Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 1/5/21

Cobb County’s fan-favorite destination offers January restaurant specials, cornhole league and more

Cobb County’s year-round live, work, play destination The Battery Atlanta has planned a packed lineup of events to kick off the new year! From winter cornhole league to jazz brunches, the celebration never ends. Coca-Cola Roxy will also welcome a wide range of performers in January.

Outdoor Activities:
Cornhole ATL 2022 Winter League
Every Tuesday from January 11 – March 1

The league includes a season ending tournament with a championship trophy and other prizes. Register online here.

Select Retail and Restaurant Promotions:
Free Pizza Mondays at CRU Food & Wine Bar

Enjoy any pizza with a purchase of wine!

Half-off bar bites at Silverspot Cinema
Indulge in different shareables all day Monday-Thursday.

Wine Down Wednesdays at BURN by Rocky Patel
$5 off selected wines by the glass

Girls Night Out at Sports & Social
Calling all the ladies! Enjoy $6 house margaritas, half-off appetizers, $5 Vizzy Hard Seltzers and half-off select wine bottles.

Flight Fridays at Terrapin Taproom
$2 off beer flights all day when guests dine in.

Jazz Brunch at C. Ellet’s
The restaurant jazzes up weekends with a delicious brunch and live jazz music every Saturday and Sunday from noon-4 p.m.

Park Bench Events:
The popular dueling piano bar and live music venue has announced a line-up of live shows this month, in addition to its Karaoke Wednesdays. Visit for more information.

  • Dueling Pianos Show
    Saturdays at 8 p.m.
  • College Football Championship Watch Party
    Monday, Jan. 10 at 8 p.m.
  • 90 Proof! 90’s Hits and Party Country
    Friday, Jan. 21 at 10 p.m.
  • Odd Man Out Band
    Friday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m.

Coca-Cola Roxy Events:
The Battery Atlanta’s iconic concert venue is gearing up for a full variety of live performances! This month, Coca-Cola Roxy brings a wide range of music to the stage for guests to discover. Review enhanced venue safety guidelines here.

  • Riley Green
    Friday, Jan. 7 at 7 p.m.
    Saturday, Jan. 8 at 7 p.m.
  • Jay Wheeler
    Thursday, Jan. 13 at 8 p.m.
  • Dillion Francis X Yung Gravy
    Wednesday, Jan. 19 at 8 p.m.
  • Ricardo Montaner  
    Sunday, Jan. 23 at 8 p.m.
  • Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live
    Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 7:30 p.m.

An up-to-date list of restaurant and retailer happenings is available on the website. Details and hours of operation are subject to change. Visitors are asked to follow public safety guidelines while on property.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 11/15/21

Round-up on all the holiday pop-ups around Atlanta.

The Blind Elf

Blind Pig Parlour, opening night, Friday, November 12th

Opening Mid-November – The Blitzen Room at Biltong Bar

Biltong Bar at Ponce City Market and Buckhead Village are “Up to Snow Good” as they transform their spaces for the third annual holiday pop-up: The Blitzen Room. The restaurants will feature swanky, vintage Christmas decor and seasonally themed cocktails from Chartreuse Hot Chocolate to Frozen Egg Nog.

Opening Fri., Nov. 26 – Holiday Social Bar on The Roof

Just inside the tower lobby, the Holiday Social Bar will welcome Roof-goers with an over-the-top experience bursting with whimsical decor and holiday drinks. 

Opening Fri., Nov. 26 – MixMas at 12 Cocktail Bar

12 Cocktail Bar is celebrating the season with a Mixmas cocktail menu including returning favorite “Sleigh Fuel,” a spiked coffee eggnog made with Old Grand-Dad Bourbon, plus new holiday-inspired cocktails. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made at  

Fri., Nov. 26 – Sun., Jan. 2 – Atlanta’s Annual German Christkindl Market

Buckhead Village announces it will be home to The German American Cultural Foundation’s 2021 German Christkindl Market. Open to the public from Friday, November 26, 2021 through Sunday, January 2, 2022, the German holiday market will be located on the corner of North Fulton and Buckhead Avenue (309 Buckhead Ave) and feature over 50 vendors offering food and beverage treats and items to shop, plus live music and entertainment on the weekends. Market hours will be 11:30am-9:30pm Sunday through Thursday and 11:30am-10:30pm on Friday and Saturday.

