Taste of Alpharetta takes place on Thursday, May 12, 2022 from 5 to 10 p.m. This annual event is FREE to attend, but you’ll need to purchase tasting tickets at the event.
This is your chance to dine in downtown Alpharetta at over 60 restaurants, in one fun event. You’ll be able to sample delicious appetizers, entrees, and desserts, prepared by top Alpharetta chefs. There is something for every palate.
Besides plenty of food tastes, you’ll find culinary demonstrations, activities, and entertainment.
You find a list of participating restaurants online.
Food tickets cost $0.50 each, and each taste cost between 2 and 8 tickets. Note that none of the vendors will accept cash — tickets only.
NEW: This year, you can purchase food tickets in advance on the website, so you don’t have to stand in line at the event.
Enjoy live music performances from:
♦ Michael Mango (pop)
♦ Heather Luttrell and the Possumden (folk/American)
♦ Her Majesty’s Request (British Invasion/pop)
and more, across three different stages throughout downtown!
See the music schedule here
There will also be a Kids Zone with activities and inflatables.
Getting there, parking, and shuttle service
The Taste of Alpharetta is located in downtown Alpharetta across from City Hall, at 2 Park Plaza, Alpharetta, GA 30009.
There is FREE parking with shuttle service. Shuttles will run approximately every 20 minutes between 5 and 10 p.m. The drop-off and pickup point at the event is the Ticket Booth, on the corner of Roswell Street. Info on handicapped parking/access
Park and walk (no shuttle)
City Hall Parking Deck (2 Park Plaza)
Park and Ride (with shuttle service)
• Wills Park at Wacky World (on Old Milton Parkway to the right of the Alpharetta City Pool)
• Wills Park Equestrian Center (at 11915 Wills Road, Alpharetta, GA 30009)
There’s a full list of options for park/walk and park/shuttle online.
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