Get Your Freak(ed out) On We can’t have an October Happenings piece without mentioning Atlanta’s Halloween landmark: Netherworld Haunted House. Tickets range from $22 to $55 per person, depending on which nights you attend, how much access you want and if you want to avoid long lines. But be warned: ticket sales are final, whether or not you chicken out. fearworld.com/index.php
Calling all ghosts, goblins and cougars: Johnny’s Hideaway will become a haunted hideaway as it hosts a Halloween party on Thursday, Oct. 29. There’s a costume contest with $500 in prizes ($300 for first place, $150 for second and $50 for third) This should be good…johnnyshideaway.
Free Halloween par-tay, witches! The rain in Atlanta is finally subsiding and the sun is in the forecast this Halloween weekend! Head to the front yard of Revival for a Halloween celebration! On Saturday, October 31 from Noon – 3 p.m., guests can enjoy $5 Terminus City BBQ sandwiches and cold beer on tap from Wild Heaven. Bring the tykes as there will be plenty of festive candy for the kids. Tickets are not needed to attend the event, what a treat.
Free Food for the Wee Ones: What better way to wrap up the weekend than Family Sunday Funday at HOBNOB? Every Sunday from 5 to 10 p.m., kids 12 and under eat for free with the purchase of an adult entrée. Kiddos can choose from a grilled cheese, chicken tenders with house-cut French fries, mac and cheese or chicken cheese pizza.
Slow Food for Thought: Slow Food Atlanta and Storico Fresco are teaming up to present Slow Food for Thought – Artisanal Alimentari on Sunday, November 1, from 2:30 to 4 p.m at Storico Fresco’s Roswell road loacation. Attendees will learn the history and artistry of pasta varieties from owner Mike Patrick, while exploring endangered recipes, various grains and how to keep them a part of our culinary heritage. Sounds fun, eh? Tickets available here.
Sunday Supper South: an annual family style Friends of James Beard Benefit Dinner honoring the simple cooking philosophy and inspired flavors of the South, will celebrate its sixth year with its debut at Ponce City Market on Sunday, November 1. Hosted by executive chef-owners Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison, the acclaimed chefs behind Atlanta’s contemporary culinary destinations Bacchanalia, Floataway Café, Star Provisions, Little Bacch and W.H. Stiles Fish Camp, Sunday Supper South draws inspiration from the successful “Sunday Supper” tradition established by Chelsea Market in New York City and symbolizes the South’s commitment to shaping communities. Kind of love it.
46 Bottles of Beer on the Wall: The Stout Brothers has opened its second location in Inman Quarter Beer Market and features 46 craft beers on tap, two taps for gourmet soda and local nitro coffee plus a large selection of bottled beers and tons of local meats, cheeses, sauces, snacks and more. So – go say hi and for goodness sake BEER ME!
OTP on Fleek – Fourteen restaurants are participating in Savor Sandy Springs Restaurant Week 2015 including Food 101, Cibo e Beve, The Brickery, Seven Hens, Hammock’s Trading Company and more. For a full list of restaurants and menus, visit http://www.visitsandysprings.