Join us on Saturday, August 5, 2017 for a truly unique dining experience at Mabry-Hazen House as the museum partners with Heartfire Culinary and Craft Accomodations to exhibit the tastes, ingredients, and culinary history of 1920s Knoxville. Guests will dine in the historic home and enjoy a seven-course meal with appetizers, specialty cocktails, non-alcoholic beverages, and coffee prepared by local chefs Chris Cantrell and Amber Lloyd of Heartfire Culinary and cocktail cater, Palmer Mason, of Craft Accommodations. Inspired by the past and present, each course reflects the culinary experience of the Hazens, Knoxvillians, and Americans in the 1920s. Food historian, Patrick Hollis, will guide diners through the fascinating and nuanced history of grocers, restaurateurs, eaters, ingredients, techniques, dishes, beliefs, and practices of the Roaring '20s.

Doors open at 6:30. Talk begins at 6:50. Dinner is served at 7:15. Seatting is limited to 20 guests.

Join us for this intimate evening at the Hazen House! Purchase tickets at

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