Eighth Annual Open Streets Emory Village-COVID19 Edition

A Socially Distant Neighborhood Event Supporting Emory Village

The 8th Annual Open Streets Emory Village continued in 2020 with a socially responsible edition in line with the challenges of the times. Events were spaced out over a four-day period, some virtual, so friends and neighbors could enjoy the fun without the crowds. There was still good food, music, and activities, but individuals and families were encouraged to explore the village environs safely and at their own speed.

Saturday, October 24, 2020

Sunday, October 25th

*Anyone who signs up with a name and email for any other official Open Streets event had a duck entered for them in the Peavine Creek Duck race.

Wagaya Offers Specials for Kids During Open Streets

Wagaya: Friday, October 23

Wagaya means “Our Home in Japanese. Enjoy authentic Japanese food in Emory Village including fresh sushi, ramen and donburi and receive a kid’s meal free with a dine-in order of $25 and more. All kid’s meals are $4 with takeout orders.

Jimmy John’s Celebrates Open Streets with Free Little John

Jimmy John’s: Friday, Oct. 23

Take the kids to Jimmy John’s on Friday, Oct. 23 for the restaurant’s Open Streets Emory Village special: a free Little John with the purchase of a combo. Then play games outside. Jimmy John’s offers delivery and pick up of its sandwiches.

Double Zero Specials during Open Streets Emory Village

Double Zero: On Thursday Oct. 22, and Saturday, Oct. 24, enjoy a dinner serving 2-4 people for $50. Includes your choice of salad (Caesar or or misticanza), choice of chicken parmesan and spaghetti/meatballs OR chicken parmesan and lasagna, choice of a bottle white or red wine. $5 Negroni. Reservations required.