Honey Dinner | 2020 Tennessee Honey Festival


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Honey Dinner | 2020 Tennessee Honey Festival


World-renowned Nashville restaurant, Henrietta Red, will be the featured venue location for the first annual Tennessee Honey Festival Honey Dinner. Acclaimed Chef & Restaurateur, Julia Sullivan, will be the featured celebrity chef for the 2020 Tennessee Honey Festival Honey Dinner.

This exclusive, private honey dinner will take place on Saturday, September 26th, 2020 at (7pm). Enjoy a unique honey-themed dining experience, featuring a station/grazing honey-themed dinner cuisine and premier honey-themed cocktail drinks. Acoustic live music performances from featured artists to be announced.

This is a private honey-themed dinner with a limited amount of space. Only a certain amount of tickets are available for this exclusive event. All proceeds will be benefitting the Tennessee honey bees and beekeeping education.

*Purchaser’s name (+ guests if applicable) will be listed on the guest-list at the door on the night of the Honey Dinner event on September 26th at Henrietta Red. In the ‘notes’ section, during purchasing of tickets, please list the names of attendees. **Also, please let us know in the ‘notes’ section if there are any food allergies to be made aware of so that we can accommodate accordingly for our guests. 🙂 Thank you.

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Honey Dinner | 2020 Tennessee Honey Festival


About The Venue – Henrietta Red | Honey Dinner

Honey Dinner Venue, Henrietta Red, is an American restaurant offering seasonal contemporary cooking and an oyster bar nestled in a bustling stretch of Germantown. The dream of Nashville-native chef Julia Sullivan and her business partner, general manager and sommelier, Allie Poindexter, Henrietta Red boasts a convivial barroom offering a variety of natural wines, craft cocktails, and daily happy hour specials.  The bar also offers a menu of shareable plates and the full raw bar selection.

The restaurant at Henrietta Red focuses on simple, fresh ingredients. A wood burning oven, wide variety of oysters and shellfish, as well as crudos and many vegetable-forward dishes, drive the menu.


About The Chef – Julia Sullivan | Honey Dinner

Honey Dinner Chef | Chef Sullivan attended the Culinary Institute of America in New York, which led her to work at acclaimed restaurants including Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Per Se, Franny’s, and Haven’s Kitchen, where she first met Poindexter. With a long history in the culinary world, Poindexter has studied and written about food, worked in hospitality, and gained the sommelier title.

Together, Sullivan and Poindexter have created Henrietta Red, named in honor of Julia’s grandparents and embodying their Carolina low-country hospitality. With them in mind, we welcome you to Henrietta Red.


*This is a private dinner with a limited amount of space. Please contact for questions, inquiries, or more information on this exclusive event. Get your tickets while they’re still available!



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