Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 7/5/18

Atlanta’s Only Urban Winery to Donate 10% of Proceeds Every Tuesday in July to the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership  


Beginning July 3, 2018 

Atlanta, Georgia – Conveniently located in the Old Fourth Ward in Ponce City Market, City Winery has joined forces with the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and will be donating 10% of proceeds from the Barrel Room Restaurant and Wine Bar every Tuesday during lunch and dinner service through July to the dynamic organization’s ongoing program, Bites on the BeltLine.

An ongoing initiative tapping popular local restaurants on the BeltLine, guests are invited to enjoy an impressive wine selection made in-house by Atlanta’s only winemaker, Travis Green, cocktails, and globally-influenced and locally sourced cuisine created by Executive Chef Nicholas Anderson every Tuesday at City Winery for a great cause.  After guests wine and dine, 10% of proceeds from the restaurant will be donated to helping fund Atlanta BeltLine’s Partnership’s efforts to build support for the Atlanta BeltLine, the most comprehensive revitalization effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta, connecting 45 neighborhoods directly to each other.  Founded in 2005, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is the nonprofit organization that supports the Atlanta BeltLine through fundraising, programming and advocacy, and works with communities, organizations and businesses.

City Winery Atlanta is located on the Atlanta BeltLine at Ponce City Market, 650 North Ave NE, Suite #201, Atlanta, GA 30308.  Stay connected on Facebook at and on Instagram, and Twitter @CityWineryATL.  For more information, call (404) 946-3791, or visit

For more information about the Atlanta BeltLine or Bites on the BeltLine, please visit

About the Atlanta BeltLine and the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership:  
The Atlanta BeltLine is the most ambitious transportation and economic development effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta and among the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment programs in the United States. It is a catalytic redevelopment project that will provide a network of public parks, multi-use trails, jobs and transit along a former 22-mile railroad corridor circling downtown and connecting many neighborhoods directly to each other. For more information on the Atlanta BeltLine, please visit

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership enables the project by raising private and philanthropic funds, engages the public through programming and events, and empowers Atlanta BeltLine residents via partnerships in health, housing and economic opportunity. For more information on the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, please visit