NASHVILLE – Dine Nashville: The Music City Way, a new initiative created to celebrate Nashville’s chefs and diverse food scene, will launch in February 2022 offering three different ways to participate all while benefiting The Giving Kitchen, an organization that provides emergency assistance to food service workers through financial support and resources.
“Nashville’s food scene has grown to be a significant piece of the city’s creative culture, and this celebration will give locals and visitors a unique opportunity to experience our culinary offerings like never before,” said Deana Ivey, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. “After all their industry has been through over the past 20 months, we can’t imagine there being a more important moment in time to shine a spotlight on their great work while also supporting The Giving Kitchen. Honoring creativity while giving back really is the Music City Way.”
The first and most unique part of Dine Nashville’s month-long festivities is one-of-a-kind, can’t-miss chef collaborations taking place throughout February that will showcase an array of edible imagination. With additional collaborations to be announced in the New Year, the following are open for first come, first served reservations now at www.visitmusiccity.com/dine-nashville:
Chef Ryan Poli (Bobby Hotel) X Chef Rooney (Black Dynasty Secret Ramen House)
Monday, February 14 | Reservations start at 5:30 p.m. | $85/person | at Bobby Hotel (230 4th Avenue North)
Chef Sean Brock (Joyland, The Continental, Audrey) X Chef Tyler Brown (Southall)
Friday, February 18 | 6:00 p.m. | $100/person | at Joyland (901 Woodland Street)
Chef Maneet Chauhan (Morph Hospitality) X Chef Joshua Walker (Xiao Bao Biscuit)
Tuesday, February 22 | 6:00 p.m. | $125/person | at Chaatable (345 40th Avenue North)
Before February comes to an end, Dine Nashville will also feature a restaurant week from Monday, February 21 through Sunday, February 27. The week will offer special prix fixe menus for brunch, lunch and dinner, as well as deals and discounts from non-traditional restaurants such as fast-casual eateries, coffee shops, bakeries, and breweries to highlight Music City’s all-encompassing food & beverage scene. Restaurant week participants will be announced in the New Year and prix fixe dining reservations will open in early February at www.visitmusiccity.com/dine-nashville.
Download logos for Dine Nashville & The Giving Kitchen here.
To inquire about participating in Dine Nashville’s Restaurant Week, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Giving Kitchen
Giving Kitchen (GK) is a nonprofit organization that provides emergency assistance to food service workers through financial support and a network of community resources. Their goal is to create a food service community where crisis is met with compassion and care. Since its inception, GK has served over 8,000 food service workers. For more about Giving Kitchen, visit givingkitchen.org and follow @givingkitchen on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Giving Kitchen’s vision of creating a community where crisis is met with compassion and care would not be possible without the generous support of the organization’s 2021 Annual Corporate Partners: Anheuser-Busch, Eagle Rock Distributing, Empire Communities, Georgia Natural Gas, Global Payments, Liberty House Restaurant Co., Mailchimp, National Distributing Co., Revel Systems, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Savannah Distributing Co., Sysco, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Up on the Roof, and US Foods.
The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp
The mission of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp is to maximize the economic contribution of the convention and tourism industry to the community by developing and marketing Nashville as a premier destination. Visit the NCVC’s website at www.visitmusiccity.com and follow us on social media: