Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Upcoming Atlanta Dining Events

Now that Atlanta is slowly but surely thawing out,  you can escape your empty refrigerator and say goodbye to cabin fever at one of these upcoming dining events...

BLT Cooking Class
On Saturday, January 22, chef de cuisine Jean-Luc Mongodin hosts the downtown steakhouse’s inaugural interactive cooking and wine pairing class. From 2 -4 p.m., Mongodin will lead the group through the preparation and plating of three signature dishes, tuna tartare with avocado and soy-lime dressing appetizer, acacia honey marinated Alaskan black cod and 14 oz. rib eye entrĂ©es.

The cooking class will be complimented by a wine tasting and instruction course. Guests will sample three classic French wine varietals: a white Burgundy, red Burgundy and red Bordeaux from the 2005 vintage, paired by sommelier Dorine Buche and Mongodin with each dish. The class will learn how to marry a range of wines with certain dishes, as French native Buche discusses tips on paring with main ingredients, sauces, spices and overall flavor profiles. 

Seats for BLT Steak’s cooking class are $45 per person. Maximum capacity is 20 guests. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 404.577.7601.

Celebrate Chinese New Year at Doc Chey's

The year of the Rabbit is fast approaching, and Doc Chey’s invites you to join in on the festivities and enjoy the food! The two-week long Chinese New Year celebration involves three parties. Doc Chey’s 6th annual Chinese New Year celebration kicks off on February 3, Chinese New Year Day, with a party at Doc Chey’s Virginia Highland. There will be two parties following, on February 12 at Doc Chey’s Emory Village and on February 17 at the Doc Chey’s Grant Park, which will also be celebrating their one year anniversary. During these events, guests who dine for lunch or dinner will receive a fortune cookie with a special prize inside and enjoy Chinese beer specials and traditional lucky foods. There will also be a lion dance performance (7 p.m. Virginia Highland and Grant Park, 5:30 p.m. Emory Village).

Parish 3rd Annual Mardi Gras Celebration

This year, this favorite event will be held on Saturday, March 5, 2011. Details are still being worked out, but you can guarantee there will be music, oysters, crawfish and plenty of pork.

For more information visit parishatl.com or call 404.681.4434.

Celebrate Your St. Patty’s Day at TAP

The Irish party will be in full jig at TAP - Complete with giveaways and Irish-themed food and drink specials.

Drink Specials
  • $5 Guinness
  • $5 Irish Coffee
  • $5 Irish Eyes Cocktail
  • $8 Irish Car Bombs
Menu Specials:
  • $6 St. Patty's Green Deviled Eggs
  • $13 Irish Burger-100% Angus beef topped with corn beef and crispy shoestring potatoes
Try your luck to win TAPs Pot of Gold! Pull the lucky gold piece from TAPs pot and your bar tab is on them! Don your leprechaun wear and get a free pint of Guinness. For more information visit tapat1180.com or call 404.347.2220.

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Murphy’s

Murphy’s continues its 30-year tradition of the finest St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Atlanta with the best in Irish entertainment and classic Irish fare.

Enjoy Irish specialties including:
  • Finnen Haddie Soup
  • Irish Soda Bread
  • Lamb Stew
  • Corned Beef with Kolcannon Potatoes
  • Irish Whiskey Bread Pudding
For more information visit murphys-atlanta-restaurant.com or call 404.872.0904.



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