Monday, May 26, 2014

Atlanta food events, May 26- June 1

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Look forward to southern favorites at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival this weekend.
  • Look forward to southern favorites at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival this weekend.

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Diesel Filling Station Mon., May 26, 3 p.m.-2 a.m., Zombie Pub Crawl What do you get when the folks behind Chambers of Horror and Diesel Filling Station join forces? An epic pub crawl with all the fake brains and guts you can handle. Register at Diesel. Admission gets you a zombie makeover from a professional makeup artist. Once you've been sufficiently zombified, pick up your complimentary drink/shot tickets for each of the five official Zombie Pub Stops and join the horde of the undead as they descend upon Virginia-Highland. In addition to the crawl there will be a costume contest and an after-party with live music and more. Details

Bone Lick BBQ Mon., May 26, 2 p.m., Bone Lick BBQ Memorial Day Cookout Guests are invited to celebrate the unofficial start to summer at Bone Lick BBQ, during its inaugural Memorial Day grill-out. Beginning at 2 p.m., join the Bone Lick crew in the restaurant, on the patio and its expansive sidewalk for a daylong party featuring live bands, DJs, plenty of barbecue, local brews and much more. Details

Lenox Mall Mon., May 26-31, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sun., June 1, 12-6 p.m., The Art of Alabama Food Thirty-six images selected from the Alabama Tourism Department's brochure "100 Dishes To Eat in Alabama Before You Die" will display some of Alabama's best local restaurants to entice and inform fellow Southerners about the Alabama food community. Guests will also be invited to download the free mobile app in order to browse the complete list of 100 Dishes. The mobile app takes consumers on a culinary road trip through the state and features Alabama's most memorable and iconic dishes, restaurants and overall food experiences. Details

Big Tex Decatur Mon., May 26-June 9, 5-11 p.m., Braves Special Big Tex is giving customers who purchase SweetWater 420 and Road Trip on draft or IPA and Blue in bottles a chance to win Braves tickets. You can win a seat to the Braves vs. Los Angeles Angels (June 13); vs. Philadelphia Phillies (July 18); vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (August 12); vs. Washington Nationals (September 15). Drawings will be held one week prior to the game. One entry per visit. Details

The Melting Pot Mon., May 26-August 31, Limited Time Offer with Spa Sydell Through August, Spa Sydell and The Melting Pot are teaming up to offer the perfect pairing to pamper this Summer. Guests are invited to bring friends to any Spa Sydell location for a choice of a 50 minute Spring service - Acai Berry Facial, Ocean Breeze Massage or Ocean BreezePedicure; then guests are invited to head to the Melting Pot to indulge in guilt-free fondue with a three-course Skinny Dipping menu. Details


Ri Ra Irish Pub Tues., May 27-August 26, 8-11 p.m., Rolling Jackpot Trivia Join Ri Ra Irish Pub on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. for trivia. Not the typical bar tab trivia, each week's winner will choose from one of six envelopes filled with prizes such as Braves tickets, concert passes, iPads, food & drinks or the coveted jackpot that will increase by $50 each week and $100 at the end of the month. Guests have a chance to win up to $600. Details

JCT Kitchen Tues., May 27, 6 p.m., JCT. Kitchen & Bar Partners with Sierra Nevada for Special Beer Pairing Dinner Sierra Nevada, one of America's oldest craft beer brewing companies, is teaming up with JCT. Kitchen & Bar, an innovative pioneer for farm-to-table cuisine in West Midtown, for an expertly paired four-course, four-beer dinner (plus a bonus reception cocktail). Sierra Nevada is often complimented for using only whole-cone hops and the finest quality ingredients, just as JCT. remains highly regarded as using the best sustainable ingredients from local and regional farms. Look to the JCT website and call for reservations. Details


Westside Provisions District Wed., May 28, 5 p.m., Westside Provisions District Sundown Series: Food Centric Evening During this evening of the Sundown series, live music performed by folk band Rolling Nowhere and a pop-up shop of snacks and fresh produce from chef-owner Anne Quatrano will be featured. Chef Quatrano will be having a book signing of her debut cookbook Summerland: Recipes for Celebrating with Southern Hospitality from 6-7 p.m. Continuing the evening's culinary theme, two short feature films featuring culinary tales will play between Lululemon and Kayce Hughes starting at 8 p.m. Guests are also invited to place to-go orders at any of the Westside dining destinations before the film begins at sunset. Bring chairs and blankets for the lawn. Details


