How to get to Chomp

The Chomp Committee is working hard to make it easy for you to get to Chomp & Stomp on November 5th. The heart of the festival beats at Cabbagetown Park, 177 Kirkwood Avenue Atlanta, GA 30316 for those that want to plug it into their GPS devices. You wont be able to get a car near that spot so let’s focus on the easiest ways to get you to Chomp:

#1 Take MARTA

Take MARTA to King Memorial Station. From there we are providing the Georgia Tech Trolley which will be about every 15 minutes for a pick up and drop off at the Krog Tunnel and Estoria. You get dropped off right in Restaurant Row where you can hook your self up with a $5.00 spoon for the tasting and your first drink of the day for those who are thirsty as soon as they get off the bus.  There’s also MARTA Route 21 that travels between Georgia State and Kensington Stations along Memorial Drive every 30 minutes.

#2 Ride your Bike

That Belt Line is up and running and real convenient for chomp access. For those of you who wish to go the healthy route and work up a great appetite ride that bike. A big thank you goes out to one of our sponsors, Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, who are providing a great bike valet. They are located at the corner of Wylie and Short ( on your right if you are coming in from the Krog Tunnel). Park it and forget about it.

#3 Grady Health Systems parking lot behind King Memorial MARTA

Again we have rented out the parking lot behind the King Memorial MARTA station. You can park there then walk out in front of King Memorial Station and jump on that Trolley. This may be the best kept secret for Chomp. Take advantage because this year it is free.  Please carpool!

Handicap Parking

Hey chompers, this year 97 Estoria was generous enough to volunteer their parking lot for Handicapped parking. The spots are limited and it is first come, first served, like the rest of Cabbagetown parking but hey guys, we are trying;). They are located at the corner of Estoria and Wylie. You can access the lot coming in through Krog Tunnel.

I hope you all can make it but please don’t bring your dogs. You will be turned away. We can’t wait to see you no matter how you get here!