The best bets for dining in Atlanta May 30 - June 3

Whether you want to check out the newest location of one of Atlanta's beloved restaurants, sip stellar vino at a popular wine bar or join in the she-bang that is the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, this week promises food- and drink-filled fun for everyone . Here are our four top dining picks.

Check out the new South City Kitchen in Buckhead

The third location of the iconic South City Kitchen outpost is now open for lunch and dinner .  On Memorial Day, May 30, the restaurant will be open for dinner only, with lunch services returning May 31. South City Kitchen Buckhead serves lunch weekdays, dinner daily and brunch on weekends. A bar menu is offered from 3 to 5 p.m. daily.  South City Kitchen Buckhead, 3350 Peachtree Road, Atlanta. 404-815-6677,

Sip South African wine at Stem Wine Bar

Spots are going fast for Stem Wine Bar's wine tastings on June 1 and 2. For each tasting, chef-owner Doug Turbush pairs six small bites with sommelier Chris McNeill's wine selections from South Africa. If you miss this week's offerings, worry not. The popular Marietta wine bar will hold wine tastings each Wednesday and Thursday in June. Stem Wine Bar, 1311 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta. 678-214-6888,

Try one of the new daily specials at Holeman and Finch

Holeman and Finch Public House recently began offering lunch service Friday and Saturdays, as well as Sunday dinner . Now, the restaurant has introduced a daily plate. Guests can enjoy classic specials like fried shrimp with hush puppies on Tuesdays, fish and chips on Fridays and barbecue pork shoulder with coleslaw on Saturdays, available alongside regular Holeman and Finch menu selections. Go here for the complete menu offerings.  Holeman & Finch Public House, 2277 Peachtree Road N.W., Atlanta. 404- 948-1175 ,

Credit: Ligaya Figueras

Credit: Ligaya Figueras

Get your tickets to Atlanta Food & Wine Festival 2016

The sixth annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival invites you to "eat. drink. Southern." For four days, you can indulge in the 85 classes, sample treats from chefs from all over the Southeast in the three Tasting Tent sessions and attend thirteen delicious dinners and parties. This year's event features a "Vineyard in the City"  that will remain for the duration of June for private events and community use. Events begin at noon on June 2 and run through the closing of the Tasting Tents on June 5. Ticket prices range from $45 for Sunday Brunch to a $585 three-day pass. And beyond. Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, .

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