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Three Times Otaku South; Beard House Preview Dinner at Mason's; More

NASHVILLE FARMERS MARKET, 12 SOUTH, EAST NASHVILLE — Frequent pop-up ramen shop Otaku South continues its standing engagements at the Nashville Farmers Market tonight and Sloco in 12 South on Thursday, but this weekend they will be setting up for their first Sunday brunch from 12 to 3 p.m. at East Nashville's Silly Goose. Check in with Otaku South's Twitter feed for menus and other updates. [EaterWire]

WEST END — In anticipation of his James Beard House dinner in New York City later this month, chef Brandon Frohn of Mason's will be offering a one-night only preview of the full menu next Tuesday, Nov.12. The eight-course dinner includes dishes such as grassfed beef cheeks with BLiS maple syrup and kumquat gastrique, hominy, and brussels sprout kimchi and Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Co. white chocolate and pumpkin cremeux with vanilla and chestnut beignet, cranberry conserva, and espresso salt. The cost of the meal is $75 plus tax and gratuity, and wine pairings can be purchased for an additional $25. A few seats are still available and can be reserved by calling (615) 321-1990. [EaterWire]

SOBRO — "Food, Wine and Design," a new dinner series from Nashville Lifestyles that pairs up chefs to collaborate on four-course meals, takes place next Tuesday, Nov.12, at the Omni Nashville Hotel. The first dinner on Tuesday will feature Flyte's Matt Lackey and Karl Worley of Biscuit Love Truck. The following evening, Nov.13, will feature Deb Paquette with Etch Restaurant and Steve Robillo of Amerigo's. Cost of the meals are $100 per person and include a cocktail hour or spirit and wine pairings. Tickets can be purchased here, as well as a preview of both nights' menus. [EaterWire]
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