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Southall Hosts AGLOW Candlelit Dinner Showcasing Preservation Techniques

Plus, cookie decorating at Nicky’s, a Jewish-Christmas pop-up at Butcher & Bee, and more

Two wine glases filled with wihte wine sitting on a tahle with a pot of creme bruleee in between them. Southall Farm & Inn
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A winter harvest feast at Southall

Franklin’s bucolic working farm/luxury resort, Southall Farm & Inn, is hosting the winter edition of its Aglow: Candlelight Dinner series this Saturday, December 16 at 6:30 p.m.. Held in the property’s Orchard Event Center, the family-style, multi-course dinner will showcase winter produce and the resort’s in-house preservation techniques. Tickets are $220 per person inclusive of the meal, beverages, taxes, and gratuity. You can also opt to make it an overnight experience — room rates are $399 per night with a dinner ticket purchase. Reservations can be made here.

Family-friendly cookie decorating at Nicky’s Coal Fired

Over in the Nations, Nicky’s Coal Fired is throwing a family-friendly cookie decorating party on Sunday, December 17 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. as part of its St. Nicky’s holiday pop-up experience. The ticketed event will include hot cocoa, a cookie decorating station, Olaf from Frozen for the kids, and a mimosa and bloody mary bar for the adults. Tickets can be purchased here.

Noodles in a Chinese takeout box sitting in blue and silver tinsel. A pair of chopsticks are scooping noodles out of the carton. Butcher & Bee

A very Jewish Christmas pop-up at the Rose Room by Butcher & Bee

East Nashville’s Butcher & Bee will transform the Rose Room into a Christmukkah wonderland starting December 21 through 23 from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Expect blue and silver tinsel strewn across the room, a six-foot blow-up Hanukkah dinosaur, Chinese food (think: lo mein, egg rolls, and dumplings), and holiday cocktails like a boozy gelt hot chocolate. No reservations or tickets are needed for this experience.

Five Points Pizza launches holiday boxes

Local pizzeria Five Points Pizza has launched an exclusive series of holiday carry-out boxes available at both locations in East and West Nashville. The three unique designs — including a snowman, Santa Claus, and an ugly holiday sweater — feature a perforated cut-out meant to be torn at the neck so customers can “wear” the box for a photo. Five Points Pizza will be giving away free pizzas to select winners who post and tag the business on Instagram, including categories for best pet, child, and adult photos.

Fireside s’mores and fondue at Denim

The cabanas at the Joseph’s rooftop bar, Denim, are ablaze this holiday season with fireplaces and festive treats to warm up the evening. Running through the new year, you can reserve a private outdoor cabana for the day or evening accompanied by bites and drinks like the chef-curated cheese and charcuterie board paired with a gourmet s’mores kit ($75 per person), a winter fondue pot ($50 per person) simmering with Emmentaler and gruyère cheeses, and optional tasting flights of bourbon for an additional $25-35 per person. Reservations can be made here.