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Sam Adams Fall Beer Dinner; Otaku South at Sloco; More

SOBROThe Palm will be hosting a Samuel Adams Fall Beer Dinner tomorrow, Sept.25, at 6:30 p.m. The meal will consist of a reception and four-course dinner all paired with Sam Adams beer selections. Tickets are $110 per person inclusive of tax and gratuity, and tickets can be secured by contacting the restaurant. [EaterWire]

12SOUTH — While ramen pop-up Otaku South continues its run on Wednesdays at the Nashville Farmers Market, this Thursday it will begin its fall stand at Sloco in 12South, serving pork, chicken and vegetarian ramen. Hours are 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. [EaterWire]

GERMANTOWNThe 3rd Annual Southern Artisan Cheese Festival takes place this Saturday, Sept.28 at the Neuhoff Building in Germantown. The event features 19 cheesemakers from throughout the south, along with over 40 other artisan food, wine and craft beer purveyors. General admission tickets are $45 and VIP are $80. [EaterWire]

FRANKLIN — Following the success of last year's Triple L Ranch Fall Farm Supper, the folks behind Burger Up and hotly anticipated fall opening Josephine have decided to make a return trip. Set for Sunday, Sept.29, the event, held at the Triple L Ranch in Franklin, will feature four courses with wine pairings, and will give diners a preview of Josephine executive chef Andrew Little's cuisine. Tickets are $100 all inclusive, and transportation by bus to the ranch will be provided. [EaterWire]

NASHVILLE — For a little something just for the ladies, the Nashville Wine Auction will be holding its 3rd Annual Champagne and Chardonnay event on Thursday, Oct.3. Held at a private residence, attendees will enjoy wines from Domaine Chandon and Newton Vineyards and have the opportunity to bid on a number of lots during the Sparkling Silent Auction. Tickets are $100 per person and include wine tastings and hors d'oeuvres. [EaterWire]
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