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taste of atlantaIf you’re looking for discounts for Taste of Atlanta, you’re in luck: While they last, you can snag discount tickets to the event, no coupon code required.

The Taste of Atlanta will be in Midtown at Tech Square on October 25 & 26, 2014. At Taste of Atlanta, you can sample the specialties of 90+ Atlanta restaurants, get cooking tips & inspiration at The Kitchen Workshop & The Chef’s Table, whip up something fun in the Family Food Zone, & more.

General admission tickets are $25 in advance, and each admits one & includes 10 Taste coupons. Kids age 13 & under get in free when accompanied by a paid adult, but they’ll need their own Taste coupons to sample the fare. Extra Taste coupons can be purchased at Taste of Atlanta, and most menu items cost between 1-3 coupons each.

VIP tickets are $75 in advance, and each comes with 10 taste coupons + admission into the Wine + Beer + Cocktail Experience (exclusive to the VIP Experience, & a commemorative glass. And the first 300 VIP ticket holders each day receive a Taste of Atlanta gift bag filled with special goodies. You must be age 21+ to purchase VIP tickets.

FYI: Taste of Atlanta will host a Friday Night Kick-Off Party on October 24, 2014. General admission tickets are $70 in advance ($90 for VIP), and you must be 21+ to attend. The evening features live music, cold beer & cocktails, & specialties served up by local chefs, including Ron Eyester, Ford Fry, Kevin Rathbun, Jay Swift, Suzanne Vizethann, & more.

Want to go on the cheap? You’ve got a few ways to save:

Taste of Atlanta takes place at Tech Square in Midtown Atlanta, located at 5th & Spring Streets. It’s a short walk from the North Avenue MARTA station. But if you drive, keep this in mind: When we go to Taste of Atlanta on Sundays, we park on the street since street parking is free on Sundays.

–Jennifer Maciejewski