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Nuit Belge Returns to Nashville March 18; Butcher & Bee Celebrates One Year Anniversary

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NASHVILLE - Nuit Belge, one of Nashville’s most anticipated annual food and beer events, is returning to Marathon Music Works for its third year on March 18, and the full restaurant lineup is now set. Participants this year include Baja Sexto Taco Lounge, Barcelona Wine Bar, Butcher & Bee, Chauhan Ale & Masala House, The Farm House, Funk Seoul Brother, Husk, Kuchnia & Keller, Little Octopus, Mangia Nashville, Marsh House, Nicky’s Coal Fired, Two Ten Jack and Virago. Tickets are currently on sale, and be sure to check the official site for more details as the event draws closer. [EventWire]

EAST NASHVILLE - To celebrate their one year anniversary, Butcher & Bee executive chef Bryan Lee Weaver has invited some friends to join him on Jan. 10 for a special a la carte birthday dinner. Guest chefs for the evening include Tony Galzin (Nicky’s Coal Fired), Kahlil Arnold (Arnold’s Country Kitchen), Andrew Whitney (Virago), Vivek Surti (VEA Supper Club) and pastry chef Cynthia Wong of the original Butcher & Bee in Charleston, SC. Reservations can be made online and walk-ins are welcome. [EventWire]

MIDDLE TENNESSEE - The Nashville Originals first Restaurant Week of 2017 is set to run Jan. 16 - 22. Featuring over 60 different restaurants throughout Middle Tennessee, head to their official website for updates on participating restaurants and available menus. [EventWire]

EAST NASHVILLE - Treehouse pastry chef Matt Clement will be taking over the restaurant’s kitchen on Sunday, Jan. 22 for a pop-up entitled ‘Pretty Thai for a White Guy.’ Seatings will be at 6 and 8:30 p.m., with a cost of $55 per guest. Reservations can be made by calling (615) 454-4201. [EventWire]

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