Atlanta food events: April 20-26

Things to eat and do this week


  • Rachel Hortman

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Coast Seafood and Raw Bar April 20-26, 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Oyster Fest Oyster Fest will offer oyster specials in 12 different Atlanta restaurants. The oyster event will end at Coast Seafood and Raw Bar for an all day celebration. The day will include executive chef Quentin Donnaud’s roasted oysters, live music, cornhole games and other festivities, and food items like hot dogs, hamburgers and an ice cream sundae bar. Details


Cibo e Beve Wed., April 22, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Administrative Professionals' Day
To celebrate the important role of administrative professionals, Cibo e Beve will offer each table a complimentary appetizer with an entree purchase during lunch hours. Reserve a table by calling the restaurant. Details

H. Harper Station Wed., April 22, 6-8 p.m. Wine Sessions: All Natural With a theme of natural wines, the lineup will feature wines from around the world made with organic, sustainable, and/or biodynamic farming and vinification practices. Guests will indulge in five wines, light snacks, and wine education. Details

La Tavola Trattoria April 22-May 2, 5-11 p.m. Mezzogiorno Sample the flavors of the Mezzogiorno region of Italy with a limited-time a-la-carte menu. La Tavola will celebrate the region’s rustic coastal cuisine with a special menu in addition to many signature dinner plates. Highlights of the Mezzogiorno-inspired menu include almond cavatelli with broccoli rabe pesto, Calabrian chiles and ricotta salata, whole grilled branzino with grilled lemon, arugula and radish and pistachio meringue with fig gelato and honey reduction. Details

Emory Point Wed., April 22, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Pop Up Wednesdays Emory Point will kick-off Pop Up Wednesdays on Earth Day. Pop-Up Wednesdays will showcase a variety of seasonal themes. The kick-off event on Earth Day will include a visit from the Homestead Atlanta, who will teach guests how to plant seedlings in a pot made from recycled newspaper. Additional themes throughout the season will include Puppy Playtime with the Atlanta Humane Society, Focus on Fitness with Pink Barre and Orangetheory Fitness, Cake Walks, canning demonstrations, and more. Details

Yeah! Burger Wed., April 22 Bike for Burgers In celebration of Earth Day, those who ride a bike to any YEAH! Burger location will receive a free grass-fed All-American Burger. For the non-burger fans, an entrée item of $8.99 or less is also an option. Details

The Sound Table Wed., April 22, 7-10 p.m. An Afropolitan Experience Join the Sound Table as they take their guests to another world, Kingdom Come. Werc Crew will introduce international food and a dance experience, and a Afro Caribbean pop-up dinner will also be available, prepared by Chef Ramos of Urban Vines Wine Company. Details


Cibo e Beve Thu., April 23, 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Children eat free After spending the day with your children, head to Cibo e Beve. In honor of take our daughters and sons to work day, children 12 and under eat free during regular business hours. Details


Valenza Restaurant Sat., April 25 Festa Della Liberazione Celebrate Italy's national holiday, Festa Della Liberazione with several menu specials, and pair with a glass of house-made limoncello. This holiday is celebrated for the liberation of the country, the fall of Mussolini’s Italian Social Republic, and the end of the Nazi occupation. Diners can make reservations by calling or visiting the website. Details

Atkins Park April 25-26, 11 a.m. 13th Annual Crawfish Boil Enjoy a weekend long event with crawfish and music. Executive chef Rusty Hamlin will prepare crawfish sent in from Louisiana just for this event. Guests can also enjoy other Cajun cuisine and bands such as Roadkill Ghost Choir and the Best Brothers band. Details


Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet Sun., April 26, 3 p.m. Spring Tonic The Third Annual Spring Tonic will offer a culinary experience featuring a family style meal. Food and drinks will be created by some of the best Atlanta chefs. Proceeds will support Community Farmers Markets' double SNAP, Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet, and the Giving Kitchen. Details

SoHo Starts April 26. Sundays, 5:30-9:30 p.m. All-American Lobster Boil The all-American lobster boil will include items like Maine lobster, Andouille sausage, corn on the cob, red bliss potatoes, and a green salad. Lobsters are limited, so reservations placed the Friday before by 5 p.m. will be assured a lobster. Details

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