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Factory-to-Table Le Creuset Sale in Nashville |

Factory-to-Table Le Creuset Sale in Nashville

Do you need new pots and pans? Or a gift idea? Or, are you like me and look into your cabinets almost every day to find the skillet you know you need to replace but just haven’t?

Nashville, I’m here to tell you that if there was ever a time to ditch your current cookware, the time is now. How often you should be replacing cookware anyway? During the Le Creuset Factory-to-Table sale, you can ask the chefs yourself.


If you have been looking to revamp or replace your cookware, look no further than this sales event being held at the Music City Center, September 28 to October 1. At this Factory-to-Table event, there will be deals galore with cookware up to 70 percent off retail prices!

Le Creuset always offers a variety of colors in its cookware (like orange, blue, and teal),  but at this VIP hospitality event, there will be LC products from around the world, including colors and shapes rarely seen in the American marketplace.

You have to get a ticket to attend. The best day to go is Thursday, September 28, during the VIP Preview Shopping Event with recipe demonstrations by four celebrated Nashville chefs, sips for the shoppers, live music, and of course, early access to the sales. Thursday is from 4 to 9 p.m. with a shopping session of 2 hours for a $25 ticket.

Chef Jason Zygmont (The Treehouse) kicks it off at 5 p.m., followed by chef Margot McCormack (Margot Café) at 6 and chef RJ Cooper (Henley) at 7, and last but not least chef Andy Little (Josephine, Prima) at 8 p.m.

If you plan to attend Friday or Saturday it is $10 a ticket for a two-hour shopping session anytime from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets are free on Sunday, Oct. 1  with the donation of a pantry item (and pre-registration), or $10 without.

One hundred perfect of the ticket proceeds directly benefit The Nashville Food Project and Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.

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