Atlanta Eats Reveals Participating Restaurants Ahead of Fall Event

Local TV show Atlanta Eats! is hosting a monster bash spotlighting the best chefs and restaurants the city has to offer. The event was previously announced, but the participating restaurants were kept a delicious secret from attendees. The line-up has now been revealed and if you were on the fence about going before, this should all but make up your mind about attending one of the best culinary events of the fall season. Atlanta foodies, this one's for you! The restaurant lineup for Atlanta Eats Live: A Salute to the Chefs features a varied group that echoes the format of brand itself: participating restaurants span from casual to fine dining, from iconic legends to new concepts, and are located inside and outside the Perimeter.

Atlanta Eats LIVE! Restaurants include: 4 th & Swift Little Alley Steak Article 14 Local 3 Atlanta Fish Market Lure Bell St. Burritos Muss & Turners Bhojanic No. 246 Chicken & the Egg Noche Davios Nuevo Laredo Gio's Chicken Rathbun's Grindhouse Killer Burgers Revolution Donuts Hankook Taqueria Seed Heirloom Market BBQ Souper Jenny Henry's Louisiana Grill The Optimist High Road Craft There, an Eatery Iberian Pig Watershed "We are excited to really shatter the mold of what a food event can be with the caliber and variety of restaurants that will be featured" said Cody Hicks, Atlanta Eats' Chief Brisket Officer. "Their participation is paramount in communicating our vision." That vision started as a desire to bring Atlanta Eats to life, and they've done so by highlighting what it is that makes the show so popular- the restaurants, the rockstar chefs, and some of Atlanta's most entertaining media celebrities including Steak Shapiro and Mara Davis. The event will repurpose Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, transforming part of the large outdoor concert hall into an intimate gathering place.

Programming will center on honoring Atlanta legends Kevin Rathbun and Linton Hopkins, and includes Dueling Chefs, cooking demos, chef karaoke, and a performance from by Atlanta's Chef-only band, Five Bone Rack. The night will be hosted by Shapiro and Davis, and Atlanta Eats will be filming throughout. The caliber of restaurants, level of talent, and entertainment factor of the stage show lead to an incredible, unforgettable night for Atlanta's restaurant scene on Sunday, October 6. Tickets are $125 and a VIP experience is available for $250. The event is sponsored by Celebrity Cruises, Van Gogh Vodka, Woodford Reserve, and Oxygen Financial, and a portion of proceeds goes to Staplehouse and The Giving Kitchen. For more information about the author, Danielle Jennings, please visit my Google+ profile page.