|May 17, 2014|
|2:00 pm||to||5:00 pm|
2014 Smyrna Wine Stroll
The 2014 Smyrna Wine Stroll will feature more wine, food, music and fun than ever! With more than 60 different wines from around the world, along with food samples provided by our local restaurants and sponsors, the price is an absolute bargain.This is the 8th annual event, designed for a fun and educational wine experience. Enjoy live music, wine and fabulous food samples, while giving something back to the local community…
And all for one great price!
Saturday, May 17th, 2014
2:00pm – 5:00pm
$35 per person through April 30th ($45 starting May 1st)
The Smyrna Wine Stroll is a fun event designed to allow patrons to stroll through our beautiful village while sampling a variety of wonderful wines and shopping with our local merchants.
Sample wines and food at local retailers in the Smyrna Market Village! Enjoy great wine and fabulous food samples. Give to a great cause… all for the Smyrna community.
Over the past few years, The Wine Cellars has donated more than $40,000 to local Smyrna charities and foundations. Past charities benefiting from the event have included Friends of the Smyrna Library, Amir Askarian (Café Michel) Memorial Fund, Blind & Low Vision Services of North Georgia, Woodland Ridge Foundation, Lupus Foundation of America, Must Ministries, Smyrna Public Safety Foundation(SPSF) and Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption.
This year’s Smyrna Wine Stroll beneficiary is The Giving Kitchen.
The Giving Kitchen’s mission is to provide crisis grants to members of Atlanta’s restaurant community facing unanticipated hardship.
As unique as its mission, TGK’s origin is a compelling testimony of the caring, generous nature of Atlanta’s restaurant community. TGK was inspired by the outpouring of support generated when Atlanta chef Ryan Hidinger was diagnosed with late stage cancer in December of 2012. Industry workers and others know Ryan through his restaurant work history including Bacchanalia, Floataway Café, Muss & Turner’s, and the Staplehouse supper club. Sadly Ryan lost his battle with cancer early this year. His wife, Jen, together with other restaurant industry leaders, have committed to lending a helping hand to others in times of need, recognizing that this type of support can be the difference maker in the fight for survival.
This has always been a fabulous event and one you don’t want to miss.