Georgia Festival of Trees – Tuesday, November 30 – Saturday, December 4

The Georgia Festival of Trees is a special five-day holiday event for all ages and includes a beautiful forest of dazzling holiday trees, unique gift shops, local treat vendors, and much more! Check out their site for all the events.

Mingle & Jingle Bar at Best End BrewingNow through December 31st

Best End is welcoming back the very FIRST & ONLY pop-up Christmas Bar in the West End of Atlanta, GA.  Nestled right off the SW trail of the BeltLine in the Flamingo Room at Best End Brewing Company, 1036 White Street SW, Atlanta GA 30310.  Chef & Founding Partner Cory Burke and Events Engineer Suzanne Dieter are excited to celebrate the holidays with the third installment of the Mingle & Jingle Christmas Bar. From Christmas tchotchkes to a life-size hugging bear, to miles of tinsel garland, to an Instagram-worthy Bow Wall and Giant Wreath, you’ll find all the Christmas feels to make the holiday season a little less stressful.  Upon entering Mingle & Jingle, the first thing you’ll notice is Suzanne’s obvious love of all things sparkly and shiny. Curling ribbon glistens and tumbles off the light fixtures over the bar and miles of tinsel garland are woven through the rafters to create an intimate holiday setting out of a spacious room. The mid-century modern glassware sparkles on the decorated shelves behind the bar looks fantastic in a photo taken in front of the large bow wall or wreath.

Truck & Tap Duluth’s Christmas Bar – December 4th through the holidays.

This year, Truck and Tap Duluth will be doing a National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation themed Christmas Bar, starting Dec 4th.

Hampton + Hudson’s Mountain Lodge – December 14 through December 30

This holiday season, Hampton + Hudson, the community bar and restaurant in Atlanta’s Inman Park neighborhood offering elevated pub food, craft cocktails, beer and wine, will host a Mountain Lodge Pop-up to celebrate the most joyful and cozy time of year from Tuesday, December 14 through Thursday, December 30. The pop-up will be open 6-11pm nightly, and walk-ins are welcome. Centered around creative cocktails, the pop-up will be located on the restaurant’s mezzanine level and welcome guests to step into the comforting and cozy lodge atmosphere. Servers will don checkered flannel and merrily serve holiday cocktails like classic Tom & Jerry’s, Tequila Eggnog and Hot Buttered Cider with duck fat caramel. Guests can also get the party going with Rumplemintz and Fernet Menta Shotskis served up on sets of wooden skis. To pair, guests can order fun snacks like tableside s’mores, a limited edition Apple Cider Doughnut from Sublime Doughnuts, classic poutine and a croque madame. 

Ravinia’s Holiday in LightsThursday, December 16th. Free.

See gorgeous light displays, listen to live music, drink hot chocolate, spot Santa and more at this community celebration. Registration on Ravinia’s Facebook page is encouraged. The event is free to attend, but will also serve as a donation center for the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Children’s Holiday Wish List program. Guests can bring a donation the night of the event, or drop off a donation before the event in one of three lobbies at Ravinia. A drop-off location will also be available at the main entrance of the Crowne Plaza Atlanta Perimeter Hotel. 5 pm to 8 pm.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 12/3/21

A Lights on Tour of NETHERWORLD Returns Dec. 11 – Behind-the-Scenes of America’s Favorite Haunted House + A Haunted Holiday Returns Dec. 18 Featuring an Encore Performance of RISE OF THE NETHERSPAWN with a Yuletide Twist!

America’s top-rated haunt, NETHERWORLD Haunted House, is closing out its 25th anniversary season with two incredible special events this December. On Saturday, Dec. 11, A Lights on Tour of NETHERWORLD will take haunt fans behind-the-scenes of what goes into the making of the scariest and most legendary haunted house in the country. On Saturday, Dec. 18, NETHERWORLD will reopen for A Haunted Holiday, an encore performance of the to-die-for 25th season’s main attraction, RISE OF THE NETHERSPAWN, but with a heavy peppermint twist.

