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Taste Of Atlanta’s Taste Revival To Benefit Georgia Organics


(Photo Credit: tasteofatlanta.com)

(Photo Credit: tasteofatlanta.com)

It’s that scrumptious time of year again when all of Atlanta’s top chefs and restaurants will showcase all of their delicious culinary fare.  Taste Of Atlanta will open this year’s festival with Taste Revival at Tech Square in Midtown to benefit Georgia Organics.

Foodies and music lovers can join this year’s host and executive chef of Rosebud, The Family Dog and his latest concept, Timone’s Pizza Ron Eyester.  The event will feature live southern rock music from Parker Smith and The Bandwith on October 25 from 6.30 – 10.30 p.m. “Two of my passions in life are food and music, and this event combines both in a big way to kick off the festival weekend,” said Chef Host Ron Eyester. “I’ve been very impressed with how Taste of Atlanta has evolved in recent years, and I am thrilled to take a more active role this year “.


Other notable celebrity chefs scheduled to appear are One Eared Stag’s Robert Phalen, Ford Fry of JCT. Kitchen & Bar, The Optimist, King + Duke, and “Top Chef” alum and Gunshow’s Kevin Gillespie to name a few.  Over 90 restaurants will tantalize our taste buds with their specialty dishes.  A portion of the proceeds will benefit Georgia Organics, which is a non-profit organization that connects organic food from Georgia farms to Georgia families.

This all-inclusive block party will be a night of great southern music, ice cold beer, and some of the best food in the nation. Additional restaurants that will share in the fun are Seven Lamps, BoccaLupo, Fox Bros. BBQ, Wrecking Bar and Brewpub, and Food 101. Friday night will be a night of charity, rock ’n ‘roll, and great food. Local chefs and smokin jams to benefit a worthy cause – how sweet the sound and the taste.

WHEN: Friday, October 25, 2013 7:30 p.m. – 10:30 p. m. VIP doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Midtown at Tech Square

5th Street from Techwood to West Peachtree Street
Spring Street from Biltmore Place to Armstead Place.

TICKETS: VIP $95 advance $150 at the event
General Admission $70 advance $130 at the event
Please click here  to purchase.

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