Sarah Gleim

Correspondent

  • Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Sarah Gleim is a Forbes Travel Guide correspondent based in Atlanta. Gleim has been an editor for more than 15 years and has written about travel for about 10 of those. But her true passion is food writing. She spent two years studying culinary arts to be a food writer, and has interviewed famed chefs from Tom Colicchio and Laurent Tourondel to Scott Peacock and Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Her work has been published in Atlanta magazine, Discovery.com, TLC.com, The Atlantan magazine, Charlotte magazine and The Atlanta-Journal Constitution.

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  • On April 16, 2013
    Sarah Gleim answered the question: Sarah Gleim

    What are the best festivals in Atlanta?

    Photo courtesy The Dogwood Festival Springtime in Atlanta means you're pretty much guaranteed there's a neighborhood festival nearly every weekend. I definitely have some perennial favorites that I try to always attend when the weather cooperates. The Dogwood Festival is one of the city's most popular festivals and this year it falls on April 19-21. It's been a staple in Atlanta for more than 75 years. It's held in Piedmont Park and features hundreds of artists from all over the country. There are also a ton of musical acts Friday and Saturday, and Nashville music artist Sara Evans will also be performing Saturday night (for free) at 7 p.m. I'm also a huge fan of the Inman Park Festival, which always falls the last weekend of April (this year April 26-28). It includes a self-guided tour of homes through Inman Park, one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods, juried art and crafts exhibitors, live music, a kids area and one of the quirkiest street parades around. I live in Decatur, so I rarely miss the Decatur Arts Festival in the Courthouse Square. It's over Memorial Day weekend (May 24-26) and features an Art Walk on Friday night, and artists market Saturday and Sunday with more than 165 participants. There's also fantastic live music headlined by singer songwriter Shawn Mullins, who is performing for free Saturday night. Finally, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will set up in Midtown for just the third time May 30-June 2, and if you're a foodie, you need to be there. It's a celebration of the very best in Southern food, beverages and traditions, and includes cooking and cocktail demos, seminars, tasting tents and panel discussions from some of the South's best chefs and mixologist.
  • On April 16, 2013
    Sarah Gleim answered the question: Sarah Gleim

    What are the best festivals in Atlanta?

    Photo courtesy The Dogwood Festival Springtime in Atlanta means you're pretty much guaranteed there's a neighborhood festival nearly every weekend. I definitely have some perennial favorites that I try to always attend when the weather cooperates. The Dogwood Festival is one of the city's most popular festivals and this year it falls on April 19-21. It's been a staple in Atlanta for more than 75 years. It's held in Piedmont Park and features hundreds of artists from all over the country. There are also a ton of musical acts Friday and Saturday, and Nashville music artist Sara Evans will also be performing Saturday night (for free) at 7 p.m. I'm also a huge fan of the Inman Park Festival, which always falls the last weekend of April (this year April 26-28). It includes a self-guided tour of homes through Inman Park, one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods, juried art and crafts exhibitors, live music, a kids area and one of the quirkiest street parades around. I live in Decatur, so I rarely miss the Decatur Arts Festival in the Courthouse Square. It's over Memorial Day weekend (May 24-26) and features an Art Walk on Friday night, and artists market Saturday and Sunday with more than 165 participants. There's also fantastic live music headlined by singer songwriter Shawn Mullins, who is performing for free Saturday night. Finally, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will set up in Midtown for just the third time May 30-June 2, and if you're a foodie, you need to be there. It's a celebration of the very best in Southern food, beverages and traditions, and includes cooking and cocktail demos, seminars, tasting tents and panel discussions from some of the South's best chefs and mixologist.
  • On April 16, 2013
    Sarah Gleim answered the question: Sarah Gleim

    What are the best festivals in Atlanta?

