March food and drink events to check out in metro Atlanta

B&W Burgers will serve a special burger during Gwinnett Burger Week. / Courtesy of B&W Burgers

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Credit: Courtesy of B&W Burgers

B&W Burgers will serve a special burger during Gwinnett Burger Week. / Courtesy of B&W Burgers

This month, you can sample Georgia beer and food, celebrate female chefs and chow down on some special burgers.

Celebrate Cobb’s beverage makers

Nineteen breweries, distilleries, meaderies and wineries in Cobb County are holding Bubbles & Brews events, including giveaways. A free digital BrewPass is available.

Through March 31. Multiple locations.

Drink for a good cause

During the Uncle Nearest HBCU Old-Fashioned Challenge, $1 from each Old-Fashioned ordered at participating bars and restaurants will be donated to historically black colleges and universities.

Through March 31. Multiple locations,

Dinner With a View features meals served inside domes at Piedmont Park. Courtesy of Dinner With a View

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A scenic dinner

The Promenade at Piedmont Park is presenting Dinner With a View, a three-course meal served in 33 geodesic domes with views of the park. A minimum of four guests is required, and domes can accommodate up to six.

6 and 8:15 p.m. Wednesdays-Thursdays, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays and 5, 7 and 9 p.m. Sundays. Through April 2. $199.99 for dome reservations, $129.99 for dinner bookings. Piedmont Park, 1320 Monroe Drive NE, Atlanta.

Paul Thomas Chocolates is one of the stops on the Dahlonega Chocolate Crawl. Courtesy of Dahlonega Chocolate Crawl

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A road trip for chocolate

Dahlonega’s weeklong Chocolate Crawl will offer free samples and specials at participating businesses. Enter a prize drawing at the visitors center.

March 6-12. Multiple locations.

Postino WineBar will host a party to celebrate its new Westside location. / Courtesy of Postino WineBar

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A Midtown house party

Postino WineCafe will host a party to show off its new location on the Westside. Enjoy complimentary wine and bites, tastings from JuneShine hard kombucha, permanent jewelry from Weld ATL and music.

5-8 p.m. March 8. Postino WineBar, 1000 Marietta St. NW, Atlanta. 404-806-1616,

Bubbles & Chaat

Celebrate Holi at Chai Pani with a Bubbles & Chaat dinner with special chaat dishes from James Beard Award semifinalist Sahar Siddiqi and four sparkling wines curated by Henna Bakshi.

5-6:30 p.m. March 8. $95. Chai Pani, 406 W. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur. 404-378-4030,

A St. Patrick’s Day dinner

Celebrate the Irish at the Americano with a 16-ounce New York strip steak, two sides and a flight of Irish whiskeys.

March 11-18. $125, or $75 without the flight. The Americano, 3315 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta. 404-946-9070,

Buzzing with excitement

Levity Farms is offering a two-part workshop about keeping bees, taught by certified beekeeper Bill Norris.

8 a.m.-4 p.m. March 11 and 1-4 p.m. March 25. $75 for members, $100 for nonmembers. Levity Farms, 3091 Indian Creek Road, Madison.

A wine stroll

Grab your wine glass and head to the 20th annual Oakhurst Wine Crawl, with more than 100 wines at 20 participating businesses. Tickets include a souvenier glass, and proceeds support neighborhood events.

4-7 p.m. March 11. $50. Multiple locations.

Gathering for a cause

Tickets to the Team Hidi event at ASW Whiskey Exchange, Wild Heaven West End, Monday Night Garage, Hop City and Boxcar in West End will get you food, drinks and more. Proceeds will benefit Giving Kitchen, a local nonprofit that supports food service workers in crisis.

5:30 p.m. March 12. $500 for tastemaker tickets with early entry; $250 for general admission tickets. Lee + White, 1000 White St. SW, Atlanta.

Pi Day

Celebrate Pi Day at Your Pie locations, with $3.14 off all 10-inch pizzas.

Multiple locations.

Persian New Year

Celebrate Nowruz, the Persian New Year, at Le Bon Nosh. The restaurant will showcase a Persian tablescape with a floral installation and traditional Nowruz decor, with the menu, offering a special Persian dish of striped bass and herbed basmati rice with saffron, parsley, dill and leek, paired with a cocktail for the holiday: the Saffron Song, with cognac, muddled plum, apricot saffron cardamom shrub and a lavender rinse.

March 17-22. Le Bon Nosh, 65 Irby Ave. NW, Atlanta. 404-835-2007,

Luck of the Irish

Lantana, the restaurant inside the Starling Hotel in Midtown, will offer a one-day-only menu for St. Patrick’s Day featuring four bites and drinks including shepherd’s pie potato skins, corned beef sliders and an Irish margarita.

11 a.m.-7 p.m. March 17. $18 for food, $17 for drinks. The Starling Hotel, 188 14th St., Atlanta. 404-892-6000,

Discover new vendors

Sip Shop Eat platform for emerging small businesses will hold a two-day event highlighting food, drink and style vendors.

Noon-6 p.m. March 18-19. $15-$65. The Legacy Center, 3015 RN Martin St., East Point.

For the burger fan

Gwinnett Burger Week brings $10 special burgers from more than two dozen restaurants.

March 19-25. Multiple locations.

Feed your best friend

Hit the Eastside Beltline for Barks & Bites, with stops at Brewdog, Envegan and Butter & Cream, and a dish for dogs provided at each spot. Humans also get small bites at each stop, and one craft beer.

11 a.m.-2 p.m. March 19. $80. Multiple locations.

Jernard Wells appeared on the Georgia Celebrity Chef Stage in 2022 at the Georgia Food and Wine Festival. / Courtesy of the Georgia Food and Wine Festival

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Credit: Courtesy of the Georgia Food and Wine Festival

A celebration of Georgia food and wine

The four-day Georgia Food and Wine Festival will feature restaurants, farmers, artisans and food trucks, as well as kids activities and cooking demonstrations.

March 23-26. $20-$150. Jim R. Miller Park, 2245 Callaway Road SW, Marietta. 770-528-8875,

A prime dinner

Lapeer’s first quarterly wine dinner will be hosted by Tim Servold, sommelier and portfolio manager for Prime Wine and Spirits. The five-course meal will include two wine pairings per course, one new world and one old world.

6:30 p.m. March 23. $150. Lapeer Steak & Seafood, 12 N. Broad St., Alpharetta. 678-691-9400,

A taste of Spain

In honor of National Paella Day, head to Bulla Gastrobar for a paella and sangria-making class. Make a personal paella mixta while sampling red, white and beer sangrías. Tickets also include a branded apron.

7-9 p.m. March 28. $200 for two people. Bulla Gastrobar, 60 11th St. NE, Atlanta. 404-900-6926,

A beer dinner

Head to Saltwood for a pop-up five-course dinner with dishes and beer pairings from Monday Night Brewing including pork belly and sweet potato haystack paired with Dr. Robot Berry Lemon Sour; tilefish with white asparagus in a saffron nage paired with Imaginary Grace; and savory crawfish beignets paired with Blind Pirate Blood Orange IPA.

6:30 p.m. March 30. $85. Saltwood at Loews Atlanta Hotel, 1065 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. 404-745-5745,