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Tayst Restaurant in Nashville holds a “Veganstravaganza.”

Tayst Restaurant and Wine Bar in Nashville, Tenn. will be holding a fully vegan night on September 29 called VEGANSTRAVAGANZA. Jeremy Barlow, the owner and chef of Trayst, Nashville’s only certified green restaurant, says that his wife is vegan, and he has long planned to hold a vegan event. “I want Nashville vegans – Nashvegans, if you will – to know that I have worked really hard to create a dinner that they will feel good about eating, and also one that will be delicious,” Barlow said. The set menu, which includes five courses with wine pairings, is priced at $45.

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