Things to Know About the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl It's been played in Atlanta since December 1968. Since 2014, the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl has been one of six bowl games to host the College Football Playoff. The other bowls are the Cotton, Fiesta, Orange, Rose and Sugar Bowls. In 1996, Chick-fil-A became the bowl’s first and only title partner. The last time a Georgia team played in the bowl was in 2008 when LSU beat Georgia Tech.

Peach Bowl 2019: Your guide to eating in and around Mercedes-Benz Stadium

There are plenty of ways to keep yourself satiated and your thirst quenched if you’re headed to Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. Read on for suggestions of where to eat and drink inside the stadium and our top picks for grabbing a bite or a drink in the area around the building.

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If you’re inside the stadium 

•The 2 million-square-foot sports facility offers many ways to fill the belly and wet a whistle. Check out a full listing of the (largely local) food and drink offerings and where to find them, including Delia’s Chicken Sausage, Iberian Pig, Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q and, of course, Chick-fil-A (but never on a Sunday). 

•If you love beer, find out everything you need to know about drinking inside the stadium, including some of the local beers on tap as well as pricing.

•Looking for a burger or some fried chicken with a view? Restaurant Molly B’s — which overlooks the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium and is named for the mother of Atlanta Falcons and United owner Arthur Blank — serves up both. 

If you venture outside the stadium 

Take a short walk to the heart of the Castleberry Hill neighborhood, where you’ll find everything from sushi to fried chicken and a restaurant, ice cream parlor and hookah lounge each with a celebrity pedigree. 

•Check out 10 restaurants within walking distance of The Benz that’ll satisfy your cravings for everything from Mexican food to burgers.

•Looking for a cheap lunch close to the stadium? Hit up one of these spots for Indian, Vietnamese and old-school country cooking.

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Parade presented by Lions Clubs International

When: 9 – 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 28

Where: Downtown Atlanta

Begins at the intersection of Peachtree Street and Xernona Clayton Way. Ends at the Georgia World Congress Center

Cost: Free

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