The record-breaking numbers were announced by Gov. Nathan Deal at a recent statewide conference.
Say hello to FEED Fried Chicken and Main & Main at Colony Square, but goodbye to intown’s Rize and Decatur’s Truman Tavern.
The personal finance website ranked 182 cities for 2017. Atlanta finished 12th, with San Francisco in the top spot.
Some 25 eateries are taking part in the fourth annual event, offering everything from fried chicken to nitrogen ice cream and Krispy Kreme bread pudding.
This Super Bowl of food fests happens Friday, Saturday and Sunday in its new permanent home — Historic Fourth Ward Park near the Atlanta BeltLine.