Seafood dinner special, fire pit party and more this week in metro Atlanta

Enjoy a four-course dinner with seafood in Roswell. Warm up with s’mores, drinks and more. There are several fun, food events happening in 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.

Now through Nov. 15:  Osteria Mattone is celebrating its fourth anniversary with a four-course menu featuring crispy oysters, baked rigatoni, swordfish and chocolate bonet from 5-9:30 p.m. This limited-edition dinner menu is available for $44 with the option to add wine pairings from sommelier Daniel Pernice for an additional $22.

1095 Canton St., Roswell. 678-878-3378, .

Thursday, Nov. 16: Head to Reformation Brewery to mingle with current and prospective business owners in the Woodstock area. Tickets, which can be purchased here for $20, include a souvenir glass, plate of delicious barbecue from Four 41 South BBQ and three pours of Reformation beer. All proceeds will go to benefit Main Street Gives and its beneficiaries, Elm Street Cultural Arts Village, and the Woodstock Public Safety Foundation.

500 Arnold Mill Way, Woodstock. 678-341-0828, .

  Thursday, Nov. 16: O-Ku  will warm up Atlantans with a guest bartender series. This week’s guest will be Sean Gleason of Biltong Bar, who will serve his signature cocktail alongside O-Ku’s bar manager Tom Noonan all night long. All proceeds from the special cocktail will be donated to The Giving Kitchen.

1085 Howell Mill Road N.W., Atlanta. 404-500-2383, .

Friday, Nov. 17: Battle the cold weather with toasty s'mores and special brews at Second Self Beer Company' s fire pit from 6-9 p.m. Guests will be able to enjoy BonFIRE, a special chocolate porter created for this event made with vanilla and a touch of smoke. S'mores packs and craft beer will be available for purchase, and more details can be found here.

1317 Logan Cir. N.W., Atlanta. 678-916-8035, .

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