Music City Food and Wine 2015

Last weekend in Nashville was one for the books. If you are at all interested in amazing food tasting, celebrities as well as celebrity chefs, great music, unlimited amounts of wine and spirits then you should go ahead and plan to attend next year. It was really just perfect.  There were cooking demonstrations throughout the weekend and music was always playing.



One of my very favorite parts of the weekend was Harvest Night, which took place on Saturday night at A night of more tastings by many chefs you know and respect from either the Food Network or restaurants that you have read about for years, combined with live music curated by the Kings of Leon who helped put on the entire weekend with the help of the gang at C3 Presents. You may not know of C3 but you know of the shows they put on: Austin City Limits, Lollapalooza, Big Apple Barbecue and our own Music City Food and Wine just to name a few. Basically we’re in great company.

Many different artists performed during Harvest Night, all classic songs. It was amazing to listen then to watch the collaboration not only on stage but throughout the weekend.


Robert Randolph


Music City Food and Wine; Harvest Night



Soul Men : Sam Moore and Michael McDonald


After all of the fun on Saturday day and night, the Ole Miss football game and the after party at Pinewood Social we unfortunately got to Bicential Park too late on Sunday, missing the Gospel Brunch. But no fear, we made it in time for the Tito’s Bloody Mary Bar and Hattie B’s hot chicken sliders.

We ended the weekend Sunday evening with a celebratory dance party and one last after party at the new, most perfect transplant to Nashville, Cochon Butcher in Germantown.

Long story short, incredible weekend in Nashville, on every level. Thank you to everyone who put in the effort to make it happen, and I am currently detoxing.

Hattie B’s


Kim Crawford Wine