Dine Nashville: The Music City Way Returns for Third Consecutive Year

Journey through Nashville’s Food Scene During the Month of February with Chef Collaborations, Restaurant Week, Deals and Discounts and More.

(Nashville, Tenn. – Dec. 13, 2023) Today, the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp announced that Dine Nashville: The Music City Way will return for the third consecutive year. The month-long celebration of the city’s diverse food scene will showcase multiple events to include collaborative chef experiences, cocktail classes, Restaurant Week, along with Deals and Discounts. Dine Nashville will benefit the Music City Inc. foundation in support of The Giving Kitchen and Big Table.

“In time for gift-giving this holiday season, we’re thrilled to announce the first of many can’t-miss collaborative chef experiences for Dine Nashville,” said Deana Ivey, CEO and President of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. “For both locals and visitors alike, the gift of a one-of-a-kind chef collaboration is a unique way to offer a memorable experience all while giving back to the community. From world-class chef-driven restaurants to southern diners and international cafes, the city’s food culture throughout downtown and surrounding neighborhoods is something to experience by all.”

Starting the month off with Nashville Scene’s Hot Chicken Week, Jan. 29 through Feb. 4, 2024, hot chicken deals can be found at dozens of restaurants throughout the city. Continue the excitement and festivities of Dine Nashville with one-of-a-kind chef collaborations taking place throughout the month. With additional collaborations to be announced in the new year, the initial list of collaborations is now available to purchase at www.visitmusiccity.com/dine-nashville-collaborative-chef-experiences.

Before February comes to a close, Dine Nashville will also feature Restaurant Week, from Monday, Feb. 26 through Sunday, March 3, 2024, offering special menus for brunch, lunch, and dinner, as well as Deals and Discounts highlighting Music City’s all-encompassing food and beverage scene. Restaurant Week reservations, menus, and discount offerings will be available on the Dine Nashville website in late January.

Creative Chef Collaboration Events

Chef Maneet Chauhan (Morph Hospitality) + The Loveless Cafe 
Saturday, Feb. 3 | 11 a.m. | $115/person | Chauhan Ale & Masala House (123 12th Ave., N)

Chef Arnold Myint (International Market) + Chef Nick Rooney (Black Dynasty) + Chef Chris Biard (S.S. Gai)
Sunday, Feb. 4 | 5 p.m. | $110/person | International Market (2013 Belmont Blvd.)

Chef Jordan Arcuri (Oak Steakhouse) + Chef Kevin Kobayashi (O-Ku)
Wednesday, Feb. 7 | 6:30 p.m. | $125/person | at Oak Steakhouse Nashville (801 Clark Pl.)

Chefs Aniello Turco, Nicky Miscia (Mimo) + Chefs Hrant Arakelian, Abbas Al Nakhli (Lyra)
Thursday, Feb. 8 | 5:00 p.m. | $150/person | at Mimo Restaurant and Bar (100 Demonbreun St.)

Chefs Tony Mantuano and Joey Fecci (Yolan) + Chef Julia Jaksic (Cafe Roze)
Thursday, Feb. 22 | 5:00 p.m. | $125/person, or $205/person with wine pairing | at Yolan (403 4th Ave S.)

Chefs Hrant Arakelian, Abbas Al Nakhli (Lyra) + Chefs Aniello Turco, Nicky Miscia (Mimo)
Thursday, Feb. 22 | 5:00 p.m. | $150/person | at Lyra (915 W. Eastland)

Chef Junior Vo (Noko) + Chefs Chris and Emma Biard (S.S. Gai)
Monday, Feb. 26 | 6:00 p.m. | $65/person | at Noko (701 Porter Road)

Specials (more to follow)

8th & Roast will feature a specialty coffee inspired by Common Ground’s Espresso Martini

Common Ground will highlight an Espresso Martini menu featuring 8th & Roast Cold Brew

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, X, and Instagram.

Big Table

Founded in 2009, Big Table is a 501(c)(3) organization that cares for restaurant and hospitality workers in crises. Big Table changes individual lives and builds community throughout timely interventions, intentional relationships, and transformational care. Big Table Nashville was established in 2021 and serves hospitality workers in the core metro area of Davidson County.

Music City Inc.

Music City Inc. was created in 2006 as a 501(c)(3) foundation to enhance the programs of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp through music-focused, educational and philanthropic initiatives that benefit the local hospitality industry, Nashville citizens and visitors. Music City Inc. launched the Music City Walk of Fame project in November 2006 and produces music-centric events that are free and open to the public. During times of crisis, the foundation has collected and distributed relief funds, and it continues to partner with local educational institutions and nonprofit organizations to positively impact the Nashville community.

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 @visitmusiccity.