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Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/20/22

Saturday, April 30 


Next month, the City of Atlanta is hosting the first Ale Trail Brewery Tour in Atlanta’s Upper Westside neighborhood, and Second Self is on the route! The event will start at The Works (1295 Chattahoochee Ave NW), and each ticket includes transportation between all the participating breweries on the Atlanta Beer Bus, an Ale Trail Passport Book to get stamped at each brewery, one sample-size beer at each brewery and a 2022 Ale Trail commemorative pin. Other participating breweries include Atlanta Brewing, Bold Monk, Dr. Scofflaw’s, Fire Maker, Monday Night, Round Trip, Steady Hand and Urban Tree. 


Early bird tickets are available here for $45 for the first 65 people and include a custom Upper Westside Ale Trail glass. Regular tickets are $50, and custom glasses can be purchased for $10 each and picked up at check-in. This year’s tour is in support of the Upper Westside Community Improvement District, a local organization focused on investing in Atlanta’s Upper Westside’s transportation network, connectivity, safety and experience.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/7/22

Neighborhood Gathering Spot Entices Guests

with Food and Drink Deals and Interactive Events Seven Days a Week

 HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern, the neighborly gathering spot with locations in Brookhaven, Perimeter, Atlantic Station, and Halcyon, invites guests for delicious tavern fare, sports viewing, and a full roster of food and drink specials, and fun events every day of the week.

Weekly specials and events include:

    • Monday: $10 burger and select beers at all locations
    • Tuesday: Trivia at 7:30 p.m. with weekly cash prizes and a $6,000 grand prize at all locations
    • Wednesday: Whiskey Wednesdays with specials and whiskey flights from the expansive whiskey menu at all locations. The Halcyon location hosts Bourbon Club on the first Wednesday of every month; Atlantic Station and Halcyon host rooftop karaoke starting at 7:30 p.m.
    • Thursday: $5 champagne, $6 mules, and $6 wine after 5 p.m. at all locations.
    • Friday: Live music at 8 p.m.-close at Brookhaven and Dunwoody. DJ music from 8 p.m.-close at Atlantic Station and Halcyon.
    • Saturday and Sunday: Brunch goes from 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. at all locations. $17 bottomless mimosas at Brookhaven and Dunwoody; $17 mimosa pitchers at Atlantic Station and Halcyon.
    • Sunday to Thursday: Kids eat free from 5-7 p.m. at all locations


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/7/22

Atlantic Station Event Space – Atlanta, GA
Saturday, April 2, 2022, 1pm-5pm
VIP Preview Night Friday, April 1 2022 6pm-10pm
Tickets here.
Featuring 60+ member breweries of the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild and great collaboration beers. 250+ total beers, an expected 30+ special collaboration beers brewed exclusively for this festival. Live music, great food and more. Tickets are $45 Advance, $50 after March 24, $60 day of event. First 500 tickets sold online are just $35.
VIP Preview Night on Friday, is April 1, 2022 from 6pm-10pm. Get the first taste of the special collaboration beers from our great Georgia Breweries. Hear from the brewers about the collaboration beers, their process, ingredients and inspiration. We will announce the winners (Gold, Silver, Bronze) of the collaboration contest!
Tickets to this preview is$45 Advance, $50 after March 24, $60 at the gate (Unless sold out). First 500 just $35.
Friday & Saturday Combo Tickets are $80 Advance, $90 after March 24, not available at the gate. First 100 just $60.
This event is co-hosted by Atlanta Beer Festivals and the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild.
21 and up event, no kids, no babies, no pets. Rain or shine, no refunds. Alcohol will cut off at 4:45pm. We reserve the right to cut off anyone at anytime. Free bottled water will be provided.

From the Craft Brewers Guild: The celebration will feature 60+ member breweries, special VIP event, collaboration beers & more

The Peach’s State’s only festival dedicated solely to Georgia’s independent craft breweries arrives at Atlantic Station April 1 and 2.

Hosted by the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild (GCBG), the event is much more than a festival – it’s a celebration of the state’s thriving craft beer industry.

“Our local breweries are what make our communities great places to live, work and visit, and this event is the perfect opportunity to showcase our statewide community, all while enjoying delicious beer,” says Joseph Cortes, executive director of the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild. “These small businesses generate more than a billion dollar economic impact annually for the state, local communities and the tourism and hospitality industries, and this festival is all about highlighting the tremendous impact they have.”

