Looking for something to do this weekend? Head down to Grant Park for the 7th annual Corks And Forks event. The event runs Saturday, August 29th and Sunday, August 30th (1-5pm both days). For $45/day, you have an opportunity to taste a lot of food and drink from a number of Atlanta restaurants. When you show up, you are given a bag of color-coded chips. The chips give you an opportunity to sample each eatery. However, food is limited, so get there early. Complete list after the jump!
This week has been a pretty successful week for me (as far as food goes). I had a little chili in Ellijay, a return trip to Holeman & Finch, an introductory trip to Patak Meats, and two trips to Via Elisa. Subconsciously, this must have been a self-imposed reward after last weeks excursions. I’ve already mentioned my trip to the Shed; now it’s time to talk about Dogwood.
So the past few weeks have been very busy for me. I’ve finally finished all the planning for the Atlanta Sub & Sandwich Tour (details tomorrow), and work is *almost* back under control. As luck would have it, I’ve still been eating my meals and taking notes. I thought this would be a good time to share some thoughts on three Atlanta destination restaurants, all of which I visited in the past two weeks. Let’s start with the Shed at Glenwood. I’ll share my thoughts on the other two spots over the next couple of days.