Aside from hanging out in the many several historic districts and checking out local distilleries, MANkind recommends you “Eat some food” as a must do in Nashville.
This article includes a list of the top three Southern cities for epic bachelorette parties. Nashville is included in the list, and Party Fowl is mentioned as a place to go for the city’s legendary hot chicken.
Party Fowl was included in an online article on Flavor & The Menu and features 12 different ways to satisfy diners’ appetite for heat. Party Fowl is included at number six, under the category ‘Nashville Hot.’ The article specifically highlights the Brunch for Two and the Hot Chicken & Stuffed French Toast.
Party Fowl was included in an article on Prepared Foods. The article, titled “2017 Restaurant Menu Trends” identifies eight trends driving food service menus. Party Fowl is included under the “Next-Level Nacho” trend.
“Whether you’re closing out the evening with a fancy nightcap or just getting the party started with a boozy bushwhacker, wet your whistle with one of our favorite cocktails around town. Our go-to guide is organized by liquor of choice.”
Breaking Bass is a series that follows fishermen Oliver and Carnell as they travel across the country in search of the biggest bass. The first episode features Oliver and Carnell eating Poultrygeist chicken a Party Fowl! (near the end of the clip) Catch the first episode by clicking here.
“This summer we went up to Nashville a couple of times for sporting events. Nashville is our favorite weekend getaway spot. It isn’t a far drive and there are SO many great places to eat! I made sure that we tried some new places on each trip. The first new place we tried was Party Fowl Hot Chicken.”
“During the Music City episode of Fluffy’s Food Adventures, John Rich and “Big Kenny” Alphin teach Iglesias about the Nashville staple that is hot chicken. Turns out, their favorite comes from Party Fowl — and they like to wash it down with a little moonshine.”
Nominations are now open for the Nashville Scene’s “Best of Nashville” awards, covering everything from the best places to eat and drink in the city to the best in art and culture.
Party Fowl Executive Chef Bart Pickens brings his 33 years of culinary experience to Nashville’s newest hot chicken concept where he has introduced Music City to a level of heat known as “poultrygeist.” He helped create the menu back in 2014 and has been evolving its options ever since.