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Eat food from some of Atlanta's best chefs, do good with tickets to Team Hidi fundraier

Who doesn't love the opportunity to eat delicious food for a good cause?

Here's yours: Tickets for the fifth installment of the Team Hidi fundraising event, to be held Jan. 29, 2017, are now on sale.

The event benefits The Giving Kitchen, the non-profit that serves Atlanta restaurant workers facing unexpected hardship. Profits from the much-lauded Old Fourth Ward restaurant Staplehouse also go toward the organization.

Tickets include tastings from 50 Atlanta restaurants and bars, including Staplehouse, Empire State South, Canoe, Two Urban Licks and Common Quarter; cocktails from local bartenders including Paul Calvert from Ticonderoga Club and Miles Macquarrie from Kimball House; live music from Yacht Rock Revue; live art from local artists including Dozfy and Catlanta; and a live auction with items including a chefs table experience and a weekend in New Orleans for the Hogs for a Cause celebration.

Tickets are sold at two levels: $500 for the Tastemaker Experience, which offers upgrades including a tour and tasting at American Spirit Works, early entry to the event and meet-and-greets with Atlanta chefs; and $150 General Admission tickets, which includes entry to the event including food, drinks and entertainment.

Click here to purchase tickets.

Team Hidi 5. 5-9 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29. $150-$500. The Stave Room at American Spirit Works, 199 Armour Drive NE, Atlanta.



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