Ri Ra Irish Pub Thurs., May 29, 6:30-10 p.m., Monday Night Brewing Dinner at Ri Ra Irish Pub Join Monday Night Brewery Thursday, May 29, at 6:30 p.m. for a night of beer and food at Ri Ra Irish Pub. For $35, enjoy beer paired with a four course meal of beer-infused Thai chicken salad, IPA mussels, braised short ribs, and a Guinness chocolate brownie. Additionally, the first 25 tickets sold will receive a free brewery tour pass. Reservations can be made by telephone. Details

Old Vinings Inn Thurs., May 29, 7 p.m., Roth Estate Spring Wine Dinner Old Vinings Inn is partnering with Roth Estate for a Spring Wine Dinner on Thursday, May 29. The menu features courses including Scallops Crudo, Smoked Quail, Cedar Plank Wild Salmon, Veal Roulade and Raspberry Mascarpone Semi Fredo paired with Roth Estates wine selections. Space is limited and reservations required. Details

Loews Atlanta Hotel Fri., May 30-Sun., June 1, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Atlanta Food & Wine Festival The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is back. The three-day event features in-depth food seminars, or learning experiences, throughout the day including cooking and cocktail demonstrations, food and drink tastings, expert panel discussions, and more. In the afternoons, head over to the festival's massive tasting tents and fill up on tastes from some of the region's most talented chefs and bartenders. Details

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q Thurs., May 29, 6:30-9:30 p.m., Fox. Bros. B-B-Q Welcomes Texas-based Chef, Tim Byres Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q welcomes friend and guest chef, Tim Byres, to celebrate recipes from his book and the brotherhood of barbecue. Guests will receive a copy of Byres' book, Smoke: New Firewood Cooking (valued at $40), enjoy passed appetizers, a coursed meal, and bottomless libations from SweetWater Brewing Company and CATHEAD Vodka. The evening will begin with a book signing at 6:30 p.m. followed by a sit down dinner at 7:30 p.m. The menu will feature recipes and interpretations of recipes from Byres' book, including a Coffee Rubbed Steamship Round Barbacoa. Details


Restaurant Eugene Sat., May 31, 7 p.m., Atlanta Food & Wine Festival: Ark of Taste Dinner Chef Linton Hopkins and Delta Airlines presents a night of a Global Journey of Southern Food. Enjoy an evening of great food, drink and artisan creations while celebrating the international heritage of the South's most prized ingredients - many of which are currently featured on Slow Food International's Ark of Taste list of endangered heritage foods. Details

D.B.A. Barbecue Sat., May 31, and Sun., June 1, 7 p.m., D.B.A. Barbecue Celebrates its 5-Year Anniversary with a Weekend-Long Birthday Bash D.B.A. Barbecue is celebrating five years of success with a two day birthday bash. It kicks off on Saturday, May 31st at 7 p.m. with a southern-style pig pull, accompanied by a live performance by local favorite, the Sweet Auburn String Band. Sunday, June 1st continues with performances by The Breeze Kings and a D.B.A.-style Low Country Shrimp Boil on the patio. For more information, please visit D.B.A.'s website or call the restaurant. Details


Parker's on Ponce Sun., June 1, 6-10:30 p.m., Makan Restaurant Pop-up Preview Makan is having a Pop-Up preview dinner at Parker's on Ponce. On the menu, expect Korean pork ramyun noodle soup, Taiwanese beef noodle soup with oxtail, pork belly gua bao (Buns), pork and shrink wontons with spicy oil (limited quantity available). Guests will also enjoy beer, wine, and cocktail specials. Tickets are available at brown paper tickets. Details

The Sound Table Sun., June 1, 1-3 p.m., Unhooked Generation Presents: Everybody Loves the Sunshine- An Ice Cream Social DJ Applejac, a veteran member of Atlanta's music scene who curates eclectic mixes across all genres including house, soul, and hip hop, will hold his first annual fundraiser. The Ice Cream Social will raise money in honor of Applejac's mother, Bettie Durden, who lost her battle with multiple sclerosis in 2005. All proceeds benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to support research and education. Ice cream, popsicles and other sweet treats will be served, and vegan options will be provided as well. Cocktails will be available for purchase at the bar. Various items will be up for bid for a silent auction. Those who cannot attend the fundraising event can donate directly to National Multiple Sclerosis Society in Mrs. Durden's honor online at: Details

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