Black-owned restaurants across Atlanta help celebrate civic engagement with special offers
how it works
1) Vote... please
2) Visit one of the participating restaurants wearing a "Georgia-themed" sticker
3) Receive a special offer or discount
voting that feeds the soul
Soul Food is southern comfort food most often associated with Black culture, family, holidays, celebrations… and now voting.
Dec 18 - Jan 5
be sure to check their open schedule and hours
Free Side w/ Meal
180 Northside Dr SW
Free Dessert w/ Meal
2358 Hosea L Williams Dr NE
264 Memorial Dr SE
800 Forrest St NW
19 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd NW
Free Side w/ Meal
1984 Hosea L Williams Dr NE
881 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy NW
... more to be announced
virtual tip jar
If you don't live in Atlanta - or simply can't make it out - consider supporting these restaurants from home. They are the heart and soul of our city and have been greatly affected by COVID-19.
100% of money raised will be split evenly among the participating restaurants.
join the campaign
join us at home
Can't make it to a restaurant but want to join the civic tradition of eating soul food after voting?
James Beard Award-nominated Chef Todd Richards
“Ordinary people with extraordinary vision can redeem the soul of America by getting in what I call good trouble, necessary trouble."
- John Lewis
i voted atl
From the creatives for the community.
Found at select polling location across Atlanta.
produced by Marcel Alexander
"I wanted to do my part for this very important election. From the first time I voted in '08 all the way up to now our Georgia sticker has been the same. Posting your sticker is a right of passage and a celebration for casting your vote and I was tired of the same sticker so I reached out to seven dope creatives in Atlanta to design new stickers for Georgia."