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Atlanta weekend food events: Oct. 23-25

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? Friday
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? Red Hare Brewing Company Fri., Oct. 23, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Red Hare Brewing's Sticky Stout Re-Launch Red Hare's seasonal Oatmeal Stout returns for the winter! Join us at the brewery as we tap the first keg for the season. Sticky Stout 6 pack tours will be available for purchase at the brewery too! Live music + food truck on site. More details to come! Tickets will be available for our usual tour/tasting rates and available at the door only. Details.
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? Grand Hyatt Atlanta Fri., Oct. 23, 6-10 p.m. Whiskies of the World Whiskey lovers are invited to a night devoted to celebrating whiskies, distillers, and other spirits from all over the world. Enjoy unlimited whiskey tastings paired with food and the company of whiskey brand ambassadors and other connoisseurs. Tickets also include a souvenir tasting glass and a complimentary cigar for cigar class attendees. Purchase a VIP ticket to enjoy exclusive pours, shorter wait times for samples, and a guided tasting in the whiskey masterclass. Details.
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Fri., Oct. 23, 6 p.m.-midnight. Global Champagne Day In recognition of Global Champagne Day, Moët & Chandon has once again partnered with STK Atlanta – along with all STK locations across the globe – to celebrate a toast from around the world will be treating guests to a celebratory Champagne toast at 10:23 p.m. to commemorate everyone’s favorite sparkling wine. Details.
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? Saturday
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? Brook Run Park Sat., Oct. 24, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Bud n Burgers The first annual Bud-n-Burgers Festival will showcase 12 to 15 local restaurants and their burger skills for a chance to win a share of the $5,000 in cash and prizes. Come out and experience a top-notch burger experience with live music and other exciting elements that’s fun for the entire family. Details.
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? Revival Sat., Oct. 24, noon-3 p.m. Bacon Explosion Atlanta chef, restaurateur, speaker and cookbook author Kevin Gillespie is teaming up with BBQ Addicts’ Jason Day to pay respect to the pig with a Bacon Explosion event at Gillespie’s newest restaurant, Revival. Guests can savor the bacon-wrapped, bacon-stuffed barbecue sausage dish that puts all others to shame. The porcine party will take place on Revival’s front porch and in the Decatur restaurant's front yard, where Day will be cooking the original version of his infamous Bacon Explosion. Details.
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? Adair Park Sat., Oct. 24, noon-6 p.m. Adair Park Porches and Pies Designed to shine a light on the south's hospitality, this fest invites folks to join by tasting one of over 80 homemade pies (or taste more than one. Choose your own adventure). Of course there's also a tour of 1920s-style bungalows and live music. Details.
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? Petite Auberge Sat., Oct. 24, 6:30-10 p.m. 19th Annual Oktoberfest Party The event features a buffet with all-you-can-eat traditional German and Bavarian cuisine (served until 9 p.m.). Includes everything from schnitzel to sauerkraut and spaetzle to strudel. The lively event takes place in the restaurant’s banquet rooms, which are transformed into a Bavarian-style festival hall, and all seating is open. The event also boasts a cash bar with select German draft beers and wines as well as traditional “oompah” music by the famous polka party band Bavarian Express (which may even encourage the chicken dance, as in past years). Cost includes coffee, tea, tax and gratuity. Details.
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? Sunday
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? Bantam & Biddy - Morningside Sun., Oct. 25, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Fall Festival Join Bantam + Biddy for their third anniversary celebration. Co-owners Shaun Doty and Lance Gummere are putting on a fall festival and are inviting everyone to come out for live music, chicken tamales, aguas fresca, and more. Buy local honey from Hodges Honey & Bees and check out cooking demonstration and tastes with Cook’s Warehouse. Details.
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? Second Self Beer Company Sun., Oct. 25, noon. Bend & Brew Guests are invited to an all-levels yoga class led by lululemon Ponce City Market ambassador and yoga instructor Veronica Lewinger. Following the 12:30 p.m. class, patrons will go on a private brewery tour and sample six Second Self pours, including Thai Wheat, Mole Porter, and Red Hop Rye.Tickets include the yoga class, the tour, and the beer samples. Guests should bring their own mats. Details.
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? Gunshow Sun., Oct. 25, 6-9 p.m. “Shotgun” Beer Dinner Gunshow is launching a quarterly “Shotgun” Beer Dinner Series (college fraternity affiliation not required) featuring local breweries. For this premiere dinner, the restaurant is partnering with Creature Comforts Brewing Co. and Three Taverns Craft Brewery. This innovative dining experience will feature six dishes from Gunshow’s team of chefs and a total of 10 beers from Creature Comforts and Three Taverns. Details.





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