First up on Saturday, Dec. 11, guests can experience NETHERWORLD as a VIP with an exclusive behind-the-scenes look during the Lights on Tour. Haunt fans will be taken through the RISE OF THE NETHERSPAWN and RETURN TO PLANET X in 3D with house lights turned on and the haunt effects turned off to expose every demented detail that makes NETHERWORLD a top Halloween destination. Guests will also be accompanied by a knowledgeable guide who will explore the storylines and production details behind the sets. There will be opportunities to take pictures at select predetermined locations inside the haunts, and each person will receive a free souvenir printed photo to remember this extremely rare event. Each tour group has a maximum of six people allowed. If a group is larger than six, two separate time slots will need to be booked. Tours are offered from noon to 5:45 p.m. and are $100 per person. To check availability and purchase tickets, click here.

“To top off our 25th season in the scream making business, bringing back these two holiday events was an absolute must,” said Ben Armstrong, NETHERWORLD Haunted House Co-Creator. “This is a gift from us to our fans, true haunt enthusiasts who haven’t had the chance to go behind the scenes, but have always wanted to. Now is their chance to get the full experience up close and personal and to deeply explore what makes NETHERWORLD a must visit year after year!”

Then, on Saturday, Dec. 18, back by popular demand, NETHERWORLD will undergo a holiday transformation and reopen for one night only for A Haunted Holiday. Guests will experience a full production and encore performance of RISE OF THE NETHERSPAWN, but this time with a yuletide-fueled takeover. Expect visits from seasonally inspired monsters like Krampus and Yeti, holiday themed scenes, and more. This event will be extremely limited capacity, will offer timed ticketing, and is a great way to experience the acclaimed haunted house without the larger crowds that you would encounter during the regular season in October. Upon exiting the attraction, guests will be able to enjoy NETHERWORLD’s holiday themed Midway entertainment area and gift shop chock full of great Christmas gifts for the lover of all things spooky. Open from 6:30-9:30 p.m., online general admission tickets are $25.95, and SpeedPass tickets are $39.95.

On the respective day for each event, Laser Adventure Battle Arena, the four Escape Room Games and the Monster Museum will be open. Tickets for both the Lights on Tour and A Haunted Holiday are on sale now. It is highly encouraged to purchase tickets online, in advance as both events have an extremely limited capacity and will sell out. To purchase tickets for the Lights on Tour on Saturday, Dec. 11, please click here. To purchase tickets for A Haunted Holiday on Saturday, Dec. 18, please click here.

Know before you go…read up on all of NETHERWORLD’s COVID-19 guidelines and procedures here:


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 11/15/21

Tickets here.

Holiday Baking: Brunch of Champions

Schedule: Sunday, December 12, 11.00 am – 1:00 pm

Price: $75

Around the holidays, family traditions and joyful memories often revolve around baking pastries and those sweet treats we love. From nutmeg to ginger to cranberry, it’s the time of year where we can let our favorite flavors shine. Who better to take a tip or two from, than Epicurean’s very own in-house pastry chef, Sabrina Coombs. You may recognize Sabrina as a contestant from Food Network’s hit tv show, Holiday Baking Championship! Featuring four courses of both sweet and savory pastry bites complete with brunch pairings, join us for a seasonal dive into holiday baking and enjoy a brunch of champions!


Cranberry Doughnuts

Savory Herb & Cheese Popover

Red Velvet Cinnamon Roll

Frozen Gingersnap Swiss Roll

*Paired with festive brunch cocktails.


Born in London, and raised in Atlanta, Sabrina Coombs has made it her mission to bring European techniques to the diverse flavors of modern southern baking. After training as a ballerina in performing arts school, Sabrina decided to take her creative outlet into the kitchen and hasn’t looked back. She trained at Le Cordon Bleu and has held positions at Atlas Buckhead and Four Seasons Atlanta, before recently finding her home at Epicurean Atlanta.

Sabrina’s pastry style is focused – she creates simple, elegant desserts that are full flavor. For Sabrina, food is passion, a sense of community and engagement that brings family and friends together.

When not whipping up sweets, you can find her doing outdoor activities taking her dog Lucky for hikes and yoga in the park. She spends a lot of her free time engaging with her three sisters and her sweet nephew, Noah. She’s loves laughing and having a good time with her loved ones and does the same with her Epicurean family!


Complimentary 3-hour valet validation is provided.

