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Themed this year as "Off the Eaten Path," expect a brand new location for the tasting tents, a kickoff event focused on late-night bites, and classes focused on unexpected pairings, like pancakes and beer.
Heading to this year's Atlanta Food & Wine Festival? Here's what's new for 2017 and the events you won't want to miss.
The only cheese dip recipe you’ll ever need, plus 6 other things I learned at the Atlanta Food & Wine festival
Thousands of festivalgoers, chefs, mixologists, cookbook authors, and other food and drink authorities descended upon Atlanta over the weekend for the 5th annual Atlanta Food & Wine festival held at the Loews Hotel in Midtown. Organizers Dominique Love and Elizabeth Feichter have put in more elbow grease than the fryers at Popeye’s to rally the region’s most talented culinary minds to our city. Below, a few observations from my time at the event.
This month (May 28-31) will mark the fifth year that thousands descend upon Midtown for a weekend of lectures, drinking, and eating. A few of our favorite events on this year’s lineup.
The fifth annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival (AFWF) will be held May 28-31, and early bird ticket sales begin Friday, February 13. Founders Dominique Love and Elizabeth Feichter say this year’s guests should expect the unexpected with a bevy of new programming.
ATL Food Chatter: June 21, 2010 (To receive the Chatter and other culinary tidbits directly in your inbox, sign up for our weekly dining newsletter) Atlanta food fans learned last week that a new showcase of the culinary South will be held here in May 2011. The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will be built around the themes of Old Traditions, New Traditions, and Imports and Inspirations. The event, slated for Midtown, is the brainchild of two dynamic young civic entrepreneurs, Dominique Love and Elizabeth Feichter, who shared their inspiration and aspirations for the event with me via e-mail:
The juicy dish (not to mention the tasty nibbles from some of the city's finest chefs) being served up on the fourth floor of White Provision in West Midtown Wednesday night was worth the oppressive heat.