Editor’s Note: Passing along this notice from our friends in Inman Park. Organizers tell us that, in future years, plans call for this event to be extended further north on the Eastside Trail to include merchants in the Ponce City Market and Midtown Promenade areas.
Join us Saturday September 28 for the first BeltLine Wine Stroll, a mile long walk and wine tasting along the southern portion of the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. Fifteen restaurants and businesses along the BeltLine – from Poncey-Highland to Inman Park to the Old Fourth Ward – will be serving one cup of wine each and light appetizers to participants.
Proceeds go to Friends of Inman Park, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, to support phase two improvement projects at Springvale Park. Tickets are $40 each and can be purchased at the event’s website: https://beltlinewinestroll.eventbrite.com/.
Participating restaurants and businesses include: Two Urban Licks, Authentique, City Issue, The Albert, Savi Urban Market, Pure, Barcelona Wine Bar, King of Pops, Inman Perk, Nandina Home Designs, Parish, Dockside Gallery/Kinectic Hive, Atlanta Beltline Bicycle, Irwin Street Market/Bell Street Burritos, and Serpas.
The idea is for participants to get a firsthand look at the way in which businesses along the BeltLine have brought the former stretch of abandoned railway to life and transformed it into a river running through the city. We’re grateful for the support of Art on the BeltLine and the folks at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
We hope you’ll support this event and tell all your friends, as well. The BeltLine Wine Stroll should appeal to anyone interested in urban planning, wine and exercise regardless of where they live.