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There is arguably no better way to start off a Saturday or Sunday in Nashville than with a good, hearty (and yes, maybe boozy) brunch. To help in the imminent decision-making process, hours have been spent plowing through spicy bloody marys, biscuits, and Benedicts to highlight some of the cityâ€™s best and newest brunch spots, […]
Nashville hot chicken â€” that trendy, crispy, fiery fowl â€” is what most people think of when it comes to fried chicken in Nashville. But go back to the original with this list for some tried-and-true examples of traditional fried chicken around town. Those averse to spicy can (for the most part) stick to this […]
Welcome to the fall update of Nashvilleâ€™s Eater 18, which can answer any question that begins, “Can you recommend a restaurant?” This highly elite group, which is listed by-the-way in geographical order, was created by a panel of local experts and covers the entire city; spans myriad cuisines, histories, locations; and, collectively, satisfies any restaurant […]
Nashville is a necessary stop on any U.S. road trip that spans the country from coast to coast. Dubbed Music City, Tennesseeâ€™s capital offers musical attractions like Ryman Auditorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and a seemingly endless number of local clubs.
The newly named executive chef at Husk Nashville is taking over the SoBro restaurant at a time when the city’s culinary community is crowded with more competing options than she’s seen in her four and a half years in Nashville. It’s also a time when that market saturation has led to an increased rate of […]
Katie Coss knows the stakes are high. The newly named executive chef at Husk Nashville is taking over the SoBro restaurant at a time when the city’s culinary community is crowded with more competing options than she’s seen in her four and a half years in Nashville. It’s also a time when that market saturation has […]
Charlestonâ€™s rise as a top destination has been fueled by more than its charming historic district and warm weather: Itâ€™s also a food loverâ€™s paradise.
Ever since Husk Nashville opening night, a large portrait of Willie Nelson â€” the patron saint of outlaw country and all things smoke-related â€” hung over the infernal ember grill, which cranks out amazing roasted meats and vegetables, and which has been regarded as one of the most taxing work stations in any kitchen in […]