Food | Wine
Come celebrate the festival of Diwali (the biggest festival in India) with a Go Eat Give style fair. We will tell you all about this auspicious festival, with authentic cuisine, shopping & more! Archna Becker, owner of Bhojanic moved from North India to the US at the age of 11. Today, her grandmother, mother and father are three of the main chefs at her Atlanta based restaurant.The food you find at Bhojanic is exactly like the food cooked in the homes of Northern India. The amazing food Archna produces for her restaurant as well as her catering business is truly mesmerizing. With 17 years of experience, it is no wonder that Bhojanic has received recognition and been voted "Best" by Creative Loafing '09 & '08, Atlanta Cuisine '08, City Search '09, '08, '07 & '06, The Sunday Paper '09, '07 & '06, and Atlanta Magazine "07 & 06, and is quickly becoming one of the most recognized Indian food establishments in Atlanta.You will also be able to visit vendor booths, get henna painted by Henna Deva Rosemary, & shop for unique merchandise from India. Come early & check out the designer costume jewelry by Belsi Collection, globally inspired couture at Turquoise Peach & the bazaar at Bhojanic. This is going to feel like a true mela! Tickets are $30 per person & include dinner, speaker & access to the fair. Portion of the proceeds from this event benefit the nonprofit organization, Go Eat Give. You are requested to dress traditionally, so you can immerse in the festivities! There will be prizes for best dressed man & woman, courtesy of Ichcha!
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