Jack Daniel's Teams Up With Top Chefs for a Unique Bounty & Barrel Dinner Series

Jack Daniel's Bounty & Barrel, single barrel whisky

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As the popularity of the culinary world continues its unprecedented explosion, Jack Daniel's is introducing a dinner series called Bounty & Barrel to celebrate master chefs and the brand's top-tier Single Barrel Whiskey. These events will take place in New York, Chicago, Austin, San Francisco and Nashville, with each venue getting its own top chefs like David Bazirgan, Jimmy Bannos, Amanda Freitag, and Maneet Chauhan — to name just a few.

Jack Daniel's Bounty & Barrel, single barrel whisky

Taking place between March 26 and April 22, the chefs will fuse ingredients local to each region with their individual style and flair, bringing diners what could possibly be their best meal of the year. And, of course, the meals will be made to perfectly pair with Jack Daniel's Single Barrel cocktails, which should be more than enough to round out a wonderful meal and an exceptional night of fun and socializing.

Jack Daniel's Bounty & Barrel, single barrel whisky

However, what's probably best about the Bounty & Barrel dining series is that the proceeds from these culinary events will be given to the various chefs' favorite charities. So not only are the events looking to bring some entertaining and scrumptiousness into guests' lives, but the likes of Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign, the James Beard Foundation, Urban Roots, Mending Limbs, and the Bay Area Women's & Children's Center will all benefit as well.

Tickets range from $150 to $250, while tickets to the dinners in San Francisco and Nashville are not yet available. And, as always, if you make it to one of these venues, drink responsibly and have a great time!

Jack Daniel's Bounty & Barrel, single barrel whisky

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