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 this Thursday.

Featured food events in metro Atlanta Sept. 13 – Sept. 17

A soulful dinner with Deborah VanTrece, cocktail dinners and more

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,

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,

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,

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,

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