Two companies team up for an outdoor anniversary at Ponce City Market. Love the Falcons? One restaurant gets into game action with a pig roast inclusive of an all-you-can-eat option. There are several fun, food events happening in metro Atlanta, so add one or all four of the following activities to your calendar. Be prepared to eat, drink and have a grand ole time.
Wednesday, Oct. 10: For a five-course wine reception and dinner featuring oven-roasted mussels, smoked duck breast, lamb and more paired with Orin Swift wine, head to Ray’s at Killer Creek at 6:30 p.m. A seat at the table will be $99. Call the restaurant for reservations.
1700 Mansell Road, Alpharetta. 770-649-0064. raysrestaurants.com/raysatkillercreek.
Saturday, Oct. 13: City Winery Atlanta will partner with Down Home Brewing for an outdoor anniversary party featuring beer, Big Green Egg dishes and live music beginning at noon. Chris Reeves, brewmaster and founder of Down Home Brewing, will be on-site pouring glasses of his handcrafted Georgia Hooch IPA and T-Pom Pomegranate Wheat Ale. Chef Nick Anderson will serve southern classics such as barbecue brisket sandwiches, beer can chicken and house-made coleslaw. Tickets, which are $30, can be purchased here.
Ponce City Market, 650 North Ave. NE, Atlanta. 615-324-1010, citywinery.com/atlanta.
Sunday, Oct. 14: During the Atlanta Falcons game, Second Self Beer Company will host the People’s BBQ featuring smoked whole pig food plates for $15 or an all-you-can-eat option with side dishes for $25 beginning at 1 p.m.
1317 Logan Cir. NW, Atlanta. 678-916-8035, secondselfbeer.com.
Monday, Oct. 15: Learn to make meatballs (and eat ‘em too) during a special culinary class at 7 p.m. at Sugo. Tickets are $39; reserve a spot by calling the restaurant.
10305 Medlock Bridge Road, Johns Creek. 770-817-8000, sugorestaurant.com.
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