Taste of Atlanta is an annual fall event showcasing Atlanta chefs and restaurants in the Historic Fourth Ward Park. You can choose from several different MARTA stations and commute options to reach the event, although it is not in easy walking distance of a rail station. Note that admission tickets are required, and includes coupons for free food samples.

Train + Shuttle Directions

Take a red or gold line train to the Civic Center MARTA station for a free shuttle to the festival. Shuttle ride less than 10 minutes.

Train + Uber or Lyft

The best stations near the festival where you can request a car are North Avenue or Civic Center (red/gold line) and Inman Park (blue line). Car commute less than 10 minutes.

Train + Bike or E-Scooter

Exit the train at the Midtown or Inman Park MARTA stations if you plan to bike or take a scooter to the festival. You can reach the Eastside BeltLine Trail via bike paths from both stations. The Inman Park station has less car traffic and is closer to the event. Bike time is about 15 minutes from MARTA rail.

Bus Options

The following MARTA bus routes stop near the festival. It is free to ride the bus if transferring from a train. Otherwise, pay $2.50 in exact change to ride the bus or tap your Breeze Card.

  • Bus 2: Stops at East Lake and North Avenue MARTA stations and primarily travels on Ponce de Leon Avenue.
  • Bus 102: Stops the Candler Park and North Avenue MARTA stations with service on Ponce de Leon Avenue, N. Highland, Moreland Avenue and Caroline Street (Edgewood Shopping District)
  • Bus 816 travels between downtown Atlanta and Emory University. Exit the bus on Ralph McGill near the south end of the park at the BeltLine trail.

Use Google Maps with the transit option to plan your trip for specific bus stop information and maps. Real-time bus locations and schedules are also in the MARTA on the Go app. Exit at Glen Iris or Ponce City Market to reach the Historic Fourth Ward Park from bus 2 and 102.

More Information

How to Ride MARTA Buses
Festivals Near MARTA
MARTA Map

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