Brunch Series - Every 1st Saturday of the Month
Join us for a Brekkie pop-up with chef Julia Kelser of Stop Think Chew every 1st Saturday of the month
Brunch will start at 11am and go until 2pm.
Cultured South will serve hot coffee and cold brew coffee along with our usual kombucha offerings. Chef Julia will prepare a choice of 3 breakfast bowls for $8 and sides to accompany.
Wednesday Lunch Series with the “Garden Queen”
Join us from 12pm-3pm every Wednesday for a pop-up lunch featuring Ms. Haylene Greene “The Garden Queen”.
Haylene is known in the West End for running her West End Community Urban Garden and supplying the community with fresh veggies and sorrel (hibiscus) tea. She’s a local pillar of the community and we are excited to partner with her to bring you a taste of the islands.
Each Wednesday Haylene will serve a lunch consisting of flavors from her home- Jamaica. Menu items feature dishes like: oxtails, curry goat, tropical pumpkin vegetable soup, turmeric rice and Ginger- hibiscus tea.
Common Apothecary and Cultured South are teaming up to offer a Fire Cider Workshop!
In this workshop we will learn about common medicinal plants + herbs used in traditional folk medicine during the winter months and prepare our own take home Fire Cider. Each guest will leave with a recipe card and the knowledge they'll need to continue a tried and true tradition.
We'll also sip on some delicious Fire Cider made by the fine folks at Cultured South.
Each Ticket is $25
All Supplies Included. We'll be sourcing our ingredients from favorite local farms.
Registration is required and space is limited! To purchase tickets follow the ticket URL.
This is a family friendly event. Children are welcome!
We're hosting a dinner with a purpose organized by our friends at Chop It Up ATL:
Collective Impact Dinner #4 organized by ThinkTable featuring Grow Where You Are
The collective impact dinner runs concurrently with the food system! The food system goes as follows:
•Food Waste Recovery
About Chop It Up ATL:
#ChopItUpATL's mission is to bring the creative, non-profit and local lovin' communities together over a meal. Everyone has the right to be able to grow, eat and enjoy good food. Our intention is to create space for open dialogue to connect and collaborate; otherwise known as chopping it up.
Our goal with #ChopItUPATL is to educate on the food system and how access to good food affects our communities! We want to continue the dialogue around good food access to the underserved communities at large. From the grower to the foodie to the artists, we all have a part in the ecosystem.
Cultured South is home of Golda Kombucha, Georgia's first and finest Kombucha company.
Golda Kombucha is celebrating 4 years in business and wants you to join the party!
Come on out to Cultured South on Saturday August 11th from 7pm-10pm for family fun that includes, food, half price kombucha pours, music, booze, special product releases and more.
Cheers! and Happy Birthday Golda Kombucha!
More about the event here:
Online Dating Workshop: How to avoid F**kboys and other Online dating tips.
This is a FREE workshop focused on helping you find love! Bring your questions and your best Fboy stories because we are going to dish! This is going to be a fun, interactive time for women (and anyone that identifies as female) to come together and I can share my #6steps that brought me love in online dating.
Bring a friend and also come a little early to enjoy some delicious Kombucha and other Vegan treats for purchase with our gracious host, Cultured South. They are staying open late so we can dish on online dating and dish on some amazing food and drinks too! Please RSVP to StacieAtre.Love@gmail.com to reserve your spot. You can find out more about Stacie, the host of this workshop, by following her on Instagram @StacieAtre.Love See you soon!
Time: 7 - 8:30 pm
Event held at Cultured South
Workshop hosted by Stacie Atre, Love and Relationship Coach
Please reserve your spot by emailing StacieAtre.Love@gmail.com
And make sure to like both @CulturedSouth and @StacieAtre.Love on Instagram!
Agenda: Guests arrive 6:30 - 7 pm
Introduction by Stacie including promotion of Cultured South
F**kboy traits, free write, discussion
Love Coaching with Volunteer
Raffle for free coaching session
Join us at your local farmers markets throughout the week to grab fresh food and drinks for your family. Get a Golda Growler and bring it back each week for a discount on your refills!
Farmers Market Schedule:
Tuesday- Ponce City Farmers Market on the Beltline 4pm-8pm
Wednesday- Decatur Farmers Market 4pm-7pm
Thursday- East Atlanta Village Farmers Market 4pm-8pm
Piedmont Park Farmers Market 9AM-1PM
Peachtree Road Farmers Market 8:30AM-12PM
Marietta Square Farmers Market 9AM-12PM
West End Farmers Market 10AM-1PM
Grant Park Farmers Market 9AM-1PM