Starting on Veteran’s Day, Saturday, November 11, Party Fowl is once again partnering with Working Dogs for Vets this holiday season to raise funds and collect supplies for the local charity that trains rescue dogs to become service animals for vets.
Party Fowl was featured on Delish.com in the “What the Food” online video series. The Delish.com host, Lindsay Funston, participated in the production process of the Nashville Hot Bloody Mary Mix with Kristin from Walker’s, then stopped by Party Fowl to sample the Brunch for Two.
If you’ve ever gone to the store, butcher shop, market, or farm stand to buy chicken, you might have been intimidated by the offerings at least once or twice. It can be hard to decide what to buy, and from where. If you’re in need of a little bit of chicken buying advice, read on as experts break it all down.
Watch Party Fowl Chef, Bart Pickens make Jack Daniels Lacquered Lollipops on Today in Nashville.
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Nashville Guru names Party Fowl as one of the best places in Nashville for hot chicken.
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.