The money raised from the festival will go to support and help promote and advance the common interests of GCBG’s members and Georgia’s independent, small breweries.

“Since 2015, the number of craft breweries in Georgia has grown from 45 to over 130,” says Cortes. “Yet, despite that, Georgia is still one of the most restrictive states for breweries to conduct business. The proceeds from the festival will help us continue to advocate on behalf of our members and the brewery community as a whole.”

The weekend kicks off with a special VIP preview Friday, April 1, from 6 to 10 p.m. Attendees will be the first to taste 20+ special collab beers from brewery participants, as well as hear from brewers about the beers, their process, ingredients and inspiration. A panel of 15 experienced Beer Judge Certification Program-certified judges will award gold, silver and bronze to the top three winners of the collab contest.

Then, on Saturday, April 2, ticket holders will enjoy a full day of all things Georgia craft beer, including 60+ GCBG member breweries that will be pouring 250+ homegrown beers. Additionally, Saturday festival-goers will also get to try all the collab brews created exclusively for the festival.

In addition to delicious beer, there will also be a number of Georgia wineries present, as well as popular local food trucks, live entertainment, craft vendors and more. For more information and to buy tickets, please visit: georgiacraftbrewersfestival.com.

The festival announcement comes following the GCBG’s 2022 Georgia Beer Day, which took place on March 5.

The annual observance, which is organized by the GCBG and benefits its member breweries, is a daylong celebration of Georgia’s vibrant craft beer industry.  This year, 70 breweries across the state participated and sold a limited edition full-color collector’s pint glass to help raise funds for the GCBG and its members. As a result of the glass sales, the Guild raised over $15,000.

To learn more about the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild, please visit: georgiacraftbrewersguild.org.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/4/22

St. Patrick’s Day Round-up for 2022

Sat., March 12, 1-10:30pm – St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival at Fado Irish Pub

Fado Irish Pub is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day block party with live music all day long on Saturday, March 12. Doors open at 7:15am, and brunch will be served until noon. Catch the Premier League and 6 Nations rugby matches live. The outdoor event will go on from 1pm until 10:30pm. Tickets are available here for $15 in advance or $20 at the door!

Thurs., March 17, Starting at 9am – St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at Fado Irish Pub

The pub will open early at 9am for “Kegs & Eggs,” plus live music and Irish dancers all day. There will be a $10 cover charge after 4pm.

At the end of every rainbow is a pot of gold, but Sugar Factory’s latest shake puts those gold coins to shame! Midtown’s Instagram-worthy restaurant is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a limited-edition Lucky Leprechaun Insane Milkshake, available March 4 – 31.

This Irish coffee flavored milkshake features vanilla and coffee ice creams blended with Jameson Whiskey and poured into a green chocolate covered mug with leprechaun sprinkles. It’s topped off with whipped cream, chocolate gold coins, rainbow sour belts and a rainbow whirly pop.

St. Patrick’s Day at Live! at the Battery Atlanta
Saturday, March 12 from 3-8 p.m.

Guests are invited to enjoy everything green at the Shamrock and Shenanigans celebration! Admire Irish-themed entertainment accompanied with green beer, signature drinks, a photo booth and more at Live! At the Battery Atlanta. Attendees can purchase tickets starting at $20. Purchase tickets here.

St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Rock Party at Park Bench
Thursday, March 17 from 7 p.m.

Park bench celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with a double header of Irish and Celtic Rock! Jacque Taylor and friends from Flannel Nation play their unique 90s and Celtic rock, followed by THE MUCKERS rocking the stage with their blend of Irish and Celtic rock. Table Reservations and more information available here.

Carson Kitchen is using traditional Irish ingredients to create a delicious potato and leek flatbread. This special menu item is loaded with cheesy goodness and topped with crispy rosemary and bacon lardons.

Irish jig the night away at Johnny’s Hideaway on March 17. Atlanta’s iconic nightclub will be celebrating with complimentary corned beef and cabbage served from 6-7 p.m. and free Irish shooters from 8-10 p.m. No cover.

