Sean Brock is launching a collaborative tasting menu space attached to the Husk outpost in Nashville. Called the Stables at Husk, Bon Appetit reports the Workshop Series will alternate between "multi-course tasting menus and host[ing] guest chefs from around the world." Back in June, Husk Nashville GM Dan Latimer told Eater the space holds about 24 people and "It'll be a workshop for the chefs to allow their inspiration to kind of drive what happens over there." No guest chef names have been announced as yet.
Collaborations of this sort are becoming more and more commonplace: Napa chef Christopher Kostow has hosted his 12 Days of Christmas at the Restaurant at Meadowood for several years now, and collaborative series are common enough in Chicago that Eater Chicago dubbed them an official trend. In New York, the CityGrit chef space is currently raising funds for a new space having outgrown its first location, and Franks Castronovo and Falcinelli have launched their RES "artist residency for chefs." Brock is sure to draw big names to Nashville; stay tuned.