WIN 2 TICKETS TO A PARTY
Dinner at a mystery location with top chefs
Every other Friday, the guys from Top Flr host Dinner Party — a gathering of strangers around a dinner table in locations announced just prior to the event. It might take place in a private home, a warehouse or a park.
The one happening this Saturday, May 1, is a benefit for the Piedmont Park Conservancy.
Top Flr chef Shane Devereux has asked some of his colleagues (Hector Santiago from Pura Vida Tapas and Craig Richards from La Tavola, among others) to join him in preparing the food. Also on hand: five of the town's top bartenders, including Greg Best from Holeman & Finch and Miles MacQuarrie from Leon's Full Service. Michael McNeill, the former Ritz-Carlton Buckhead wine steward and the city's only certified Master Sommelier.
So how do you get these two tickets? Answer a few questions to enter to win.
Contest ends on Wednesday, April 28.
No purchase necessary. Contest is open to Georgia residents, except employees of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Top Flr, Piedmont Park Conservancy and immediate families of the same. Contestants must be 18 years of age or older to play. Contestants must enter a valid email address and telephone number to play. Failure to do so will result in disqualification. Not responsible for failure to receive entries due to transmission failures or technical failures of any kind. Only one entry per person, per giveaway; more than one entry will result in disqualification. Winners will be selected at random from all entries. One winner will be chosen to receive two tickets to a Top Flr dinner Party. Contest begins Wednesday, April 28, at 9 a.m. and ends at midnight on Wednesday, April 28. Winners will be notified by phone and/or e-mail on or before Thursday, April 29, and must respond within 24 hours; failure to respond within that time will result in forfeiture. Winners must come to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution office to claim prize. No substitution of prizes. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and free Internet service is available at your local library. Prizes are not refundable or transferable. While supplies last. One winner per household within a 60-day period. Winners are responsible for all taxes on prizes, if any. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is not responsible if the event is postponed or canceled. Decisions of judges are final.