Beer, Wine & Spirits in Sugar Hill

Winemaking Class and Store Credit for Two, Four, or Six at Wine Workshop and Brew Center (Up to 75% Off)

Wine Workshop and Brew Center

Decatur

Class teaches techniques to make custom blends, and store credit can be applied toward kits with winemaking services

$335 $99

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Souvenir Package with Pint Glasses, Samples, and T-Shirts for 2 or 4 at BlueTarp Brewing Co. (Up to 40% Off)

BlueTarp Brewing Co.

Decatur

Sample five craft brews, and take home a souvenir pint glass and T-shirt

$44 $30

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Brewery Tour and Tasting with Souvenirs for Two or Four at Red Brick Brewing Company (Up to 56% Off)

Red Brick Brewing Company

Atlanta

Guests sample four craft brews while touring a centuries-old brewery

$58 $27

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$179 for a Private Atlanta Pedal Pub Crawl Bike Tour from Peach Pedaler ($375 Value)

Peach Pedaler

Atlanta

Enjoy a private tour of Atlanta, from viewing city centers to enjoying a pub crawl, via a huge bike that holds up to 14 people

$375 $179

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One, Two, Four, or Ten Admissions to an Atlanta Bar Crawl from Barcrawlin.com (Up to 80% Off)

Barcrawlin.com

Vanguish

Drink craft beer and cocktails at four to five bars while dressed according to a playful theme

$49 $19

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Wine-and-Cheese Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at The HIstoric Fine Wine & Art Gallery (Up to 49% Off)

The HIstoric Fine Wine & Art Gallery

College Park

Guests mingle while sampling wine and cheese and viewing work by local artists

$50 $28

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Wine and Sweets Tasting with Truffles, Winescream, and Custom Labels for 2 or 4 at Boutier Winery (Up to 39% Off)

Boutier Winery

Ila

Tasters sip 6 award-winning wines paired with truffles and sample an ice cream–wine blend on a 32-acre vineyard

$76.50 $50

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Brew-U Home-Brew Class for One, Two, or Four at Peachtree Growler Co. (46% Off)

Peachtree Growler Co.

Peachtree Corners

Certified beer master teaches students the basics of home brewing craft beer; students receive 32-ounce growler of beer

$35 $19

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Wine Tasting and Take-Home Bottles of Wine for Two or Four at Courson's Winery ($20 Off)

Courson's Winery

Sparta

After tasting and learning about the winery’s muscadine, scuppernong, and fruit wines, patrons take home bottles of their favorite variation

$25 $15

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Once you’ve bellied up to the cozy tasting room’s bar like an urbane, sophisticated cowboy, you’ll be treated to a few flavorful wafts and quaffs of Montaluce's finest 2008 and 2009 red and white wines, fermented from the carefully maintained fruits of its 35-acre vineyard. The 2008 chardonnay massages the nose with aromas of green apples, pear, and lemon zest mixed with smoke, walnut, and honeysuckle. And the 2008 risata (Italian for laughter) will put your palate into hysterics with notes of cherries, raspberries, cranberry, savory herbs, and just the faintest hint of Joker venom. Otherwise, go snorkeling for the dark chocolate notes buried in the oaky, deep violet, kraken-filled deeps of the cabernet sauvignon. Much like wine itself, your experience at Montaluce will be different depending on the exact point in time you partake of it. Gracious guests who arrive for their wine flight Tuesday through Saturday will be treated to a complimentary guided winery tour at 2 p.m. Likewise, Sunday sippers can tune their taste buds to live musical performances on the veranda from noon to 5 p.m.

946 Via Montaluce
Dahlonega,
GA
US

Georgia Liquor Barn's libation connoisseurs uncork bottles to titillate taste buds during relaxing wine and beer tastings. Round up the old foursome of spirit sippers, and sample selected wine or beer flights that provide tongues with a variety of tastes more easily than licking an office cubicle wall. A schedule of featured wineries and microbreweries lets patrons select their serum of choice, or they can throw inhibitions to the wind and keep anxious palates in suspense. Diverse alcoholic offerings from breweries such as Flying Dog and Lagunitas, or wineries such as Hess and Wild Horse, provide appealing attractions for those who choose to spread their intoxicating enjoyment over two evenings with one other lucky soul.

701 Atlanta Rd
Cumming,
GA
US

Carrying the praises of OpenTable diners as the winner of Best Overall restaurant, Best Ambiance, and Best Food, Park Café's executive chef Michael Ganley is no stranger to success. He has honed his skills in the kitchen for more than 17 years, most recently as Executive Chef of The Ritz Carlton in Dearborn, Michigan. Arriving in Duluth in 2004, Ganley brought with him his years of experience perfecting European culinary techniques, crafting a menu of elegant twists on Southern favorites such as fried green tomatoes layered with slabs of warm, creamy brie.

Nestled inside the Knox House—originally erected in 1899 for the first Mayor of Duluth, John Knox—Park Café's refurbished interior remains true to the home's 19th-century character. Largely original hardwood floors and paneled walls lend a quaint charm to the romantic simplicity of the dining rooms, where tables draped in crisp linen glow beneath flickering candles and diners’ recently whitened teeth.

3579 W Lawrenceville St
Duluth,
GA
US

Amidst Bella’s 15,000 square feet of dance floors and VIP booths, a triad of marble, granite, and hardwood accents fills out the lounge’s two-story facility. Throughout the night, a sound system blasts house beats as lights dance to the rhythms of The Nutcracker Suite stuck in patrons’ heads. At the elevated VIP area, a private bar and bottle service keep drinks within reach at all times, and a rooftop patio offers an oasis from the party below with a separate sound system, LCD TVs, and fireplaces.

3473 Old Norcross Road
Duluth,
GA
US

Featured on Access Atlanta, JapanFest's two-day festival gives crowds of more than 17,000 people a chance to taste varied Japanese cuisine, watch live performances from Japanese musicians and artists, and practice traditional arts in hands-on exhibits. The tunes of Grammy-winning recording artist Yukiko Matsuyama, whose compositions feature the traditional stringed koto, drift through the air as festival-goers watch the hands of professional calligrapher Kotaro Hachinohe bring a large paint-sodden brush down on paper in bold strokes. Pairs of guests can practice the art of petal positioning at the Japanese flower-arranging exhibit, then carefully prune miniature trees at the bonsai demonstration, pruning branches as gingerly as generals clipping budding turrets from the potted tanks in their offices. A range of other participants fills the center's showroom, including anime collectors, kimono crafters, and sake sellers. After perusing the swarm of exhibitors, visitors can reboot with traditional Japanese fare from vendors such as Kotobuki Cafe and Sushi Niko Niko.

6400 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth,
GA
US

Formerly known as Chocolate Perks, 45 On Main now has its own sweet reputation in the Duluth community. The staff brews coffee and espresso drinks, makes fresh sandwiches, and bakes desserts to satisfy sweet teeth that draw up picket lines across the tongue when they don’t get enough sugar. The eatery also curates wine tastings for guests, sometimes pairing its pours with cheeses or other complementary snacks.

3160 Main Street
Duluth,
GA
US

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