BARKS AND BITES: DOGGIE FOOD CRAWL ON THE BELTLINE
Book early for the next crawl on April 16. More dates coming.
Join us on the first BeltLine restaurant crawl FOR dogs!
This food crawl is all about your fur baby. We stop at 3 different restaurants - Brewdog, Envegan and Butter & Cream - and each one prepares a dish for your dog! And...YOU get small bites at each stop + 1 craft beer.
Plus, get a paw-view of the new Woofgang Bakery & Grooming opening soon on the BeltLine, and fetch more pup treats at other dog businesses.
Enjoy patio seating at some of the most dog-friendly restaurants in Atlanta, as we explore the next up and coming section of the BeltLine between Krog St. and Memorial Drive. This part of the trail is very scenic and has new restaurants and tons of street art to explore – there are great photo opps for you and your doggie!
There will be prizes and giveaways from: The Whole Dog Market, Piedmont Bark, Chico's Mafia Tough Dog Apparel and more. Help your dog live their best life with this fun outing on the BeltLine. You'll remember it fur-ever!
Restaurants and stops subject to change.
$80 with dog
$50 without dog
FOOD AND STREET ART TOUR
Saturdays, 11 AM
The Atlanta BeltLine is completely reinventing Atlanta. Join us as we explore the BeltLine and its explosion of new restaurants! Starting at Krog Street Market, named "one of the world's best food halls" by Travel + Leisure, eat your way down the Atlanta BeltLine, sampling food from some of Atlanta's best restaurants and exploring this city's vibrant street art scene along the way. Even if you have been on the BeltLine, you will find new restaurants to return to, as well as hidden gems!
Sample 4 of the BeltLine's acclaimed restaurants
Fruit-infused margarita tasting
Stop and tasting at chocolate micro-factory
Learn the stories behind Atlanta's iconic street art, including ties to Hollywood.
Learn all about the BeltLine, one of the largest urban renewal projects in the U.S.
See why Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is called the South's largest outdoor art exhibit.
Find hidden gems
Tour led by BeltLine resident