This Oct. 4, a few of Roswell’s favorite restaurants, retailers, galleries and organizations are collaborating to bring 1,000 participants to Roswell Wine Festival on Canton St. Ticket holders will stroll through Historic Roswell receiving complementary samples of wine from their favorite restaurants.
“We thought that given Roswell’s growing restaurant scene and just the demographic makeup of the community, it would be something that would be of interest to the Roswell residents and people in the area,” Peggy Robinson, one of the festival’s founders said.
Participating restaurants include:
Little Alley Steak
Peach and the Pork Chop
Table & Main
The Big Ketch
The Melting Pot
Tutto Kitchen & Bar
There are also a number of retailers, wineries and galleries involved in making this festival a success. To learn more and grab your tickets, visit the website at www.roswellwinefestival.com.
“You have the opportunity to open the door to a whole new area of discovery,” Ted Lahey, executive chef of Osteria Mattone, said. “It’s a neat opportunity to open the world of wine to people who otherwise would stick to what they know.”