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Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 at 10:53am. 263 Views, 0 Comments.
Nashville is full of fun and has plenty to do. The food scene has grown over the past decade and continues to become one of the highlights of the city. If you want to discover what Nashville has to offer, you can, with the Tennessee Bites. They offer Nashville Food Tours, which provide the perfect opportunity to walk, talk and taste everything Music City offers.
As you take your tour, you'll get to sample food from six different spots. Along with the sampling, you will have a guide sharing all kinds of knowledge about the city, the restaurants in the city and the history behind it all. This is a unique journey that at the Country Music Hall of Fame and makes its way down Broadway to downtown Nashville. You will not only learn about the food scene, but…
Tuesday, May 7th, 2013 at 9:47am. 490 Views, 0 Comments.
Those living in Nashville understand this is a great place for food, drink and music. The food scene has exploded and it seems like there's a new restaurant popping up on every corner. The past few years, Nashville has been blessed with many new restaurants receiving praise from national magazines and critics. Some of the popular new eateries are listed below:
Silo found in Germantown
Silo features "farm to fork dining" with a menu featuring many Southern traditional dishes. They have a great beer and bourbon selection, as well.
Etch found in Downtown Nashville
Etch features bold flavors throughout the menu with unique dishes full of flavor. It's found on the ground floor of the Encore Tower.
blvd Nashville located in Belmont/Hillsboro…
Monday, April 15th, 2013 at 9:35am. 317 Views, 0 Comments.
The season is underway and taking the family to see the Nashville Sounds will provide plenty of fun. Whether you just want to enjoy the game or you want to make a night of it, you can choose from many dining options near Greer Stadium. The kids will love the guitar shaped scoreboard, which measures 116 feet wide by 53 feet tall. This guitar is huge and dominates the ballpark. If a player hits a homerun, which hits the guitar, they are actually awarded a real guitar in the post-game ceremony.
If you're out with friends and you want to enjoy a little dining or adult beverages, while watching the game, Slugger's Sports Bar is located within the stadium on the 4th floor. It opens an hour before each game and will stay open a half hour after the…
Friday, April 12th, 2013 at 12:12pm. 432 Views, 0 Comments.
If you're ready to escape to a world full of Margaritas, beaches and music, the Jimmy Buffett concert will set your imagination on fire. Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reefer Band will perform on April 27th at the Bridgestone Arena. This show is part of his "Songs from St. Somewhere" tour and will be a one-time only performance. Escape into summer a little early this year by attending this event.
Before the concert, you can dine in the Patron Platinum Club with all the luxuries to make it a memorable night. The menu includes many dishes including:
- Caribbean Spice New York Strip Steak
- Jamaican Jerk Chick with Scott bunt Salsa
- Pan Seared Volcano Shrimp with white wine chilies sauce
- Grilled Sword Fish Skewers
- Dark Rum Sugar Spiced Duck
Thursday, April 11th, 2013 at 11:13am. 250 Views, 0 Comments.
If you're looking for something fun to do at the end of April, the Franklin Main Street Festival might be the perfect place for you. It will take place in downtown Franklin on April 27th and 28th. This festival will feature over 200 artisans and crafters, two carnivals, an international food court and entertainment on three stages.
Entertainment for the festival hasn't been announced yet, but will be released on the website on April 15th. The event is presented by First Tennessee and the Heritage Foundation of Franklin is producing the event with help from Williamson County and the Downtown Franklin Association. The city expects to see over 100,000 people in attendance, as families come out to enjoy the many family-friendly activities including…
Thursday, April 4th, 2013 at 2:11pm. 274 Views, 0 Comments.
April is about to be the month of wine in Nashville. As many groups provide events with the goal of raising money for the non-profits in the city, it's important to know what's going on. Whether you want to sponsor an event or just attend, there's plenty to consider in the month of April.
The 11th Annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction will help to raise money for the East Nashville Home Exchange. This event is sponsors in part by Midtown Wine and will be held at the St. Ann's Episcopal Church on April 19th. For the low price of $25 per person, this event will attract many local residents looking to enjoy the many wines from around the world. Attendees can also enjoy the silent auction featuring many items from gift certificates to sports memorabilia.…
Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013 at 9:08am. 361 Views, 0 Comments.
The Nashville neighborhood known as Hillsboro Village is a complete collection of restaurants, boutiques, shops and more. Within four blocks all the necessities are found, making this neighborhood a village all its own. The rejuvenation of this area has attracted young families, couples and professionals looking for a quaint place to live.
Featuring one of the staples of Nashville, the Sunset Grill, local residents can enjoy amazing choices from the late night menu and even rub elbows with the big wigs from Music Row. This is known as one of the finest choices found in the area, featuring a fantastic wine selection and a great atmosphere.
If you love pancakes, you will find one of the best pancake places in all of Tennessee in Hillsboro Village. The…
Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 at 10:01am. 631 Views, 0 Comments.
With the neighborhood currently being restored and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it has much to offer. Many enjoy the year-round farmers; markets found in the area with plenty of the freshest fruits and vegetables grown locally. While visiting the farmers' market, you can enjoy the ten different restaurants serving cuisine from all over the…
Thursday, February 21st, 2013 at 4:20pm. 551 Views, 0 Comments.
When it comes down to it these days every single dollar coming into your home is going to matter to both you and your family in terms of being able to maintain your standard of living. It's the little things that can make the difference between being able to enjoy your life and just scraping to get by and that's why knowing the cost of living where you live or where you might be considering relocating to is extremely important.
So what we want to show you today is how Nashville compares to another major southern US city in terms of how much it costs (or not) to live here and that city is Miami, Florida.
Everyone has to eat and you've probably all noticed that both buying groceries and going out for dinner all seem to be far more expensive than…
Friday, June 29th, 2012 at 3:21pm. 318 Views, 0 Comments.
Many people looking to relocate to a new city cringe when someone mentions Nashville Tennessee. They might think it's just a little Southern city without any of the luxuries and attractions of larger cities. Once they've visited the area, however, they quickly change their mind. The greater Nashville area boasts over 12 impressive malls with hundreds of stores to choose from. No matter what type of shopping people are interested in, it's available and just a quick drive away from anywhere in the city.
The CoolSprings Galleria is one of the largest shopping areas in the Nashville area with over 165 unique stores and a 500 seat Oasis food court. This shopping complex is is an excellent place to shop for virtually anything imaginable from clothes and…