The T4G Meal Plan

“I signed up for the meal plan at T4G 2016 and didn’t have to stand outside restaurants, could sit with my whole pastoral team, and had several encouraging conversations with other pastors.” — James (local church pastor)

Why do thousands of people opt for the T4G meal plan each year?

  • Avoid long restaurant lines.
  • Remain in close proximity to sessions and bookstores (Meal Plan served in Galt House Hotel next to Yum! Center).
  • The “restaurant decision” becomes one less thing to think about.

What meals are covered by the T4G Meal Plan?
Dinner on Wednesday the 11th, Lunch and Dinner on Thursday the 12th, and Lunch on Friday 13th.

How much does the meal plan cost and where can I purchase it?
The T4G Meal Plan is $85 and can be purchased as a ticket alongside your T4G registration ticket.
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Menu

All meals served with fresh-brewed coffee, decaffeinated coffee, iced tea & iced water. 

Dinner—April 11:
“Kentucky Country Buffet”

  • Kentucky hot brown casserole
  • Deep fried cod with homemade tartar sauce
  • Oven roasted red potatoes
  • Seasonal vegetables
  • Southern style cole slaw
  • Chef’s selection of desserts
Lunch—April 12:
“Fiesta”

  • Seasoned ground beef and ground turkey tacos with corn and flour tortillas
  • Baked cheese enchiladas
  • Refried beans
  • Yellow rice
  • Lettuce, diced tomatoes, olives, and sour cream
  • Assorted salsas
  • Cinnamon and sugar churros
Dinner—April 12:
“Sunday Dinner”

  • Slow cooked beef pot roast
  • Baked chicken quarters
  • Mashed potatoes with home gravy
  • Seasonal vegetables
  • Wedge salad
  • Chef’s selection of desserts
Lunch—April 13:
“Backyard Grill Out”

  • Grilled hamburgers, hotdogs, and marinated chicken breast; sesame and whole wheat buns
  • Appropriate condiments
  • Potato salad
  • Cole slaw
  • Fruit Salad
  • Freshly baked assorted cookies

Note: If you have diet restrictions or food allergies, there will be gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, and nut-free options available.