The ATL Airport District has announced the postponement of the annual ATL Airport District Restaurant Week.
“Taking care of and promoting local businesses and the community has always been and will always be our number one priority,” said a spokeswoman. “As the uncertainty around COVID-19 continues, we have decided to postpone ATL Airport District Restaurant Week. We have been closely monitoring the recommendations by health organizations and our leaders, and feel this is the correct decision at this time.”
The event was orginally set for Saturday, March 21, through Sunday, March 29. During the nine-day culinary celebration, patrons were invited to enjoy top restaurants throughout the cities of College Park, East Point, Hapeville and Union City.
“We genuinely appreciate the community’s support of this annual event, and will share a new date as soon as it is confirmed. We encourage those who feel well to order takeout and to-go from all restaurants who are offering it. We understand that it is now, more than ever, important to support local businesses and we are dedicated to doing so for these participants.”
ATL Airport District is the official convention & visitors bureau for the cities of College Park, East Point, Hapeville and Union City, Ga. The mission of ATL Airport District is to generate economic development for the cities of College Park, East Point, Hapeville, and Union City by effectively marketing the community as a preferred tourism, convention and meeting destination.
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