Wine For Holiday Fare

Schedule: Saturday, December 18, 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Price: $125.00

ane Garvey (wine educator) & Ewart Wardhaugh (Epicurean Atlanta)
Everybody has different ideas about what makes a good traditional holiday meal. Staple foods and key dishes vary from one culture – and country – to another. From seafood in Spain, to kosher foods for Hanukkah, there is much to be explored in the realm of holiday fare. And when family gathers, there will likely be a variety of wine preferences, from dry to sweet, and from white to pink to red. In this wine and food pairing, we’ll explore a range of wines from a wide swath of wine regions that will pair well with a broad selection of holiday flavors. From classics to some novel ideas, there is nothing better during the holiday season than a good surprise.


Potato Latkes, Apple Sauce, Sour Cream

Festive Scallop Pork Belly Siu Mai

Basque Marmitako Salad, Fingerling Potatoes, Green Chili Sofrito Mojo

Egyptian Roast Leg of Lamb “Fattah” Pomegranate Eggplant, Tahini Labneh

Sweet Grass Griffin Grits Cheesecake

*Wine pairings provided to accompany each course


Jane F. Garvey

Jane F. Garvey holds a doctorate in Romance languages from the University of Georgia, and uses that skill set to visit wineries all over the world, from Europe to the United States and Canada, as well as the southern hemisphere. She has written about wine for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Atlanta Wine Report, the newsletter for the Atlanta Wine School, and Lake Oconee Living magazine. She has taught wine classes for a variety of private clients. Currently, she is on the board of the Georgia Trustees Wine & Spirits Competition, which she co-founded with two colleagues, to recognize the quality of Georgia’s rapidly growing wine world, as well as meads, ciders and distilled spirits. Jane also writes regularly for Georgia magazine, published by Oglethorpe Power. She holds the Certified Specialist of Wine designation granted by the Society of Wine Educators. Glassware and serving temperature issues will also be presented.

Ewart Wardhaugh

With an innate passion for cooking, Wardhaugh’s interest took root at home where he grew up in a culinary household, helping host his family’s dinner parties. At 15, his first stint as a dishwasher sealed his fate in the industry and his life was soon engulfed by the culinary world. Throughout his career, Wardhaugh embarked on a world tour that led him to the Lanesborough Hotel in London, and the Raffles Hotel and Resort in Singapore. His first U.S. venture at the Bellagio in Las Vegas proved to be a major milestone, as he oversaw its 22 food and beverage outlets. Wardhaugh continued his upwards trajectory at prestigious hotels around the world, including Barbados, Australia, and Dubai.

Most recently, Wardhaugh acted as the regional executive chef for Wolfgang Puck Catering in Los Angeles, a multi-faceted company with catering, events, corporate dining, restaurants, and, most notably, the Oscars Governors Ball. With years under his belt, Wardhaugh was named a finalist in the Académie Culinaire de France’s Annual Award of Excellence, a Salon Culinaire winner, a semifinalist in the gourmet category of the Taste of Scotland Challenge, and a finalist for the “Young Scottish Chef of the Year” at age 20. With a hand in menu development, training implementation, menu tasting activities and global industry trends, Wardhaugh looks to create his place within the buzzing culinary scene of Atlanta as Executive Chef at Epicurean Atlanta.


Complimentary 3-hour valet validation is provided.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 11/7/21

 November 5th to November 13th

Milton-based agency, Rountree Group Integrated Communications, has announced its second annual Milton Restaurant Week (MRW), a week-long tasting event (Nov. 5 – 13) to showcase Milton restaurants through food, fellowship, and spirits. The culinary affair attracts food lovers from surrounding North Fulton communities, while giving its sponsors a chance to promote special menus and venues.

 The event initially began in 2020 as a way to support local restaurants during the pandemic. “The idea began in Fall 2019 and was launched in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic to help support our restaurant community,” said Don Rountree, president of Rountree Group and founder of Milton Restaurant Week. “We launched the MRW website and social handles to give local restaurants an opportunity to showcase offerings and communicate how/when they are serving our community,” Rountree said.