Get ready to (sham)rock and roll with HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern. The Brookhaven and Perimeter locations are hosting a St. Patrick’s Party on Saturday, Mar. 12 with live music starting at 8 p.m., along with green beer, whiskey shot, and corned beef and cabbage specials. Make reservations online for the Brookhaven or Perimeter location. HOBNOB Halycon also gets in on the fun with a party on Mar. 12 starting at 5 p.m. Expect live music, an Irish party DJ and Irish step dancers. Green beer, whiskey shot, and corned beef and cabbage specials also will be available. RSVP for free entry to the bar or make a table reservation online.

Raise a Glass to St. Patty at Red’s Beer Garden
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner at the end of the rainbow! Red’s Beer Garden is celebrating with a treat the ole Saint Patrick himself would love starting Tuesday, March 15 through Sunday, March 20, 2022. Guests can indulge on tasty Irish Rolls, stuffed with corned beef, Kraut, and Swiss, wrapped in an egg roll and dipped in Red’s signature, delicious sauce. Revelers can wash down this charmed special with Three Tavern’s Maury Mable Dry Irish Stout on draft. Red’s ever-evolving selection of over 300 libations in their self-serving refrigerators will be fully stocked as well for all to raise a glass to luck of the Irish on their expansive, dog-friendly patio. Red’s Beer Garden is nestled between Grant Park and East Atlanta in Benteen Park, 1328 Boulevard SE, Atlanta, GA 30315. For more information, visit www.redsbeergarden.com  or call 770-637-2299.

Shake It Like a Polaroid Picture at Puttshack

It’s time to shamrock and roll at Puttshack. On Thursday, March 17th Puttshack welcomes couples, families, and friends to capture the fun of their high-energy, tech-infused mini golf experience with polaroid cameras placed throughout in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Channel the luck of the Irish while putting interactive, themed holes that include beer pong, skee-ball, trivia and more. Guests can indulge on craft cocktails, mocktails, an expansive list of draft beer, and globally inspired cuisine. For more information, to view the full menu, or to make a reservation for a round, visit puttshack.com. Puttshack opens at 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 11 a.m. Friday through Sunday. After 8 p.m., admittance is limited to 21 years and older.

Toast to St. Patrick’s Day at Wild Heaven Breweries 

Toast to a brew-tiful St. Patrick’s Day this year with Wild Heaven Beer. In anticipation of the Holiday, Wild Heaven is starting the festivities early by releasing a new beer for all revelers to raise a glass with. Dropping on Friday, March 11th at both the West End and Avondale brewery locations, Smiling Eyes is a bold and creamy Irish Stout. Guests can pair this pot of gold with delicious offerings such as sandwiches, wings, hearty salads, and much more at the West End location. On St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17th, guests who come wearing green to either brewery location will receive $1 off all drafts. Wild Heaven West End is located on the BeltLine in the Lee+White Development at 1010 White St SW, Atlanta GA 30310. Wild Heaven Avondale is located in the Avondale Estates at 135B Maple St, Decatur, GA 30030. Visit https://wildheavenbeer.com/ for more information.

Celebrate St. Patty’s Day With ‘Pinch Me’ Deals at Dantanna’s 

Dantanna’s is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with ‘pinch me’ deals. On Wednesday, March 17th, Dantanna’s will be offering $6 pints of Guinness all day long. Guests can pair this Irish stout with an appetizer sampler platter curated by Executive Chef Brad Parker. For revelers wanting to make the most of all Dantanna’s has to offer, in addition to the St. Patrick’s Day specials, their full menu of steaks, salads, pasta, sandwiches, and more will be available as well as their extensive wine, cocktail, and beer list. Additionally, Dantanna’s will be playing March Madness games for all sports lovers to be able to cheer on their favorite teams while toasting to the luck of the Irish. Dantanna’s is located at 3400 Around Lenox Rd NE #304, Atlanta, GA 30326. For more information, visit www.dantannas.com or call 404.760.8873.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/27/22

A Community Gathering in Support of the

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

Saturday, April 23rd

On Saturday, April 23, The Village at 5521 Chamblee Dunwoody Road will present Green Eggs & Kegs 2022, showcasing local hospitality owners, live music, beer, and spirits, as well as street performers. This ticketed event will be hosted throughout the Dunwoody Village courtyard and parking lot in support of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).

Green Eggs & Kegs is from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., with VIP ticket holders gaining exclusive entry at noon, an event t-shirt, and private restrooms. With multiple breweries and distilleries, two bands, and more than twenty restaurants including Bar{n}NFA BurgerBreadwinner Cafe and Bakery, and Chupito’s Azteca Grille, cooking on donated Big Green Eggs, there will be fun for guests of all ages to eat, drink, and enjoy.

