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Made for Atlanta Food Lovers
Made for Atlanta Food Lovers
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Eat your way through Atlanta! We partnered with Atlanta’s top food influencers to curate the most delicious events, from hot sauce workshops to taco luaus. Follow this collection to be the first to know when new events are added.
Made for Atlanta Food Lovers

CUESA / First Bloom: Spring Cocktails of the Farmers Market / San Francisco, CA

  • Cabbagetown gem, Carroll Street Cafe, hosts Chef Deidra Brisco for a delectable curated dinner experience. Brisco brings local and travelers alike under the roof of this neighborhood cafe to share stories, meet new people, and share their passion for food and cocktails.
  • Community club, Switchyards, wants to encourage Atlanta to get out of their office and have a working lunch at Ponce City Market's Pancake Social on the third Tuesday of every month until November. Network with the club's members and enjoy a delicious lunch with the community.
  • Monday Night invites you to a fun afternoon of board games at their brewery on the Westside. Set up on one of the tables with your friends after work and settle on one of their many available board games. You can even bring your own food to pair with our $4 draft brew.
  • Did someone say cheese? Join the folks at {three sheets}, a lounge in Sandy Springs with a stunning rooftop patio, and enjoy one of the most dreamy food pairings: grilled cheese and wine. Taste five wines that perfectly compliment the flavors of the artisanal cheeses.
  • Curated by Tin Tin's chef Nick Leahy and Monday Night Brewery, Tin Tin is hosting a four-course dinner inspired by the beer itself. Chef Leahy will be using MNB in many of his dishes so prepare yourself for IPA pickled oyster shooters, Wild Ale Pissaladière tart, and more.
  • ExploreATL wants locals to get to know their city in a casual setting through its dinner club. Mix and mingle and then enjoy a dinner at Portofino. Every month the tour group picks a new restaurant in a new neighborhood to make new friends and have a little fun on a weekday.
  • If your dinners are feeling boring as of late, stop by Whole Foods on Roswell Road for a jolt of inspiration from their summer cooking series. You'll see demonstrations of easy dinners like tasty salmon burgers and naan pizzas for just $10 per person. Then go shopping!
  • Drift Fish House's chef, Alex Bold, hosts an "Iron Chef"-inspired meal by focusing on only one ingredient: oysters. Four contemporary courses and an appetizer will include a variety of oysters. Every course will be paired with a special drink menu by bar manager, Sarah Berman.
  • Talk about dinner and a show! Maggiano's hosts an all-inclusive murder mystery three-course dinner. Enjoy the family-style pasta dinner accompanied with a shrimp appetizer, Caesar salad, and dessert as you watch the show and make guesses about who did it.
  • Say TGIF by waking up and learning about coffee at Counter Culture. Every Friday at 10 AM, they invite the public to visit their facilities on the Westside. You can take a peek behind the coffee brewing process to learn more about taste notes, bean origin, and brewing methods.
  • Serenbe boasts its own namesake farm where produce, cheeses, and meats are grown and brought back into the neighborhood. Chef Paddy Adolfi teaches guests in his hands-on cooking class how to bring those local ingredients to life. Enjoy your meal after with drinks provided.
  • Good chai tea, a type of Indian tea, is hard to find. So let Refuge Coffee's Leon Shombana teach you how to recreate it at home through this workshop. He will share more about his personal journey and the coffee shop's before diving into the history of chai and making your own.
  • Local chef celebrity, Souper Jenny, hosts a family-style feast at her urban farm in Atlanta's Westside. The BYOB event will serve a Mexican-inspired menu with shrimp ajillo, street corn salad, grilled flank steak, and more. Enjoy the last days of summer with this outdoor feast.
  • If you're a fan of food competitions, experience Culinary Fight Club. Hosted by the Spindle Kitchen, your ticket includes beer, bites, and of course, a voting ballot to pick your competitor. Watch the chefs whip up fun dishes on the fly and highlight their skills in the kitchen.
