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Friday, July 19, 2013

Atlanta weekend food events, July 19-21: Coffee brewing workshop, JCT Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival, and more

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Wine dinner? Beer tasting? Cooking Class? Let us know. Send your Food and Drink happs to foodanddrink@creativeloafing.com.

Fri., July 19

Brick Store Pub Fri., July 19 Three Taverns Market Launch Three Taverns debuts at Brick Store Pub with two beers - an American/Belgian-style IPA called A Night in Brussels, and a Belgian-style single ale called Single Intent. Details

The Glenn Hotel Fri., July 19, 2-6 p.m., Sat., July 20, 2-6 p.m. and Sat., Aug. 17, 2-6 p.m. Battle of Atlanta Pub Tour Participants will travel along some of the same routes that existed during the Battle of Atlanta and stop at some of Atlanta's well-known pubs along the way. Details

Sat., July 20

The Glenwood Sat., July 20, 6-9 p.m. Neighborhood Appreciation Party Enjoy a free buffet during Neighborhood Appreciation Day. Includes a free glass of wine or domestic draft. Details

Counter Culture Coffee Sat., July 20, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Brewing Basics Workshop In this two-hour workshop, participants will explore the essential methods for brewing great coffee at home, including developing a coffee-brewing recipe, identifying the appropriate grind size, and establishing the importance of brewing time. Guided coffee tastings will reinforce key brewing principles, and instructors will demonstrate techniques and best practices for pourover brewing. Details

Wine Workshop and Brew Center Sat., July 20, 1-3 p.m. Customer Appreciation Saturday All customers - present and future - are invited to the first "Customer Appreciation Saturday". They will be serving complimentary brats and hopped-up sauerkraut - Plus other savory snack to go along with your favorite beverages. Details

Sun., July 21

JCT Kitchen Sun., July 21, 1 p.m. JCT's Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival This festival of Southern food fun benefits Georgia Organics and showcases regional farmers as well as the South's top chefs and mixologists. Food stations will be set up inside the restaurant and outside on the patios and walkways of the surrounding complex. Festivalgoers and high-profile judges - Garden & Gun Deputy Editor Dave Mezz, James Beard Award - winning authors Matt and Ted Lee, Food & Wine Associate Food Editor Daniel Gritzer, and Esquire restaurant features writer John Mariani - will vote for their favorite dishes and beverages, with winners announced in the late afternoon. Details

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