Brunchfest, Hello Kitty Cafe truck and more food things to do in metro Atlanta this week

Brunchfest in Piedmont Park. The Hello Kitty Cafc truck rolls into Midtown with goodies. There are several fun, food events happening in metro Atlanta, so add one or all three of the following activities to your calendar. Be prepared to eat, drink and have a grand ole time.

Saturday, Feb. 24: A cafe on wheels, or rather, the Hello Kitty Cafe truck , will roll into town to sell Hello Kitty boxed cookies sets, giant cookies, water bottles and more. The truck will be parked at Atlantic Station from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and goodies will be available while supplies last.

Atlantic Station, 1380 Atlantic Dr. N.W. Atlanta. 404-410-4010.

Sunday, Feb. 25: Hampton + Hudson  will host its quarterly pop-up, Vegan Sunday Supper, a four-course menu, from 6-8 p.m. The family-style Italian dinner will include panko fried Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and sweet potato lasagna and chickpea "meat"balls with pumpkin seed alfredo. Tickets for the dinner are $40; craft beer pairing tickets are $50 each.

299 N. Highland Ave. N.E., Atlanta. 404-948-2123, .

Sunday, Feb. 25: Brunch lovers will be able to dig into breakfast bowls, scrambled eggs served with crispy bacon, a bevy of bagels served with cream cheese and cured salmon, a Krispy Kreme station with whipped cream, strawberries and chocolate, a biscuit station with county ham and sausage and more during Midtown's Brunchfest at Park Tavern from 12:30-6 p.m. Libations will include mimosas, Bloody Marys served with cocktail shrimp, Domaine Ste Michelle Brut Rosé and more. For ages 21 and up, general admission tickets are $15 and includes entry to the event, entertainment for the day and two food or drink tickets; the all-day rosé VIP experience includes early entrance, all-day access to the rosé room with six selections of rosé and champagne, bottomless mimosas, bottomless champagne and two food or drink tickets for $45. Click here to purchase tickets.

500 10th St. N.E., Atlanta. 404-249-0001, .

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