What makes Asheville’s food scene different from, say, Atlanta’s or Charleston’s, is the number of spots that have been certified by the Green Restaurant Association.
Tickets go on sale July 11 for Atlanta’s annual food-and-drink extravaganza.
This vivid neighborhood boasts unique restaurants, history and art, and a festival for everything — all within walking distance.
Imagine clarinets made from carrots. Or an entire meal made for you while the culinary artist sings, drums and otherwise percusses. That’s what the Atlanta music-maker Klimchak has planned for you.
The 12th annual Taste of Atlanta attracted some 45,000 foodies from throughout the Southeast and raised $42,000 for the nonprofit Share Our Strength’s Cooking Matters No Kid Hungry program.