Music City Happenings: Savor

Nashville Lifestyles magazine presents Savor….


A multitude of James Beard award winning chefs have participated in Nashville Lifestyles’ Savor Nashville events, as well as a variety of local farms, sponsors, and Grammy Award winning songwriters. Over 600 Nashvillians have been partaking in the festivities each year. 

A portion of the proceeds will benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.

The two nights of foodie events is a must do in Nashville.


Friday, April 12Union Station Hotel (1001 Broadway)
Local chefs will compete in a cookoff using a choice of locally produced ingredients provided to them. Guests will sample and vote for their favorite. A panel of celebrity judges will choose the winners. Guests will also enjoy cocktails while listening to live music. 
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for cocktails
. Event from 7-9 p.m.
 $35 per person.

This year’s chefs include:
Karl Worley – Biscuit Love
Paul Wright – Eastland Cafe
Kevin Ramquist – F. Scott’s Restaurant & Jazz Bar
Matthew Lackey – Flyte World Dining and Wine
Kevin Powell – M. Restaurant & Bar
Brandon Frohne – Mason’s
Joe Brogna – Park Cafe
Robert Spinelli – perl cafe
Thomas Cook – Prime 108
Chris Futrell – Pub 5
B.J. Lofback – Riffs Fine Street Food
Anita Hartel – Rosebud Bistro
Live music from Kelleigh Bannen!


Saturday, April 13
Hutton Hotel (1808 West End Avenue)
Celebrity chefs will design a seven course dinner. Wine pairings will be included with each course, as well as an acoustic music performance.
 Wine pairings presented by the Wagner Family of Wine and include:  Belle Glos, Caymus Vineyards, Conundrum, Meiomi, Mer Soleil.

Doors open at 7 p.m., dinner begins at 8 p.m.
 $160 per person, including tax and tip.

Click here to buy your tickets today!


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