The Berger Bungalow: Local Atlanta // Taste of Marietta Recap

Local Atlanta // Taste of Marietta Recap
Posted on:4.25.2016




The Taste of Marietta is a local festival that I have attended for years. Over 75 restaurants, and other vendors come together on The Marietta Square and provide guests with “tastes” of their food for under $5. 

We are so lucky that our house is within walking distance from the square because it is extremely hard to find parking for this event, so we always end up getting a group together, and walking over. This year, we arrived around 11:45 and quickly realized that they didn’t start serving alcohol until 12:30. We did a few laps around the square and scouted out what we wanted to eat and drink. Unfortunately, I didn’t get pictures of the food (which was amazing), but I did get a few pictures of us! 



This year, we ate Oysters from WR Social House, White Corn Grit Fritters from Seed, Blackened Ahi Tuna with pineapple soy and sriracha mayo, and a pulled pork slider from Big Shanty Smokehouse. We also had tons of great drinks. WR Social House/The Butcher The Baker had an amazing strawberry drink with champagne, we had beer from the many stands around, and we ended the day with cocktails at WR Social House, and Pizza from Marietta Pizza Company. It was a great day filled with tons of food! 



What is your favorite spring or summer festival?

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