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Buckhead's first moonshine festival is next month.

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BUCKHEAD — Andrews Entertainment District will host the Andrews Moonshine Festival on Saturday, October 18. The event will feature a selection of more than 50 local and national moonshine varieties from apple pie to prohibition tea flavors, as well as seminars, live music from the Gary Ray Trio, and special guest appearances. VIP tickets are $60 and include early entry at 1 p.m., and general admission is $30 with doors opening at 2 p.m. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Shepherd Center, a private, not-for-profit hospital devoted to the medical care and rehabilitation of people with spinal cord injury and disease, acquired brain injury, multiple sclerosis, and other neuromuscular problems. Tickets can be purchased at the official website. [EaterWire]

DECATUR — Atlanta-based Sip and Nosh Food Tours will launch its first tour on October 4 in downtown Decatur. The inaugural trek will make stops at No.246, Big Tex Decatur, The Bakery At Cakes & Ale, Victory Sandwich Bar, and Calle Latina. Tours are currently priced at $55 per person  and will go up to $60 on Saturday. Each tour will consist of food and/or cocktail samples from each of the participating restaurants. Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite. [EaterWire]

BUCKHEAD — The Capital Grille is bringing back its Wagyu and Wine program through November 23. For $25, lounge guests can partake in one of three featured American Wagyu beef burgers and a glass of Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon or J Pinot Noir. The restaurant is serving up a cheeseburger with Havarti cheese, crisp onions, and a sunny-side up egg; a Kona crusted burger with shallot mayo, and a wild mushroom cheeseburger with 15-year-old balsamic. [EaterWire]

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