  • Get to know the Eastside trail of the BeltLine with the return of the annual Atlanta BeltLine Wine Stroll. With 30 venues along the way, you'll get a taste of Atlanta and, of course, plenty of wine. Wine connoisseurs will be on-site to explain all the details behind the wine.
  • From empanadas to salsas, put on your apron for a hands-on cooking lesson at El Ponce. Each workshop will dive deep into the history and ingredients of a classic staple in Mexican cuisine with Chef Julia LeRoy. Eat the final product and wash it down with the included cocktails.
  • Spend a delectable evening at Milton's Acre gardens and enjoy a family-style dinner al fresco prepared by chef Derek Dollar. Your four-course meal will include wine and comfort ingredients like squash blossoms, prosciutto, roast duckling, and candied pecan apple butter.
  • A Pokemon-inspired pop-up for the whole family, Poke Bar hosts an experience with themed trivia games, drinks, and even a burger. The best dressed attendees will also compete for fun prizes. The tickets are first-come, first-serve so don't miss out on catching them all.
  • Georgia's largest baking show, "The Ultimate Sugar Show," is a one-stop shop for all things sugar and spice. Your sweet tooth will be satisfied with a hands-on decorating classes, sugar art competitions, tasting competitions, and of course, plenty of sweet treats to eat.
  • Cabbagetown gem, Carroll Street Cafe, hosts Chef Deidra Brisco for a delectable curated dinner experience. Brisco brings local and travelers alike under the roof of this neighborhood cafe to share stories, meet new people, and share their passion for food and cocktails.
  • Community club, Switchyards, wants to encourage Atlanta to get out of their office and have a working lunch at Ponce City Market's Pancake Social on the third Tuesday of every month until November. Network with the club's members and enjoy a delicious lunch with the community.
  • Monday Night invites you to a fun afternoon of board games at their brewery on the Westside. Set up on one of the tables with your friends after work and settle on one of their many available board games. You can even bring your own food to pair with our $4 draft brew.
  • Did someone say cheese? Join the folks at {three sheets}, a lounge in Sandy Springs with a stunning rooftop patio, and enjoy one of the most dreamy food pairings: grilled cheese and wine. Taste five wines that perfectly compliment the flavors of the artisanal cheeses.
  • Curated by Tin Tin's chef Nick Leahy and Monday Night Brewery, Tin Tin is hosting a four-course dinner inspired by the beer itself. Chef Leahy will be using MNB in many of his dishes so prepare yourself for IPA pickled oyster shooters, Wild Ale Pissaladière tart, and more.
  • ExploreATL wants locals to get to know their city in a casual setting through its dinner club. Mix and mingle and then enjoy a dinner at Portofino. Every month the tour group picks a new restaurant in a new neighborhood to make new friends and have a little fun on a weekday.
  • If your dinners are feeling boring as of late, stop by Whole Foods on Roswell Road for a jolt of inspiration from their summer cooking series. You'll see demonstrations of easy dinners like tasty salmon burgers and naan pizzas for just $10 per person. Then go shopping!
  • Drift Fish House's chef, Alex Bold, hosts an "Iron Chef"-inspired meal by focusing on only one ingredient: oysters. Four contemporary courses and an appetizer will include a variety of oysters. Every course will be paired with a special drink menu by bar manager, Sarah Berman.
  • Talk about dinner and a show! Maggiano's hosts an all-inclusive murder mystery three-course dinner. Enjoy the family-style pasta dinner accompanied with a shrimp appetizer, Caesar salad, and dessert as you watch the show and make guesses about who did it.
  • Say TGIF by waking up and learning about coffee at Counter Culture. Every Friday at 10 AM, they invite the public to visit their facilities on the Westside. You can take a peek behind the coffee brewing process to learn more about taste notes, bean origin, and brewing methods.
  • Serenbe boasts its own namesake farm where produce, cheeses, and meats are grown and brought back into the neighborhood. Chef Paddy Adolfi teaches guests in his hands-on cooking class how to bring those local ingredients to life. Enjoy your meal after with drinks provided.
  • Good chai tea, a type of Indian tea, is hard to find. So let Refuge Coffee's Leon Shombana teach you how to recreate it at home through this workshop. He will share more about his personal journey and the coffee shop's before diving into the history of chai and making your own.
