The third annual "2 Chefs/2 Visions" event hosted by Nashville Pride will be held at Cha Chah from 6-10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9.
Arnold Myint, who owns three of Nashville’s most in-demand eateries (PM, Cha Chah and Suzy Wong’s House of Yum), welcomes Debra Paquette, the former owner of Zola. Paquette, a 16-time winner of "Nashville’s Best Chef," will be opening a new restaurant, Echo, in downtown Nashville’s Encore condominium later this year.
"We are so excited to have Arnold in the kitchen again this year supporting Nashville Pride," says Jack Davis, Past President of Nashville Pride. "While the theme of the night is ‘a fork divided,’ a meal is a great place to start a conversation and our hope is this event will continue to create a sense of community and awareness for Middle Tennessee’s GLBT community. With two appetizers, two entrees and two desserts from two amazing celebrity chefs all for a great cause, it is a night too good to pass up!"
Tickets include 3-course dinner and a champagne cocktail, and can be purchased here. The bar opens at 6 p.m. and seating times vary. All ticket buyers will be contacted prior to the event to confirm seating arrangements.
This event is included in some Core 100 levels. Core 100 membership allows an all-access pass to Nashville Pride’s most popular parties and community-building events. You can join today on the Core 100 web page. Nashville Pride’s mission is to educate and maintain a sense of pride, community, and awareness of, about, and for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people and culture in Middle Tennessee.