Atlanta Food Festivals – Eater Atlanta
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Atlanta Food Festivals – Eater Atlanta

Atlanta is buzzing with food and wine events. This season is full of food festivals, and here are a few to put on your radar.

Peachfest Festival, July 21st

Time for Justin Bieber… “I get my peaches in Georgia, oh shit.”

Peachfest will showcase Georgia’s favorite fruit, which is in full season now. The festival at the Peachtree Center will feature more than 65 artisans, chefs and mixologists. Participating restaurants include Whoopsie’s, Kevin Rathbun Steak, El Super Pan, Wrecking Bar and more. There’s even a Peach Puppy costume contest on July 20. Tickets for the festival range from $95 to $100.

Killer Tomato Festival Attack, July 28

What better way to celebrate tomato season than at one of the city’s most popular tasting events? Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival by Georgia Organics is back for its 13th year. Expect a stellar lineup of chefs and bartenders from Bread & Butterfly, Chai Pani, Kimball House, The Chastain and more, who will be preparing tomato dishes and cocktails using produce from local Georgia farms. The festival will take place at the Westside Motor Lounge, and tickets start at $100.

Grand Tasting Alpharetta, August 8

Alpharetta’s top restaurants will offer unlimited food and drink tastings at the Hotel at Avalon. Restaurants like Foundation Social Eatery, Delbar Middle Eastern, Coletta and Fogon and Lions, among others, are expected to participate. The program will also feature more than a dozen wine, craft beer and craft cocktail tastings. Tickets range from $85 to $125.

Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, September 12-15

Atlanta’s largest food and wine celebration returns with over 200 chefs presenting culinary demonstrations in tasting tents, private dinners, cooking demonstrations, and wine and cocktail tastings. Participating restaurants include The Alden, Mission + Market and Zakia, Che Butter Jonez, La Semilla, Nakato Japanese Restaurant, El Ponce and more. Early Bird tickets are on sale now.

For clarity, Eater Atlanta editor-in-chief Henna Bakshi will be attending the Atlanta Food and Wine Festival as a guest sommelier for a ticketed dinner with local chefs.