Epic Development residents are invited to attend the Atlanta History Center’s Party With the Past on February 9 from 6:30-9 p.m. at Sweet Auburn Curb Market. Easily located blocks from Epic Development’s four15 stacks community, Party With the Past will have plenty of delicious food, beer and stories about the history of the surrounding community.
Sweet Auburn Curb Market has been an integral gathering place since 1924. For the duration of the evening, guests will get to discover the history of the Curb Market through pop-up displays, screenings of the documentary “The Sweet Auburn Curb Market” by Southern Foodways Alliance and filmmaker Katie King and a lecture from Atlanta Food Walks Founder and Chief Eating Officer Akila McConnell. For added fun, local jazz swing band Jules & the Gents will share a special live performance.
Guests will not go hungry amid all the bustling stalls of the daytime. After hours, the market will have a few stalls open for attendees, including Grindhouse Killer Burgers, Three Cities Pizza, Miss D’s Popcorn and Pralines, just add honey tea company, Panbury’s Double Crust Pies and a cash bar.
Party With the Past is free, but Atlanta History Center asks all attendees to RSVP. Onsite parking is $5 and can be paid with cash or card, but Atlanta History Center encourages everyone to use the Atlanta Streetcar System, which has a stop at Sweet Auburn Curb Market.
Epic Development is excited to serve downtown Atlanta’s hottest community through its four15 stacks project. Located steps away from the Old Fourth Ward’s most beloved shopping, dining and entertainment destinations, four15 stacks gives residents an active, walkable and luxurious lifestyle in stunning townhomes. To claim your spot in Atlanta’s modern luxury community, visit LiveAtThe415.com.