With so many incredible restaurants and chefs, it is certainly easy to eat your way through Atlanta and its neighboring cities. And what could be better than tasting delicious food? Eating while giving back, of course!
Food That Rocks is an annual celebration of Sandy Springs’ best restaurants. This year’s event is on Saturday, May 6 from 6:30 to 11 pm at Hammond Park – and the food roster looks better than ever including local favorites such as RIZE Artisan Pizza, Buttermilk Sky Pie, Under the Cork Tree and many more. Not only will there be gourmet bites of food, but guests can also enjoy cocktails, beer, wine and live music!
This all-inclusive foodie event is 21+. And as I mentioned before, you can feel good about eating because this party is all about giving back! Food That Rocks benefits three Sandy Springs-based non-profit organizations: Second Helpings Atlanta, Ian’s Friends Foundation and the Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance. So as Food That Rocks says, “It’s time to eat, drink and party with a purpose!”
Honorary co-chairs of the event include Diane Curtis of Second Helpings Atlanta, Lauren Toporek Hulsebos of Ian’s Friends Foundation and Caryn Kroll who is representing Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance. And New York Times Bestselling author Mary Kay Andrews will have her latest cookbook on hand, offering tastings of some of her favorite recipes!
Tickets to Food That Rocks are available now and can be purchased here with both general admission and VIP options. Be sure to use the code “ATLBUCKET” at checkout for $5 off the marked price!
This blog post was written in collaboration with Sandy Springs Hospitality and Tourism Board, but all thoughts and opinions remain my own.