Chef Ron Eyester has joined Nancy and Colman Goodrich to rebrand Nancy G’s into Southern Bistro. The Sandy Springs restaurant, located in the Fountain Oaks Shopping Center at 4920 Roswell Road, will feature an updated menu and more expansive bar program as well as food-driven events and a Sunday brunch service. More information at southernbistroatl.com.
Midtown Restaurant Week is set for Sept. 10-18 with more than 40 restaurants offering brunch, lunch and dinner options from $15, $25 and/or $35 prix-fixe menus. Prices are per person and exclude alcohol, tax and gratuity. A complete list of those participating is available at mrwatlanta.com.
The 10th annual Kirkwood Wine Stroll returns Sept. 23 from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. along Hosea Williams Drive. There will be 35 pouring stations serving up a variety of wines, as well as food and music onsite. Tickets are $40 in advance or $50 the week of the event or at the door. This is a 21-year and older event. Photo ID is required. For more information, visit kirkwoodwinestroll.com.
Chefs from all over the Southeast will bring the best wings they have to offer to the inaugural Atlanta Wing Fest on Sept. 25 starting at 1:30 p.m. at The Foundry at Puritan Mill. This festive “party with a purpose” will provide wings, beer and local music to benefit Atlanta-based charities Angel Flight Soars and Second Helpings Atlanta. Tickets are $20 for general admission or $45 for VIP, and can be purchased at freshtix.com/events/atlanta-wing-fest.
Open Hand Atlanta will host the 13th annual Party in the Kitchen fundraising event at American Spirit Works, 199 Armour Drive, on Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $250 each and provide guests with an evening of tastes from the city’s most talented chefs and bartenders, as well as access to the event’s auctions and live entertainment. For more, visit partyinthekitchen.org.
Tickets are on sale now for Sunday Supper South on Oct. 30 at 5:30 p.m. The annual family-style supper benefits the James Beard Foundation. This year’s theme is taken from John Updike’s novel and film, “The Witches of Eastwick.” Hosts/chefs Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison will welcome an all-female line up of award-winning chefs at Ponce City Market for the event. Tickets are $250 for James Beard Foundation members and $275 for non-members. For details, visit sundaysuppersouth.com.
Restaurateur Chris Martha and Chef Michael Semancik are expected to open Scout in Decatur’s Oakhurst neighborhood soon. The menu will feature “interpretive regional cuisine” alongside a craft cocktail menu from beverage director Nate Shuman. The restaurant is located at 321 West Hill St.