Summer Harvest Dinner

 Come celebrate summer with four of your favorite local chefs at Riverwood Mansion for an evening of cocktails, cuisine, and charity!

Summer Harvest Dinner is the first event in the The Farm House guest chef series at Riverwood Mansion curated by Chef Trey Cioccia.  On Friday, June 26th, celebrated Nashville chefs Hal M. Holden-Bache of Lockeland Table, Todd Alan Martin of The Treehouse, Debbie Sutton of 8 Lavender Lane will join Chef Trey Cioccia of The Farmhouse to collaborate on a special four course dinner menu.

Proceeds will benefit two great non-profit causes  On Target 4 Veterans and The American Liver Foundation.

The evening will begin with an outdoor garden cocktail hour near our new culinary garden, where Chef Trey Cioccia has planted heirloom vegetables to be used at his restaurant. 

Guests will then be seated for dinner where each chef will take on a course.

Four Chefs - Four Courses - Drinks included 

 $85

seating is limited for this event



A special thanks to our sponsors for making this culinary event possible.

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On Target 4 Veterans proceeds from the Summer Harvest Dinner will be used  in their mission to provide funds, support, and mentoring to disabled veterans through adaptive sports, recreational therapy, and health and wellness.

On Target 4 Veterans proceeds from the Summer Harvest Dinner will be used  in their mission to provide funds, support, and mentorinto disabled veterans through adaptive sports, recreational therapy, and health and wellness.

The American Liver Foundation proceeds from the Summer Harvest Dinner will be used to support medical needs for the transplant community in Tennessee including education and outreach into the minority and underserved community, as well as the education of high school students on the prevention and treatment of liver disease and to fund research in academic medical centers in Tennessee.

The American Liver Foundation proceeds from the Summer Harvest Dinner will be used to support medical needs for the transplant community in Tennessee including education and outreach into the minority and underserved community, as well as the education of high school students on the prevention and treatment of liver disease and to fund research in academic medical centers in Tennessee.