  • Local chef celebrity, Souper Jenny, hosts a family-style feast at her urban farm in Atlanta's Westside. The BYOB event will serve a Mexican-inspired menu with shrimp ajillo, street corn salad, grilled flank steak, and more. Enjoy the last days of summer with this outdoor feast.
  • If you're a fan of food competitions, experience Culinary Fight Club. Hosted by the Spindle Kitchen, your ticket includes beer, bites, and of course, a voting ballot to pick your competitor. Watch the chefs whip up fun dishes on the fly and highlight their skills in the kitchen.
  • Get to know the Eastside trail of the BeltLine with the return of the annual Atlanta BeltLine Wine Stroll. With 30 venues along the way, you'll get a taste of Atlanta and, of course, plenty of wine. Wine connoisseurs will be on-site to explain all the details behind the wine.
  • From empanadas to salsas, put on your apron for a hands-on cooking lesson at El Ponce. Each workshop will dive deep into the history and ingredients of a classic staple in Mexican cuisine with Chef Julia LeRoy. Eat the final product and wash it down with the included cocktails.
  • Spend a delectable evening at Milton's Acre gardens and enjoy a family-style dinner al fresco prepared by chef Derek Dollar. Your four-course meal will include wine and comfort ingredients like squash blossoms, prosciutto, roast duckling, and candied pecan apple butter.
  • A Pokemon-inspired pop-up for the whole family, Poke Bar hosts an experience with themed trivia games, drinks, and even a burger. The best dressed attendees will also compete for fun prizes. The tickets are first-come, first-serve so don't miss out on catching them all.
  • Georgia's largest baking show, "The Ultimate Sugar Show," is a one-stop shop for all things sugar and spice. Your sweet tooth will be satisfied with a hands-on decorating classes, sugar art competitions, tasting competitions, and of course, plenty of sweet treats to eat.
Made for Atlanta Food Lovers

CUESA / First Bloom: Spring Cocktails of the Farmers Market / San Francisco, CA

Made for Atlanta Food Lovers
Made for Atlanta Food Lovers
Colección de Eventbrite
Eat your way through Atlanta! We partnered with Atlanta’s top food influencers to curate the most delicious events, from hot sauce workshops to taco luaus. Follow this collection to be the first to know when new events are added.
Eat your way through Atlanta! We partnered with Atlanta’s top food influencers to curate the most delicious events, from hot sauce workshops to taco luaus. Follow this collection to be the first to know when new events are added.
  • Cabbagetown gem, Carroll Street Cafe, hosts Chef Deidra Brisco for a delectable curated dinner experience. Brisco brings local and travelers alike under the roof of this neighborhood cafe to share stories, meet new people, and share their passion for food and cocktails.
  • Community club, Switchyards, wants to encourage Atlanta to get out of their office and have a working lunch at Ponce City Market's Pancake Social on the third Tuesday of every month until November. Network with the club's members and enjoy a delicious lunch with the community.
  • Monday Night invites you to a fun afternoon of board games at their brewery on the Westside. Set up on one of the tables with your friends after work and settle on one of their many available board games. You can even bring your own food to pair with our $4 draft brew.
  • Did someone say cheese? Join the folks at {three sheets}, a lounge in Sandy Springs with a stunning rooftop patio, and enjoy one of the most dreamy food pairings: grilled cheese and wine. Taste five wines that perfectly compliment the flavors of the artisanal cheeses.
  • Curated by Tin Tin's chef Nick Leahy and Monday Night Brewery, Tin Tin is hosting a four-course dinner inspired by the beer itself. Chef Leahy will be using MNB in many of his dishes so prepare yourself for IPA pickled oyster shooters, Wild Ale Pissaladière tart, and more.
  • ExploreATL wants locals to get to know their city in a casual setting through its dinner club. Mix and mingle and then enjoy a dinner at Portofino. Every month the tour group picks a new restaurant in a new neighborhood to make new friends and have a little fun on a weekday.
