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Josephine Chef Popping Up at The Band Box; City House Hosting Fourth of July Cookout

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The Band Box

GERMANTOWN - On Thursday, June 16, Strategic Hospitality's The Band Box at First Tennessee Park will welcome its first guest chef, as Josephine's Andy Little pops up with his version of stadium fare, serving up loaded beef cheek tater tots. The cost will be $8 and they will be available while supplies last. [EaterWire]

GERMANTOWNCity House is looking to start a new Independence Day tradition as chef Tandy Wilson and his team plan to host City House & Friends Fourth of July Cookout. On the Fourth from 4 to 8 p.m., $35 gets you food and non-alcoholic beverages, with alcoholic drinks also available for an additional $8. Proceeds will go towards The Screaming Eagle Honor Flight. [Facebook]

NASHVILLE - Earlier this week The Tennessean's food and beverage columnist Jim Myers released a list of his personal top 25 restaurants in town. Among the usual suspects were a few off-the-radar spots, including La Juquilita and TJ's Bar B Q and Fish. And which restaurant came in at number one? The Catbird Seat, Strategic Hospitality's ever-changing tasting menu spot. [Tennessean]

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