 Sponsoring this year’s Milton Restaurant Week, the City of Milton and Crabapple Market will be alongside a few other local businesses including:

 Milton Business Council

Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub

7 Acre BarNGrill

Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails

The Union Restaurant

Kathleen’s Catch

This year’s participating restaurants hope to impress guests by featuring several of their most popular lunch and dinner dishes, along with specialty crafted cocktails. Visitors will have the option to try new cuisine from four sponsoring restaurants at a discounted price as part of the week-long event. The selections will include cuisine ranging from pristine Southern dishes to classic Irish favorites.

The organizers hope this year’s event will be even better than the last. “Meals are a time to gather, to socialize and to engage with each other,” said Rountree. The communications agency has partnered with several local restaurants over the last decade to support its community and local businesses.

 Milton, GA has been consistently highly ranked due to its prestige living community and accompanying local businesses. The thriving culinary scene has been known to contribute to the appeal of the North Fulton neighborhood. MRW is one of a few events Rountree Group has organized to support the Milton community.

“Milton offers a variety of foods from southern favorites to craft cocktails. I for one enjoy date nights, family favorites and celebrating milestones right around the corner from our home or office. We love our local partners so supporting local restaurants just makes sense. Live, work, play… and EAT,” said Ben Huard of GO Agency, GNFCC Chairman Circle Member and Founding Member of Milton Business Council.

Those interested will be able to stay updated on participating restaurants and specific details @miltonrestaurantweek on Instagram and Facebook.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/24/21

Tiki Tango, Fox Trot

Saturday, October 30th 9pm

Join us, if you dare, as Atlanta’s Largest Halloween Party takes over Tiki Tango + Foxtrot on Saturday, October 30th 9PM – 3AM. Dress up for a night of mischief in the Purgatory Playground. We’ll be awarding $500 Cash to the best overall costume and $100 gift card for 2nd & 3rd place winners. All guests will be automatically entered once tickets are scanned. We’ll have 3 DJs playing KILLER beats, plus a wicked batch of witches brew, and watch out for our roaming paparazzi will be prowling the grounds to take photos.
Tickets Include: Admission & entry to 2 establishments, exclusive Halloween drink specials, 3 DJs playing KILLER beats, Costume Contest with Cash Prize, plus a wicked batch of witches brew, and plenty of room to roam. Tickets are $10 to $20 and can be purchased here.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/24/21

Halloween Round-up 2021

Sat., Oct. 30, 8pm-1am – Hampton + Hudson’s Beetlejuice Halloween Party

The Inman Park community bar and restaurant’s annual Halloween celebration is back! Starting at 8pm, a DJ will be spinning beats, the Halloween classic Beetlejuice will be playing on all TVs, beer and cocktail specials will be flowing and their team will be dressed in their Beetlejuice best. Attendees are encouraged to come dressed up for a costume contest, with winners receiving gift cards, merch and more. Beforehand, guests can enjoy Halloween brunch specials from 10am to 2pm and catch the UGA v. Florida football game starting at 3:30pm.


Sat., Oct. 30, 8pm-midnight – The Roof at Ponce City Market’s Annual 21+ Halloween Party

Something wicked is coming to The Roof at Ponce City Market on Saturday, October 30 from 8pm to midnight. The Roof will transform with a dance party, frightful sights and a costume contest. Tickets can be purchased here, and the celebration is 21+.


Sun., Oct. 31, All Day – Trick-or-Treating on The Roof at Ponce City Market

The Roof at Ponce City Market is celebrating the sweetest day of the year with trick-or-treating for children. To join, guests can purchase regular adult and child admission tickets online here or onsite the day-of.


Sun., Oct. 31, 1-5pm – Halloween Block Party at Second Self

This Halloween, Second Self will welcome guests to don their best costumes and make their way to the brewery’s Westside taproom (1317 Logan Cir NW) for a family-friendly block party celebration. In honor of the holiday, Second Self will be launching their newest collaboration beer – Lemon Pepper Wet – a Berliner Weisse made with Atlanta Influences Everything (AIE) featuring flavors like sweet lemon, pepper & other spices. 50% of the proceeds from Lemon Pepper Wet will benefit AIE’s upcoming “Careers of Tomorrow” program, which aims to encourage young people in the Atlanta Public School System to explore the new careers emerging from the growth of the internet and social media. The event will also feature an outdoor beer tent, a Halloween Candy and Beer Pairing (preorder available here), live music from DJ Bill Black and freshly smoked BBQ from Bryan Furman BBQ

Through Oct. 31 – Halloween Dozens at Georgetown Cupcake Buckhead

Georgetown Cupcake Buckhead is offering two spooky dozens available for pick-up, Atlanta delivery and nationwide overnight shipping for $38/Dozen. Online ordering can be found here, and photos are here.


