A wide variety of businesses are working together to bring the third annual Taste & Tour of Cheshire Bridge to Atlanta’s most eclectic street.  The two-day event, held July 20-21, will feature food tastings, exhibits, product samples, discounts, raffle prizes and more.

Taste & Tour hours are 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. each day.  The event is accessible via the MARTA Lindbergh Station and bus route 27, which stops at multiple locations on Cheshire Bridge Road. Designated parking locations are at Antiques & Beyond (1853 Cheshire Bridge Road) and The Center for Spiritual Growth & Meditation (1893 Piedmont Road NE).  A trolley will transport attendees along Cheshire Bridge Road with stops at several locations (TBA) and within walking distance of participating businesses.

Many of the participating businesses have called Cheshire Bridge Road their home for decades while others have recently joined the diverse Cheshire Bridge mix.  Participating businesses include Alfredo’s, Antiques and Beyond, Barking Hound Village, Caroline Budd Picture Framing, The Colonnade, Décor Professionals, Habersham Gardens, Johnny’s New York Pizza, Las Margaritas, Nakato Japanese Restaurant, Nino’s, Perla Taqueria, Photography Center of Atlanta, Region’s Bank, Rhodes Bakery, Roxx Tavern, Tailor’s Art Cleaners, Roxx Tavern, Ursula’s Cooking School, and Woodfire Grill.

Ticket prices are $20 each for a one-day pass or $35 each for a two-day pass Children ages 12 and under are admitted free. For a full list of participants and to purchase tickets, visit www.tasteandtourofcheshirebridge.com.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.