The event will be held Sept. 21.
Photo: Paul Ward
Photo: Paul Ward

Kick off fall at annual ‘Wine Stroll,’ featuring local food and drink

The city of Dunwoody’s popular “Wine Stroll” is back for another year.

The annual event will give local residents the chance to sample wine, beer and food from popular Dunwoody bars and restaurants on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Pernoshal Park.

Tickets cost $25 and include food and drink tastings, a souvenir wine glass and three raffle tickets, the city said in a statement. Participating restaurants and bars include E. 48 Street MarketEclipse Di LunaVino VenueHOBNOBMoondog GrowlersPorter Brew & Que and Fleming's Prime Steakhouse.

Painting with a Twist, which offers painting lessons accompanied by a little wine, will be onsite to offer two classes for an additional charge. And if you want some more food, C-BO's BBQ & Southern Cuisine food truck will serve food and drinks for purchase.


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The event runs from 2 to 6 p.m. at the park, located at 4575 N. Shallowford Road.

“We started the Wine Stroll three years ago as a way to activate Pernoshal Park and showcase the Dunwoody Trailway,” Dunwoody Recreation Programs Supervisor Rachel Waldron said in a statement. “Now it’s become a fun tradition that highlights the great drink and dining options we have in Dunwoody.” 

The event is family-friendly, and pets are allowed if they’re on a leash.

Wristbands can be purchased ahead of time on the city’s website. Of course, you have to be at least 21 to buy one and drink at the event.

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