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September 19, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Join your fellow conference attendees for a delicious taste of Nashville. It’s all about the music here, but these incredible eats are not to be missed!
Blanco Cocina + Cantina – $$
Really missing Puerto Vallarta? Get a taste of Sonoran-style Mexican food right on Broadway.
Blanco’s Cocina + Cantina has everything from classic fresh salsa, house guacamole, and
tacos, burritos and bowls with savory fillings like spicy Machaca short rib or red chili chicken.
Margarita fans, check out the spicy-sweet specials. – View menu
Butchertown Hall – $$
With ‘butcher’ in the name, Butchertown Hall is a carnivore’s dream. Choose from oak-smoked
Texas-style BBQ that’s offered by the pound, or opt for tacos served on flour tortillas made in
house daily. Located in Germantown, it’s a short ride from the conference hotels. – View menu
City House – $$
City House creates a special ‘Sunday supper’ menu each week to showcase fresh, seasonal
ingredients in its Southern Italian dishes like pizza, pastas and other favorites. Bourbon and
whiskey fans, this is your spot. Located in Germantown, it’s a short ride from the conference
hotels. – View menu
** Notes: Dinner reservations are 8 p.m. and family-style dining is required.
Etch – $$$
Fit for foodies, Etch brings bright, bold flavors and global tastes into delicious dishes that include
options for vegetarians and pescatarians. Chef Deb Paquette was the first female certified
executive chef in Tennessee, and she’s been lauded with a number of accolades over her 30+
years in Nashville’s restaurant scene. Located in SoBro, it’s near the Broadway strip. – View menu
** Notes: Reservation time is 8 p.m. Only available on Monday (closed Sunday).
Masala House – $$$
Celebrity chef and TV personality Maneet Chauhan has combined Indian fare with traditional
Southern dishes at Masala House, which is consistently rated as one of Nashville’s 10 best
restaurants. Chef Chauhan is a judge on the Food Network’s Chopped and competed on Iron
Chef and The Next Iron Chef. Masala House is located in The Gulch, a trendy neighborhood
near downtown. – View menu
Nashville Grange – $$$
The Nashville Grange specializes in a Tennessee-to-table menu with Southern comforts made
with high-quality ingredients. One of Nashville’s newest restaurants, it has options for
vegetarians and pescatarians. Its location within the Grand Hyatt on Broadway provides
fantastic views of all the action. – View menu
Sixty Vines – $$
The sustainability-focused spot is named for the 60 wines that are available on-tap, and its
menu includes shared plates, curated charcuterie boards, pizzas and main meals. It has ample
options for vegetarians, and it’s specifically designed for a collaborative, communal dining
experience. Sixty Vines is located within Fifth + Broadway, one of Nashville’s food halls, just off
Broadway. – View menu
Stateside Kitchen – $$$
Stateside Kitchen is a brasserie-style restaurant with fresh flavors and locally sourced
ingredients. With a sushi menu, this restaurant has options for pescatarians. Stateside Kitchen
is located within the Dream Hotel, just off Broadway. – View menu
Tavern – $$
Local foodie favorite, Tavern is a gastro-pub concept with fun and creative cuisine that’s
accessible to nearly any palate. It has options for vegetarians and a ‘health conscious’ menu.
Tavern is located in Music Row, a short ride from the conference hotels and Broadway. – View menu
** Note: Only available on Sunday (closed Monday).
*Food and beverage costs are the responsibility of the attendee. Registration will take place online and at the conference registration desk.