On November 1st, we will host a 5-course beer pairing dinner benefiting ChattaNeuter.  Chattanooga’s nonprofit spay/neuter clinic working to end pet homelessness in the greater Chattanooga area and create a more humane community.

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The Chattanooga Symphony and Opera’s supper club is coming to FEED on November 2nd. Inspired by the upcoming concert featuring Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, the dinner will take you on a culinary journey through the seasons. The evening will feature a 4-course dinner complete with wine pairings.

For more information, please visit the Facebook event page.

We will host a special Harvest Dinner for The Land Trust of Tennessee on Thursday, November 9th. Founded in 1999, they are driven to protect public and private land to benefit all Tennesseans now and for generations to come. They work with communities and landowners to ensure you and your family have places to bike, hike, fish, farm, play and breathe deeply… forever.

Purchase tickets here.

We are proud to support Homegrown By Heroes and local veteran, farmer Mike Reynolds by serving local beef November 11th and 12th at FEED Co. Table & Tavern, Tremont Tavern and 1885 Grill.

After sustaining a traumatic brain injury as a flight paramedic, Master Sargent Mike Reynolds went from protecting the nation to feeding it. With the help of local beef producer, Eddie Brannon, the wounded combat veteran found a new passion and purpose in farming. Joining with the National Farmer Veteran Coalition, Mike made industry connections and learned to farm.

Now on his 82- acre North Georgia farm, Mike is proudly suppling the area with freezer beef through the Home Grown by Heroes label, which differentiates farmer-veteran products.

Coming off his win at the Springer Mountain Farm Southern Wing Showdown, Chef Charlie Loomis is headed to Orange Beach, Alabama for the World Food Championships. This is the largest competition in the culinary industry, with chefs from almost all 50 states gathering together to battle for the crown in 10 unique categories.

On Wednesday, November 15th we will host a special luncheon for the staff of East Ridge Elementary School. We are proud to also sponsor their new signage in the front of the building.

For the second year, we are honored to present Three Blind Wines benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation on Friday, November 17th. Now in its 9th year, the event offers participants the opportunity to sip, savor and swirl for the cause. After the event, we will host The Top Off: The Three Blind Wines After Party. Everyone will enjoy drink specials and live music from Slim Pickins.

The party won’t stop on Black Friday as we host the Toneharm party on Friday, November 24th.