Vinny's on Windward Parkway has made some exciting new changes to their menu including their Linguine Alle Vongole and Tortelloni Di Vitella featuring their own in-house pasta. Save room for dessert because their Torta Frangipane Di Pere (or pear frangipane tart with bourbon caramel ice cream! YUM!) is bound to fill any space left in your tummy! Check out their full menu here.
The Wine education tours are hosted by the Senior Wine Educator and Certified Sommelier, Don Hackett and language and culture editor, Jennifer Pounds. This is the 4th year that Jennifer and Don have hosted Wine Education tours to Europe. The trip includes a single or double occupancy room to France (May 26th to June 1st) or Italy (June 2nd to June 8th) for 6 nights, breakfast Monday through Saturday and most lunches and dinners, plus all wine tastings. For more information please call 404-523-6704. Enjoy your travels!
$65 gets you an exclusive taste of La Rioja Alta wines at The Iberian Pig. The four course tasting menu showcases the aged wines of La Rioja Alta and the skill and creativity of Executive Chef Chad Crete. You can find the entire menu on The Iberian Pig's Event page or can call 404.371.8800 for reservations and more information.
To show its appreciation of 20 years in Atlanta, guests are encouraged to share their favorite South City Kitchen Midtown memory, dish or photo on Twitter with the hashtag #sckm20 or on its Facebook page at www.facebook.com.sckmidtown before May 31 to be entered to win a $250 dining card.
Aspens has something deliciously Spring every night during the week at their East and West Cobb locations including $.50 oysters on Tuesdays and a Sunday brunch buffet from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Check out their facebook page (East or West) to keep updated!
As winter weather has decided to hang around this spring, July seems oh-so far away. But nevertheless, summer is coming and tickets for JCT. Kitchen’s Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival, which will be held on July 21, went on sale April 1. JCT. Kitchen & Bar is hosting another celebration of the South’s best chefs, farmers and mixologists, who will join forces to benefit Georgia Organics. Each featured chef (some hailing from Atlanta’s top restaurants) is paired with a local farmer to create a tomato dish for attendees to sample, while the featured mixologists stir up their own signature tomato cocktails. Festival goers and high-profile judges including Garden & Gun Deputy Editor Dave Mezz and James Beard Award-winning authors Matt and Ted Lee, will vote for their favorite dishes and beverages.
Tickets purchased by June 30 are $55 per person and $50 for Georgia Organics members. All ticket prices will increase to $70 per person starting July 1.
To purchase tickets, please visit xorbia.com/e/gao/killertomato2013. For more information about the festival, please visit http://killertomatofest.tumblr.com or their facebook page.