Second Annual Tennessee Flavors Set for March 14



Earlier this week, Germantown Café held a (quite successful) special event where all proceeds from the night’s dinner service (and a 100% match in kind from owner Chris Lowry) were donated to the Jay Luther Memorial Scholarship Fund at Nashville State Community College’s Randy Rayburn School of Culinary Arts. If you missed out on that, Tennessee Flavors is another tasty way you can help support the school.

Tennessee Flavors, a fundraiser for the school, will be held Thursday, March 14, at Nashville State in West Nashville. Dozens of area restaurants, wineries, distilleries, caterers and food and beverage suppliers will be on hand to make this night quite a party. Participating restaurants include some of my favorites: etch, Copper Kettle, Fido, The Pharmacy, Sunset Grill and (ahem, husband’s favorite) B & C BBQ among many others. Wash down that great food with libations from Corsair Artisan distillery, Jack Daniel’s, Arrington Vineyards, and many more. It’ll be a great way to sample food and drinks from a wide variety of Middle Tennessee businesses. Check out the full list here. Looks to be a heckuva time and that proper planning will include a designated driver or a taxi company on speed dial.

Proceeds from Tennessee Flavors will provide funds for “scholarships and cooking equipment for the NSCC Culinary School students and other program needs at the college.”

Tennessee Flavors
Randy Rayburn School of Culinary Arts at Nashville State Community College
Thursday, March 14
5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
120 White Bridge Road
Tickets: $50 per person (includes all food and drink)
Buy tickets here

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