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The 404 Kitchen Launches Nightly Tasting Menu; High Garden Tea Shop Is on the Move

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THE GULCH -€” The 404 Kitchen and executive chef Matt Bolus are launching a new dinner series tomorrow night featuring a five-course tasting menu with beverage pairings. Priced at $80 per person, with optional wine pairings for $35 and an additional cocktail pairing for $55, the menu will change often to feature seasonal produce, with this week's menu highlighting that most popular of summertime fruits, the peach. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 615-251-1404. [EaterWire]

EAST NASHVILLE -€” High Garden tea shop will close its doors this Wednesday, June 22, as owners Joel and Leah Larabell prepare for a July 11 reopening in a new 2,000 square foot location at 935 Woodland St. New additions will include 'a root cellar where they’ll serve house-made, on-draft kombucha and fermented herbal sodas, by the glass and in 32-ounce growlers, plus a variety of fermented foods; a kitchen that’ll allow [them] to pull together "Taste of Nashville boards"' and more. [East Nashvillian]

MIDTOWN -€” Gerard Craft is still a few months away from opening up his Pastaria outpost in the ONEC1TY development, but those who missed out on his first two Nashville pop-ups may still have a chance to get a taste before the September opening, as Craft has plans for three more events prior to the opening. [Restaurant Hospitality]

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