  • If your dinners are feeling boring as of late, stop by Whole Foods on Roswell Road for a jolt of inspiration from their summer cooking series. You'll see demonstrations of easy dinners like tasty salmon burgers and naan pizzas for just $10 per person. Then go shopping!
  • Drift Fish House's chef, Alex Bold, hosts an "Iron Chef"-inspired meal by focusing on only one ingredient: oysters. Four contemporary courses and an appetizer will include a variety of oysters. Every course will be paired with a special drink menu by bar manager, Sarah Berman.
  • Talk about dinner and a show! Maggiano's hosts an all-inclusive murder mystery three-course dinner. Enjoy the family-style pasta dinner accompanied with a shrimp appetizer, Caesar salad, and dessert as you watch the show and make guesses about who did it.
  • Say TGIF by waking up and learning about coffee at Counter Culture. Every Friday at 10 AM, they invite the public to visit their facilities on the Westside. You can take a peek behind the coffee brewing process to learn more about taste notes, bean origin, and brewing methods.
  • Serenbe boasts its own namesake farm where produce, cheeses, and meats are grown and brought back into the neighborhood. Chef Paddy Adolfi teaches guests in his hands-on cooking class how to bring those local ingredients to life. Enjoy your meal after with drinks provided.
  • Good chai tea, a type of Indian tea, is hard to find. So let Refuge Coffee's Leon Shombana teach you how to recreate it at home through this workshop. He will share more about his personal journey and the coffee shop's before diving into the history of chai and making your own.
  • Local chef celebrity, Souper Jenny, hosts a family-style feast at her urban farm in Atlanta's Westside. The BYOB event will serve a Mexican-inspired menu with shrimp ajillo, street corn salad, grilled flank steak, and more. Enjoy the last days of summer with this outdoor feast.
  • If you're a fan of food competitions, experience Culinary Fight Club. Hosted by the Spindle Kitchen, your ticket includes beer, bites, and of course, a voting ballot to pick your competitor. Watch the chefs whip up fun dishes on the fly and highlight their skills in the kitchen.
  • Get to know the Eastside trail of the BeltLine with the return of the annual Atlanta BeltLine Wine Stroll. With 30 venues along the way, you'll get a taste of Atlanta and, of course, plenty of wine. Wine connoisseurs will be on-site to explain all the details behind the wine.
  • From empanadas to salsas, put on your apron for a hands-on cooking lesson at El Ponce. Each workshop will dive deep into the history and ingredients of a classic staple in Mexican cuisine with Chef Julia LeRoy. Eat the final product and wash it down with the included cocktails.
  • Spend a delectable evening at Milton's Acre gardens and enjoy a family-style dinner al fresco prepared by chef Derek Dollar. Your four-course meal will include wine and comfort ingredients like squash blossoms, prosciutto, roast duckling, and candied pecan apple butter.
  • A Pokemon-inspired pop-up for the whole family, Poke Bar hosts an experience with themed trivia games, drinks, and even a burger. The best dressed attendees will also compete for fun prizes. The tickets are first-come, first-serve so don't miss out on catching them all.
  • Georgia's largest baking show, "The Ultimate Sugar Show," is a one-stop shop for all things sugar and spice. Your sweet tooth will be satisfied with a hands-on decorating classes, sugar art competitions, tasting competitions, and of course, plenty of sweet treats to eat.
  • Cabbagetown gem, Carroll Street Cafe, hosts Chef Deidra Brisco for a delectable curated dinner experience. Brisco brings local and travelers alike under the roof of this neighborhood cafe to share stories, meet new people, and share their passion for food and cocktails.
  • Community club, Switchyards, wants to encourage Atlanta to get out of their office and have a working lunch at Ponce City Market's Pancake Social on the third Tuesday of every month until November. Network with the club's members and enjoy a delicious lunch with the community.
  • Monday Night invites you to a fun afternoon of board games at their brewery on the Westside. Set up on one of the tables with your friends after work and settle on one of their many available board games. You can even bring your own food to pair with our $4 draft brew.
