Get your guac on at The Guac Stop in Atlantic Station

Love avocados ? How about guacamole? What about chips and guac?

If all of those sound appetizing then head to The Guac Stop, the nation's first guacamole lounge. The pop-up eatery will be conveniently nestled in Atlanta’s Atlantic Station for five days, beginning Wednesday.

The Guac Stop comes from the makers of Wholly Guacamole and its lounge will include a customizable guacamole bar and samples of other guacamole products, such as spicy peach guacamole and layered dips.

Customize your guacamole at The Guac Stop, which will be at Atlantic Station from June 28 to July 2./Photo courtesy of Wholly Guacamole.

Avocados will be the center of attention at this event, but there are other activities for visitors to take part in throughout its stay. One event is a photography class led by local photographer Marie Matthews who will be teaching folks how to capture the best photo using an iPhone. Other events include a silent disco, live music by Gibbs+Cash, barre fitness classes and terrarium planting classes with Terry Furuta Designs.

At The Guac Stop, guacamole tastings and events are free and open to the public but space is limited, so get there early. The guacamole paradise will be in Atlantic Station from June 28 to July 2, open from noon to 10 p.m. each day.

For more information about The Guac Stop visit its website.

1380 Atlantic Drive, Atlanta. 404-410-4010.


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