Atlanta’s top restaurants are teaming up for a fun evening of food, drinks, music and more, donating all of their services to raise money for two Atlanta-based nonprofits.

The sixth annual Eats & Beats event will take place Nov. 9 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Fairmont in west Midtown with 100 percent of proceeds benefiting Children of Conservation and The Giving Kitchen. Guests will enjoy an open bar, live entertainment and tastings from nearly 30 of Atlanta’s top restaurants.

Participating restaurants include 4Rivers Smokehouse, Barcelona Wine Bar, C. Ellet’s, Cook Hall, Bhojanic, Dantanna’s, Davios, Dennis Dean Catering, Eclipse di Luna, Epic Events, Farm Burger, Horseradish Grill, Leon's Full Service, Livingston, Local Three, Metrotainment Bakeries, Muss & Turner’s, The Canteen and more.

The event will also include plenty of libations and the toe-tapping Americana sound of The Whiskey Gentry.

General admission tickets are $75 in advance and $85 at door. VIP tickets are $170 in advance and $185 at the door and provide exclusive access at 6 p.m. to an exclusive VIP suite with additional restaurants, premium bar and exclusive activities.

All proceeds benefit Children of Conservation and The Giving Kitchen. Children of Conservation is dedicated to the conservation and protection of endangered species in third world countries through education, habitat preservation and wildlife sanctuary support. The Giving Kitchen provides emergency assistance grants to Atlanta’s restaurant community facing unanticipated hardship.

The Fairmont is located at 1429 Fairmont Ave.

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