In the ATL – Beer, Wine, and Free Food!

March 11, 2009 · 1 comment

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Here’s a few more links to noteworthy things going on in the ATL. Support your local restaurants!


Melissa over at Heading Upstream announced that her and her husband will be hosting a fundraiser at Sweetwater Brewery in support of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of GA. The event is only $25 (advanced ticket price) and is for a great cause. It’s from 1-3PM on March 28. Check out her site for more information.


Foodie Buddha recently posted about South City Kitchen Vinings, where for the remainder of March they will be offering a free entree with the purchase of another. Check out his website for the link to the coupon. I recently dined at SCK Vinings and had a killer pork chop. I definitely plan on taking advantage of this offer.


Speaking of Vinings, a new restaurant called Social Vinings will be opening this Friday. It sounds like they will have a cool mixture of fine dining and casual bar/patio dishes, definitely worth a shot if you are in the area.


Metromix just posted about the all you can eat Sunday brunch at Marlow’s (Vinings/Kennesaw) for $15. In addition, they also have all you can drink mimosas for $15. Would it be acceptable to eat cereal at home then head there and pound mimosas? We may find out.


Looking for more deals? John Kessler recently had an article in the AJC, summarizing some great deals around town. From “Comfort Tuesday” at Kozmo, to half price wine on Thursday’s at Woodfire, there are tons of deals around town during this kind of economy, and our local restaurants need your support. On a side note, I went to Woodfire last Friday for the tasting menu, and had a fantastic experience. The food was creative, extremely well prepared, and the service from our waitress and sommelier Nick was superb.


Last up, the website Thrillist just had a post announcing Social Sundays at Hand in Hand in VA-HI. $1 fish tacos and $1PBR, out on the patio in the gorgeous spring weather in Atlanta….what could be better? They also mentioned a free lunch at Rosa’s in Atlantic Station. It’s a lunch-and-learn where you will learn and dine on one pot meals such as red pozole soup. Sounds like it’s worth a look.

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  • Melissa

    Buckhead Life restaurants also have great deals going on for their 30th all you can eat stone crabs at Atlanta Fish Market for $59, 3 course meals at Pricci for $29 or $39 with wine pairings, or $49 for a 3 course meal at Lobster Bar.

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