Like some Q? Organizers behind the Atlanta Kosher BBQ Festival are preparing to roll out the 2018 event at a new location and introduce a new food category for its followers to savor. The 6th annual event will be held Oct. 21 at City Springs in downtown Sandy Springs.The community-wide event is presented by The Hebrew Order of David International, the Atlanta Jewish Times, and Balloons Over Atlanta. The Jewish Educational Loan Fund is the main charitable organization involved with this year’s event. Awards will be given to top tastes. A panel of experts will judge the competition, but everyone who attends can purchase samples and decide for themselves who makes the best brisket, ribs, chicken and chili. TheAtlantaKosherBBQ.com
The Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce announced two internal promotions. Robin Buckley (pictured) moves to Executive Director – Member Services and Small Business Resource Center. Previously Manager of Member Services and Small Business Resource Center, Buckley joined the Chamber in 2012. She brings her prior experience as a small business owner and a past Chamber member to the position. Laura Houston is the new Executive Director, Marketing. Houston will now direct and oversea strategic marketing operations, alliances and member engagement for the Chamber.
King is King
King Barbecue offers a wide selection of smoked meats in the traditional vein of Georgia barbecue alongside seasonal vegetable side dishes sourced from local farms for breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch. Veteran Atlanta chefs and restaurateurs Shaun Doty and Lance Gummere, along with Managing Partner and Pit Master Carey Wise have teamed up to bring high-quality meats and Southern hospitality to the heart of Alpharetta at Avalon. King Barbecue is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. KingBarbecueAtl.com, 4195 Avalon Boulevard
New Law in Town
Wasdin Law opened an office at 11138 State Bridge Road. Nancy Wasdin is experienced in both real estate and estate planning matters. It is important to Nancy that her clients understand the process and feel empowered in their decisions, while providing excellent legal service to back it up. Reach out to Nancy with questions about your estate, be it large or small. WasdinLaw@gmail.com 678.551.2399
Fermented now open
Fermented owner Adam Danielson fell in love with family wineries that produce authentic terroir-driven wines. He created this store as a platform to promote these wineries, just opened on Canton Street in the heart of Alpharetta, offering an extensive selection of wines displayed in a fabulous space. They have a heavy focus on wines from California and Italy, but carry a large selection from all regions. Tastings every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 – 8 p.m. 50 Canton Street, Suite 106. FermentedATL.com
Yellow Chilli JC
The Yellow Chilli (TYC) is the most popular and largest franchisor of Indian restaurants in the world. Chef Ruchit Raval, who has undergone training in Mumbai, is at the helm of the new Johns Creek location. TYC represents Indian food in all its eccentricity and diversity along with a high-quality family dining experience. With a variety of dishes specially designed by Master Chef Sanjeev Kapoor during his travels across India, each chef is trained in the headquarters located in Mumbai. 11585 Jones Bridge Rd # 440
Polo in the Pines Saturday October 13
Polo in the Pines is Atlanta’s original premier polo social weekend benefiting Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Saturday’s guests enjoy an elegant, high-style afternoon, exciting polo matches, incredible culinary delights from the Capitol Grille Atlanta, handcrafted cocktails, live music, auctions, champagne sabering and the unforgetable “Stomping the Divots.” This 500-person, “sell out” event is not to be missed. Johns Creek Lifestyle has been a proud sponsor for five years. PoloInThePines.com
Atlanta Polo Brunch Festival October 14
The fundraising excitement continues with polo, cocktails, and music, at the “Best Brunch Bite” contest. Gather your group of friends and enjoy an afternoon of cocktails and bites on the banks of the Chattahoochee. Sunday’s Atlanta Polo Brunch Festival is a unique culinary experience hosted by Polo in the Pines Ambassador Lara Lyn Carter. The 2018 Polo in the Pines proceeds are dedicated specifically to pediatric brain cancer research at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in honor of this year’s honoree, Caroline Brewer, who is in treatment at Children’s.