Five Senses100% Local
1602 W. Northfield Blvd Ste.515
Murfreesboro , TN 37129 (view map)
11:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Friday for lunch and 5:30 pm through 10 pmSocial Media
The Five Senses Restaurant and Catering is “A Hint of Southern fare with a dash of French Cuisine.” Owners Mitchell and Molly Murphree opened Five Senses in 2004. The restaurant is located at 1602 West Northfield Blvd. in Murfreesboro, TN. Mitchell grew up in the food business and studied the Culinary Arts extensively. He graduated from the University of Tennessee with a Food Science degree. After graduating from UT, Mitchell went to The Culinary Institute of America where he earned another degree. Following that, he completed his internship at The PGA national Resort and Spa. In 2001 Mitchell worked as a chef in the world renowned Highlands Bar and Grill under the tutelage of Chef Frank Stitt. This restaurant was named the 5th best restaurant in the United States. During this time Mitchell received the prestigious James Beard Award for culinary expertise. In 2003, he was a chef at BB Neals and finally he opened the Five Senses Restaurant and catering in 2004.
It is easy to see the time and effort that has been applied for Mitchell to become a classically trained proper French Cuisine Chef. The Five Senses serves delicious food at the restaurant, holds parties, and caters to all size events. Twice a month, on the second and fourth Monday’s, tastings are held at the bar and cost $10 per person. Generally it is wine or beer, but occasionally they have chocolate, cheeses, and liquor. Check a head of time and make it an ‘event’ (stay for dinner after a tasting and receive 20% off your dinner).
The bartenders at the Five Senses restaurant are an exclusive group of super-bartenders. The training received includes all of the latest training on drink creations. This type of talent is found in the uber cocktail houses in Nashville. The Five Senses uses locally grown fruits in infuse the Vodkas served onsite.
Onsite and offsite catering is available. Buffets, lunches, brunches, engagement parties, weddings, annual parties, holiday get-togethers, receptions, and any other special occasion are no problem. Five Senses offers full service professional catering with no minimum number of plates. Inside the restaurant there is a private room with a beautiful fireplace available for rent.
The seafood served is the best seafood available. It is wild caught in U.S waters. The seafood is caught the old fashioned way; with a hook and line. Farm raised fish will not be found at the Fives Senses.
On Tuesday’s and Friday’s a representative from Five Senses has a booth at the Farmer’s Market located at the Agri-Park on John Rice Blvd (weather permitting).
Visit the Five Senses restaurant for lunch or dinner. The classically prepared French dishes infused with Southern flavors will delight your palette. Check the website for daily specials www.fivesensesrestaurant.com. Five Senses restaurant is also on Facebook, become a fan here today.
The dining hours are 11:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Friday for lunch and 5:30 pm through 10 pm for dinner. Call 615.867.4155 for reservations.
The Five Senses restaurant is pleased to announce the opening of another restaurant called The Kitchen located in the Arts Center of Woodbury.
This is the third year that Five Senses restaurant has participated in the Taste of Stones River event. Mitchell is excited to be a part of this giving affair that caters to the local Murfreesboro community. They are not announcing what they are serving just yet, but I am sure it will be worth the ticket(s) needed to try the elegant dishes.
The Five Senses Restaurant is participating in the 4th annual Taste of Stones River. The event will be held at The Avenue Murfreesboro on August 28th, 2010 from 4pm-8 pm. There will be over 40 restaurants showing off their culinary talents. This is a family-friendly event with a special kid’s area including inflatables, face painting, and balloon animals. While sampling delicious fares, visitors will be able to enjoy music from local musicians.
Tickets are .50 cents each and will be sold at ticket booths starting at 3:45pm. The tickets will be required for food sampling. Each restaurant will require between one and five tickets per dish. A wristband is available for purchase to participate in all kid’s zone activities. All proceeds benefit the Primary Care & Hope Clinic who serve the underinsured of Rutherford County.