The Canvas Cooler Project, Brunch on the BeltLine, and more

Food and drink-related events this week
Banana and chocolate chip bread pudding

Courtesy of Two Urban Licks

Red Bull Curates: The Canvas Cooler Project
On October 17 at 9 p.m., the Westside Cultural Arts Center will play host to an art contest and gallery composed of transformed Red Bull coolers. The work of twenty local artists, including Matt Relkin and Spencer Murrill, will be on display and judged as part of a seven-city tour. Afterward, the customized coolers will be displayed at local restaurants and bars, including Graveyard Tavern, Deadwood Salon, and Joe’s on Juniper.

Brunch on the BeltLine
Two Urban Licks and Parish Foods & Goods—both Concentrics Restaurants and both on the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail—will offer free coffee refills on Sundays to those who have brunch at one of the restaurants and then walk the BeltLine to the next. Just bring your to-go cup from one to the other!

Chateau Musar Winery dinner at the Spence
Also on October 17, the Spence is hosting a three-course wine dinner led by Serge Hochar, owner of Lebanon’s Chateau Musar Winery. The evening begins at 7 p.m. and costs $100 excluding tax and gratuity. Call the Spence at 404-892-9111 to make a reservation.

Art Party: Nourish
On October 19, ADAC in Peachtree Hills will celebrate its fortieth anniversary with an event called Art Party: Nourish. Article 14 will provide the food while SkyLounge mixologists make the drinks, and art exhibits will be open for all to explore. Tickets cost $50 in advance or $60 at the door and are only $25 for ADAC members.