NASHVILLE, TN – Dine Nashville: The Music City Way, an initiative created to celebrate Nashville’s chefs and diverse food scene, will return for the second year in February 2023. The program will offer different ways for the public to participate all while benefiting two charitable organizations, The Giving Kitchen and Music City, Inc. Dine Nashville is sponsored in part by Jack Daniel’s and Gig pro.
“Over the years Nashville’s food scene has grown to be a significant piece of the city’s creative culture, and this month-long celebration gives locals and visitors a distinct opportunity to experience our culinary offerings,” said Deana Ivey, President, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. “After last year’s success with nine chef collaborations and 70+ local restaurants participating in restaurant week, we are thrilled to continue shining a spotlight on their great work while also supporting The Giving Kitchen and Music City, Inc. Honoring creativity while giving back really is the Music City Way."
Kicking off the month with Nashville Scene’s Hot Chicken week, Jan.30 – Feb.5, delicious hot chicken deals can be found throughout the city to get your taste buds dancing. Keep the excitement flowing by exploring the most unique part of Dine Nashville’s month-long festivities with one-of-a-kind chef collaborations taking place throughout the month 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:
Creative Chef Collaboration Events (as of 12/27)
Vivek Surti (TAILOR) + Rita Martinez (Salty Cubana)
Wednesday, February 1 | 7:00 p.m. | $125/per person | at TAILOR (620 Taylor Street)
Chef Julia Sullivan (Henrietta Red) + Chef Andrew Carmellini + Chef Levi Raines (Carne Mare)
Wednesday, February 8 | 5:00-10:00 p.m. | $95/person, additional $65/person optional beverage pairing | at Henrietta Red (1200 4th Ave N.)
Chef Ford Fry (Star Rover Sound, Optimist, Superica, O-Ku, Le Loup) + Chef Gracie Nguyen (East Side Bahn Mi)
Thursday, February 16 | 7:00 p.m. | $150 for table seats and $135 for the bar | at Star Rover Sound (1400 Adams St.)
Chef Kristin Beringson (Henley) + Cascade Hollow Distillery (Home of George Dickel Whiskey)
Thursday, February 23 | 6:00pm | $68/person | at Henley (2023 Broadway, Nashville)
Before February comes to an end, Dine Nashville will also feature a restaurant week from Monday, Feb. 20 through Sunday, Feb.26. 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 and beverage scene. Restaurant week participants will be announced in the New Year and prix fixe menus at www.visitmusiccity.com/dine-nashville.
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.
Music City, Inc.
A 501(c)(3) foundation founded to enhance programs of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, providing more education, training, and research benefiting Nashville citizens, the workforce of its hospitality industry, and visitors to Music City.
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: