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This Week’s Top Food Events: Blackberry Farm Beer Dinner and More

The tastiest events and activities going down this week in Atlanta

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Welcome to Eater Atlanta’s roundup of the best upcoming local dining and drinking festivals, classes, workshops, pop-ups, dinners, fundraisers, and more. Updated once a week, this is the one-stop shop for events worthy of your time and stomach. Have an event you’d like to see listed here? Send it our way at atlanta@eater.com.


Week of August 28

Tuesday, August 29

Holler & Dash Ribbon Cutting

What: Cracker Barrel’s new biscuit-centric off-shoot will open its first Georgia location Tuesday morning in Westside. To mark the occasion, Holler & Dash will host a ribbon cutting with company officials and Atlanta representatives. A breakfast reception showing off the restaurant’s menu will follow.

Details: The ribbon cutting is scheduled for 9 a.m. Westside: 1085 Howell Mill Road.

Chilean Wine Dinner

What: Watershed on Peachtree will feature the beverages of winemaker Meinard Bloem during a Tuesday-night dinner. The meal will consist of five courses from chef Zeb Stevenson and pairings, and Bloem will lecture on his craft.

Details: Dinner is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Individual seats are $79 per person, plus tax and gratuity, and reservations can be made online or by calling (404) 809-3561. Buckhead: 1820 Peachtree Street NW.

Thursday, August 31

Blackberry Farm Beer Dinner

What: One Eared Stag is hosting a meal featuring beers from Blackberry Farm in Tennessee. Dinner will consist of four courses from chef Robert Phalen, and Blackberry Farm will provide four different brews for pairings. A fifth beer will be available during a pre-dinner reception

Details: The reception begins at 6:30 p.m., with dinner to follow at 7:30 p.m. The event is $60 per person, and tickets are available online. Inman Park: 1029 Edgewood Avenue NE.

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