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Rathbun Tasting; Root to Leaf; Decatur Stirs

Get a taste of some of Kevin Rathbun's favorite dishes.

KR SteakBar
KR SteakBar
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BUCKHEAD — Atlanta Eats is hosting a celebration of Kevin Rathbun on Thursday, March 12, where he will serve several of his favorite dishes from his various restaurants. Taking place in the private event space at KR SteakBar, Rathbun will serve up dishes such as seared diver scallop with ham grits and spiced hollandaise, dry-aged ribeye with Kevin's steak salt, and smoked swordfish with robiola and extra-virgin olive oil. Only 50 tickets are available, and they're $130 for a single or $250 for two. See menu details and purchase online. [EaterWire]

ANSLEY PARK — Miller Union chef Steven Satterfield is launching his new cookbook, Root to Leaf, with a party at the Atlanta Botanical Garden this Sunday. In addition to receiving an advanced signed copy of the book before it officially hits shelves on March 3, guests will meet and greet with Steven while enjoying several tastings of his featured recipes, as well as an open bar with beer and wine. Tickets are $78.62 with the book, $52.74 without, and available online. [EaterWire]

DECATUR — This Saturday and Sunday, a few top local bartenders are getting together for Decatur Stirs, a series of five classes and a tasting. Miles Macquarrie (Kimball House), Julian Goglia (The Pinewood), and Melissa Gallagher (Leon's Full Service) will provide the teaching. Registration is $30 per class, and is available online. [EaterWire]

LEON's Full Service

131 East Ponce de Leon Avenue, , GA 30030 (404) 687-0500 Visit Website

KR SteakBar

349 Peachtree Hills Avenue, Atlanta, Ga 30305

The Pinewood

254 West Ponce de Leon Avenue, , GA 30030 (404) 373-5507 Visit Website

Kimball House

303 East Howard Avenue, , GA 30030 (404) 378-3502 Visit Website

Miller Union

999 Brady Avenue Northwest, , GA 30318 (678) 733-8550

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