Atlanta weekend food events: June 24-26

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Alliance Francaise d'Atlanta Fri., June 24, 6-9:30 p.m. La Vie en Rosé Alliance Française d'Atlanta invites you to their first-ever Rosé tasting. The event is dedicated exclusively to Rosé wine and champagne, from France. Come to a sensorial experience of delicious Rosé, delectable eats, and lively entertainment. Details

Fri., June 24, 5-9 p.m. Summer Sipathon Kick off summer with SweetWater Brewing Company, Corralejo Tequila, and Jägermeister on Tavernpointe's patio. There will be a performance by local band The Len and Pete Show and great deals on margaritas, craft beers, and delicious fish from chef Sid Blackwell. Details


Green Market at Piedmont Park Sat., June 25, 11 a.m.-noon Chef's Demo: Gluten-Free Veggie Burgers Vedam Clementi, gluten-free cookbook author, will be preparing gluten free grilled vegetable veggie burgers. Take a walk through the park, buy some fresh vegetables and other goodies, stop by the demo stage, and get a burger! Details

Eventide Brewing Sat., June 25, noon-4 p.m. Citrus Grove Release Party Come celebrate Eventide Brewing’s tasting room’s one-year anniversary and the release of the new Citrus Grove Hefeweizen. For a single ticket, party goers’ get a specialty Eventide Hefeweizen Glass, an Eventide 32 oz. Growler, and a Citrus Grove Growler Fill. Details.

Cigar Village East Sat., June 25, noon-midnight. Atlanta Beer Bash A $20 ticket gets you several different genres of live music, fun, and all the beer you can drink. There will also be food trucks and multiple vendors in attendance. Details.

Brookhaven Park Sat., June 25, 12:30-7pm Buds-n-Burgers Festival Experience a top-notch burger event that's showcasing 20 to 30 local restaurants and their burger skills while being entertained by this year’s headliner, two time Grammy nominee, Tonic. Details.

Armour Yards Sat., June 25, 7-11 p.m. WonderFarm 2016 The annual WonderFarm event is more than just a fundraiser, it’s one of the most anticipated art events in the city. As a partnership between WonderRoot and Community Farmers Markets, the soiree features eats from a dozen of Atlanta’s best chefs, art curated by Emerging Artist Award recipient Kris Pilcher, music by Mike Stasny, and other featured artists including Dana Haugaard, Antonio Darden, and Angela Bortone. The run of show includes a cocktail reception, interactive demonstrations, a gourmet seated dinner (last year’s pictured above), live performances, art installations, and a silent auction to boot. Details


Argosy Sun., June 26, 6 p.m.-12 a.m. Wild Bunch Benefit Support local restaurants while enjoying delicious tacos and drinks with this year’s Wild Bunch benefit. Admission comes with five food and drink tickets, but fear not: Extra tickets are $5 a pop, in case you need to try one of everything. The evening will feature several local chefs and mixologists, including Ryan Smith (Staplehouse), David Bies (Ticonderoga Club), Shanna Mayo (AMER), and Philip Frobos (Argosy). Local breweries like Creature Comforts, Wild Heaven, Orpheus Brewing, and more will help wash everything down. While filling up, don’t forget to check out the live entertainment from acts like Little Francis and Greg Cartwright (Reigning Sound, The Oblivians). All proceeds go to the Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit that assists hospitality workers in crisis. Details

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