Atlanta’s favorite food festival returns, with a few adjustments, September 10-19. As COVID-19 has given us all an opportunity to change our routines and do things differently, celebrating the 10th year of the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is no different. Instead of crowded tents and roaming people, this year’s event will showcase digital seminars, and select socially distanced meals.
The restaurant community has been hit especially hard due to the pandemic, and tickets from this year’s digital seminars called the AF&WF At Home Edition, presented by Publix, will go straight back to the participating chefs and restaurants.
The select dinners, lunches, and brunches will include a special collaboration dinner with Chef Jeb Aldrich, Chef Matt Weinstein, and Chef Claudia Martinez at Tiny Lou’s, An Evening in Provence dinner with AIX’s Nicky Leahy or The Pasta & Vinyl Experience presented by Chef Craig Richards at Lyla Lila.
Other tasting experiences include various lunches and dinners from:
Tickets for seminars begin at $10 with chef experiences ranging from $95-$200 and can be purchased at www.atlfoodandwinefestival.com