Atlanta food events: June 6-12

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Bellina Alimentari Tues., June 7, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Negroni Class Join Corey Phillips at Bellina Alimentari for this hands on informative class to learn all you need to know about the art of Negroni making. The best part of it all? Enjoy all cocktails during the class accompanied by signature nibbles. Details

Venkman's Tuesdays, 8:15-9:15 p.m. Post Yoga in the Park Happy Hour Recharge and retox after a relaxing yoga session in O4W Skate Park Field with a Post-Yoga In The Park Happy Hour at Venkman's benefitting Centering Youth. Hosted out on the Venkman’s patio every Tuesday in June, this fun, summertime event is sponsored by King of Pops. Details


Bellina Alimentari Wed., June 8, 6-7:30 p.m. Introduction to Fermentations Come and learn about the art of fermentation with naturpathic doctor Lupa Irie from Lupa’s Kitchen. This is an introductory class followed by a kombucha making demo with all the tips needed to start some simple fermentations at home. Details

Red Pepper Taqueria — Buckhead Wed., June 8, 6:30 p.m. Third Anniversary Celebration Chef and owner Mimmo Alboumeh welcomes you to celebrate three years of success. Those who RSVP and check in on Facebook can access a customer appreciation pre-party from 4:30 p.m. until doors open to the public, complete with two hours of complimentary margaritas, beer, live music, and more. Discounted margaritas, “Mexican Break” shots, and craft beer are to be expected. Details


City Winery Fri., June 10, 7 p.m. Oregon Wine Tasting Party Join City Winery Atlanta taste through some of the best wines the state of Oregon has to offer. Mingle with other Oregon oenophiles in this walkabout tasting party held on the restaurant patio. Details


East Lake Commons Sat., June 11, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Master Series: Mushroom Intensive with Tradd Cotter The Homestead ATL is bringing one of the country’s pre-eminent mushroom growers and researchers to impart his knowledge in an intensive and informative mushroom master class. Tradd Cotter — a microbiologist, professional mycologist, and organic gardener who has been growing and studying mushrooms for more than 22 years — will demonstrate the many ways in which fungi can improve our daily lives and environments. The workshop will cover cultivation, medicinal mushrooms role in enhancing health, and mycoremediation’s, aka mushrooms, ability to break down toxins in the environment. Details

Bosch Experience Center at Serenbe Sat., June 11, 11 a.m,-1 p.m. Plum Butter and Pickled Cherry Tomatoes Now you can savor the flavors of summertime by preserving them for anytime! In this workshop, you’ll get the information and supplies you need to make unbeatable and unique plum butter as well as pickled cherry tomatoes, a great preserve to help you keep up with your garden’s abundance. Details

Stone Mountain Park Sat.-Sun., June 11-12, noon-8 p.m., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  Atlanta Street Food and Music Festival More than 70 food trucks will descend upon Stone Mountain Park for the fifth anniversary of the Atlanta Street Food and Music Festival. In addition to street food eats, such as chicken and waffle fries from Ibiza Bites, Bento Bus’ rice bowl, and Fry Guy’s blue cheese fries, the showcase will feature live music from the Velvet Stones, Vivian Green, Atlanta Funk Society, Bilal, Cody Oliver, and more. Proceeds will benefit the Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit that provides assistance to hospitality workers in crisis. Details

Cathedral of St. Philip Sat., June 11, 12:30-2:30 p.m. Slow Food Atlanta's 10th Annual Ice Cream Social Atlanta’s sweetest and creamiest competition – the Slow Food Atlanta Annual Ice Cream Social – returns for its 10th year! Grab a scoop –– or two –– of this summer’s most eclectic, home-spun flavors, churned by the city’s most beloved chefs and ambitious amateurs! Details

Brookhaven MARTA Station Sat., June 11, 3-8 p.m. Brookhaven Beer Fest Spiral Entertainment heads into year six of Brookhaven’s annual beer fest. Sample more than 150 ales, IPAs, stouts, and other brews and varieties of fermented grape juices. Sold out for three years running, the festival also features live music, DJs, and bites from food vendors. Tickets include all the beer and wine a bladder can handle. Plus, the festival is conveniently located right behind the Brookhaven MARTA Station, so there’s no need to drive. Details

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