First Midtown Atlanta Shop & Dine Week Planned for November 6-12, 2006

ATLANTA – The Midtown Neighbors’ Association and Midtown Alliance will present the first Midtown Atlanta Shop & Dine Week November 6-12, 2006. Participating area restaurants, retail stores, hotels, cultural attractions, and nightclubs will offer special pricing and promotions to encourage residents and visitors to experience all Midtown has to offer which includes shopping, dining, entertainment, and lodging.

Many fine dining restaurants such as Eno, Park 75, Pleasant Peasant, Silk, and Spice will offer special three-course dinner menus for $25 per person, while casual restaurants like Mick’s Midtown and Zocalo will feature a dinner for two for $25. Retail establishments such as Blue MedSpa, the High Museum and Atlanta Symphony shops, Veruca, and Yes Home as well as nightclubs like Sutra Lounge plan to offer special pricing. Participating hotels including the Sheraton Midtown Atlanta and the Wyndham Midtown Atlanta will extend special rates or packages.

A complete list of the participating businesses and the special menus or discounts they will feature during the inaugural Midtown Atlanta Shop & Dine Week may be found by visiting The site will be updated regularly as participants are added. More information may also be obtained by calling Brian Smith at the Midtown Alliance, 404-892-4782.

Co-chairs of the promotion are Midtown Neighbors’ Association board members Anna Hsu, Silk restaurant and Greg Guhl, WorldSTAR Design & Communications.

A portion of the proceeds from Midtown Atlanta Shop & Dine Week will benefit the Midtown Neighbors’ Association (MNA), a not-for-profit organization with the sole goal of making Midtown a better place to live and work. MNA is managed and run completely by volunteers. For more information, visit

The mission of the Midtown Alliance is to improve and sustain the quality of life for those who live, work, and play in Midtown Atlanta. The Alliance accomplishes this goal through a comprehensive approach to planning and development that includes initiatives to enhance public safety, improve the physical environment, and strengthen the urban amenities which give Midtown Atlanta its unique character. For more information, visit

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