Ladies can get ready for a good time with food and drink specials at a popular Johns Creek restaurant. For conversations about food, spirituality and more, head to Midtown for an exclusive soulful dinner. There are several fun, food events happening in metro Atlanta this week, so add one or all four of the following activities to your calendar.
Thursday, Sept. 13: Ladies, get ready for a good time. Enjoy rosé specials and small bites from the kitchen any time between 5-10 p.m. at Sugo. A seat at the table for this ladies night out is $15.
10305 Medlock Bridge Road, Johns Creek. 770-817-8000, sugorestaurant.com.
Sunday, Sept. 16: Urban Tree Cidery, Atlanta’s first hard cider maker, will host a four-course, tapas-style dinner paired with barrel-aged, vintage gala, das hops and sidra urbano cider . The event will be held at Cypress Street Pint & Plate. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. Tickets are $36 per person and can be purchased here.
Cypress Street Pint and Plate, 817 W. Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta. 404-815-9243, cypressbar.com.
Monday, Sept. 17: For a five-course dinner paired with Grander Rum, Baston del Rey Tequila, and Empress 1908 Gin, head to Stem Wine Bar at 6:30 p.m. Food courses include herb grilled Carolina quail, mole braised pork tamale and whiskey braised Wagyu short rib. Tickets are $99 and can be purchased here.
1311 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta. 678-214-6888, stemwinebar.com.
RSVP by Sept. 17: Learn more about food and its relationship to spirituality during Soul(ful) Food: A Dinner Conversation on the Intersection of Food, Cooking and Spirituality at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 20 at All Saints’ Episcopal Church. The discussion will be facilitated by Rose Scott, host of WABE’s “Closer Look”; Deborah VanTrece, executive chef and restaurateur of Twisted Soul Cookhouse and Pours; and the Rev. Kimberly S. Jackson, Episcopal priest and urban farmer. Dinner will be catered by VanTrece; music will be provided by violinist and vocalist LaTonya Peoples. RSVP by Sept. 17. A seat at the table will be $30.
634 W. Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta. 404-881-0835, allsaintsatlanta.org.
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