wine Festival returns to Midtown Atlanta Thursday, June 1 – Sunday, June 4, 2017. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.atlfoodandwinefestival.com. Follow Atlanta Food & Wine Festival on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  #KnowTheSouth #AFWF17