Nashville is known for its food scene almost as much as its music scene and next month, you can get a taste of both. Iron Fork 2020 is coming up this spring and it's going to have endless amounts of mouth-watering food at one of the most iconic spots in the city. You'll get to be a true taste-tester, enjoying bottomless food and booze.
Iron Fork is a yearly event hosted by Nashville Scene that takes place at the Musicians Hall of Fame. The 13th annual food frenzy is not to be missed because you can eat food from some of the best local chefs around and there's literally no limit.
The 21 and up party on March 19 will bring together cream-of-the-crop local chefs in a competition for the "Iron Fork" trophy plus a spot in the 2021 World Food Championships. Needless to say, these culinary artists will bring their A game so you know you're going to be eating the best of the best.
Any food fest worth going to comes with free-flowing booze and you definitely won't miss out at this one. The sky is the limit with all-you-can-drink complimentary cocktails, wine and beer (because it's okay to be greedy sometimes).
You'll get to feast on samples from Daddy's Dogs, Makeready, Nomzilla!, Zulema's and more.
Iron Fork stands out from many of its counterparts because you'll actually get to witness the competition heat up as the cooks fight for the top spot.
It's also set apart from the rest because it's actually reasonably priced. Several unlimited food/booze fests can cost updwards of $200. This one is only $40.
Your ticket gets you endless amounts of bites and booze so you can eat and drink 'til you drop. You have from now until February 13 to snag this early bird deal before prices go up to $45.
Fill your bellies to the brim and don't forget to snap a pic with the iconic Rolling Stones "tongue" statue outside the Hall of Fame.
Iron Fork 2020
Address: 401 Gay St., Nashville, TN
Why You Need To Go: Get the biggest bang for your buck with unlimited eats and adult drinks at this massive food competition in Music City.