Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Weekend Food Events, July 12-14 – Atlanta Street Food Festival, Dinner Theatre, and More

By  Gina Yu  |  Creative Loafing Atlanta

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Fri., July 12

Stone Soup Kitchen Fri., July 12, 7 p.m. Dinner Theatre Head over to the Stone Soup Kitchen for dinner and a show. The original cabaret show features local Atlanta talent. Details

Sat., July 13

Piedmont Park Sat., July 13, 12-8 p.m. Atlanta Street Food Festival Stop by Piedmont Park for the Atlanta Street Food Festival. Sample the offerings of 28 diverse vendors, including Good Food Truck, Ibiza Bites, Yum Yum Cupcakes, and Honeysuckle Gelato, while enjoying live music by Men in Blues, Mishon, and more. Atlanta Honey Company, Emily G’s Jams, Bacon’s Heir, and other local businesses will also join the show with tents and stalls throughout the park. Proceeds from the festival will benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Details

The Family Dog Sat., July 13, 9 p.m. Halfway to NYE Celebrate 2013 being half-way over with The Family Dog. Dress up, bring NYE props, and toast to the rest of the year with music and food.Details

Sun., July 14

Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet Sun., July 14, 6 p.m. FEAST No. 1 by Salted Honey Join Salted Honey, a team of Brittany Grace Shiver of Grace’s Goodness and Sarah Dodge of Octopus Bar, as they begin their first dinner series featuring a cocktail hour, farm tour, three-course meal paired with wines, as well as a farmer’s market tour. Details

Taste Sun., July 14, 2 p.m. Southern Foodways: Canning PIckled Peaches Learn the art of canning preserved goods according to Southern tradition with Chef Courtney. Each student will take home a quart of local pickled peaches after the class. Details

Taqueria Del Sol Sun., July 14, 6:30 p.m. Southern Foodways Alliance Piggy Bank DinnerTaqueria del Sol is bringing Nashville to Atlanta for the third installment of the Piggy Bank Dinners. Benefitting the Southern Foodways Alliance, this Piggy Bank Dinner will feature Nashville chefs Roderick Bailey of The Silly Goose and Josh Habiger of The Catbird Seat. Details

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