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Love food, beer and wine? Here’s what to do, eat and drink this weekend in metro Atlanta

Indulge in wine and ice cream and get your hands on a tasty vegetarian sandwich Aug. 11-12

Hungry? There are plenty of events to check out and new restaurants to try this weekend in metro Atlanta.

Do This on Saturday

Raise a glass to the second annual Atlanta Summer Wine Fest at City Winery. Read more here.

Cool down with Slow Food Atlanta's 12th annual Ice Cream Social with samples from amateurs and Atlanta chefs. Proceeds support the Peachtree Road Farmers Market and Slow Food Atlanta. Read more here.

Drink your way down the Eastside Beltline during Pub Crawl on the Beltline. Read more here.

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Raise a glass to women in beer at the Dames + Dregs Beer Festival, which will bring together women from local breweries and offer samples of 120 beers, live music, good trucks and an artists market. Read more here.  

Help Jekyll Brewing in Alpharetta celebrate its fifth anniversary with a party offering pours of special beers are more. Read more here.

Try something a little unexpected in Buckhead with a meal at Mission and Market. Read our review here.

Lay off the meat with one of our favorite vegetarian sandwiches: The Grateful Veg at Love Peace and Pizza in Milton. Read more here. 

Have you tried chef Jason Liang’s new Midtown spot, Momonoki? Look for tsukemen dipping ramen, along with several other styles of ramen, donburi rice bowls, katsu sando Japanese cutlet sandwiches, and a variety of salads and small plates. Read more here.

Do This on Sunday

Splurge on a meal for a good cause at the Give Me Five dinner benefiting the No Kid Hungry organization. The five-course dinner prepared by Atlanta chefs will be paired with wine by five sommeliers. Read more here.

Learn how to make classic cocktails using cider and bitters during Urban Tree Cidery and 18.21 Bitters’ cocktail class. Read more here.

Head to Bar Mercado for a tasting and talk about the differences between cava, champagne, prosecco and other types of sparkling wine. Read more here.

Looking for a new brunch spot? Bon Ton just launched its brunch service with dishes including Vietnamese Omelet Banh Mi, Five Spice BBQ Shrimp and Grits and the Bon Ton Breakfast Bowl and drinks such as the Bon Ton Bloody and the Lazy Walker Half Frozen. Find it from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. every Sunday at 675 Myrtle St. NE in Atlanta.


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