Historic Lebanon announces its second annual Farm to Table Dinner, Sunday October 1st, featuring Chef Trey Cioccia, of The Farmhouse Restaurant & Bar in Nashville. The dinner will take place at Wedge Oak Farm in Lebanon, TN, same location but a different set-up on the farm for this year’s event. A social hour will began at 5:00 featuring Jug Creek Distillery and Yazoo Brewing Company. Seating for dinner at 6:00 will follow. The fall themed menu will include Wedge Oak Hog, Roasted chicken, October beans & onions, roasted heirloom pumpkin, seasonal vegetables, Sourdough farm bread, dessert and water, tea, & wine. The meal will be prepared on-site by Trey and his crew and served family style with an upscale, rustic flair.
Seating is limited to 125 guests and requires advanced purchase. For more information and reservations visit www.historiclebanon.com
Chef Trey Cioccia is a successful Nashville chef with a deep connection to food, land and farming. He is a native of Mt. Juliet with a love and passion for cooking and sources his ingredients from his own farm and other local producers. Trey’s newest concept is the Black Rabbit, 218 Third Ave, N. near Printers Alley in Nashville. Trey envisions his second space will harken back to the jazz lounges that made Printers Alley famous. The menu at his new venture will feature creative cocktails, small plates of canapes, breads, “soppins” and more. . Historic Lebanon is proud to have a chef of Trey’s stature affiliated with our event. Read more at http://thefarmhousetn.com/meet-the-chef/.
Wedge Oak Farm is a Wilson County Century Farm, their motto is “We raise food you can feel good about eating! “ Wedge Oak raises various breeds of laying hens, meat broilers, turkeys, guineas, meat and laying ducks. Hog breeds include Poland Chinas, Yorkshires and the only Tennessee raised Mangalitsas. From their prized Mangalitsa charcuterie hogs they create a specialty sausage line made right here in Tennessee. All animals are raised on the farm and processed as close to home as possible. For more information about the farm and directions visit http://www.wedgeoakfarm.com/.
Historic Lebanon is excited to partner with Yazoo Brewing Company for the Farm to Table dinner. They are highlighting fall beers including Yazoo Fall Lager and Yazoo Pilsner to pair with the meal. For more information about Yazoo and their fall beers, visit http://yazoobrew.com/beer/.
Wilson County’s own Jug Creek Distillery is also onboard to pour two specialty cocktails during social hour: a Milky Way Martini and a Wilco Sour, featuring Jug Creek products, Wilson County Whiskey and Wicked Chocolate Cranberry Oaked. They will also have a special pour to compliment the dinner. Jug Creek Distillery is embodying the true definition of craft with all of its distilling, bottling, and proofing being done by hand and local grains are used to provide the unique flavor of each spirit produced, when possible. Jug Creek Distillery has one common goal; to provide the consumer with the best distilled spirit that has ever crossed their lips. More about Jug Creek Distillery: https://www.jugcreekdistillery.com
Proceeds from this event will benefit Historic Lebanon’s programs and mission and we are honored to have The Jewelers; Wilson Bank & Trust, PFP,LLC, Gallaher Eye Care, and M&M Events as well as the above mentioned partners as event sponsors.