INMAN PARK — The Friends of Inman Park organization is hosting a wine stroll on the Atlanta BeltLine's Eastside Trail on Sept. 28 to raise funds for improvement projects at Springvale Park, the neighborhood's signature green space.
Stretched along a mile of the trail that includes Poncey-Highland and Old Fourth Ward as well as Inman Park, the BeltLine Wine Stroll includes 16 restaurants, art spaces and other businesses that will serve wine and appetizers.
- Two Urban Licks
- City Issue
- The Albert
- Savi Urban Market
- Barcelona Wine Bar
- King of Pops
- Inman Perk
- Nandina Home Designs
- Dockside Gallery/Kinectic Hive
- Kevin Rathbun Steak
- Atlanta BeltLine Bicycle
- Irwin Street Market/Bell Street Burritos
Tickets for the event, which runs rain or shine on Sept. 28 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., are $40 and may be purchased at this link. All the proceeds go toward the Friends of Inman Park, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, in support of the Springvale Park improvement projects.
Every Wine Stroll ticket buyer will get a free King of Pops popsicle at the KOP stop, the retail "window" outside its production facility, which is next to the "Welcome to Inman Park" mural, just off Bernina Avenue.
Uber, the transportation company, also is offering first time customers $20 off on their initial ride.
Please click on the attached video to hear Springvale Park Committee member Eric Goldberg explain the idea behind the Wine Stroll.