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6 Food and Drink Events to Check Out in Atlanta This Week

From an annual food and wine festival and a farmers market blowout to Bosnian brunch, charcuterie and cocktails at a banned books book fair, and Sunday cocktails in a garden

There’s rarely a day in Atlanta now when a pop-up dinner, food festival, or cool culinary soiree isn’t taking place around town. These food happenings are part of what helps keep Atlanta’s dining scene fun and vibrant.

Each week, Eater sifts through Atlanta’s crowded events calendar and chooses five food and drink events worth checking out. Some are ticketed, include cover charges, or require reservations, while other events are more casual, drop-by affairs. Below are the five food and drink events to check out this week around town.

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East Atlanta Village Farmers Market — Walk-in event

East Atlanta Village, September 15, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

East Atlanta Village hosts one of its largest farmers markets of the year on Thursday to include 31 farmers stalls, live music, a plant sale from Love is Love Farm with free gardening kits, and six hot food vendors. A launch party for Farmers Jam takes place next to the market at A Sip of Paradise Garden. SNAP/EBT customers also get 50-percent off plants and produce at the market.

Atlanta Food and Wine Festival — $99 to $250

Historic Fourth Ward Park, Atlanta, September 15 - September 18

The annual food festival is back with its tasting tents and chef demonstrations at Historic Fourth Ward Park and a series of dinners and food events held at restaurants around the city. Tickets required to attend dining events and for the tasting tents.

Bosnian Brunch — Walk-In Event

Boggs Social and Supply, West End, September 17

Pop-up Krupana ATL is slinging Bosnian brunch fare and Bosnian coffee for Saturday brunch at West End restaurant and bar Boggs Social and Supply.

JapanFest — $15 to $20

Gas South Convention Center, Duluth September 17 - September 18, 10 a.m.

JapanFest returns to Duluth again this year with cultural performances, workshops, anime, a scavenger hunt with prizes, and food from Beard Papa’s, OK Yaki, Gekko Sushi, and pop-ups like Musubee ATL.

Boozy and Banned Book Fair — Walk-in Event

Distillery of Modern Art, Chamblee, September 17, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Distillery of Modern Art hosts Read It Again Bookstore for a book fair Saturday night centered on previously banned titles, including To Kill a Mockingbird and The Great Gatsby. Sip cocktails from the distillery’s bar and grab charcuterie from The Spotted Trotter while perusing the fair.

Brown and Balanced Cocktail Party — RSVP

A Sip of Paradise Garden, East Atlanta Village, September 18, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Join Atlanta bartenders Keyatta Mincey Parker, Ramona Jackson, Thandi Walton, Tiffanie Barriere, and Tokiwa Sears at the EAV bartender garden for cocktails, food, and live music from DJ Mister Jay on Sunday afternoon. RSVP highly encouraged.

NFA Burger

5465 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, , GA 30338 (404) 666-2874 Visit Website

Grand Champion BBQ

4401 Shallowford Road, , GA 30075 (770) 587-4227 Visit Website

Casa Robles

45 Oak Street, , GA 30075 (678) 226-9600 Visit Website

Distillery of Modern Art

2197 Irvindale Way, , GA 30341 (404) 482-2663 Visit Website

OK YAKI

714 Moreland Avenue Southeast, , GA 30316 (404) 999-9254 Visit Website

The Spotted Trotter

229 Moreland Avenue Southeast, , GA 30316 (404) 254-4958 Visit Website
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