Restaurants come together for Savor Sandy Springs Restaurant Week

Nearly 20 restaurants in Sandy Springs are coming together Nov. 8-16 for Savor Sandy Springs Restaurant Week.

Throughout the week, the eateries will offer lunch and dinner specials to entice diners to try a new restaurant or return to a favorite one. The week-long event is being spearheaded by the Sandy Springs-Perimeter Chamber of Commerce, and will be held in conjunction with the Sandy Springs Society’s annual fundraising event, Elegant Elf Marketplace.

“Sandy Springs boasts an impressive collection of restaurants offering international cuisine and American fare, ranging from casual eateries to fine dining establishments,” Karen Trylovich, owner of A Classical Affair, and Chairman of the Sandy Springs-Perimeter Chamber’s Restaurant Council said in a news release. “We want everyone to think of Sandy Springs as a dining destination, and hope Restaurant Week will encourage people to try the city’s wonderful restaurants.”

Participating restaurants include:

  • 5 Seasons Brewing
  • The Brickery Grill & Bar
  • Brooklyn Café
  • Cibo e Beve
  • Dantanna’s Tavern Double
  • Zero Nepoletana
  • Food 101
  • Fuego Mundo
  • Hammock’s Trading Company
  • Hudson’s Grille
  • J Christopher’s
  • Nancy G’s Café & Neighborhood Bistro
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes
  • Rumi’s Kitchen
  • Taziki’s Mediterranean
  • Café Teela Taqueria
  • That Pie Place
  • Tin Can Fish House & Oyster Bar

Because Elegant Elf Marketplace takes place during the final two days of Savor Sandy Springs Restaurant Week, participating restaurants with full bar service will offer a specialty drink for patrons age 21 and over called the “Elf-Tini.” Several local bartenders created recipes for the beverage in a friendly competition, and one was chosen by a committee of Sandy Springs Heritage members as the official adult beverage of this year’s fundraising event.

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