Community Rallies Behind Annual Food Festival

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Backed by popular demand, the 7th annual Taste of Chamblee Food Festival will return to the heart of downtown Chamblee for good times, good people and even better food.

In its seventh year of gastronomic greatness and backed by popular demand, the Taste of Chamblee food and music festival will yet again dawn the chef’s hat and return to the heart of Chamblee (Peachtree and Broad street), October 4, 2014 from noon to 7:00pm, to serve up some of the more culturally diverse cuisine of the Atlanta food festival scene.

The annual main street festival, presented by Discover DeKalb Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, proves there is no “I” in grub, with this year’s line-up already including Platinum-selling Georgia Music Hall of Famer and multiple Billboard chart top-10 recording artist, Atlanta Rhythm Section, as headlining musical act on the Discover Dekalb main stage, over 20 of Chamblee’s best kept secrets and main street favorites. Progress has been made to include not only the restaurants housed on Chamblee’s Antique Row, but also the colorful culinary landscape of Buford Highway and surrounding areas.

Hosting the festival for an expected 5,000 attendees is the newly minted Chamblee Chamber of Commerce, with proceeds benefiting the Chamblee-based nonprofit, Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation, that serves uninsured and underinsured Georgians across the state by providing access to the vision and hearing care needed to live healthy and productive lives.

Join your fellow Atlantans in ushering in the new season with good times, good people and even better food. The Taste of Chamblee not only benefits your stomach, it also supports our local businesses, artists, restaurants, and the Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation, which the whole family can enjoy! Questions? Suggestions? Restaurant nominations? Want to be a vendor? Food? For a full list of local participating restaurants and sponsors, please visit #TOC14

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