Get Your Taste Buds Ready for the Inaugural Atlantic Station Restaurant Week
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Do you love trying new restaurants or giving back to a worthy cause? Then don’t miss Atlantic Station’s inaugural Restaurant Week to benefit Autism Speaks.
Being held May 12 through 18, each of Atlantic Station’s full-service restaurants will provide either set or prix fixe menu options that range from $10 to $15 at lunch and $15 to $35 at dinner. This event is a great opportunity for all Atlanta residents to experience some of the area’s best restaurants while giving back to their community.
Restaurants participating in the event will include Lobby Bar and Bistro, Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro, Chick-a-Biddy, Meehan’s Public House, California Pizza Kitchen, Yard House, Rosa Mexicano, Atlantic Grill and STRIP. In addition, select retailers will be offering discounts when you present your restaurant week receipts.
Guests visiting Atlantic Station for Restaurant Week can enjoy a movie in Central Park, as “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2” will be playing on Thursday, May 15 at sundown. Visitors can also look forward to Improv in the Park on Friday, May 16 from 8 until 9 p.m.
Atlantic Station’s guests will be able to purchase an A-Card for $2 to benefit Autism Speaks. These cards are valid through June, and allow the cardholder to take advantage of benefits, discounts and special offers from participating Atlantic Station stores.
The grand finale of Atlantic Station’s inaugural Restaurant Week will be the 10th annual Georgia Walk Now on Sunday, May 18. Hosted by Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, the event is held to support autism awareness.
For more information on Atlantic Station’s Restaurant Week, visit www.AtlanticStation.com. To learn about more events being held around Atlanta, click here.