(UPDATE) Little City Lowcountry food festival postponedPhoto provided by Little City Lowcountry food festival
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UPDATE: The organizers said due to anticipated bad weather on Sunday, this event has been postponed.
“We WILL RESCHEDULE it pretty quickly, probably for the early spring so as not to conflict with our restaurants’ and attendees’ holiday schedules,” the organizers said. “We’ll send out new releases when we have the details closer to the rescheduled date.”
Get ready for the Little City Lowcountry food festival on Sunday, Oct. 8 in the city of Decatur.
From 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., the food festival is returning for its second year “to bring together some of Atlanta’s finest restaurants for an afternoon of Lowcountry-inspired bites, Americana music, and local beer.”
Featured restaurants include:
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– Kimball House
– Rising Son
– Wrecking Bar
– Illegal Food
– Greater Good Bbq
– The Optimist
– One Midtown Kitchen
– Big Tex
– KR Steak Bar
In addition to food, there will be live music from the bands Waits & Co and Caleb & The Gents. There will be cocktails, beer from Twain’s and Sweetwater, and wine will be available for purchase.
Food and music are included in the ticket price, and drinks will be sold separately. All ages are invited to the festival, which will be held behind Big Tex restaurant on Swanton Way.
Tickets purchased ahead of time are $30 for adults, and $35 day of at the festival. Tickets for kids 5 to 15 are $15, and 5 and under are free admission. You can purchase tickets now by visiting http://lowcountryfoodfest.bpt.me/.
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