Next Week’s Nashville Happenings
Curtis Stone at Hotel Indigo
Wednesday, July 27th
11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Hotel Indigo Nashville – Downtown
301 Union Street
Take a deep breath girls, Curtis Stone is coming to Nashville! Hotel Indigo is teaming up with the celebrity chef to learn more about favorite neighborhood finds with “Locals Know Best – Dish on the Dish”. Next Wednesday, Curtis will be at the downtown location of Hotel Indigo to host a live “Dish on the Dish” event, so if you can take an extra long lunch that day, drop by and share with the Aussie hunk what makes your favorite local dish the best around.
If you aren’t able to join in person, be sure to check out Hotel Indigo’s Facebook page that same day to enter for the chance to win a VIP trip for two to NYC!
Stoudt’s Brewmaster Dinner
Thursday, July 28th
1812 21st Ave S
Nashville, TN 37212
Beer drinker? If so, this looks like a dinner you’re not going to want to miss. Fido and Bounty Bev Distributors are teaming up to present Stoudt’s Brewery Beer Dinner with Brewmaster Eddie Stoudt. Check out this mouth-watering menu:
Noble dairy goat cheese, local honey, walnut crisp, tempura fennel
with Stoudt’s Gold Lager
kenny’s aged cheddar gougre, heirloom tomato, mint, blueberry
grilled local peach and corn, blackberry, red onion, feta
with American Pale Ale
apple bratwurst, handmade pretzel, potato, mustard-ESB sauce
with Scarlet Lady ESB
empanada, braised pork, tomatillo, mango hot sauce, curtido
with Double IPA
rated r chocolate cupcake, double chocolat pot de creme
with Fat Dog Imperial Stout
$40/person plus tax & tip
Seating is limited, so sign up now! Just drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Saturday, July 30th
11 am – 4 pm
Adventure Science Center
800 Fort Negley Boulevard
Nashville, TN 37203
This one looks like fun for all ages! Adventure Science Center will be hosting “CHOMP!,” a day-long event celebrating the science behind the food we eat.
Visitors will meet exotic fruits and vegetables, discover how bugs are already part of everyone’s diet, learn if they’re a “super-taster” and watch local chefs in action. Bongo Java Roasting Co. will show why the “Maillard Reaction” is important to roasting coffee beans and other foods. Olive and Sinclair Chocolate Company will share the science of chocolate, tracing its transformation from cacao bean to delectable treats. Visitors may also explore the hottest of the coolest trends in cooking science – molecular gastronomy!
CHOMP! is included with general admission*, and the Science Center will offer $1 off general admission that day to visitors who bring an emergency food box item (peanut butter, baby food, canned meat, canned vegetables/fruit, macaroni and cheese or cereal) to be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. Each guest must have an item to receive the discount. Blue Bell Dairy will also be on hand giving out free ice cream! (while supplies last)
For more information, visit the Adventure Science Center website.
* $12 for adults; $10 for children ages 2 to 12, seniors 65+, active military families (with ID) and college students (with ID); and free for certified TN teachers (with school ID).