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Makan is hosting its second ramen festival.

Makan.
Makan.
Andrew Thomas Lee

DECATUR — On Monday, March 23, several of Atlanta's top restaurants and chefs will compete to take the title of best ramen served at the second annual Ramen Fest, including Illegal Food, Makan, No. 246, Pine St. Market, Kimball House, Twain's, Victory and Wrecking Bar Brewpub. Each participant will create their own take on ramen and serve tastings to the audience during the special event. Tickets are $35 per person and include tastings and a donation to the Decatur Education Foundation. In addition to the ramen tastings, guests can purchase beer passes to enjoy Wild Heaven's craft brews during the event. Beer tickets are available for $12 in advance or $20 at the door. More information and tickets are available online. [EaterWire]

BEER HERE — With baseball season right around the corner, SweetWater Brewing Company is supporting the hometown Atlanta Braves. Beginning in early March, Braves and beer enthusiasts can catch the brewery's two most popular styles, 420 Extra Pale Ale and IPA, sporting a special Braves-themed design in 12-pack bottle packages. SweetWater is debuting its new Take Two Pils cans in a co-branded 12-pack as well. [EaterWire]

MIDTOWN — Bantam + Biddy Crescent is hosting a family-style dinner on Thursday, March 12, to raise money for the Atlanta Film Festival. The four-course meal is $60 per person, excluding gratuity and alcohol, and reservations can be made by emailing the restaurant[EaterWire]

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