We all know fall brings cooler temps and football, but it also brings a host of amazing food festivals. Check out our picks for 3 of the best food festivals to check out this fall in and around Atlanta. ​


Taste of Atlanta
Historic Fourth Ward Park​
10/18/2019 – 10/20/2019, 7:30 PM​

Taste of Atlanta, the city’s award-winning food festival, craft beer, wine and spirits festival showcasing the local restaurant scene, will return for three days: Friday, October 18th, Saturday, October 19th and Sunday, October 20th. Now in its 18th year, the festival will return to Historic Fourth Ward Park, adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine. Food lovers of all ages are invited to join Taste of Atlanta in October in celebrating the dynamic energy and variety of the local restaurant scene while savoring what makes Atlanta the food capital of the South!​





The Veggie Taste​
KIPP Strive Academy​
Saturday, September 21, 2019, 12-6 PM​

Get ready for the 9th annual VEGAN, RAW, PLANT BASED and VEGETARIAN Tasting Event where chefs will be sampling some of their most delicious, mouthwatering cuisine.​
The Veggie Taste is a family fun filled event encouraging healthy eating habits to everyone. You will learn how easy it is to transition into a more Healthy Lifestyle through nutritional Speakers, Artisan Marketplace, music, product samples and much more! ​



Barbecue Nation ​
Auburn Ave Rib Shack​
Monday September 16th – Friday September 20th​

Barbecue Nation is an exhibition that explores how barbecue connects us to cultures around the world as well as traditions, history and the future. The exhibition includes a wide array of artifacts, images, and oral histories from restaurants, festivals, community gatherings, and archives and museums from across the country. See historic photos and advertising images; menus and other artifacts from iconic barbecue joints; and vintage grills, including the 13-foot-long “Space Shuttle BBQ Pit” created by Houston-based Gator Pit of Texas. Barbecue Nation will be accompanied by a schedule of special programs, including a screening of the Southern Foodways Alliance film Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQ with a barbecue panel discussion; cooking demonstrations and a talk by author-chef Michael W. Twitty on African and African-American food traditions in Southern barbecue, and Hogtoberfest, a “whole hog” barbecue dinner.​


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