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Panel Discussion and Networking Opportunity Takes Place May 9 at Monday Night Brewing

ATLANTA (April 19, 2016) - Nosh Talks, the networking organization for Atlanta’s food and beverage industry, is bringing together some of the city’s most prominent chefs, and the farmers who provide them with fresh, locally grown ingredients, for a “Chefs & Farmers” panel discussion and networking opportunity. Promising a lively and informative conversation about the relationship between these two groups, the event is Monday, May 9 at Monday Night Brewing (670 Trabert Ave. NW) from 2 to 5 p.m.

Nosh Talks is partnering with Slow Food Atlanta to host the gathering, which includes light bites and signature beers from Monday Night Brewing. Available online through Eventbrite, tickets are $10 for students, $20 for industry members and $40 for non-industry guests.

The panel discussion takes place from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. and features a lineup of Atlanta's best chefs, including Nick Leahy (Saltyard), Jarrett Steiber (Eat Me Speak Me) and Joey Ward (Gunshow). Farmers on the panel include Steve Whitmire (Brasstown Beef), Lauren Cox (Woodland Gardens), Charlotte Swancy (Riverview Farms) and Susan Pavlin (The Common Market Georgia). A networking session follows from 4:30 to 5 p.m.

“As farm-to-table continues to grow in popularity in Atlanta and across the country, farmers and chefs are inextricably linked—it’s very much like a marriage in some ways,” says Nosh Talks founder Karen Pagano. “This amazing panel provides a great opportunity to understand just how these two groups work together, to discuss the benefits and challenges of such a relationship and hopefully even devise ways to strengthen this unique partnership.”

About Nosh Talks
Nosh Talks is an Atlanta food and beverage networking organization by the industry and for the industry. Founded by local hospitality veteran Karen Pagano, Nosh Talks provides the city’s service workers a much-needed platform for fresh networking opportunities to celebrate victories and dish on the latest trends. For more information and to discover ways to get involved, go to noshtalks.com or follow Nosh Talks on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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