    Photo courtesy The Dogwood Festival Springtime in Atlanta means you're pretty much guaranteed there's a neighborhood festival nearly every weekend. I definitely have some perennial favorites that I try to always attend when the weather cooperates. The Dogwood Festival is one of the city's most popular festivals and this year it falls on April 19-21. It's been a staple in Atlanta for more than 75 years. It's held in Piedmont Park and features hundreds of artists from all over the country. There are also a ton of musical acts Friday and Saturday, and Nashville music artist Sara Evans will also be performing Saturday night (for free) at 7 p.m. I'm also a huge fan of the Inman Park Festival, which always falls the last weekend of April (this year April 26-28). It includes a self-guided tour of homes through Inman Park, one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods, juried art and crafts exhibitors, live music, a kids area and one of the quirkiest street parades around. I live in Decatur, so I rarely miss the Decatur Arts Festival in the Courthouse Square. It's over Memorial Day weekend (May 24-26) and features an Art Walk on Friday night, and artists market Saturday and Sunday with more than 165 participants. There's also fantastic live music headlined by singer songwriter Shawn Mullins, who is performing for free Saturday night. Finally, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will set up in Midtown for just the third time May 30-June 2, and if you're a foodie, you need to be there. It's a celebration of the very best in Southern food, beverages and traditions, and includes cooking and cocktail demos, seminars, tasting tents and panel discussions from some of the South's best chefs and mixologist.
  • On April 16, 2013
    Sarah Gleim answered the question: Sarah Gleim

    What are the best festivals in Atlanta?

    Photo courtesy The Dogwood Festival Springtime in Atlanta means you're pretty much guaranteed there's a neighborhood festival nearly every weekend. I definitely have some perennial favorites that I try to always attend when the weather cooperates. The Dogwood Festival is one of the city's most popular festivals and this year it falls on April 19-21. It's been a staple in Atlanta for more than 75 years. It's held in Piedmont Park and features hundreds of artists from all over the country. There are also a ton of musical acts Friday and Saturday, and Nashville music artist Sara Evans will also be performing Saturday night (for free) at 7 p.m. I'm also a huge fan of the Inman Park Festival, which always falls the last weekend of April (this year April 26-28). It includes a self-guided tour of homes through Inman Park, one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods, juried art and crafts exhibitors, live music, a kids area and one of the quirkiest street parades around. I live in Decatur, so I rarely miss the Decatur Arts Festival in the Courthouse Square. It's over Memorial Day weekend (May 24-26) and features an Art Walk on Friday night, and artists market Saturday and Sunday with more than 165 participants. There's also fantastic live music headlined by singer songwriter Shawn Mullins, who is performing for free Saturday night. Finally, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will set up in Midtown for just the third time May 30-June 2, and if you're a foodie, you need to be there. It's a celebration of the very best in Southern food, beverages and traditions, and includes cooking and cocktail demos, seminars, tasting tents and panel discussions from some of the South's best chefs and mixologist.
  • On April 16, 2013
    Sarah Gleim answered the question: Sarah Gleim

    What are the best festivals in Atlanta?

    Photo courtesy The Dogwood Festival Springtime in Atlanta means you're pretty much guaranteed there's a neighborhood festival nearly every weekend. I definitely have some perennial favorites that I try to always attend when the weather cooperates. The Dogwood Festival is one of the city's most popular festivals and this year it falls on April 19-21. It's been a staple in Atlanta for more than 75 years. It's held in Piedmont Park and features hundreds of artists from all over the country. There are also a ton of musical acts Friday and Saturday, and Nashville music artist Sara Evans will also be performing Saturday night (for free) at 7 p.m. I'm also a huge fan of the Inman Park Festival, which always falls the last weekend of April (this year April 26-28). It includes a self-guided tour of homes through Inman Park, one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods, juried art and crafts exhibitors, live music, a kids area and one of the quirkiest street parades around. I live in Decatur, so I rarely miss the Decatur Arts Festival in the Courthouse Square. It's over Memorial Day weekend (May 24-26) and features an Art Walk on Friday night, and artists market Saturday and Sunday with more than 165 participants. There's also fantastic live music headlined by singer songwriter Shawn Mullins, who is performing for free Saturday night. Finally, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will set up in Midtown for just the third time May 30-June 2, and if you're a foodie, you need to be there. It's a celebration of the very best in Southern food, beverages and traditions, and includes cooking and cocktail demos, seminars, tasting tents and panel discussions from some of the South's best chefs and mixologist.
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