The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will return to Midtown on May 31 through June 3.
The event features foods and drinks from all across the South, from Texas to D.C., through tasting tents, dinners, learning experiences and more.
Tasting tents allow festival guests to sample the region’s top food and drink products, featuring 94 food and beverage exhibitor booths with a rotating line-up of 35 different chefs each day.
Tasting tents will take place during the evening on Friday, June 1 and Saturday, June 2 and in the afternoon on Sunday, June 3 at Piedmont Park’s Greensward Promenade.
Some of the themes for this year’s tasting tents include “Improbable Pairs,” showcasing unique wine, beer, cocktail and food pairings, “Palate Pleasers,” a flavor-driven sampling experience, and “Ingredient Spotlight,” a showcase of the region’s quintessential ingredients.
“We have as much fun creating the Tasting Tent experience as the guests do indulging their way through it,” Elizabeth Feichter, the festival’s co-founder, said. “It is so exciting to see the region’s best talent come together to curate such a memorable event for Festival-goers.”
For a complete list of the chefs and exhibitors at the tents, click here.
Additionally, the festival will feature learning experiences for people of all cooking backgrounds, no matter their skill level. Some classes include pairing sessions, tasting seminars, technique laboratories and more.
A variety of ticket packages are available, including individual tasting tent passes, day passes, weekend passes, “connoisseur” passes and passes for specific dinners or events. For detailed ticket information, visit the festival ticketing website.