This Week’s Top Food Events: Atlanta Food & Wine Festival and More

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 [email protected].

Week of May 30

MIDTOWNAtlanta Food & Wine Festival returns to the Loews Atlanta Hotel and surrounding area. The seventh edition of the festival will feature lectures, demonstrations, tasting tents, and special dinners, with culinary talent from Atlanta and around the Southeast. The party begins Thursday, June 1, and runs through Sunday, June 4. Tickets are available online.

INMAN PARK — Krog Street Market’s Ticonderoga Club is putting on a few events to celebrate the Food & Wine Festival. On Thursday, June 1, beginning at 5 p.m., the restaurant will host a “welcome to Georgia” party, with guest bartender Michael Clancy of Athens’s The National slinging drinks and Creature Comforts beers taking over the taps. T-Club chef David Bies and Micah Pfister of The Butcher The Baker in Marietta will collaborate on a special menu showcasing local ingredients. On Sunday, June 4, from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. T-Club will host a Spritz Brunch, featuring Spritz author Talia Baiocchi signing copies of her book and an afternoon spritz party with cocktails inspired by the book. T-Club’s kitchen normally closes at 11 p.m., but the restaurant will serve a special late-night menu this Thursday through Sunday.

MIDTOWN — Georgian Terrace hotel restaurant and bar Proof & Provision is throwing a pirate party this Thursday, June 1. From 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., P&P will be decked out in pirate decor, staff will be dressed up in buccaneer regalia, and patrons are encouraged to wear their best swashbuckling garb. The party will include tiki drink specials; complementary hors d’oeuvres; and a raffle to win a stay at the Georgian Terrace, gift…

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