Generous Helpings At The Nashville Farmer’s Market Ticket Giveaway

There are a lot of food and wine tastings in Nashville, but a few stand out every year as must-go events. And this May 19, Generous Helpings at the Nashville Farmer’s Market is at the top of our list. Why? Well, food and drink from a long list of some of our favorite Nashville eateries is hard to resist. F. Scotts, Holland House, Mad Platter, Sweet 16th Bakery, Table 3, tayst, Watermark, Pied Piper Creamery and Eatery, Provence, Chappy’s On Church, Fido, mAmbu and many more will be providing the evening’s menu. Of course, it wouldn’t be a proper food tasting without wine and beer, and wine and beer there will be.

But beyond the wide assortment of tasty local treats, Generous Helpings supports Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee’s Table program, and that’s something we can get behind. Tickets are $40 in advance and $50 at the door, but today we have a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky Nashvillest reader! All you have to do to enter is:

  • Leave a comment on this post telling us about your favorite dish at a local Nashville restaurant

But there’s more! If you want another entry or two, head over to Facebook and like Nashvillest and/or Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee. Come back here and leave us a comment for each one and you’ll be entered again (and again)!

Entries must be in by the end of the day Tuesday, April 12. We’ll update this post with the winner on Wednesday, April 13 and contact them directly, so make sure you include a working email address when you leave a comment!

UPDATE: The winner is Megan T, whose favorite dish at a local Nashville restaurant is the bananas foster pancakes at Garden Brunch Cafe! Congrats, Megan!

Generous Helpings, May 19 at the Nashville Farmers’ Market. 5:30-8:30pm.
Tickets generously provided by Generous Helpings. We’re not being compensated in any way for writing this post. Photo by Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee.

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