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The weather in Atlanta has been fantastic the last few days. A slight breeze, fresh air and sunny skies for the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. The weather has accentuated what a great location Atlanta is to celebrate Southern food, wine and hospitality.
The weather has taken a slight turn today. But a little drizzle won’t stop the wine connoissuer, foodie or family celebrating Mother’s Day from enjoying festivities of the day. You never know where you’ll find your next priceless moment, so get out there and savor some of the best food and wine the South has to offer. And don’t forget to bring your Delta medallion card for expedited access to the tasting tents.
Thank goodness for the excellent festival planning team and Loews hotel which will allow activities to continue as planned. The cooking classes, technical cocktail labs and tasting tents will all be open and on schedule.
Rain or shine the Atlanta Food & Wine festival will showcase the best the South has to offer.
Cooking Classes At Loews Hotel
The more than 30 seminars and cooking demonstrations will begin at 10:30 am sharp and will be inside the Loews Atlanta Hotel. For a list of the events visit the online schedule here.
The Food Will Be Tasty
With over 30 seminars and cooking classes, you’ll be sure to find something to nibble or sip on while you learn from great chefs and mixologists.
The Bar & Tasting Tents Are Open
The cooking classes and seminars will be followed by the Tasting Tents from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm at 11th & Peachtree Walk. There will be cocktails like the Cocchi Spritz to explore as well as some interesting varietals to swirl, sniff, and
spit savor. For a map of tasting tents you can visit the online map here.
The Atlanta Food & Wine festival will still showcase the best the South has to offer. Rain or shine lets go taste some wine.
The Festival will conclude indoors with The Parting Bite: A Chorus of Greens, a special dinner hosted by Anne Quatrano and Linton Hopkins with a collection of AF&WF talent, at 5:00 pm at Westside Provisions District.
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