About this pro
After enjoying years developing his craft as an award-winning competitive bar-b-que pitmaster, Shane Nasby was ready to serve up a new culinary experience; one that would marry the deliciously sweet flavor of honey and spices with the savory heat of slow-cooked smoked meats. Thats how HoneyFire Kitchen was born. Now, Shane and his staff serve their delightfully unexpected dishes at some of Nashvilles premier weddings, private events, corporate functions, and other catered affairs. Whenever possible, they also pop up to participate in the local food truck scene, delivering a unique and tasty spin on traditional smoked food. Although our menu changes, with HoneyFire Kitchen youll always find delicious down-home fare with a sophisticated twist. The right food experience can take a special event and make it an extraordinary one. At HoneyFire Kitchen, we deliver the perfect balance between unexpected culinary delights and comfort foods that keep you coming back for more. From our classic dishes to our inspired creations, we never settle for less than the best. When you work with our team to design your ideal event, youll find true Southern hospitality and dedication to your vision. Whether youre planning a rustic wedding or a polished corporate function, HoneyFire Kitchen can create a truly memorable dining experience for every guest.
Customers rated this pro highly for work quality, professionalism, and responsiveness.
Angela S.Oct 4, 2017
We chose Honey Fire Kitchen for our daughters wedding reception. Communication and tasting efforts were excellent. The food and service was wonderful and affordable for us. We highly recommend them!Oct 31, 2016Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?There are a lot of questions that go into estimating a catering request. What it typically boils down to is the desired menu, date of the event, how many servers are required, etc. We try to stay as competitive as possible and have even been referred to as the "Target" of catering companies. Not necessarily the cheapest or most expensive, but certainly something you can be proud of at your event.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?The first thing we do is check the date and make sure we're available. Once the date is in the clear we can begin discussing the budget and menu options over the phone or over coffee. If we both feel like it's a good fit, we can move forward and choose some menu items for tasting. If the date, budget and food all check out and we're ready to move forward, we just need a signed agreement and deposit to save the date!
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I grew up in my grandparents restaurant, the "Midway Cafe" in Charlottesville, Indiana. It was there I watched my grandfather cook while my grandmother and mother waited tables. I guess you could say I was born into the industry. I spent several years opening new restaurants as a corporate trainer for Hard Rock Cafe, Ruby Tuesday, and Darden Inc. I literally worked and trained new staff at every position in the restaurant. I always had an equal love for both cooking and serving. In 2011, I entered my first competition on the professional BBQ circuit. Not only did I love the intensity of the competition, but I started winning and quickly became addicted. That's when I fell in love with the art of smoking meats and cooking southern style sides. Thus, HoneyFire was born.