For Immediate Release

Media Contact:
Angie Clawson
Atlanta Community Food Bank

Participating restaurants will host a raffle to benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank

ATLANTA (August 9, 2013) – Get ready for a great week of Intown dining and fun as restaurants from Inman Park come together to host the annual fall version of Inman Park Restaurant Week, Monday, September 23 through Sunday, September 29, 2013.  The week-long affair will feature 13 of Inman Park’s most popular restaurants.  Each restaurant will offer a three-course, prix fixe menu, which will cost $15.00, $25.00 or $35.00. Restaurants include: Fritti; Il Localino; Kevin Rathbun Steak; North Highland Pub; Parish Foods & Goods; Park’s Edge; Pure Taqueria; Rathbun’s; Sotto Sotto; The Albert; Wrecking Bar; Barcelona Wine Bar; and Wisteria.

In support of Hunger Action Month, which happens throughout the month of September, the Fall Inman Park Restaurant Week will benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB).  In lieu of ACFB’s regular monthly Supper Club fundraiser with one restaurant serving as host, restaurants will sell raffle tickets for $1.00 each with proceeds benefiting the Food Bank. Tickets will be sold online at and at restaurants beginning August 26 through September 29.

One winner will be drawn to receive a $50.00 gift card from each of the participating restaurants (no cash value).  Expiration dates may apply.  The winner will be drawn on October 4 at the Atlanta Community Food Bank (the winner does not have to be present to claim the prize).

For additional information about restaurant week, please contact Marco Alarcon at or visit, and for information about the Atlanta Community Food Bank, visit

Supper Club was created in the late 1990s to celebrate the partnership between Atlanta’s Table and Atlanta’s hospitality community.  Today, the event benefits the Food Bank’s overall effort to fight hunger within metro Atlanta and north Georgia.  With sponsorship from CBS Atlanta, Ethic Inc., and Jezebel magazine Supper Club generates funds to ensure continued operations of the project.  For more information about Supper Club, visit, or contact Daphne Hill at 678.553.5996 or


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