Friday, July 18, 2014

Night Market Returns Tonight With Slo-nuts, Shrimp and Sips

Posted By on Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 6:36 AM

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Night Market at the Nashville Farmers’ Market returns this evening with a lineup of special programs, events, and promotions. Many of the restaurants in the Market House — including recent addition Sloco, which will have their “Slo-nuts” (doughnuts) for sale — will be open starting at 5 p.m. It’s a great opportunity for folks who don’t get to visit the market during weekday hours to take advantage of all it has to offer.

In addition to the Market House restaurants, Helen’s Hot Chicken will be in the Grow Local Kitchen, Sehrt Seafood will have a shrimp boil, and Smoke Et Al, Riffs, Bao Down and Music City Pie Company food trucks will be lined up to serve. For those 21 and older, Tennessee Brew Works will debut its seasonal farmhouse ale made with Delvin Farms beets, Arrington Vineyards will be pouring wine for sale, and D&D Events will feature a special cocktail, the “Red, White, and Blue,” that includes blueberries and watermelon. There will also be live music and of course, plenty of fresh produce to buy in the farm sheds as well as a number of crafts, flowers and plants and other items from market vendors.

This evening’s market is also hosting a “Back to School Supply Drive” in association with Nashville’s PENCIL Foundation. The most-requested items include for donation include backpacks, crayons, tissues, notebook paper, pencils and pens. So be sure to bring in a few supplies and help some kids out.

Night Market at the Nashville Farmers' Market
Friday, July 18, at 5 p.m.
900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.

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