Popular East Nashville restaurant, Fort Louise, is celebrating their one-year anniversary with two neighborhood house parties on Saturday, July 21st.
Set in a craftsmen-style home in on McGavock Pike, the restaurant will open their doors at 9:30AM to kick start the day with Detox-to-Retox, a one-hour yoga session on the restaurant’s lawn. Tickets are $15 and include a complimentary cocktail following the class.
Later that evening, the Anniversary House Party will kick off at 4:00PM with live music, $1 oyster specials and a BBQ on the restaurant’s front porch. The BBQ menu will feature classic cheeseburgers from Porter Road Butcher, house-made smoked black bean burgers and chicken sandwiches, while the restaurant’s full menu will be available inside.
WHEN: Saturday, July 21st, 2018:
9:30 – 10:30 AM – Detox-to-Retox
4:00 PM – Close – Anniversary House Party
WHERE: Fort Louise, 1304 McGavock Pike, Nashville, TN 37216
Located in the Inglewood neighborhood of East Nashville, Fort Louise is a chef-driven American restaurant that serves lunch, dinner, weekend brunch and creative cocktails. Owned by local entrepreneur Jessica Bower and acclaimed Chicago chef Greg Biggers, the restaurant offers a cozy and intimate environment, set in a converted craftsmen-style house with a charming al fresco back porch.