It doesn’t get much better than Fall! Here are some of the fun things we are looking forward to doing this season in Atlanta! F
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Doggies on the BeltLine – Sunday, October 28, 1-3pm
Ring in the Halloween season with PCM and the Atlanta Beltline for the first official Doggies on the BeltLine event! Doggie check-in and parade starts at The Shed, where guests will receive goodies from Ace + Jack, City Winery, Barking Hound and more! From there, attendees will make their way down the Atlanta BeltLine to Park Tavern at Piedmont Park for the costume contest and after party. Tickets ($35) can be purchased here. Fall in Atlanta
Halloween at Ponce City Market Fall in Atlanta
Ponce City Market is celebrating Halloween all month long with a lineup of haunting holiday festivities, ghoulish goodies and spellbinding sweet treats for the whole family.
PumpKing Patch & Harvest Bar
King of Pops has teamed up with Ponce City Market to bring Atlantans a unique pumpkin patch adventure. The year-round Beach Bar in the courtyard will transform into a Harvest Bar,serving up tasty seasonal slushies such as the Pumpking Spice Vodka Slushie, Cran-Orange Margarita Slushie, Lime Rose Gin Slushie, King of Pop’s classic Strawberry Froze, and an Apple Cider Slushie. There will be hot drinks and an extensive list of fall beers from Georgia and beyond. Pumpkins of all shapes and sizes will make their debut, and guests are welcome to participate in festive games for the whole family! Read more here.
Trick-or-Treat – Wednesday, October 31
Trick-or-Treat returns to Ponce City Market! During this free and open to the public event, restaurants and shops around the property will be handing out over one thousand pounds of candy to kids in costume. The neighborhood’s little monsters from The Suzuki School will also parade in costume through Ponce City Market’s courtyard and Central Food Hall.
- The Roof’s Haunted Heights: A Nightmare on Ponce – Saturday, October 27, 5-11pm
Something wicked is coming to The Roof at Ponce City Market. This October, Skyline Park will transform into an accursed dreamscape featuring evil queens, wicked witches and malevolent puppet masters. Guests can expect libations for the loathed, as well as blood bags to quench unholy appetites. On the playful side, Heege Tower and Skyline Slide rides will be free all night, and boardwalk games will be stocked with spooky prizes! Advanced tickets are available here for $35 ($50 at the door).
Taste of Atlanta – Oct. 19-21
Celebrating its 17th year in 2018, Taste of Atlanta is the city’s food and drink festival showcasing the local restaurant scene and attracting food lovers from the region and beyond. Throughout three days of bites and bevs, more than 90 of Atlanta’s favorite restaurants will show off their most craveable dishes alongside live on-stage cooking demos from top chefs, hands-on cooking classes and an all-inclusive Friday Night ‘World of Taste’ Kickoff Party with outstanding food and live music. The festival will return to Historic Fourth Ward Park, adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine, October 19, 20 and 21, 2018. Tickets begin at $25 and are available here.
Country Living Fair – Oct. 26-28
Country Living Fair will be returning to Atlanta, Georgia, on October 26-28, 2018.The Fair will take place in the Event Meadow at Stone Mountain Park for the ninth year in a row. Annie Sloan, creator of Chalk Paint® will be there – which is super exciting! The fair will feature local GA vendors including: Dixie Shabby Chic (Monroe, GA, quilts, vintage decor & farmhouse finds), Gypsy South (Marietta, GA, boho clothing & accessories), Sinfully Sweet Soap (Conyers, GA, handmade soaps, lotions, scrubs & bath bombs), Perky Moose (Atlanta, GA, gourmet beverage mixes & caramel apple cider), re:loom – weaving a better life (Scottdale, GA, hand-woven rugs, home & pet accessories), and more.
One-day admission is $13 in advance and $18 at the door; three-day weekend passes are available for $15 in advance and $25 at the door. (Free admission for children ages 16 and under.) Visit:.
Lunch at Estrella
The newly opened champagne bar and restaurant overlooking the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, will begin serving Saturday lunch and Sunday brunch this weekend, September 22 and September 23. A tableside gin cart also makes its debut, offering custom-blended takes on gin and tonics. That’s right, a TABLE.SIDE.GIN.CART.
(Mark Your Winter Calendars) Taste of the NFL’s Kick Hunger Challenge – Feb 2, 2019
All season long, Chef Kevin Rathbun of Rathbun will be fundraising on behalf of the Atlanta Falcons in support of Taste of the NFL’s Kick Hunger Challenge. 100% of the dollars raised will go to the Atlanta Community Food Bank. And while it is too early to tell whether the Falcons will make it the Super Bowl, Atlanta will still be represented at Taste of the NFL’s 28th Annual Party with a Purpose, a fundraising event which provides millions of meals for local food banks in every NFL city, by Chef Rathbun. Tickets are on sale now, and details are outlined below:
- When: February 2, 2019
- Where: Cobb Galleria Centre, Atlanta, GA
- Time: 7:00 PM
- Ticket Price: $700