Thousands of tourists flock to Music City every year to catch a glimpse of country stars and experience live entertainment. But Nashville offers much more to discover than a thriving music scene. These days, it’s all about the food. Dine on incredible barbecue, taste what some of the country’s best chefs are cooking up in [...]
Nashville is anchored with vibrant neighborhoods that nourish the growing creative class that lives there. The city also is fast becoming a foodie capital of the mid-South, with new restaurants offering artisan takes on Southern comfort food. And that tourist staple, country music, is singing a new tune, thanks to the popularity of the TV series “Nashville.”
They say music is the food of love, but you know what else is? Food. And this town’s got more going on than just amazing tunes. Here, the tea is sweet, the chicken is hot, no meal is complete without at least one biscuit — and very occasionally, our corn has the misfortune of becoming corn, and not being mashed for whiskey. These are Nashville’s most iconic edible offerings, and the best places to get them
When happy hour hits and its time to relax on your favorite patio, do you find yourself thinking of your furry friend waiting for you at home? No need to fret! Nashville is booming with pooch-friendly places that let Spot partake in all the fun!
It’s official. Nashville has emerged from the shadows of our friends to the West, and is currently sittin’ pretty atop many “best of” lists for BBQ. So why is Music City fast becoming just as beloved for cooking its drumsticks as it is for playing with them? The answer lies in these eight amazing ‘cue spots…
Sweet Georgia Brown — a pulled pork sandwich topped with fresh Georgia peaches and brown sauce
It goes without saying that barbecue is hot in Music City, but we still say a lot about it … One smoked meat emporium that gets lots of national press but still remains pretty lowkey when it comes to self-promotion is Edley’s Bar-B-Que.