Try something new at Dine Nashville's special collaborations from Music City's top chefs. This will only happen once!
Celebrate your love for Nashville’s culinary scene at Bobby Hotel for a can’t-miss collaboration from their Executive Chef Ryan Poli and Chef Rooney of Black Dynasty Secret Ramen House. In late 2021, wildly popular Black Dynasty set up shop in their new home at Sylvan Supply in Bearded Iris Brewery, and after a three-year hiatus Chef Poli (formerly of Catbird Seat) is now back in Nashville to revamp Bobby Hotel’s dining outlets.
Get your tickets for Monday, February 14 at the Bobby Hotel (230 4th Avenue North). Reservations start at 5:30pm, $85/person.
With many awards and acclaims between them, Chef Julia Sullivan (Henrietta Red) heads to Chef Andrew Carmellini’s (The Dutch, Carne Mare) most recent Nashville opening – Carne Mare – to showcase the acclaimed chefs’ skills over a private, five-course black truffle dinner with wine pairings
Reserve your spot now for this must-try meal on Thursday, February 17 at 7pm at Carne Mare (300 12th Avenue South) for $270/person.
Head East to Joyland to taste imaginative creations from Chef Sean Brock and Chef Tyler Brown. Having worked together at Hermitage Hotel’s Capitol Grille, the two chefs will be back in the kitchen together for one night of good times and great food. Chef Brock has since opened three of his own outposts in Nashville, while Chef Brown has taken on Southall in Franklin, TN.
Get tickets to this special event on Friday, February 18 at Joyland (901 Woodland Street) at 6pm. $100/person.
Spice up the usual dinner plans by indulging in a fusion of flavors courtesy of Chef Maneet Chauhan and Chef Joshua Walker as they come together for one unforgettable night at Chaatable. Known for her work as a judge on Food Network’s “Chopped,” Chef Chauhan also heads up Morph Hospitality (Tánsuŏ, Chauhan Ale & Masala House, Mockingbird), and Chef Walker’s Xiao Bao Biscuit is popping up The Dive Motel ahead of their standalone outpost opening in spring 2022.
Get tickets to this special event on Tuesday, February 22 at Chaatable (345 40th Avenue North) at 6:00pm. $125/person.
James Beard Award-winning chefs RJ Cooper and Gerard Craft bring their years of top-notch talent together for an exciting evening in Germantown. The melding of refined flavors found at both chef Cooper’s Saint Stephen and Craft’s Pastaria are sure to make for an unforgettable night.
Get tickets to this special multi-course dinner on Wednesday, February 23 in the new Aqcua Room at Saint Stephen (1300 3rd Ave N) at 7:00pm. $135/person.
*All guests are asked be 21 years or older.
Long-time Nashville chefs Deb Paquette of Etch, Etc. and Jasper’s and Kahlil Arnold of Arnold’s Country Kitchen will come together for a noteworthy night of indulging at the crossroads of global cuisine and downhome country cooking. This collaboration between two of Music City’s most influential chefs is sure to be a dining experience that will ignite the senses.
Get tickets to this special event on Thursday, February 24 at Arnold's Country Kitchen (605 8th Avenue South) at 6:30pm. $110/person
Pitmaster Pat Martin of Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint and Hugh Baby’s will helm the kitchen for one night alongside Chef Trevor Moran of Locust at his 12 South hotspot. The à la carte menu will offer a myriad of ways to enjoy this collaboration of two of Nashville’s most popular culinary creators.
Reserve your spot for this one-night-only collaboration before it’s too late. Monday, February 28 at Locust (300 12th Avenue South) with reservations starting at 5pm. Price à la carte.
In February, Nashville's food scene will take center stage with collaborative chef experiences, a restaurant week, and discount offerings from food retail outlets.