Roswell Restaurant Week Returns on January 20

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Roswell Restaurant Week returns to celebrate the city’s finest culinary experiences from January 20-29, 2020. For the sixth consecutive year, Roswell Restaurant Week will be presented by Roswell Inc, the economic and business development organization for the City of Roswell.

Roswell Restaurant Week is the largest restaurant week event in Metro Atlanta, with 43 participating restaurants from around the city. During the 10-day event, all participating restaurants will serve individual prix fixe menus featuring signature favorites and original specialties.

Participating restaurants include: 1920 Tavern, Adele’s on Canton, Amalfi Ristorante, Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar, The Big Ketch Canton Street, Big Oak Tavern, Bistro VG, C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar, Chipper’s Club, Crazy Love Coffeehouse, Deccan Spice Indian Cuisine, di Paolo Italian Kitchen, The Fickle Pickle, Foundation Social Eatery, Fresco Cantina Grille, From the Earth Brewing Company, The Gaslight, Gracious Plenty, Hola Taqueria Roswell, Houck’s Grille, Hugo’s Oyster Bar, Ipp’s Pastaria & Bar, Lazaro’s Cuban Cuisine, Local On North, Lucky’s Burger & Brew, The Mill Kitchen & Bar, Monterrey Roswell, Noca Eatery, Osteria Mattone, Peach & The Porkchop, Pure Taqueria Roswell, Rock ‘N’ Taco, RUMC Coffee House, Salt Factory, Shanghai, Spiced Right Ribhouse, Stoney River Steakhouse, Table & Main, Taqueria Tsunami, Vin25, The Whiskey Project, and Zest Sushi.

Prix fixe menus will be announced in early January and available at RoswellRW.com.

Make sure to follow Roswell Restaurant Week on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @RoswellRW and share dining experiences using #RoswellRW and #RRW2020.

Roswell Restaurant Week is sponsored by Gas South.

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Kimberly Allred Graduates from Georgia Academy for Economic Development

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Roswell Inc's Kimberly Allred Graduated from Georgia AcademyOur business development, retail, and events specialist, Kimberly Allred, graduated this month from the Georgia Academy for Economic Development, a four-month program through the State of Georgia’s Department of Community Affairs.

Created in 1993, the Academy provides training in the basics of economic and community development, plus specialized segments on business recruitment and retention, tourism product development, downtown development, planning, and other essentials for community success. In addition, the curriculum features specific leadership skills such as consensus building, ethics in public service, collaborative leadership and other segments needed for effective community leadership in economic development

“The Department of Community Affairs does an outstanding job curating both engaging and insightful content for the Georgia Academy for Economic Development while also providing an opportunity for communities to showcase what they are doing on the forefront of economic development,” Allred said. “I am honored to be a graduate of this great program and look forward to applying what I learned about the field of economic and community development alongside other local leaders in our region.” 

Since its inception, the Academy has provided training for thousands of professional and non-professional economic developers around the state, and since 1998 the Academy has been offered annually in all twelve regions of the state.

This year’s class participants represented various professional and non-professional economic development fields, including elected officials, public servants, business leaders, educators, and social service providers from Region 3 of Georgia. The Academy provided graduates the opportunity to gain a unique understanding of the complexities of economic and community development on the local, regional, and state levels.

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