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Party Fowl, the popular hot chicken restaurant in the Gulch, has announced plans to expand and open a second location at 2620 Lebanon Pike in the spring of 2018.
The Catfish Po’ Boy at Party Fowl comes with Mississippi farm-raised catfish on a French baguette with tomato, lettuce and pickled.
Residents of Donelson will now be able to enjoy Nashville hot chicken closer to home. Party Fowl, the popular hot chicken restaurant in the Gulch, has announced plans to expand and open a second location at 2620 Lebanon Pike in the spring of 2018.
Party Fowl is excited to share that we have been nominated in three different categories for The Tennessean’s annual Middle Tennessee Toast Readers’ Choice Awards 2017! Vote Today!
Brunch for two with this 55oz Nashville hot bloody mary topped with two whole fried cornish game hens & more.
“When the weather heats up, guests look to frozen drinks to cool down. Consumers today are more knowledgeable about spirits and cocktails and they’re more adventurous and willing to try new beverages. So some bar and restaurant operators are going beyond the standard frozen Margaritas and Mudslide.”
If you’re looking for a way to spice up your celebrations, you may just be in luck thanks to a new partnership between local drink mixer manufacturer Walker Feed Co. and Gulch-area hot chicken restaurant Party Fowl.
In Nashville, Party Fowl’s Riunite Rita is an Olmeca Altos reposado margarita, topped with a bottle of Riunite Lambrusco. Find more frozen wine on USATODAY.com
Watch Austin Smith, owner of Nashville’s Party Fowl make a batch of Bloody Mary’s during Today in Nashville.