Double Zero Napoletana Mon., April 23, 6 p.m. April Pizza Making Class. Learn the art of making Neapolitan pizza on hand-crafted Stephano Ferrara ovens from Naples. Guests will be guided through the nuanced process of making dough by expert pizzaiolos. This interactive class includes a glass of wine and pizza for $39 per person. Details
Cypress Street Pint and Plate Tue., April 24, 7 p.m. Beer Geek Tuesday: A Girl Scout Cookie and Rogue Beer Pairing. In celebration of the Girl Scouts' 100th anniversary, Cypress Street Pint and Plate has teamed up with Rogue Brewery and local Atlanta Girl Scout Troop #29359 for a special Beer Geek Tuesday. Guests get two Girl Scout cookies with each 6 oz. pour of Rogue Dead Guy Ale, a German Maibock style beer, Rogue Double Chocolate Stout, flavored with Dutch Bittersweet Chocolate, or the Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar, a nutty twist to a traditional brown ale. Details
Diesel Filling Station Tue., April 24, 7 p.m. Bacon & Beer. For this year's second edition of Bacon and Beer, Diesel Filling Station is teaming up with Oskar Blues Brewery for a bacon-tinged tailgate on the patio. Bacon-lovers are invited to test their skills with tailgate-inspired games, specialty cocktails, and a one-off keg from Oskar Blues created specially for the event. Diesel Filling Station's VIPig Bacon & Beer experience is $25 and includes an appetizer, full plate of food, a glass of the Oskar Blues 'one-off' keg beer and one canned beer of choice. Details
Edgewood Corner Tavern Wed., April 25, 7 p.m. Heavy Seas Tap Takeover with Kevin Fox. Edgewood Corner Tavern will be hosting a Heavy Seas Tap Takeover with Kevin Fox. Beers will include Heavy Seas Sea Nymph, Dubbel Cannon, Loose Cannon, Plank 2, Marzen, Small Craft Warning, and Peg Leg. Heavy Seas beer specials will start at $3 for an 8 oz. pour, and food pairings will be available for $4. Details
Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market Thu., April 26, 5 p.m. Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market Grand Opening. The Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market kicks off with a grand-opening event with a variety of entertainment including the city's best food trucks, live music by Jamal Skelton and Doug Paul, bocce ball, cornhole, a kid's fun zone, and more. Atlanta's first seven-day-a-week food truck park will be home to food trucks serving breakfast, lunch dinner and late night,weekly live entertainment, and a weekend farmers market. Details
W.H. Kiser House Sat., April 28, 2 p.m. Boutique Wine Tasting - 2012 Decorators' Show House & Gardens. The 42nd Annual Decorators' Show House & Gardens features a boutique vineyard wine tasting and commentary from Master Sommelier Perrine Prieur of Perrine's Wine Shop. Ms. Prieur is a graduate of the highly regarded Le Castel sommelier school in Dijon, France. This event will benefit the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and its education and community engagement initiatives. Details
Meehan's Public House Sat., April 28, 2 p.m. Grassroots BBQ Festival with Meehan's Public House. The Sandy Springs location will host a music and barbecue festival. A lineup of grassroots music will compliment the delicious food that chef Val Domingo and his team are preparing, which will include two roasted hogs. Chef Branden Holte from the Vinings locations will be posted up in the front serving up some of his grub from his "Get Smoked" menu. There will be a bourbon tasting that will include a bourbon flight for $10. Details
Bella Cucina Porta Via Sat., April 28, 2 p.m. Hip and Healthy Indian Food. Join Punjab native, Sucheta Rawal, and learn to cook Indian inspired dinners, lunches, and snacks. You'll learn how to make crunchy Indian cashews, Daal that will be served as a dip with Naan, Chicken Tikka on a pizza, Saag Paneer sandwiches, and more. The class costs $35, and participants will eat the meal at the end of the class. Details
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