Sponsors that will help make what will become an annual event possible include Big Green Egg, United Distributors, and more to come. Other sponsors, performers and vendors will be announced prior to the event launch.

“Our first festival is about bringing the community together to support local, small business owners and enjoying food, and fun right in our own backyard” This is the first of many festivals for The Village,” said David Abes, owner of Dash Hospitality Group and the newly opened Bar{n}.


The Village Dunwoody has quickly been established as the “center of gravity” for its city residents. It is the place for friends, neighbors, and family to gather, indoors and out. Where people can eat and drink and experience what their community has to offer. Creating this community gathering spot is the team’s mission. By 2023, our team will create five diverse yet intertwined experiences that will offer provide high-quality food and a sense of community in the heart of Dunwoody. Visit The Village Dunwoody to stay updated. Follow us @thevillagedunwoody


JDRF’s mission is to improve lives today and tomorrow by accelerating life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications. To accomplish this, JDRF has invested more than $2.2 billion in research funding since its inception. Built on a grassroots model of people connecting in their local communities, the JDRF collaborates with academic institutions, policymakers, and corporate and industry partners to develop and deliver a pipeline of innovative therapies to people living with T1D. JDRF staff and volunteers throughout the United States and six international affiliates are dedicated to advocacy, community engagement and their vision of a world without T1D. For more information, please visit JDRF or follow on Twitter @JDRF


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/20/22

Craft beer lovers across the Peach State ‘tapping’ in for Georgia Beer Day on March 5 

The Georgia Craft Brewers Guild (GCBG) invites you to raise a pint to support local, independent craft brewers when Georgia Beer Day returns Saturday, March 5.

The annual celebration, which is organized by the GCBG and benefits its member breweries, highlights Georgia’s vibrant craft beer industry.

This year, 70 breweries across the state are participating (full list below) and will be selling a limited edition full-color collector’s pint glass. GCBG’s member breweries and Boelter Glassware are teaming up to donate $1 from the sale of every glass to the GCBG to help promote and further the common interests of its members and Georgia’s licensed brewing industry.

Designed by artist Ali Lamoureux, the theme of the 2022 commemorative glass is, “From the Blue Ridge Mountains to Driftwood Beach,” which highlights the beauty of Georgia and features two of the state’s most recognizable naturescapes.

In addition to selling the glassware, each participating brewery has the freedom to creatively choose how they celebrate, so please check your favorite brewery’s website and social media pages to learn about specific programming, specials and promotions.

For more information on Georgia Beer Day, visit: georgiacraftbrewersguild.org/georgia-beer-day.html.

Participating Breweries


Red Top Brewhouse



Pretoria Fields



Cherry Street Brewing



Athentic Brewing Company

Creature Comforts Brewing Co.

Southern Brewing Company


Avondale Estates

The Lost Druid Brewery

Wild Heaven Beer



Atlanta Brewing Co.

Best End Brewing Company

Bold Monk Brewing Co.

Elsewhere Brewing

Eventide Brewing

Fire Maker Brewing Company

Halfway Crooks Beer

Monday Night Brewing

Round Trip Brewing Company

New Realm Brewing Co.

Sceptre Brewing Arts

Second Self Beer Company

Steady Hand Beer Co.

SweetWater Brewing Company

Three Taverns Brewery

Wild Heaven Beer

Wrecking Bar Brewpub



Savannah River Brewing Co.



Southern Philosophy Brewing Co.


Blue Ridge

Grumpy Old Men Brewing



Reformation Brewery


Tantrum Brewing Company



Chattabrewchee Southern Brewhouse



NoFo Brew Co.



The Dahlonega Brewery



Three Taverns Brewery



6S Brewing Company



Cartecay River Brewing Co.



Left Nut Brewing Co.



Arches Brewing



Pendley Creek Brewing Company


Johns Creek

Six Bridges Brewing



Dry County Brewing Company

Horned Owl Brewing



Blackbird Farms Brewery



Fall Line Brewing Co.



Glover Park Brewery

Red Hare Brewing & Distilling

Schoolhouse Brewing

Treehorn Cider



Split Fin Brewing



Cultivation Brewing Co.

Social Fox Brewing


Peachtree City

Line Creek Brewing Co.


