“Is it a restaurant, a wine bar or a music venue? Yes.
Almost three years after opening the doors to the cavernous restaurant and performance hall, City Winery continues to evolve as the neighborhood grows up around it. Formerly isolated, before the big new roundabout slingshot conventioneers from the Music City Center toward the restaurant, and the Westin invited hundreds of guests to stay within a couple of blocks of the venue, City Winery has begun to become a fixture among visitors and locals as well.”
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City Winery Nashville is proud to be the 2017 recipient ofTripExpert‘s Experts’ Choice Award!
Less than 2% of all restaurants worldwide receive this award. The Award recognizes the best restaurants around the world based on reviews by journalists and professional travel writers. With recommendations from sources like Zagat and On the Grid, City Winery is currently one of the top ranking restaurants in Nashville on TripExpert.com. TripExpert’s unique rating approach takes into account expert reviews from travel guides, magazines, newspapers and other respected sources.
TripExpert, based in New York City, rates hotels, restaurants and points of interest based on professional reviews. It features over one million reviews from leading travel media. TripExpert provides an alternative to crowdsourced review sites.
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Starting today and running through September, all City Winery locations are pitching in 50% of the proceeds from every order of risotto balls to benefit All Hands Volunteers.
All Hands Volunteers is a volunteer/powered disaster relief organization dedicated to Rebuilding Hope for people impacted by natural disasters all over the world.Hurricane Harvey remains one of the most devastating hurricanes in recent memory, rendering millions of people without food, shelter, and clean water. Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful storms ever recorded. “Hungry for Hurricane Relief” provides an additional avenue to raise money and provide support for those affected.
“If you dine with us, know that there’s a way to give to hurricane victims,” said City Winery CEO Michael Dorf. “Even if not through us, please give what you can to charities like All Hands Volunteers, who help all of those affected.”
To donate directly to All Hands Volunteers, click HERE