Frequently Asked questions

Hours

7pm – 10pm

Check In

There are two locations for check in located on Hosea Williams Drive near the following businesses:

Sherwin Williams at Hosea Williams Dr. corner of Howard St. NE

Urban Pie at Hosea Williams Drive and corner of Kirkwood Rd.

Check-In will open at 7 pm and will close at 9 pm.

Last Call

The Wine Stroll will end promptly at 10:00 pm. However, all of downtown Kirkwood restaurants and bars will be open. Look inside your passport for special dining offers and keep the party going in downtown Kirkwood.

Transportation

We recomend you walk to the event, take a car service like Uber or Lyft or take MARTA.

Drop Off & Pick Up

There is a designated area for car services and taxi’s. Please tell your driver this is the Kirkwood Branch Post Office at 1926 Hosea Williams Drive NE.

Parking

There isn’t any designated parking for the wine stroll. On street parking is available, however, we suggest you walk, bike, take MARTA or a car service to the event. If you do park, please remember to remove any valuables from your car.

First Aid

Should you need medical assistance at any time, please visit the EMS tent located by Arden’s Garden.

Lost & Found

Should you need medical assistance at any time, please visit the EMS tent located by Arden’s Garden.

Wine Glasses

The KBOA designs new glassware and orders wine glasses every year. If you would like to purchase glasses from previous years, please email us at kirkwoodwinestroll@gmail.com 

Food Bite Stations

No food bite tickets! After check-in, proceed to the two food bite areas that will be clearly marked where you will purchase food bites directly from the restaurant. Bites are up to $5 each. Cash and credit cards are accepted. ATM will be on-site.

Beer Tickets

This year, we are proud to announce we have a local beer sponsor, Second Self Brewery and Eventide Brewing. Beer tickets are sold after check-in at a central BEER TICKET. Located near Anna’s BBQ. Beer tickets are $5 each. Cash and credit cards are accepted

Child Care

Our KBOA member Language International Kids is offering child care for children 3 and up. The cost is $30 per child and reservations must be made in advance. They are located right next to the event in the basement of Isreal Baptist Church at 2071 Hosea Williams Drive. Call 770-421-5264 for reservations or register online at
http://www.languageinternationalkids.com/kirkwood-wine-stroll-child-care.html

 

 

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

You must be 21 with valid ID to participate in the wine stroll. Please remember to bring your ID.

Can I bring my baby/young toddler?

Yes, babies and toddlers in baby backpacks or strollers are welcome. Some businesses, however, may be too small and busy to bring your stroller inside and it will need to be left outside during your tasting.

Can I bring my dog?

No, Unfortunately, according to our event permit from the City of Atlanta, dogs cannot attend.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email kirkwoodwinestroll@gmail.com with any questions you may have.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Yes, with at least 12-hour advanced notice. Please send us a quick e-mail with the name of the person who will be using your ticket so that we can update our guest list.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

For quicker and easier check-in, please bring your printed ticket or pull up your purchase email on the screen of your wireless device. (No worries if you happen to forget your ticket though. We will have the guest list at the welcome table so you can check in by name without your printed ticket.)

What is the refund policy?

There are no refunds. This is a rain or shine event.

Hours

7pm – 10pm

Check In

There are two locations for check in located on Hosea Williams Drive near the following businesses:

Sherwin Williams at Hosea Williams Dr. corner of Howard St. NE

Urban Pie at Hosea Williams Drive and corner of Kirkwood Rd.

Check-In will open at 7 pm and will close at 9 pm.

Last Call

The Wine Stroll will end promptly at 10:00 pm. However, all of downtown Kirkwood restaurants and bars will be open. Look inside your passport for special dining offers and keep the party going in downtown Kirkwood.

Transportation

We recomend you walk to the event, take a car service like Uber or Lyft or take MARTA.

Drop Off & Pick Up

There is a designated area for car services and taxi’s. Please tell your driver this is the Kirkwood Branch Post Office at 1926 Hosea Williams Drive NE.

Parking

There isn’t any designated parking for the wine stroll. On street parking is available, however, we suggest you walk, bike, take MARTA or a car service to the event. If you do park, please remember to remove any valuables from your car.

First Aid

Should you need medical assistance at any time, please visit the EMS tent located by Arden’s Garden.

Lost & Found

Should you need medical assistance at any time, please visit the EMS tent located by Arden’s Garden.

Wine Glasses

The KBOA designs new glassware and orders wine glasses every year. If you would like to purchase glasses from previous years, please email us at kirkwoodwinestroll@gmail.com 

Food Bite Stations

No food bite tickets! After check-in, proceed to the two food bite areas that will be clearly marked where you will purchase food bites directly from the restaurant. Bites are up to $5 each. Cash and credit cards are accepted. ATM will be on-site.

Beer Tickets

This year, we are proud to announce we have a local beer sponsor, Second Self Brewery and Eventide Brewing. Beer tickets are sold after check-in at a central BEER TICKET. Located near Anna’s BBQ. Beer tickets are $5 each. Cash and credit cards are accepted

Child Care

Our KBOA member Language International Kids is offering child care for children 3 and up. The cost is $30 per child and reservations must be made in advance. They are located right next to the event in the basement of Isreal Baptist Church at 2071 Hosea Williams Drive. Call 770-421-5264 for reservations or register online at
http://www.languageinternationalkids.com/kirkwood-wine-stroll-child-care.html

 

 

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

You must be 21 with valid ID to participate in the wine stroll. Please remember to bring your ID.

Can I bring my baby/young toddler?

Yes, babies and toddlers in baby backpacks or strollers are welcome. Some businesses, however, may be too small and busy to bring your stroller inside and it will need to be left outside during your tasting.

Can I bring my dog?

No, Unfortunately, according to our event permit from the City of Atlanta, dogs cannot attend.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email kirkwoodwinestroll@gmail.com with any questions you may have.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Yes, with at least 12-hour advanced notice. Please send us a quick e-mail with the name of the person who will be using your ticket so that we can update our guest list.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

For quicker and easier check-in, please bring your printed ticket or pull up your purchase email on the screen of your wireless device. (No worries if you happen to forget your ticket though. We will have the guest list at the welcome table so you can check in by name without your printed ticket.)

What is the refund policy?

There are no refunds. This is a rain or shine event.