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Atlanta food events: July 4-10

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a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/cook_hall/Location?oid=6987241" rel="">Cook Hall Mon., July 4, 7-midnight Fourth of July Party Start the day off on the patio to watch the Peachtree Road Race and enjoy $5 Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas while listening to music from DJ Hakim. Guests can then feast on All-American food, boozy slushies, and other drink specials. Fireworks will begin at 9:30 p.m. Details

a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/revival/Location?oid=14954159" rel="">Revival Mon., July 4, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Terminus City Fourth of July Party This Fourth of July, acclaimed restauranteur Kevin Gillespie’s celebration at Communion, Revival’s backyard beer garden is the place to be. Enjoy Southern fare such as whole hog barbecue, Brunswick stew, and fried pie while playing fun games like cornhole, darts and horseshoes. All proceeds benefit the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program. Details

??Ecco Mon.-Sun., July 4-10, 5:30-10 p.m., 5:30-11 p.m, 6-10 p.m. Farm to City Join Ecco for a colorful culinary experience filled with tomatoes, corn and all other summer favorites. Purchase local groceries and then help executive chef Michael Patria celebrate the summer harvest with a special Farm to City dinner menu and a Sunday Supper on July 10. Details

a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/ventanas/Location?oid=2159535" rel="">Ventanas Mon., July 4, 7-11 p.m. Red, White & Booze 2016 Celebrate Independence Day in style on one of the swankiest rooftops in ATL at the annual Red, White, & Booze summer soiree. Hosted at Ventanas by Atlanta Sport and Social Club, this July Fourth bash will feature a buffet of all-American eats, a fireworks display, a cash bar (or four-hour open bar, if you’ve got VIP status), tunes from DJ Gary Braner, and more, all against the backdrop of the skyline and Centennial Olympic Park. Don your best red, white, and blue garb and do a sunset toast with a brewski to the ol’ U.S. of A. Details

a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/bellina_alimentari/Location?oid=15784019" rel="">Bellina Alimentari Thurs., July 7, 7-8:30 p.m. Pasta Making Class Learn how easy it is to make delicious fresh pasta the Italian way. This is a basic hands on cooking class, followed by a tasting of the pasta. Guests get to take home their creations. Details

a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/wild_heaven_craft_beers/Location?oid=10959639" rel="">Wild Heaven Craft Beers Sat., July 9, 1:30 p.m. Atlanta Beer Tours: Decatur Dash Atlanta is a city filled with great local breweries, and neighboring towns like Decatur are no different. This round of Atlanta Beer Tours focuses on those nearby businesses in a Decatur Dash edition, spending the afternoon exploring three of the area’s top breweries: Wild Heaven, Three Taverns, and Blue Tarp. Beginning at Wild Heaven, walk to each location to enjoy private tours of the facilities and samples of their countless, award-winning creations. Tickets include each tour, 14 beer tastings, a souvenir gift, and snacks for the evening. Spend the night tasting brews and enjoying the community atmosphere these local breweries have to offer. Details

a class="wiki" href="/atlanta/red_hare_brewing_company/Location?oid=6264519" rel="">Red Hare Brewing Company Sat., July 9, 2-6 p.m. Fifth Annual Luau and Pig Roast Dropping everything for a tropical Hawaiian getaway may not be possible this summer, but with a little help from Red Hare Brewing Company (and your imagination), you can still bask in island vibes — at least for a night. Back for a fifth year, Red Hare’s annual luau and pig roast is a festive excuse to bust out those Hawaiian shirts and hula skirts. Entry includes 36 ounces of beer samples (including some special tropical-themed brews), a souvenir glass, and a fair share of roasted pig. There will also be live reggae rock from Rhythm Earth to enjoy, and luau-goers will leave with a six-pack of Red Hares’s grapefruit IPA, SPF 50/50, to drink at home. Details





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