Knoxville, TN— The 2nd Knoxville Noodle Bowl Festival will be held on September 14. The Chefs Collaborative event is a family-friendly, casual picnic-style community event to raise funds to send young chefs to educational programming throughout the United States.
The Knoxville Noodle Bowl Festival will be held from 6:00PM to 8:30PM at the Blue Slip Winery in the Historic Southern Railway Station at 300 W Depot Avenue. Single Admission tickets are $30. Family tickets are $60, and include entry for two adults and children under 15. Entry includes unlimited bowls, beer tasting and non-alcoholic beverages.
Attendees will be entertained by live music while sampling unique Asian-style noodle bowls created by local area chefs: Byron & Kiki Sambat, Savory and Sweet; Jesse Newmister, Kaizen; Knox Mason; Ashley and Dan "Bull" Crowder, Bull's BBQ; Jon Gatlin, Oliver Royal; Carol Scott, Blue Slip Winery.
Included in the ticket for those 21+ is a line-up of craft beers from local brewers Alliance Brewing Company, Blackhorse Pub & Brewery, Crafty Bastard, Last Days of Autumn, Pretentious Beer and Glassware Company, and Casual Pint Fountain City. Blue Slip wine will be available for additional purchase.
Stay up-to-date with the Knoxville Noodle Bowl Festival on the Chefs Collaborative Knoxville Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ChefsCollaborativeKnoxville.
About Chefs Collaborative
Chefs Collaborative is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit that relies on Individual Donor, Member, and Partner support to inspire, educate, and amplify the voices of chefs and food professionals who care about sourcing, cooking, and serving better food to change the way America eats and create a better food system.