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Atlanta food events: Oct. 5-11

Things to eat and do


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? Monday
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? Pace Academy Mon., Oct. 5, 6:30 p.m. An Evening with Joel Salatin Join the Pace Academy community for an ICGL Year of FOOD event with Joel Salatin. The full-time, third-generation alternative farmer advocates for the sustainable-food movement and is the author of nine books and countless articles. The event will be held in Knights Hall on the fifth floor of Garcia Family Middle School. Details.
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? Tuesday
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? Table & Main Tue., Oct. 6 Greater Atlanta Girls Choir Fundraiser Table & Main will donate 20 percent of all evening sales to the Greater Atlanta Girls Choir, a nonprofit, non-denominational organization that offers girls from age 3 through 12 the opportunity to participate in tour, apprentice, and training choirs. Details.
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???? Raging Burrito - Decatur Tue., Oct. 6, 5-10 p.m. Charis Circle Supper Club Join the Charis Circle Supper Club for a dinner at Raging Burrito. A percentage of all diner's checks will benefit Charis Circle, so bring a healthy appetite. Details.
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? Wednesday
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? Thirteen Pies Wed., Oct. 7, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Thirteen Pies' First Anniversary Celebration Join the Buckhead Atlanta neighborhood pizzeria for specials in honor of the restaurant’s first anniversary. Enjoy one complimentary famed baked goat cheese with oven-dried tomato, Kalamata olive, basil pesto, and crostini per table in addition to complimentary signature cocktail “Grapefruit Rickey,” a combination of vodka, fresh grapefruit, St. Germain, club soda, and lime. Bites and cocktails are complimentary with the purchase of an entrée. Details.
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? Thursday
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? The Piedmont Room Thurs., Oct. 8, 7-10 p.m. Barefoot Wine Bear Garten Pride Celebration Barefoot Wine & Bubbly is bringing its long-standing NYC Pride celebration to Atlanta! They're taking a play on the beer garten theme by hosting the Barefoot Wine Bear Garten Pride Celebration! In addition to a surprise celebrity host, RuPaul's Drag Race contestants Haus of Edwards (Alyssa Edwards, Shangela and Laganja Estranja) will be performing, while DJ Lady Bunny will be pumping the hottest jams. Guests must be 21+ to attend. Details.
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? Friday
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? Atlanta Botanical Garden Fri., Oct. 9, 5:30-10 p.m. Atlanta Cheese Festival Join local restaurants and vendors in celebrating hundreds of artisan cheeses and cheese producers from around the world. Participating restaurants include Home Grown and High Road Craft Ice Cream & Sorbet. This year, for the first time, the festival will include the Macdown: a competition to see which chef can concoct the best macaroni and cheese. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Giving Kitchen, which provides assistance to restaurant workers in crisis. Details.
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? Saturday
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? Der Biergarten Sat., Oct. 10, 8 a.m. 3rd Annual Oktoberfest Run 2015 Come foster German-American relations and experience German culture while competing in a 5K road race/walk and/or participating in a 1K Dirndl & Lederhosen Fun Run. After both events, Der Biergarten will host a cultural celebration will be the site of a celebration featuring beer, bratwurst, and fun. Proceeds benefit the German-American Cultural Foundation. Details.
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?Brookhaven Park Sat., Oct. 10, noon-6 p.m. Brookhaven Chili Cook Off Satisfy your seasonal chili cravings at Brookhaven’s annual chili cook off. Enjoy chili and Brunswick stew made by more than 75 competitors as well as barbecue, hot dogs, and more from local restaurants and food vendors. The Fry Guy, The Atlanta Burger Truck, and Tex’s Taco food trucks will also be selling eats. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Releash Atlanta, a nonprofit that aims to increase the pet adoption rate in Atlanta. Details.
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? Krog Street Market Sat., Oct. 10, 1-6 p.m. Black Tie Bar Tour Enjoy a black tie bar tour hosted by Soccer in the Streets in order to raise money for their annual benefit. Dress to the nines and sip a drink at each stop. Bars include The Albert, Parish, Pure, and Two Urban Licks. Details.
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? Sunday
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? Gypsy Kitchen Sun., Oct. 11, 4 p.m. Gypsy Kitchen's One-Year Anniversary Help Gypsy Kitchen celebrate its first birthday with a pig roast, $5 sangria, $4 tinto de veranos, live entertainment, and half-price select plates on the restaurant's open-air patio. Complimentary glasses of sangria will be served until 6 p.m. Details.





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