1424896038_10856544_1042336202460611_1312028686332165262_oThe spring edition of Inman Park Restaurant Week will take place March 9-15.  Each of the 13 participating restaurants will offer a three-course tiered menu which will be $15, $25 and $35. Participating restaurants include Barcelona Wine Bar, Fritti, Il Localino, Kevin Rathbun Steak, North Highland Pub, The Wrecking Bar, The Albert, The Brasserie at Parish, The Luminary, Pure Taqueria, Rathbun’s, Sotto Sotto, and Wisteria. Inman Park restaurant Week is the perfect time to visit some of the restaurants in the neighborhood. For more information, visit inmanparkrestaurantweek.com.

The 6th annual Beer Carnival is set for March 21 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Atlantic Station. Drawing thousands of fans each year, the event will feature a giant tent and outdoor areas for patrons to explore more than 100 types of beers including traditional favorites, premium craft beers and an assortment of seasonal and favorite craft brews. There will also be carnival-style games. You must be 21 or over to attend. General admission tickets are $35 in advance and $45 day of show.  For more information, visit beercarnival.com.

Tickets are on sale for the annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, which will be held in Midtown on May 28-31. For more information, visit atlfoodandwinefestival.com.

, a new chef-driven restaurant developed by restaurateur and consulting chef Gerry Klaskala and Tavistock Group, is now open at The St. Regis Atlanta, 88 West Paces Ferry Road, in Buckhead. The dinner-only restaurant features a menu of fresh ingredients from local farms with American and European influences. For more information, visit atlasrestaurant.com.

Corso Coffee

More to explore at the Buckhead Atlanta development: Corso Coffee, an Italian-style coffee bar, and Thirteen Pies, serving up artisan pizzas made in hot wood-fired ovens. Find out more at buckhead-atl.com.

Dtox Juice will open in the Westside Provisions District in April offering cold-pressed juices made with natural, farm-fresh ingredients including local vegetables and plants. The shop will also feature plant-based elixirs, fruit smoothies with fresh mangos and berries and a line of bath minerals. For more, visit dtoxjuice.com.

SOii6NalgIrFcqh3-0yJHOWXNDbhNT70vzsnR7Jg0y0Hi-Five Diner is open in the former Villains sandwich space at 903 Peachtree in Midtown serving all day breakfast, lunch and dinner options of traditional diner favorites, plus a full coffee and espresso counter and a fully stocked bar with cocktails, craft beer and wine. Visit hifivediner.com for a full menu and more.

Timone’s has recently re-opened with an enhanced menu and new offerings that hem closely to the traditions of classic New York City Italian delis. Inspired by Chef Ron Eyester’s childhood in Long Island, the Morningside space adds a deli counter and menu that includes traditional Italian antipasto, deli meats, many produced in-house, and gourmet take out items. The restaurant is at 1409 N. Highland Ave. Find out more at facebook.com/timonespizza.

Illegal Food has opened in the former Bar Meatball space at 1044 Greenwood Ave. in Virginia-Highland. The restaurant is serving its award-winning burgers in addition to a full menu comprised of appetizers, sandwiches, entrées, desserts and a custom cocktail program. For more, visit illegalfoodatlanta.com.

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.