A portion of proceeds from the October dinners will support efforts of The Nashville Food Project

Tailor Nashville, the award winning South Asian American dinner party style restaurant, is extending its residency at The Nashville Food Project for the month of October as a continuation to its fall calendar of pop-up events while the build-out of its new Taylor Street Development location takes place. Throughout the month of October, Tailor will serve its fall menu every Friday and Saturday at both 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., as well as Sundays at 7 p.m. at The Nashville Food Project, located at 5904 California Ave. With this extended residency, Woodland Wine Merchant has partnered with Tailor to curate the wine pairings for the fall menu as another way to bring the community together and further elevate the guest experience.

A portion of proceeds from these dinners will support the efforts of The Nashville Food Project’s ongoing work, which includes efforts such as its Community Meals program that prepares and shares thousands of scratch-made, nutritious meals in collaboration with community partners, and an urban agriculture program that supports families in growing food for themselves and for market.

“The community feel of our first pop-up dinner series at The Nashville Food Project last month perfectly encapsulated what Tailor is all about, so we are thrilled to continue this unique experience that supports such a deserving organization,” said Tailor’s Culinary Creator Vivek Surti. “Bringing in our friends at Woodland Wine is just the icing on the cake to continue to give our guests an over-the-top memorable experience, and we can’t wait to showcase what they’ve selected to pair with the brand-new fall menu.”

A sampling of dishes on Tailor’s fall menu include:

  • Popping Corn, Ghee, Dried Red Chilies, Salt
  • Green Beans, Coconut Milk, Apple, Ginger, Lime
  • Sev Bataka, Potato, Sweet and Sour Garlic Broth, Sev
  • Delicata Squash Sambhar, Indian Gourd, Pumpkin Seeds, Limdi
  • Virginia Flounder, Kadhi, Chickpea Dumplings, Crispy Chickpea, Cumin Seed
  • Farm Raised Fall Lamb, Fall Cabbages, Mint
  • Basmati Rice, Browned Onions, Saffron Pistachio
  • Chess Pie, Pumpkin, Cardamom, Turmeric Milk
  • Caramel Popping Corn with Homemade Chai, Chocolate, Fennel Seed, Sea Salt

To purchase tickets for Tailor’s Nashville Food Project pop-up dinners, visit www.tailornashville.com, and be sure to follow the restaurant’s Instagram and Facebook pages for the latest information on more upcoming pop-up dinners and progress of their new space in the Taylor Place development. To add-on the Woodland Wine Merchant wine pairing package, visit www.woodlandwinemerchant.com.


About Tailor Nashville

Tailor Nashville offers a simple, timeless dining experience that emulates an intimate dinner party in the way it fills both the bodies and souls of its guests. The South Asian American restaurant that has appeared on Bon Appetit’s Hot 10 list of America’s best new restaurants, as well as Thrillist’s list of 12 Best New Restaurants in America. Culinary Creator Vivek Surti, a James Beard Foundation 2020 semifinalist for Best Chef in the Southeast, honors his heritage through the South Asian American cuisine that is representative of Surti being a first generation American of Indian descent. At Tailor Nashville, guests are welcomed and enjoy eight to ten dishes that are explained by the chefs with high touch service. Reservations for the dinner party must be made in advance online at www.TailorNashville.com.

About The Nashville Food Project

The Nashville Food Project (TNFP) brings people together to grow, cook and share nourishing food, with the goals of cultivating community and alleviating hunger in our city. TNFP’s ongoing work includes a Community Meals program, which prepares and shares thousands of scratch-made, nutritious meals in collaboration with community partners, and an urban agriculture program that supports families in growing food for themselves and for market. Learn more at thenashvillefoodproject.org or follow along on Instagram and Facebook at @thenashvillefoodproject.