Taste of Atlanta to include over 90 local restaurants
by Nicole Dow
October 15, 2014 10:37 AM | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend
Ten blocks of Tech Square in Midtown are expected to come alive Oct. 24 through 26 with stimulating smells and titillating tastes as the Taste of Atlanta returns for its 13th year. “Something that’s new this year is that we’re setting the festival up by neighborhoods,” said founder Dale DeSena, of Sandy Springs. “When people come to the festival, they’ll look at the menu sign and it’ll tell them what neighborhood they’re in.” She sai...

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    Elected officials and college degrees
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