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Atlanta weekend food events: Oct. 9-11

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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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????Pine Street Market Sat., Oct. 10, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Makin' Bacon with Pine Street Market Join Rusty from Pine Street Market for a morning of everything bacon. You’ll not only get hands-on curing pork belly from Gum Creek Farms into a tasty morning treat, you’ll also create bacon jam together as well as cook a vegetable dish using bacon, just to show the versatility of this delicious southern staple. 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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?Ponce City Market Sat., Oct. 10, 5-10 p.m. Party on Ponce Most parties on Ponce de Leon Avenue involve sweating it out Friday nights at El Bar, or making constant trips to MJQ’s in-house ATM. Folks rock duo Indigo Girls, singer-songwriter Shawn Mullins, and David Ryan Harris round out the musical lineup. Guests can also shop at the venue’s retail spots, and chomp on munchies from James Beard Award-winning chef including Anne Quatrano and Hugh Acheson. Details.
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? Sunday
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?Thirteen Pies Sun., Oct. 11, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. National Sausage Pizza Day Enjoy the signature handmade lamb sausage pie topped with perfectly smoked provolone, jalapeño, oven-dried tomato, and pecorino, for just $11. Details.
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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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?ONE. midtown kitchen Sun., Oct. 11, 6 p.m. 6 Chefs + ONE Harvest Welcome the fall harvest with six chefs, including those from Two Urban Licks and The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at Parish, and six courses in ONE kitchen. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Giving Kitchen. Price includes arrival libations and six dinner courses. Tax and gratuity are not included. Details.
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?Gallery L1 Sun., Oct. 11, 7-10 p.m. Dinner with the Artists To celebrate the exhibitions "Proving Grounds" and "Education of the Negro" during Atlanta Celebrates Photography month, meet with photographer Jason Maris and special guest James Bond: a former Atlanta City Council member, brother to the late Julian Bond and son of photographer Dr. Horace Mann Bond. Dinner will be prepared by chef David Sweeney and includes cream fennel and dill soup with baked Granny Smith apples, candied anise, and walnuts, and lamb carre, with lemon labne, baby mustard greens, a mango-sesame vinaigrette, and spiced-candied sesame. Details.





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