Monday, May 19, 2014

Atlanta food events, May 19-25

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Tacos and Graffiti Pop-up will be held at Villains
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  • Tacos and Graffiti Pop-up will be held at Villains

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Purple Corkscrew Mon., Sun., May 19-June 30, 6:30 p.m. At the Table Atl Experience an evening of food and wine pairing in Emory Village. During this occasion, be treated to a sparkling wine reception with Amuse Bouche, plus a three-course dinner by Atlanta local Chef India Ramos of Urban Vines Wine Company. Be guided through each course and wine from the world's most prestigious wine regions and winemakers. Seating is limited. Details

Villains Mon., May 19, 5-10 p.m. Villains Tacos and Graffiti Pop-Up Villains will be kicking off its next pop-up concept with "Tacos & Graffiti." The three-week pop-up will be offered Cinco de Mayo, Monday, May 12, and Monday, May 19, beginning at 5 p.m. Chef Jared Lee Pyles will be featuring a la carte tacos like the "Fish Sticks" with roasted poblano-onion tartar sauce and the "Soda Pig" with mango-apple pico and pork rinds. Additional side items will also be available. In addition to the food, Jesse Jaeger and friends will create graffiti art outside the restaurant during the pop-up. Details

The Cook's Warehouse, Midtown Mon., May 19, 7 p.m., Simple Abundance Gluten-free Gourmet Chef Albrecht, an icon on the Atlanta fine dining scene for over 30 years, joins us to serve up classic American fine dining dishes - and all are gluten free. He'll share the secrets to preparing gourmet favorites such as: Citrus-cured Char with Jicama-Asian Pear Slaw and Coriander Oil; Kale Salad with Sour Cherry, Warm Pecan-smoked Bacon and Mustard Dressing; Herbed Quinoa-stuffed natural raised Chicken Breast; and a Gluten-free Swiss Chocolate Tart with Nutella Cream. Evening includes wine tastings sponsored by National Distributors and a chance to win tasty door prizes provided by Bella Cucina Artful Foods and Cabot Cheese. Details

Monday Night Brewing Mon., May 19, 5 p.m., Monday Night Mile Sign up for the Monday Night Mile benefiting Ties That Matter, a fair trade organization dedicated to uplifting and creating jobs for women in Atlanta and Haiti. Drink four beers while running (or walking... or crawling) one mile, and support this nonprofit organization. Details


Wylde Center Tues., 10:30-11:30 a.m., The Hidden Chemical Ecology of the Garden: Why plants and animals sting, turn our tongues, and make us sick - FREE Living Green Class The Hidden Chemical Ecology of the Garden: Why plants and animals sting, turn our tongues, and make us sick - FREE Living Green Class hosted by the Wylde Center will be carried out at the Decatur Library. Location: Decatur Library, 215 Sycamore Street Decatur, Georgia 3003 Details


Monday Night Brewing Wed., May 21, 6-8 p.m., Waterworks Fundraiser Westside Provisions District (WSPD) is teaming up with Monday Night Brewing for a celebration and fundraiser in support of Friends of Atlanta Waterworks, a Park Pride "Friends of the Park" group campaigning to re-open Atlanta Waterworks. This is a greenspace that was once a public park located on the city's Westside. Jamestown and TuckerMott, the developers behind WSPD, hope to build off this event in order to continue raising awareness in the community and make this effort a reality. Details


The Melting Pot May 23-25, 4-11 p.m., Graduation calls for a celebration at the Melting Pot Graduation calls for a celebration at The Melting Pot. Dessert will be complimentary for all graduating students. Between Friday, May 23 and Sunday, May 25, when a graduate wears their cap and gown and the entire party orders an entrée, The Melting Pot will provide a complimentary chocolate dessert for the table. The graduate at the table will receive a $25 coupon for their next visit between July 1 and September 30. Details

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