Taste of Sandy Springs This Sunday
But one thing Sandy Springs has that Cabbagetown didn't is a food festival (Chomp & Stomp doesn't count- that's more of a drink festival if you know what I mean). While the overall participating restaurant list isn't very inspiring (Kroger, Baskin & Robbins, Caribou Coffee amongst others), there are a few places that are winners (Eclipse di Luna, Rumi's, Food 101, Slope's), and there are a few places I am curious to try (Nancy G's, Mambo Italiano, Ramon's). To find out more, go to http://www.tasteofsandysprings.org//.
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