The Taste of Chamblee festival, celebrating its fifth year in 2012, will be on Sept. 15 on Peachtree and Broad Streets in front of Chamblee City Hall. Admission is free and the festival runs from noon to 8 p.m. An afterparty concert begins at 6 p.m.
Restaurants scheduled to be at the festival include:
A covered beer and wine garden is also available as a nice place to get something to drink and enjoy some live music. Two stages will feature bands spanning various genres of music, from blues to jazz and everything in between. The community stage will spotlight local talent including choirs and cloggers.
The Kidz Zone is expanding to include carnival fun like face painting, temporary tattoos, balloons and more.
At the Art Walk, more than 40 local artists working in media like jewelry, pottery, photography, sculpture and more will exhibit their works.
Plus, check out the Cruise-In of classic, antique and modified cars from 2 to 5 p.m. The cars will be paraded onsite and then parked for people to look at and enjoy until 5 p.m.
To buy food tickets ahead of time, purchase online by clicking here. Visa, Mastercard and American Express are accepted.
The Taste of Chamblee benefits the Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation, which provides eyeglasses, hearing aids and eye surgeries to Georgians with financial needs.