'Christmas Ham & Jam' comes to The Sutler, December 22
Holiday supper & show for all ages
November 24, 2014 – The Sutler will host “Christmas Ham & Jam,” a holiday supper and show, on December 22 and 23. The all-ages event will include a three-course meal and a holiday-themed performance for guests for an inclusive price of $40 per person. Show times are 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. both days.
Chef Nick Seabergh will prepare a pan-Southern supper, which will start with an array of biscuits, ham and jams set at the table for family-style enjoyment. The main course and sides will be inspired by Seabergh’s Mississippi roots. Dessert will be a traditional holiday cookie plate with house made egg nog.
“The components of this meal are shareable, fun, and memorable,” said Seabergh. “I think nostalgia and food go hand in hand at the holidays, and we invite folks to break bread at The Sutler and create memories with family and friends.”
The Farmer & Adele will perform a Country Western style holiday show with special guests, audience caroling, dramatic readings of Christmas classics, and fun for all ages. The show will be performed on The Sutler’s acoustically tuned stage, which will be decked out for the holidays.
Tickets are $40 per person, inclusive of meal, show, tax and gratuity. There will be a cash bar. Tickets for children 12 and younger are $10. Reservations are required; please call 615-840-6124 for more information.
About The Sutler
The Sutler is a historic, spirited saloon and restaurant featuring drinks, dining, and live music on two floors of a historic Nashville building. Our Saloon level features Southern craft cocktails, craft beer on tap, and creative, fresh cuisine inspired by the South & West from our hickory smoker and wood grill. We feature authentic live music with a distinctly Nashville sound. Our Cellar bar features its own craft cocktail and draft beer menu, lounge seating, a fireplace, and space for private events for up to 200 guests. The historic Sutler was originally opened in 1976 by country radio personality Johnny Potts. Part venue, part restaurant, and part dive bar, the Sutler was a social hub for locals and the Nashville music community, as well as a way point for travelers and touring acts from far and wide. The Sutler played hosts to countless musicians, artists, and acts in its lifetime, including Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle, Don Everly, Buzz Cason, Emmylou Harris, and Johnny Cash. The Sutler’s original location opened in the same historic Melrose theater building where it stands today. In 2014 it was reopened and reimagined by restaurateur Austin Ray and the building’s developer and restorer, Joe Parkes Jr. Native Nashvillians Ray and Parkes were former patrons of the original Sutler and brought it back to life as part of a massive arts, dining, and urban living revival of the Melrose neighborhood and the 8th Avenue corridor. For more information, visit thesutler.com.
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