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Thanking Nashville’s service industry workers

Check out these ways Nashville is appreciating its service industry workers.

A two-story building with greenery around the top floor balcony and a sign that says "Assembly Food Hall." Many people are sitting inside or walking around the building.

Assembly Food Hall will celebrate service industry workers this Wednesday.

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Service industry workers do a lot for us Nashvillians — from taking our half-asleep coffee orders at Frothy Monkey, to making sure our hot chicken reaches the perfect point on the Scoville spice scale.

This Wednesday, Sept. 20, Assembly Food Hall is thanking them for their often thankless work with a Service Industry Appreciation Day. Check out how else Music City says thanks, this week and year-round:

  • Assembly Food Hall | This Wednesday, service industry employees can get a $5 hall pass with proof of employment.
  • New Heights Brewing | This local brewery celebrates service industry workers year-round — stop by every Monday for a $4 beer.
  • Bowie’s Nashville | Every Tuesday night, those in the service industry can grab $5 house margaritas, three tacos for $5, and select $7 shots.
  • 5 Points Diner | Stop by on Industry Night Mondays for $5 appetizers + $5 Stella Artois on draft.

Looking for a way you can say thanks? A nice tip + a “thank you” never hurts.