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Rory O’Connell has been general manager at Husk Nashville for five years, navigating the Covid-19 pandemic and more. He tells the Business Journal how he has led Husk through these changes and adapted to a different kind of workforce.
The hits keep on coming in Nashville, whether it’s the sound of popping pads at the Titans’ training camp, or the Nashville Sounds knocking baseballs out of the park, or country music stars topping the charts. The restaurant world produces plenty of hits, too, as evidenced by this month’s lineup. Joyland has opened, and you can check […]
Nashville has made a name for itself in recent years as a foodie city, and we can understand why. With the influx of newcomers and transplants, the solidarity of southern food has been reignited into a revolution of the tastebuds. Here are seventeen famous Nashville restaurants that have been lauded across the country – and they’re well […]
Featured Recipe: Peach Brown Butter Cake Mix sugar, almond flour, cornstarch, and salt. In a separate container, mix butter and grits. In a mixer fitted with a whisk, whip the egg whites to stiff peaks. Slowly fold in the dry ingredients to the egg whites. Once fully combined, fully fold in the butter and grit […]
Yes, it’s the birthplace of Nashville hot chicken. Yes, it’s easy to find biscuits and barbecue by the bucket-full. And yes, there’s more country music (and bachelorette parties) than you can shake a stick at. But with roots set in decades of Southern cooking meshed with the influence of immigrants from the far reaches of […]
If you want to feel a bit high class while enjoying one of the best burgers in Nashville, then Husk is your spot. This classic burger is stacked high with double patties of Tennessee-raised beef, onions, and lots of American cheese. Arguably one of Sean Brock’s simplest and best culinary masterpieces, this burger is a […]
Nashville didn’t used to be known as a brunch town. For many years not much happened in Music City before noon on Sundays – musicians were sleeping off their previous nights out at the bars, everyone else was in church. Few restaurants were even open at all. As Nashville’s demographics have changed however, so too have its brunch […]
With the opening of a big African American music museum, new retro bowling halls and a ramped-up food scene, Nashville just kept on growing over the last two years. A visitors’ guide.