“Over the past few years, the Nashville food culture has taken center stage. Countless national publications are looking to Music City for what’s hot (have you tasted our chicken?), and that means we’re reaping all the benefits. Our friendly city literally steps up to the plate and can even get semi-competitive when it comes to
Sinema, Party Fowl and City Fire are three great excuses to dine out this weekend. – See more at: http://nashvillelifestyles.com/restaurants/three-new-nashville-brunches
“New hot chicken spot Party Fowl is pretty awesome. Not only does it have a frat-tastic punny name, but they serve chicken all day–even for breakfast. Now this alone is not that unique in Nashville, as the hot chicken craze has led to poultry breakfast plates at all of Nashville’s hippest joints. But Party Fowl
“Hot chicken, local brews, and live music — that’s what Party Fowl is all about. This cleverly-named bar and restaurant is the newest addition in the Gulch near Jackalope Brewery and across the street from Flyte. Their first day open to the public was Sunday, September 28th.” Click here for the full article on Nashville Guru.
Come celebrate the Grand Opening of the new ‘Nashville Hot’ restaurant, Party Fowl with music from the legendary John Anderson (Straight Tequila Night and Seminole Wind) ,special guest the Chris Weaver Band and Party Fowl’s own Grant Fisher of ‘Shakin’ the Shack’. The event will take place on Saturday October 18th and a percentage of
“For many of us who left our thoroughly northern roots in pursuit of the warm southern ways of Middle Tennessee, terms like “meat and three” and “hot chicken” are not inherently found in our vocabulary. If you try offering any of my family members (largely from the New York City/Long Island area) a meat and
What a great new “hot chicken & ‘more’” spot! “Owners Nick Jacobson (360 Bistro) and Austin Smith’s new concept will combine an amazing menu with live music and local brews and cocktails. The renovations are complete and the 145 seat brick red building will open daily for lunch and dinner with brunch offered Saturday and
“Today we bring you the latest hot chicken restaurant to join the Nashville community. Party Fowl over in The Gulch serves up a mean hot chicken plate in one awesome atmosphere. We know what’s on your mind. How hot? Well, that’s up to you.” Click here for the full article on 365Nashville.com.
“Party Fowl, the casual bar/restaurant project from co-owners Austin Smith and Nick Jacobson swung open the coop doors this past Sunday for a soft opening which turned pretty hard pretty quickly. According to Smith, the restaurant doubled their anticipated revenue target and has spent the time since quickly staffing up for the influx of hot-chicken
“Nick Jacobson (360 Bistro) and Austin Smith are the founders of Party Fowl. As the menu states, you can expect to “enjoy a mouthful of the South.” The cuisine focuses primarily on hot and Southern fried chicken, hence the inclusion of “fowl” in the name. If you like Southern-inspired chicken dishes, this is going to