Here is your chance to get a first look at Biscuit Love Franklin as they host the inaugural event for The Shalom Foundation on May 13.
The Meal that Heals event will be a special curated five-course dinner featuring some of the area’s best chef, including local chefs and a New York chef.
Those taking part in the event include:
Maneet Chauhan of Chauhan Ale & Masala House and Tánsuŏ – Nashville, TN
Andrew Little -of Josephine and Prima – Nashville, TN
Rob Newton of Wilma Jean and Nightingale 9 – New York, NY
Lisa White of Willa Jean – New Orleans, LA
Patrick Martin of Martin’s Bar-B-Que – Nashville, TN
Erik Niel of Easy Bistro – Chattanooga, TN
Karl Worley of Biscuit Love – Nashville, TN
Billy Dec, who recently partnered with Fresh Hospitality and announced plans to open a sushi restaurant in the former Cantina Laredo spot located in the Gulch, will be the emcee for the evening (and perhaps you can get some inside scoop for the new restaurant- Sunda.)
GRAMMY award-winning bluegrass band, The SteelDrivers will provide the entertainment for the event. The band recently won a GRAMMY for the Best Bluegrass Album for their fourth album, The Muscle Shoals Recordings.
All of the proceeds from this memorable evening will go directly to The Shalom Foundation’s efforts to address the desperate medical needs and provide critical surgeries to impoverished children through the Moore Pediatric Surgery Center in Guatemala City, Guatemala.
The Meal that Heals event will take place on May 13 at 6p at Biscuit Love Franklin located at 132 3rd Avenue North. Ticket prices for the event are $1,000 per person or $10,000 per table. Purchase your tickets online . Learn more about The Shalom Foundation below.