Peachtree Corners

Anderby Brewing

Kettlerock Brewing



From the Earth Brewing Company

Gate City Brewing Company


Sandy Springs

Pontoon Brewing Company



Service Brewing Co.

The Underdog Brewing Company

Two Tides Brewing Company



Reformation Brewery


St. Simons Island

Barrier Island Brewing



Eagle Creek Brewing Company

Sugar Hill

Indio Brewing



Monkey Wrench Brewing

StillFire Brewing


Talking Rock

Talking Rock Brewery



Tucker Brewing Company



Georgia Beer Co.



Reformation Brewery


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/20/22

All-You-Can-Eat Crawfish, Classic Low-Country Boil, Live Music, Limited Edition Pint Glasses, Low Country Boil and More 

Saturday, March 5th, 2022 

It’s that time of the year again! Best End Brewing Co.’s third annual Crawfish Boil is returning March 5th, so grab the bib, stretchy pants, and plenty of hand wipes. Seafood enthusiasts are invited to enjoy all-you-can-eat crawfish with classic low-country boil sides, live music, and, of course, cold craft brews. The full menu and bar will also be open for those who prefer Best End’s signature funky flavors over the cajun critters. There is a sweet addition this year of beer floats, in collaboration with Honey Suckle Gelato, for guests to enjoy a boozy treat after the work of cracking open some crawfish. Conveniently located just steps off the Southside BeltLine, Best End’s patio is a perfect urban oasis for a fun spring day.
To participate in the crawfish craze, advance tickets are now available online for $55 and $65 at the door. All tickets provide attendees with a complimentary beer.
Revelers can also raise a *limited edition* glass to this year’s Georgia Beer Day, an annual celebration of- you guessed it Georgia Craft Beer. The day benefits the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild and their member breweries, falling this year on March 5th as well. Adding to the festivities, Best End will be offering a limited edition collector’s glass with the purchase of a craft beer for $10. The 2022 glass is a 16 oz. Libbey Willi Becher showcasing full-color art by artist Ali Lamoreux. Featuring the theme “From the Blue Ridge Mountains to Driftwood Beach,” this year’s design displays the beauty of Georgia with two of its most recognizable nature scapes. Explore the great outdoors, and celebrate Georgia Beer!
The Crawfish Boil will be from 2 pm to 6 pm, while the Georgia Beer Day celebrations will kick off at noon and go until 10 pm.
Best End Brewing is located just off the Southside Beltline in the Lee + White Complex at 1036 White Street SW Atlanta, GA 30310. For more information, visit www.bestendbrewing.com or call 470.391.0999.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/13/22

Kicking Off on “TWOsday,” February 22, 2022 Through Saturday, February 26


Featuring Over 20 Beer Releases, a Free Comedy Show, Food Vendors, ‘90s-Themed Party & More

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Second Self Beer Co. – the Atlanta craft beverage incubator behind award-winning beers and brands like Rudi’s Hard Seltzer and CBD-infused sparkling water Cirrus – invites the community to join them in celebrating their seventh anniversary with a week-long celebration kicking off on Tuesday, February 22 (also known as TWOsday) through Saturday, February 26 at their Westside brewery (1317 Logan Circle NW).


The festivities will begin on TWOsday (02/22/22) at 2:22pm with a launch party for Totally TWObular (6.22% ABV), a Beermosa-Style Sour IPA brewed with peach and made in collaboration with Bottlesharea fundraising and fund distribution non profit organization for the craft beverage industry. It will be available at the taproom while supplies last with proceeds benefiting Bottleshare.


The celebration continues throughout the week with One-Up Wednesday, where guests are invited to upgrade every pour to the next larger size for the same price from 5-9pm, and Game Night Thursday complete with every type of game – board, Nintendo64, arcade – and $2 pours of Second Self’s newest year-round beer Game Night IPA (6.1% ABV). Combining new school haze with a retro flavor profile, this hazy IPA is simple – yet intricate featuring citra, mosaic and centennial hops for an aroma and flavor profile of papaya, mango and citrus.


On Friday, February 25 from 5-9pm guests are invited to gather under a beer tent outside decked with heaters to enjoy a free comedy show hosted by Vas Sanchez (@the_vas_sanchez_). Inside, the brewery will be honoring their $3 Pint Night with pints of Thai Wheat (4.1% ABV), La Fria (4.5% ABV) and Game Night IPA (6.1% ABV) with the addition of $10 pitchers of Just Beer.


