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Greko Greek Street Food Coming to East Nashville; Rolf and Daughters 'Bill of Fare' Dinner

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EAST NASHVILLE - A number of Nashville restaurateurs are involved in a new Greek food concept coming to the east side's 704 Main St. building this summer. Greko Greek Street Food, a partnership between the increasingly prolific Fresh HospitalityBill Darsinos of Southside Grill, Pat Martin of Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint,Sam Darsinos of Darfons Restaurant & Lounge, and Tony Darsinos and Kathy Katsaitis of Gondola House Pizzeria, will serve homemade pita bread, lamb, chicken, pork, and other signature Greek street food items. [Tennessean]

GERMANTOWN - Rolf and Daughters will host a special dinner on Tuesday, March 15 inspired by author Mark Twain's "A Little Bill of Fare" from his 1880 book "A Tramp Abroad." The dinner will showcase food from five chefs from across the country: Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes, Portland), Kim Floresca (One Restaurant, Chapel Hill), Dan Burns (Tørst & Luskus, Brooklyn), Trevor Kunk (PRESS, Napa Valley), and Philip Krajeck (Rolf and Daughters).  Seatings are at 6 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. with tickets for sale at $135 per person with food, beverage, tax and gratuity included. [EaterWire]

WEDGEWOOD-HOUSTON - The We-Ho neighborhood continues to grow, with two restaurant and market concepts slated for the new Six10 Merritt mixed-use building. Sassafras Market & Deli will open this fall and offer salads, sandwiches, wines and craft beers, as well as natural and organic produce and baked goods. Also coming to the space is an as-yet-unannounced restaurant from Bongo Java that is still being developed. [Tennessean]

Rolf & Daughters

700 Taylor Street, Nashville, TN 37208 615-866-9897