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SEE & DO: Taste of Atlanta

Atlanta's largest food festival turns sweet 16 and moves to Old Fourth Ward Park

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BITS AND BITES: Taste of Atlanta moves to Old Fourth Ward Park Oct. 20-22

Get ready to eat, drink and be merry, y'all. This year, one of the city's largest and best-loved food festivals is turning sweet 16 and promising a celebration like no other, with a brand-new location at Old Fourth Ward Park and sips and bites from more than 90 different local bars and restaurants. Taste of Atlanta will kick off Friday at the park with an evening of eating, drinking and dancing hosted by Jonathan and Justin Fox of Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q. Saturday and Sunday will feature three interactive stages packed out with chef appearances, hands-on cooking demos and barcraft competitions, along with more than 200 bite-size samples to try from time-honored Atlanta favorites and promising newbies like Hattie B's, Rising Son, Le Bilboquet, Ticonderoga Club, Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours, Better Half, Tea House Formosa and many more.

$25-$85. Fri.-Sun., Oct. 20-22. Historic Fourth Ward Park, 680 Dallas St. N.E. www.tasteofatlanta.com.



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