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The 2nd Annual Black Resturant Week Stops In Atlanta

August 20, 2018

The 2nd Annual Black Resturant Week Stops In Atlanta

The Black Restaurant Week (BRW) tour will make a stop in Atlanta, GA September 2 - 16 2018. The two week showcase, in its second year, will feature a an array of events focused on education and raising awareness for African American owned culinary business and farms in the Atlanta area. During the two week event BRW will be curating the following events:


Restaurant Week Showcase
For the entire two weeks, diners will enjoy pre-fixe fine dining menus for just $35 - $45 per person or casual dining menus for $15 - $25 per person from participating restaurants.


Growing the Culinary Industry | Aroma: Culinary Panel Discussion   
This event will highlights women who have successfully navigated the field in a variety of ways including catering, restaurant ownership, or food truck ownership. Experts will offer advice on ways to get started in the industry, raising capital, andmanaging a successful business operation.


The Creative Culinary Talents of Chef Jarvis Belton | The Art of Flavor: Pop Up Dinner  
Chef Jarvis Belton is the highlighted chef of our exclusive Art of Flavor pop up dinner. As the chef for Google, he had the opportunity to produce food for many interesting clients and utilize his creativity in many different ways. The Art of Flavor dinner includes 4 courses and wine pairings. 


The Diverse Culinary Talent of Africans and African Americans Nosh: Culinary Showcase 
Our Nosh Culinary Showcase honor’s the talented executive chefs and caterers of Atlanta by showing the diverse cultures and culinary talent that Atlanta has to offer.


The Craft of Cocktails | Power of the Palate: Bartender Competition 
Bartenders and other mixologists create some eclectic cocktails that highlight the bold flavors from the African diaspora in our Power of the Palate bartending competition 


Food Truck Industry Growth SoundBites: Food Truck Festival 
Come experience the Fun, Food Trucks and Live Music by some of Atlanta’s hottest DJs. A variety of food trucks will be present serving everything from Juicy Wings to Sweets. 



Black Restaurant Week: Atlanta, will highlight the talents of Chef Jarvis Belton during the exclusive Art of Flavor Pop Up Dinner, along side many other exciting and unique culinary experiences Atlanta has to offer. Registration is now open to restaurants, food truck owners, bartenders, chefs and caterers representing a diverse selection of African, Caribbean, Creole, Cajun, Vegetarian, Seafood, Southern, and BBQ cuisine. A portion of proceeds will be donated to Family Agriculture Resource Management Service (F.A.R.M.S.) food bank program which purchases produce from small farmers to be donated to food bank and local food shelters.



For more information about the upcoming events, ticket information or to register as a business, please visit

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