Restaurant teams up with Nashville-based Walker Feed Co. to produce the first-ever Bloody Mary mix blended with Nashville Hot Chicken spices
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The team behind Party Fowl, a booming Nashville hot chicken restaurant that recently announced a second location to open in 2018, has released its new Party Fowl Nashville Hot Bloody Mary Mix.
Partnering with Music City-based cocktail mixer brand, Walker Feed Co., Party Fowl has created the market’s first Nashville Hot Bloody Mary mix.
Walker’s Southern Bloody Mary Mix has been the restaurant’s house Bloody Mary mix since opening day.
The mix offers the perfect balance of flavor guaranteed to satisfy any spicy Bloody Mary aficionado. Party Fowl executive chef Bart Pickens lends his Nashville Hot Chicken spice blend to Walker’s Southern Bloody Mary, which features bourbon barrel-aged Worcestershire, blackstrap molasses and creole mustard.
The mix is available in 750 ML bottles to purchase for $9.99 at the 8th Avenue restaurant, with plans to expand retail distribution through Athens Distributing Company. The mix can also be purchased through the Walker Feed Co. online shop starting the first of June.
The restaurant plans to incorporate the mix into its nationally-praised brunch menu, using it for regular Bloody Marys as well as the Brunch for Two, a whimsical 55-ounce Bloody Mary topped with two Nashville Hot Cornish game hens, avocado, okra, Scotch eggs and more.
For more information and news about Party Fowl, visit www.partyfowlnashville.com.
About Party Fowl
Opened in the Gulch in 2014, Party Fowl specializes in hot chicken and cold drinks, and offers diners a one-of-a-kind experience in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee. The menu, created by executive chef Bart Pickens, includes a number of hot chicken dishes with heat levels ranging from mild to “Poultrygeist,” as well as creative spins on the classics. Party Fowl offers more than 20 local beers on draft, and is home to a craft cocktail program featuring signature frozen cocktails. With wall-to-wall large-screen TVs and a stage for live music performances, entertainment abounds at the hot chicken restaurant. Owners Austin Smith and Nick Jacobson opened the restaurant with the hopes of bringing together the best of Nashville under one roof by combining great food, great drinks and great music. Visit the website for additional information or follow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.