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April 5, 7:00 P.M. Dinner: Spring Harvest Dinner Featuring James Beard Award Nominees Josh Habiger and Julia Sullivan Presented by Visit Music City

April 05, 2024 07:00 PM

A Collaborative Dinner from Nashville Hotspots Henrietta Red and Bastion  

25 11th Ave, New York, NY 10011, USA 

Experience an exclusive collaboration between James Beard Award–nominated chefs Julia Sullivan of Henrietta Red and Josh Habiger of Bastion. This memorable dinner will showcase Island Creek Oysters and Bear Creek Farm beef, highlighting the chefs' commitment to sustainable aquaculture and local farming. Join us for a unique evening that combines the talents of these acclaimed chefs, offering guests a taste of their exceptional culinary creations and reflecting the evolution of Nashville’s burgeoning dining scene.  

Dining Table $170 | Internal Chefs Counter $185 | External Chefs Counter $150  

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Hors d’Oeuvre 

Gougères with Dill Crème Fraîche and Ossetra Caviar  

Contains dairy and gluten 

Little Honey Oyster with Champagne Granita 

Contains shellfish 

Raw Bay Scallop with Strawberry and Arugula 

Contains shellfish 

Chicken Liver Mousse with Sherry and Thyme 

Contains gluten 

Third Man Whiskey with Campari, Grapefruit, and Lemon 


Hamachi Crudo with Green Goddess Sauce, Fennel, and Cara Cara Orange 

Contains alliums and dairy 

Chalmers Vermentino 2021

Spring Pea Agnolotti with Ramps, Morels, and Lavender 

Vegetarian; contains alliums, dairy, and gluten 

Minimum Rosé 2022

Wild Striped Bass with Spring Onion, Soubise Sauce, and Pine Nut  

Contains alliums and nuts 

 La Petite Mort VMR 2020 

Bear Creek Farm Beef Two Ways with Potato and Leek 

Contains alliums and dairy 

Murdoch Hill Landau Syrah 2019 

Rhubarb Semifreddo with Quark Cheesecake and Pistachio–Oat Streusel  

Contains dairy and nuts 

Pyren Vineyard Little Ra Ra Petillant #1 2021

Whiskey generously provided by Jack Daniel’s. 

Wines generously donated by Legend Australian Wine Imports. 



About Julia Sullivan:
Julia was born and raised in Nashville and attended Tulane University and the Culinary Institute of America. From there, Julia moved to New York and spent time in the kitchens of Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Per Se, and Franny’s before moving home to open Henrietta Red.
Since opening in 2017, Henrietta Red was named one of America’s 50 Best New Restaurants by Bon Appetit in 2017, one of GQ’s Best New Restaurants in America 2018, and was recognized as a 2018 James Beard Award semifinalist in the Best New Restaurant category. Additionally, Julia was named one of the Best Young Chefs in America by Robb Report, one of the Best New Chefs in 2018 by Food & Wine, and recognized as a 2019 semifinalist and a 2020 nominee in the James Beard Award Best Chef: Southeast category. 

About Chef Josh Habiger:
In 2011, Habiger helped open the Catbird Seat, where his talent was quickly recognized as he was voted Best New Chef by Food & Wine Magazine in 2012. In 2013, Habiger became Strategic Hospitality’s Culinary Director, assisting chefs across all SH properties. During this time, Habiger curated the opening menu at Pinewood Social, which led to recognition by the James Beard Foundation as a semifinalist for Best New Restaurant in 2013. In 2016, Habiger partnered with Strategic Hospitality to open Bastion in the Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood. In 2017, the restaurant was chosen as one of Southern Living Magazine’s Best New Restaurants in the South, one of EATER’s 21 Best New Restaurants in America, and honored as a semifinalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation. In 2018, 2019, and 2020, Habiger was named as a semifinalist for Best Chef: Southeast by the James Beard Foundation, and honored as a nominee in the same category in 2023. Also in 2023, Habiger became partner in Strategic Hospitality alongside co-owners Benjamin and Max Goldberg. Habiger brings with him a depth of culinary talent and experience to the ownership team, a vital asset as Strategic Hospitality continues to grow. 

About The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp and Visit Music City:  
The mission of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp and Visit Music City is to maximize the economic contribution of the convention and tourism industry to the community by developing and marketing Nashville as a premier destination. Visit the NCVC’s website at


Tickets to events held at Platform at Pier 57 by the James Beard Foundation cover the cost of food, education and a unique dining experience. Meals are prepared by culinary masters from all regions of the United States and around the world. Unless otherwise stated, alcoholic beverages are provided on a complimentary basis and are not included in the ticket price.

James Beard Foundation events permit guests age 21 years and older to attend events where alcoholic beverages are served.

Event Policy

Reservation Policy:

All reservations are non-refundable and must be made in advance. Should the event be cancelled due to any unforeseen circumstances, including COVID-19, JBF will offer a range of options, including ticket exchanges, the option to donate tickets, or a full refund. For more information, contact

Alcohol Disclaimer:

James Beard Foundation events permit guests age 21 years and older to attend events where alcoholic beverages are served. 

Dietary/Food Restrictions Policy:

Events at Platform by JBF are special one-night-only menus and we do not offer a la carte menus. If you have serious food allergies, we will work with the visiting chef team to do our best to accommodate but cannot guarantee that alternate options will be available for every course.

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