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Deli House Pop-Up at Boone and Sons; Buttermilk Road

EAST NASHVILLEDeli House, a Chicago-style Italian deli pop-up from husband and wife team Tony and Caroline Galzin (also known for their other occasional pop-up, Sycamore Nashville), will take place for the first time this Friday at Boone and Sons in East Nashville. Open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., a selection of sandwiches and lunch items featuring house made cured meats and breads will be on hand. Deli House will continue their Friday stand going forward, as well as adding Saturday service in the near future. [EaterWire]

BUTTERMILK ROAD — Husk pastry chef Lisa Donovan has just announced new April and May dates for her pop-up, Buttermilk Road Sunday Supper, as well as her baking classes. Seats for Sunday Supper run $85 per person, with her baking class coming in at $75 per person. Seating is limited, so head here for more details and to reserve a spot. [EaterWire]

FARMERS' MARKET — Popular food truck Biscuit Love Truck will be handing over the reins for one night on Saturday, March 29, as local high school student Charlie Hilly takes over to prepare a meat & three-style menu that reflects his Indian and Southern fusion food truck concept, Namaste Y'all. This is the first in the "Pop Up, Schmop Up" series at the Farmers' Market, with proceeds benefiting The Nashville Food Project. Tickets are $20 per person, and reservations can be made by emailing [EaterWire]
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