Homestead Manor

Homestead Manor decorated for Christmas.

Harvest at Homestead Manor is ringing in the new year on Saturday, Dec. 31 with a four course, farm to fork meal curated special for the holiday.

For $80 per ticket, the fine-dining restaurant is offering diners a chef-inspired menu that includes shared appetizers, soup or salad, an array of main dish options and dessert.

Guests will begin their meal with a choice between an endive spear with avocado, lobster and grapefruit, and chicken liver toast with shallot jam, in addition to soup or salad options ranging from lobster bisque to apples, spicy pecans, blue cheese and champagne vinaigrette over fresh greens.

Entree choices include seared scallops over a potato pancake with caviar sauce, filet mignon with wild mushrooms and rosemary garlic mashed potatoes, and pomegranate orange chicken with roasted root vegetables and Gruyere garlic roasted mashed potatoes. To finish off the dining experience, guests will be served a special-made dessert featuring chocolate and caramel flavor profiles.

New Year’s Eve reservations are encouraged, and can be made through Homestead Manor’s website at www.homesteadmanor.com or by calling (615) 538-6113.

Harvest at Homestead Manor is located at 4683 Columbia Pike in Thompson’s Station. For more information on the restaurant, visit www.homesteadmanor.com.

WHO: Harvest at Homestead Manor

WHAT: New Year’s Eve Dinner

WHERE: Homestead Manor, 4683 Columbia Pike, Thompson’s Station.

WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 31; 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

COST: $80/person

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