On Saturday, February 26 from 1-9pm, Second Self invites their loyal supporters, new friends, first-time visitors and everyone in between to dust off their scrunchies and pull out that old Backstreet Boys CD for the grand finale – a  ‘90s themed costume party. Free and open to the public, the event will feature a selection of over 20 collaboration beers on tap inside the taproom and outside under a beer tent alongside Second Self merch. Guests can also enjoy throwback tunes from Seth Hoover (@deathtodekaf) and BBQ bites from Pitmaster Bryan Furman. 


“We want to say thank you to all that have supported us and cheered us on these past seven years,” said Cofounder and Head Beer Architect Jason Santamaria. “Second Self would not be here without each and every beer-lover that has stopped by the taproom, taken a chance on a different six-pack at the store or threw us a like on Instagram! We hope to see everyone come out and help us celebrate.”


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/11/22

March 1 – March 31 2022

Cobb County Breweries, Wineries, Distilleries, Meaderies

Bubbles & Brews is a month-long celebration of Cobb County’s local craft beverage makers. During the entire month of March, craft beverage enthusiasts can travel along the Cobb Ale Trail to all 19 of Cobb’s breweries, distilleries, and wineries to sample each location’s unique beverages. New in 2022, a free digital ‘BrewPass’ will guide visitors to each location where they can collect digital stamps and win sweet prizes from Cobb Travel & Tourism.

The breweries, distilleries, meaderies, and wineries will host special Bubbles & Brews events throughout the month that will feature fun activities and themed giveaways where guests can earn double stamps in their BrewPass. Visitors will have the chance to vote online for their favorite best-sellers, special brews, and various other categories.

For more information, visit bubblesandbrews.com.

Breweries, distilleries, and wineries in Cobb County, including:

  • ASW Distillery (Cumberland)
  • Atlanta Hard Cider Co. & Distillery (Marietta)
  • Broken Anchor Winery (Acworth)
  • Burnt Hickory Brewery (Kennesaw)
  • Dry County Brewing Company (Kennesaw)
  • Glover Park Brewery (Marietta)
  • Horned Owl Brewing (Kennesaw)
  • Ironmonger Brewing Company (Marietta)
  • Lazy Guy Distillery (Kennesaw)
  • Mandatory Fun Beer Works (Smyrna)
  • Red Hare Brewing & Distilling (Marietta)
  • Red Hare – Still On the Square (Marietta)
  • Red Top Brewhouse (Acworth)
  • Reformation Brewery (Smyrna)
  • Schoolhouse Brewing (Marietta)
  • Shezmu Cellars (Marietta)
  • Terrapin Taproom (Cumberland)
  • Treehorn Cider (Marietta)
  • Viking Alchemist Meadery (Smyrna)


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/11/22

The 34th Annual Event Will Benefit Giving Kitchen and Include a Million Oysters, Fresh Seafood, Live Music, Full Bar, and More
Weekend and Sunday Only Tickets Now Available


Get ready for a shucking good time as the iconic Steamhouse Lounge Oysterfest returns to Midtown Atlanta for its 34th year on Saturday, February 26th and Sunday, February 27th. Beginning at 11 a.m., seafood-lovers can divulge in heaping buckets of fresh roasted oysters or half-shells chargrilled with garlic and butter. Accompanying the million oyster invasion will be Steamhouse’s legendary lobster bisque, fried oyster po’boys, ice-cold beer, and much more. This OG oysterfest, also known as the largest street party in Atlanta, invites all for good seafood, a good time, and a good cause.


The standard weekend Steamhouse Oysterfest ticket is on sale now for $25, plus fees, and includes two days of sun-soaking, live music, and fresh seafood from the Louisiana Gulf Coast. For revelers who can’t make it on Saturday, half-price tickets are available for Sunday-only for $15, plus fees. All tickets are available online. Under 21 permitted when accompanied by an adult ages 21 and up. Advance tickets grant access to the express lane entry.


This year’s Oysterfest will be cashless. All transactions at the gates, bars, and restaurants will only accept credit or debit cards.


Oysterfest 2022 is a proud supporter of Giving Kitchen. Giving Kitchen is a nonprofit organization that provides emergency assistance to food service workers through financial support and a network of community resources to create a community where crisis is met with compassion and care. Since its inception, the organization has given over 1,300 grants to food service workers in Georgia.