Nashville Scene is proud to host the 10th annual Iron Fork, presented by US Foods. The 2017 Iron Fork event will showcase previous winners Jessica Benefield of Two Ten Jack, Aatul Jain of Chauhan Ale and Masala House, Hal Holden-Bache of Lockeland Table and Dale Levitski formerly of Fin & Pearl, battling it out in a head-to-head competition featuring a secret ingredient judged by top local foodies and celebrities. The winning Chef will receive the prestigious “Iron Fork” award, an opportunity to compete at the 2017 World Food Championships and bragging rights for the next year.
This year’s competition will also include a Mixology Competition featuring local bartenders creating special cocktails, sponsored by KRAVE JERKY.
During the chef competition, attendees will enjoy drinks by Blue Chair Bay Rum, Chattanooga Whiskey, Blue Moon Brewing Company and Monkey Shoulder scotch, eat unlimited food samples of award-winning cuisine from a wide selection of Nashville’s best restaurants including Le Sel, Mere Bulles Restaurant, Funk Seoul Brother, Ravello at Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, Jim ‘N Nick’s – Nashville area, Nomzilla! Sushi Et Cetera, Rumours East, Chef’s Market, Sinema Nashville, Yats Nashville, BB King’s Blues Club Nashville, Cafe Rakka, Sambuca Nashville, Slim & Husky’s Pizza Beeria, Olive Oil Store and more to be announced.
This event is sponsored by The Gossett, Tennessee Department of Agriculture and Events and Adventures Nashville.
A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit The Nashville Food Project. Thanks to our partners The Art Institute of Tennessee – Nashville, Do615, Edible Nashville and the World Food Championships.
Street parking is available all around the museum with meters of various costs and lengths. All museum visitors will be allowed to come and go during their visit if they need to extend the meters. Get further details on parking in Downtown Nashville by visiting ParkItDowntown.com. It has maps, locations including the best value options.