If you search for breweries in Middle Tennessee, you will get a listing of over 15-20 to choose from in the area. We have started a list, a “Middle Tennessee Trail of Ale” if you will, to give you a jumping point to drink your way through Middle Tennessee breweries.
Big flavors and creativity — for Chefs Eleni Vavouris and Joelle Upton, it’s all about balance, in both the kitchen and in life. In 2000, on their journey into the culinary industry, they met at Opryland Hotel’s Culinary Apprenticeship program.
How one Tennessee native left for bigger dreams and then came back to start a movement… For D’Andrews Bakery and Cafe – located in bustling downtown Nashville near the public library – the hard part may be over. As of August 2019, the charming bakery had been open for over one year, and they are still experiencing growth of sales and clientele.
Use the code LGBTQFOCUS for 15% off your first order! Executive Chef Megan Hendrix takes pride in her prepared meals to be as easy as 1, 2, &3; hence, the name &3 Foods. She also takes pride in being an ally for the LGBT+ community and wants you to take pride in what you eat.
Antoni Porowski, the Emmy Award-winning food and wine guru of “Queer Eye,” brings his multi-city book tour, in partnership with Williams-Sonoma to celebrate the Sept. 9 release of his debut cookbook, “Antoni in the Kitchen” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), to TPAC’s Polk Theater Sept. 13.
Mikey Corona and Brian Riggenbach are the power couple behind one of the Gulch’s hottest restaurants, The Mockingbird, and a partner in Chaatable, a new Indian concept helmed by celebrity chef Maneet Chauhan (of Chauhan Ale & Masala House).
Respect The Plate (RTP) owners Chef Tiffany Anderson and Chef Elon Washington are bringing yummy vegan fare with a twist to Nashville. They refer to themselves as a dynamic duo….and what a duo they are!
With holiday soirees just around the corner, it is important that the right wines are chosen to accompany your meal. While white wines tend to be popular during the summer months, the reds take center stage in the winter.
Every neighborhood has that place. You know the one. The food is good, the beer is cold, the music is live, and the conversation friendly. There’s a place like this just in Nashville called Homegrown Taproom and Marketplace.