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Eat up at the Taste of Buckhead tomorrow

More than 20 restaurants will be serving delicious bites at the Taste of Buckhead from 5:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24. Held at the Buckhead Theatre, the event, now in its 11th year, will feature food, wine, beer and more provided by prominent chefs, mixologists and community members.

Here’s a list of the confirmed restaurants: 521 Kitchen & Que, American Food & Beverage, A Piece of Cake, Bhojanic, Bistro Niko, Coast Seafood & Raw Bar, Corso Coffee, Davio’s, Del Frisco’s Grille, Doraku Sushi, Eclipse di Luna, F&B Atlanta, Georgetown Cupcake, Holeman & Finch Public House, Le Bilboquet, Maggiano’s Little Italy, Nancy G’s Cafe & Neighborhood Bistro, JW Marriott Buckhead’s Nox Creek Lounge Hotel Bar, Rock’s Chicken & Fries, Thirteen Pies, Twist Atlanta and Your Pie.

Several breweries and distributors will also offer samples to attendees. Confirmed participants include Red White & Blue Distributors, Monday Night Brewing, SweetWater Brewing Co., Bombay Sapphire, Speakeasy Spirits, IPV Trading, Virgil Kaine Whiskey, Chateau Elan, American Spirit Whiskey and Diageo.

Additionally, UBER wants to help keep attendees safe after an evening of eating and drinking. Taste of Buckhead attendees can use the code TASTEOFBUCKHEAD15 to receive a free first ride up to $20.

Buckhead Atlanta is also validating two hours of parking in their parking garage, and each additional hour will be $3. Validation tickets will be distributed to attendees at registration.

Tickets are $50 per person and include unlimited food and drink. To purchase visit​

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