  • Trick or Treat Dozen is a collection of 12 different Halloween-inspired flavors including: Pumpkin Spice Haunted House, Chocolate Ghost, Salted Caramel Jack-o-Lantern cupcake, Midnight Cookies & Crème “Happy Halloween” cupcake, Vanilla Candy Spider cupcake, Pumpkin Cheesecake Black Cat cupcake (with a graham cracker crust) and more.


  • October Candy Dozen includes two Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup cupcakes, two Chocolate Candy Caramel cupcakes, two Chocolate Toffee Candy Corn cupcakes, two Orange & Black Cookies & Crème cupcakes, two Toffee Apple cupcakes and two Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cheesecake cupcakes. 


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/15/21

Chiringa’s 3rd-Anniversary Weekend

Thursday, October 14th – Surf N Turf Fall Concert Series with Suburban Angst from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
CHIRINGA and Home Town Mortgage have joined forces to bring to a tidal wave of melodies to downtown Alpharetta with a special 3-Year Anniversary Surf N Turf Concert Series. On Thursday, October 14th, revelers can admire the charming Town Green Fountain and brand new, luscious astroturf while jamming out to Suburban Angst, an “altimate” rock tribute band that electrifies everyones favorite alternative tunes, from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday, October 16th – College Football on the Big Screen:
Big games need big screens! On Saturday, October 16th, CHIRINGA and Home Town Mortgage are continuing the 3-year weekend celebration with college football on a giant mobile LED wall that makes fans feel like they’re right on the field. Free to attend and for all ages, football fanatics are invited to tailgate on the green while watching the Florida Gators vs. LSU Tigers game at 12:00 p.m., Kentucky Wildcats vs. Georgia Bulldogs game at 3:30 p.m. and Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs game at 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 17th – Live Music with Josh Jeffords from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Ending the 3-year weekend celebration with melodies flowing through CHIRINGA’s breezy patio, Josh Jeffords will start strumming beach happy tunes from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, October 17th.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 9/27/21

Good Word Brewing 4th Annual Oktoberfest
Souvenir Liter Mug for $25
Includes Your First Draft Pour
Saturday, October 2 Noon to 5
Dust off your lederhosen, put ’em proudly and strut over to Good Word Brewing in Parson’s Alley to experience Oktoberfest 2021.
The good folks at the New American restaurant and brewery in Duluth have two new canned beers in celebration of Oktoberfest — Good Word Drink Time 5.8% Marzen-Style Lager and Good Word Retrocausality 5.8% Festbier.
Another new edition this year, a Good Word Oktoberfest branded liter mug for $25 that includes your first draft pour at the bar or at your table.
Pair these tasty new suds with a traditional style German menu from
Executive Chef Brian Crain:
  • Pretzel, garlic butter, beer cheese, mustard $8
  • Bratwurst, sauerkraut, country mustard, potato roll $6
  • Kasespatzle, cheese, caramelized onions, cured pork $14
  • Veal Schnitzel, braised cabbage, and greens, lemon $18
  • Apple Strudel $7
*Full menu also available
Reservations are strongly encouraged!


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 9/26/21

Atlanta Mimosa Festival at Historic 4th Ward Skatepark
Saturday, October 2, 2021, 1pm-5pm
Being held at Historic 4th Ward Skatepark, Atlanta Mimosa Festival is Mimosas, extra mimosa flavors, wine, seltzers, RTDs, beer, and cider are included, plus, live music & DJ Qtip.
Tickets are $50 in advance and $60 the day of the event, and include entry, entertainment, souvenir cup, and all alcohol samples. Food will be available for purchase.
Information: 21 and up event, no kids, no babies, no pets. Rain or shine event, no refunds. We will not have Designated Driver tickets, take Uber, Lyft, or walk. Do not drink and drive. We will have free bottled water. No outside food or beverage. Chairs and blankets are welcome. Alcohol will cut off at 4:45pm.