Get ready for Taste of Atlanta 2009 on October 10 & 11!
Advance tickets go ON SALE AUGUST 17, 2009!
Taste of Atlanta is a 2 day outdoor food festival in Technology Square featuring more than 70 of Atlanta's best restaurants, live cooking demonstrations from national and local celebrity chefs and live entertainment.
Kids 13 and under receive FREE admission when accompanied by a paid adult but taste food coupons are required for food purchase. This year the event will be gated so a ticket will be required to gain access.
• General Admission Ticket: General Admission Tickets include 15 Taste Coupons
$20 early discount Aug 17 – Sept 7 $25 advance price Sept 8 – Oct 9 at midnight $30 on site at the event
• VIP Ticket: VIP Ticket includes 20 Taste Coupons, access into the wine, beer & cocktail experience and the first 500 ticket holders each day receive a festival gift bag.
$65. Limited availability / On Sale August 17
Must be 21 or older to purchase VIP tickets.
Taste Coupons are used to purchase food from participating restaurants. Menu items are valued at 1, 2 or 3 taste coupons. Additional taste coupons valued at $1 per coupon can be purchased for 10 for $10. or 20 tickets for $20.
Where to Purchase Tickets
Advance tickets go ON SALE AUGUST 17 Tickets are available online, by phone, or at one of the outlets below: • Cook’s Warehouse - 549-I Amsterdam Ave. • Cook’s Warehouse - 4062 Peachtree Road • Cook’s Warehouse - 180 West Ponce de Leon Avenue • CD Warehouse* – Mall of Georgia / 3260 Buford Hwy • CD Warehouse* – 2180 Pleasant Hills Road, Duluth • CD Warehouse* - 860 Duluth Hwy; Lawrenceville • CD Warehouse* - 10800 Alpharetta Hwy, Roswell • CD Warehouse* – 50 Barrett Parkway, Kennesaw • Decatur CD* – 356 West Ponce de Leon Ave, Decatur • Fantasyland Records* – 2839 Peachtree Road, Buckhead *Denotes TicketAlternative outlets; service fees may apply
I love food festivals, and Asian food is probably my favorite cuisine, so I am very excited about Taste of Asia in Atlanta! The kickoff event is August 5th at Macy’s Lenox from 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM. It will be a Public Tasting with food from 20+ local restaurants. Live entertainment and dancing will add to the excitement.
Then, from August 10-16, there is a week-long celebration of Asian culinary tradition. Over 30 Atlanta restaurants will participate in the 2nd Annual Taste of Asia Dine-Out Week, during which diners will get the chance to sample Asian cuisine from specially priced menus, like a three-course meal for $19.95 - $28.00 per dinner. Taste of Asia is presented by The Coca-Cola Company, Georgia Power, Infinite Energy, Sysco Foodservice of Atlanta, and U.S. Foodservice.
Tickets to the Public Tasting are available from www.TasteofAsiaWeek.com and participating restaurants for $10 – which can be redeemed at the event for 10 taste coupons. Additional coupons are available at the tasting for $1 each. A portion of the proceeds from the Public Tasting will benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
This year’s participating Dine Out Week restaurants include: Aqua Blue Restaurant, Bar, Bhojanic Restaurant, The Cloves Restaurant, Doc Chey's Noodle House - Emory Village, Doc Chey's Noodle House - Virginia-Highlands, Eurasia Bistro, Geisha House, Genki Noodles; Sushi, Grand China Restaurant, Hsu's Restaurant, Kani House Japanese Steak, Sushi - Duluth, Lee's Golden Buddha - Buckhead, Lime Juice Thai Bistro, Mo Mo Ya - Buckhead, Nakato Japanese Restaurant, PF Chang's China Bistro - Perimeter, Cumberland, Alpharetta; Buford, Pacific Rim Bistro, Rice Bowl Thai; Sushi, Roy’s Atlanta, Savu Restaurant at the W Hotel Perimeter, Silk Restaurant, Spice Market at W Atlanta Midtown, Steel Restaurant; Lounge, Straits Atlanta, Sushi House Buckhead, The Real Chow Baby - Cumberland, The Real Chow Baby- Howell Mill, The Tenth Thai Cuisine; Lounge, Trader Vic's at Hilton Atlanta and Wan Lai Chinese Restaurant.
A portion of the proceeds from the dine-out week will support a merit-based scholarship for a culinary student who wants to pursue specialized training in Asian cuisine. To learn more about Taste of Asia, and for a full list of participating restaurants, visit http://www.tasteofasiaweek.com/.
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