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Sycamore’s summer farm dinner on Sunday, June 8th features seasonal fare from four Nashville chefs
Sycamore Nashville, a pop-up concept created by husband-and-wife team Tony and Caroline Galzin, will host a summer beer dinner to raise funds for the Hands On Nashville Urban Farm. The four-course dinner will highlight seasonal produce from the Farm. The evening will be a collaborative effort, with appetizer from Tony Galzin, a pasta course from Tom Lazzaro of Lazzaroli Pasta, a wood-fired entrée from Jim Garvin of Crankees Pizza, and dessert by pastry chef Audra Dykes.
TICKETS: $50 each and include dinner and beer pairings. Tickets may be purchased at the event, or in advance here. Space is limited.
In partnership with Mayor Karl Dean’s Office and the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, Hands On Nashville’s Urban Farm engages volunteers – primarily young people – in service and learning. This dinner will support Hands On Nashville’s youth summer camp program at the Farm, which teaches Davidson county children about nutrition, sustainability, and healthy food choices.
This will be Sycamore’s fifth fundraiser for the Hands On Nashville Urban Farm.
Hands On Nashville is grateful for Tony and Caroline’s dedicated support of our work to engage young people in learning about healthy eating choices, leadership development, and FUN at the Hands On Nashville Urban Farm.
ABOUT SYCAMORE: Sycamore is a project from husband and wife team Tony and Caroline Galzin, both formerly of Chicago. Tony and Caroline have been hosting pop up events under the name Sycamore for the past year in Nashville at Fido, The Catbird Seat, Flyte, The Jackalope Tap Room, The Southern Artisan Cheese Festival and Outstanding in the Field. They are currently working on a new concept that will open in Nashville in 2014.