  • Did someone say cheese? Join the folks at {three sheets}, a lounge in Sandy Springs with a stunning rooftop patio, and enjoy one of the most dreamy food pairings: grilled cheese and wine. Taste five wines that perfectly compliment the flavors of the artisanal cheeses.
  • Curated by Tin Tin's chef Nick Leahy and Monday Night Brewery, Tin Tin is hosting a four-course dinner inspired by the beer itself. Chef Leahy will be using MNB in many of his dishes so prepare yourself for IPA pickled oyster shooters, Wild Ale Pissaladière tart, and more.
  • ExploreATL wants locals to get to know their city in a casual setting through its dinner club. Mix and mingle and then enjoy a dinner at Portofino. Every month the tour group picks a new restaurant in a new neighborhood to make new friends and have a little fun on a weekday.
  • If your dinners are feeling boring as of late, stop by Whole Foods on Roswell Road for a jolt of inspiration from their summer cooking series. You'll see demonstrations of easy dinners like tasty salmon burgers and naan pizzas for just $10 per person. Then go shopping!
  • Drift Fish House's chef, Alex Bold, hosts an "Iron Chef"-inspired meal by focusing on only one ingredient: oysters. Four contemporary courses and an appetizer will include a variety of oysters. Every course will be paired with a special drink menu by bar manager, Sarah Berman.
  • Talk about dinner and a show! Maggiano's hosts an all-inclusive murder mystery three-course dinner. Enjoy the family-style pasta dinner accompanied with a shrimp appetizer, Caesar salad, and dessert as you watch the show and make guesses about who did it.
  • Say TGIF by waking up and learning about coffee at Counter Culture. Every Friday at 10 AM, they invite the public to visit their facilities on the Westside. You can take a peek behind the coffee brewing process to learn more about taste notes, bean origin, and brewing methods.
  • Serenbe boasts its own namesake farm where produce, cheeses, and meats are grown and brought back into the neighborhood. Chef Paddy Adolfi teaches guests in his hands-on cooking class how to bring those local ingredients to life. Enjoy your meal after with drinks provided.
  • Good chai tea, a type of Indian tea, is hard to find. So let Refuge Coffee's Leon Shombana teach you how to recreate it at home through this workshop. He will share more about his personal journey and the coffee shop's before diving into the history of chai and making your own.
  • Local chef celebrity, Souper Jenny, hosts a family-style feast at her urban farm in Atlanta's Westside. The BYOB event will serve a Mexican-inspired menu with shrimp ajillo, street corn salad, grilled flank steak, and more. Enjoy the last days of summer with this outdoor feast.
  • If you're a fan of food competitions, experience Culinary Fight Club. Hosted by the Spindle Kitchen, your ticket includes beer, bites, and of course, a voting ballot to pick your competitor. Watch the chefs whip up fun dishes on the fly and highlight their skills in the kitchen.
  • Get to know the Eastside trail of the BeltLine with the return of the annual Atlanta BeltLine Wine Stroll. With 30 venues along the way, you'll get a taste of Atlanta and, of course, plenty of wine. Wine connoisseurs will be on-site to explain all the details behind the wine.
  • From empanadas to salsas, put on your apron for a hands-on cooking lesson at El Ponce. Each workshop will dive deep into the history and ingredients of a classic staple in Mexican cuisine with Chef Julia LeRoy. Eat the final product and wash it down with the included cocktails.
  • Spend a delectable evening at Milton's Acre gardens and enjoy a family-style dinner al fresco prepared by chef Derek Dollar. Your four-course meal will include wine and comfort ingredients like squash blossoms, prosciutto, roast duckling, and candied pecan apple butter.
  • A Pokemon-inspired pop-up for the whole family, Poke Bar hosts an experience with themed trivia games, drinks, and even a burger. The best dressed attendees will also compete for fun prizes. The tickets are first-come, first-serve so don't miss out on catching them all.
  • Georgia's largest baking show, "The Ultimate Sugar Show," is a one-stop shop for all things sugar and spice. Your sweet tooth will be satisfied with a hands-on decorating classes, sugar art competitions, tasting competitions, and of course, plenty of sweet treats to eat.