Beltline Boil
Saturday, April 2
Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park 

Run, walk or bike to the Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park for local eats, cold drinks & live music alongside the Atlanta Beltline's Eastide Trail from 11am-7pm!

Enjoy tastes from local chefs competing for a cause in the Low Country Boil Competition for Charity (Noon-2:30pm), including Apres Diem, Madre+Mason, Bada Bings, Carroll Street Cafe, Ladybird, Loca Luna, Savi Provisions, Tapa Tapa, The Nook and Venkman's!

All day festival features include full bars stocked with Blue Moon, Crispin and Old Fourth Distillery beverages, local food truck options and low country concessions from Fontaine's Oyster House and Steamhouse Lounge! A live music stage will be rocking all day with Wasted Potential Brass Band, Radiolucent, All The Locals and more!

A portion of each ticket sold benefits improvement programs for City of Atlanta Parks & The Atlanta Beltline Partnership's "Light The Line" campaign!

Dinner and Art: A Chihuly-Inspired Collaboration
Sunday, April 3
The Pinnacle at 3445 Peachtree Rd. 

In celebration of the upcoming  Chihuly in the Garden revival at  Atlanta Botanical Garden opening April 30, the Garden has partnered with local restaurants  St. Cecilia and the soon-to-open  Linton's to host an exquisite Chihuly-inspired evening of colorful culinary dishes!  Dinner and Art: A Chihuly-Inspired Collaboration will take place  Sunday, April 3 at  6 p.m. in the lobby of The Pinnacle building in Buckhead beneath The Pinnacle Persian Chandelier, one of only three public Chihuly sculptures on display in Atlanta

Saturday, May 14
Hammond Park in Sandy Springs, 705 Hammond Drive

For one night only, more than 20 of the tastiest Sandy Springs restaurants will be rocking the big tents at Hammond Park. Join us as we support Sandy Springs-based charities Second Helpings Atlanta, Inc., Ian's Friends Foundation and Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance.

This all-inclusive event will provide food, wine, beer and cocktail tastes, three local bands with Sandy Springs ties, Tony Levitas and The Helpers, Tommy Dean Trio and Ed Roland & The Sweet Tea Project.

Food That Rocks restaurants include:

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More Bites of News

Are you looking for new and interesting food experiences? Taste of Atlanta recommends:
  • Enjoy special menus at participating Inman Park Restaurant Week restaurants, including Barcelona, Rathbun's, Sotto Sotto, Fritti, Cockentrice, Wisteria, Kevin Rathbun Steak and more. 
  • Fuel up with a hearty breakfast at the newly opened Rising Son in Avondale Estates.
  • Check out the new cocktails Shanna Mayo is stirring up at Amer in Inman Quarter, opening Thursday, March 31.
  • Do you love beer like we love beer? Rhythm & Blues at Heritage Green in Sandy Springs is a celebration of local bands and local beer. Or, head to Kennesaw for the Depot Park Beer Festival.
  • Is cider more your thing? Urban Tree Cidery just opened their doors for tastings and growler fill-ups on the Westside.
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