Food Donations and Community Activism

The Tassa family are as passionate about their community and giving back as they are about food and hospitality. They have served the greater Atlanta area as philanthropist and community organizers, with equal love for all kinds of people. After all, a vibrant community and good food go hand in hand.

Tassa had donated food to the Black Arts Festival, Food for the Poor, Zoo Atlanta as well as catered the NBA Legends Ball and various Caribbean-American events around the Atlanta area. We have also teamed up several times with Go Eat Give to showcase Caribbean food culture to Atlantans looking to try a new cuisine.

We are continued supporters of both the Marietta and Alpharetta fire departments and the Cobb County and Alpharetta school systems.

Currently, owner Ria Edoo sits on the Board of Directors for the True Colors Theatre and the Caribbean-American Movers and Shakers Networking Series.

In the Press

Taste authentic curried goat at this Caribbean-style spot
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (May 29, 2018)

Restaurant Review: Tassa Roti Shop
Atlanta Eats (March 27, 2017)

4 Places to Find Caribbean Dishes in Metro Atlanta
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (June 2, 2016)

Inside the kitchen of Tassa – 2014 Food Issue
Creative Loafing (October 16, 2014)

A taste of Authenticity: Tassa Roti offers Caribbean flavors
Marietta Daily Journal (September 20, 2012)

Tassa Roti Shop, Marietta
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (October 6, 2010)

Tassa Roti Shop: A taste of Trinidad
Creative Loafing (June 4, 2008)

Tassa’s “Wall of Fame”