KNOXVILLE, TN – On Saturday, August 5, 2017, the Mabry-Hazen House will cordially invite twenty guests into the historic home for an evening of eating, drinking, and learning. Partnering with Heartfire Culinary and Craft Accommodations, the Mabry-Hazen House will exhibit the tastes, ingredients, and culinary history of 1920s America. The dinner will immerse guests in the period as each course and beverage was inspired by culinary experiences typical of the 1920s.
Guests will dine in the historic dining room and parlor and enjoy a seven-course dinner prepared local chefs Amber Lloyd (former executive chef at The Orangery, RT Lodge, and Bistro by the Tracks) and Chris Cantrell of Heartfire Culinary as well as cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages mixed by mixologist Palmer Mason of Craft Accommodations. Before the dinner, Patrick Hollis of the Mabry-Hazen House will guide diners through the fascinating and nuanced culinary histories of the Hazens, Knoxvillians, and Americans during the “Roaring” Twenties.
Tickets are $180 per person. All proceeds benefit the Hazen Historical Museum Foundation. Tickets may be purchased in advance by visiting www.mabryhazen.com or call 865-522-8661 for more information. Event takes place rain or shine. Seating is limited and tickets are non-refundable.
Built in 1858, Mabry-Hazen House is strategically located on the highest hill east of downtown Knoxville with spacious views in all directions. The home was occupied and defended by both armies during the Civil War. It housed three generations of the same family for 130 years, and the museum showcases one of the largest original family collections in America. Your attendance will help support the museum’s mission to preserve and educate the public about an important part of East Tennessee history.
Please call 865-522- 8661 or visit www.mabryhazen.com for more information.