Tailor Nashville, the South Asian American family-style restaurant from chef Vivek Surti, will host a two-weekend pop-up series at The Nashville Food Project in September. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Food Project’s community programs, and tickets are available online at tailornashville.com.
“We are such big fans of the work of The Nashville Food Project, so we jumped at the chance to collaborate in a way that could give back to the community we love,” Surti said. “My business partner Heather Southerland and I can’t wait for our guests to come experience our home away from home during this pop-up dinner series.”
The pop-up events run September 11-12 and September 18-19. Saturday seatings are at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Sunday seatings are at 7 p.m.
Tailor closed its location in Germantown in August and will move to a new home in Germantown’s Taylor Street Development in early 2022. While the restaurant’s permanent home is being prepared, it will host a series of pop-up events throughout the fall.
Tailor Nashville pop-up at The Nashville Food Project
5904 California Ave.; tailornashville.com
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