Crushing on Nashville Ethnic Food Tour: Nations in Our Neighborhood

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This is part of our Crushing on Nashville series, a self-guided food tour you will want to be a part of.

We are so excited to share this news with you about a Nashville Global Food Tour and an opportunity to try over 18 ethnic restaurants in the Nashville area.

Get Your Passport to Nations in our Neighborhood

 What Does Your $39.95 Passport Get You?

1. Chef’s Complementary Plate at each restaurant. You will be given a chef’s specially designed sampler plate at 18 participating ethnic restaurants in the Nashville area.  These are the chef’s complimentary plates.

Nations in the Neighborhood

2. A prix fix dinner for a low price of $21.95. You will be able to purchase a specially prepared prix fixe dinner at each restaurant, featured on specific weeks, (see below for dates)  at a very low price of $21.95. Many are three course meals.

These are the Delicious Participating Restaurants for Nations in Our Neighborhood

The Prix Fixe dinners cost $21.95, will be available during these dates. The meals are exclusive to passport holders, but please call ahead so they can be prepared.

June 8-14: Ken’s Sushi, 1108 Murfreesboro Pike

June 15-21  Chateau West 

June 22-28  House of Kabob 

July 1 -5  Tansuo 

July 8-12 Chahan Ale & Masala House

July 13 – 19 Miss Saigon

July 20-26 Lucky Bamboo

July 27-Aug 2 – Anatolia

Aug 3-9 Salsa

Aug 10-16 The Pub

Aug 17-23 Mason’s at Loew’s Vanderbilt Plaza

Aug 24 -30 McNamara’s Irish Pub Restaurant 

Aug 31 -Sept 6 Jamaica Way 1812 Hayes Street

Sept 7-13 Texas de Brazil 

Sept 14-20 Gojo Ethiopian Cafe

Sept 21-27  Taj Indian Restaurant

Sept 28 – Oct 4 Bavarian Bierhaus

3. One DELIVERED Ethnic Meal (valued at $34.99) from Gigamunch. 

4.  Exclusive Party Invitation to Kick off and Finish 

Join us at these fun parties. The kick off is Friday, June 1 at Plaza Mariachi. Meet us there.The Closing Celebration is at the Bavarian Bierhaus on October 4.

How Did Passports to the Nations Get Started?

Nashville is now recognized as an international city with so many people visiting and moving here from around the globe. Food is often that first bridge that brings us into friendship and helps us expand our community, stamp out racism and bigotry.

First generation, Renuka Christoph, born to Indian immigrants, had a dream to create a cross cultural experience through ethnic dining in the city of Nashville.  You may not realize that American people made fun of Italian food when immigrants first started selling it, and you know how that story ended.

Food helps us get to KNOW each other, and I learned this quote in high school. “To know is to love is to serve.”

Andrea (NashvilleMade) and I are excited to get the word out and try all the dishes. Renuka  (far right)  can be found on Instagram at Nationsinourneighborhood.

Nations in the Neighborhood

How Much Are the Passports to Nations in the Neighborhood?

Each Passport is $39.95

 You can also purchase tickets here. 

Follow along as we eat our way through Nations in our Neighborhood on Instagram on SpinachTiger and Instagram on NashvilleFoodBuzz but we want to follow you, too, so get your passport.

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A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coaltion.


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