Jazzed Up February at Huntsville Botanical Garden pairs symphony of flavors and soulful melodies

HUNTSVILLE – Jazzed Up February: An Evening of Tapas and Wine Pairing at Huntsville Botanical Garden comes to Huntsville Botanical Garden (HBG) on Saturday, Feb. 10, from 6:30 – 10 p.m. This enchanted evening promises culinary delights, magical moments, and the smooth sounds of live jazz.

Nashville Illusionist Jason Michaels will kick off the evening with mesmerizing close-up magic during cocktail hour. Chuppertime’s Chef Brandon Crosby, star and winner of Food Network’s “Cooks vs. Cons,” brings his culinary expertise to the menu. Local sommelier Kyle Davis will perfectly match the wine pairings with Chef Brandon’s creations. Topping off the evening is the Keith Taylor Trio, with Greg Chambers on saxophone and vocalist Roberta Silva, performing live jazz music.

“This is a sophisticated, classy evening and different than anything the Garden has hosted before,” said HBG Director of Marketing Laura McPhail. “The food, wine, and entertainment make this a fun event perfect for sharing with friends or loved ones.”

It’s almost Valentine’s Day, which means reserving the perfect setting at Jazzed Up February. Guests can choose from several seating options:

  • Enjoy a fun and romantic evening with limited seating for tables of two.
  • For those celebrating “Pal-entines” or “Gal-entines,” tables accommodating 4-8 people are available.
  • Spontaneous adventure for solo diners is just a click away by reserving a spot at a random table.

Dressy/festive attire is encouraged for this event.

Advance ticket purchase (HBG members $125, non-members $135) is required for this event, and are available at hsvbg.org/event/jazzed-up-february-an-evening-of-tapas-and-wine-pairing. Tickets include three courses of tapas, each expertly paired with wine, plus dessert paired with a sparkling wine; live table-side illusions; expert wine information provided table-side by a certified sommelier; live jazz music.

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