Photo Credit: Rachel Bailey
For more than 20 years, Taste of Athens has been both the primary fundraiser for local nonprofit Community Connection and Athenians’ best chance to try all those restaurants they’ve always wanted to try without dropping like a thousand bucks. This year, organizers have scaled back from 2,000 attendees, so chefs can put their best feet forward. Twenty-two restaurants are participating—pace yourself—with wine pairings by professional sommeliers. A new cocktail competition, Toast of Athens, is sold out, as are Toast/Taste bundles, but main event tickets were still available at press time at tasteofathens.com. Oh, and DJ Mahogany, too, in case you didn’t get your fill of oldies at brunch.
5–8 p.m. · $50 · www.classiccenter.com