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Bad Bitches, an Indian-Inspired Steakhouse, and Josephine in Brooklyn

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EAST NASHVILLE — Charleston-based, all-female, philanthropic supper club Bad Bitches head to town on October 26 to throw a dinner party featuring the talents of female chefs of Nashville. The Halloween-themed “Bad Bitches Brew” event will serve courses from Deb Paquette (Etch), Maneet Chauhan (Chauhan Masala & Ale House), Allie Lane (Little Octopus), Rebekah Turshen (City House), Kayla May (Blushing Berry and Josephine), Lisa Donovan (Buttermilk Road), Chelsey Conrad (Butcher and Bee Charleston), and Sarah Adams (founder of Bad Bitches). The evening will also feature beer from female brewers and proceeds go to assist Pink Boots, an organization that supports women in the beer industry. The event starts at 6:00 p.m. at Pop Nashville, and tickets, available online, are $85. [EaterWire]

12 SOUTH — Josephine chef Andy Little travels to Brooklyn to join chef Patti Jackson of Delaware and Hudson for a dinner on October 5 celebrating their Pennsylvania heritages. The five-course meal will feature dishes like mustard spaetzle with pumpkin, skate schnitzel, and a pheasant and pigeon pie. THere are multiple seatings and seats, available online, are $85. [EaterWire]

WEST NASHVILLEVEA Supper Club takes over Fifty First Kitchen and Bar on October 11 for an Indian-inspired steakhouse night complete with champagne, oysters, fresh paratha, garam masala-crusted ribeyes, a martini cart, and more. It's classic-with-a-twist indulgence for $600 a table of four. VEA dubs the event Dhaba Chophouse. There are several seatings, and reservations may be purchased online (along with a look at the full menu). [EaterWire]

POP Nashville

604 Gallatin Ave #201, Nashville, TN 37206 (615) 454-3946

Josephine

2316 12th Avenue South, , TN 37204 (615) 292-7766 Visit Website

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