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Anyone looking for last-minute Christmas meal additions are in luck, as numerous area restaurants and bakeries will be open for a limited time today — yes, on Christmas Eve.
Local restaurant group A. Marshall Hospitality has launched its first annual AMH Cares Family Tree to help feed local families in need this holiday season.
Happenstance Social Lounge in Nolensville hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday in partnership with Williamson, Inc., honoring the opening of its first location in Nolensville.
Thanksgiving is going to look different this year, and with so much going on all around, several local restaurants are taking orders for holiday meals, offering some symbiosis during a tumultuous time — the community supports local businesses during economic uncertainty, and businesses take …
CoreLife Eatery of Cool Springs held two celebrations Monday, Nov. 2, where they cut the ribbon making them official members of Williamson, Inc. and presented a check to One Generation Away from opening-day proceeds.
At the regular Brentwood Board of Commissioners meeting Monday, the board approved a policy to allow temporary limited outdoor dining on sidewalk areas in front of restaurants through Jan. 1, 2021.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s young professionals’ group Next Gen has worked with several area restaurants to cook up a unique fundraising opportunity during October and November.
Core Life Eatery celebrated its grand opening Thursday by donating 100% of its first day’s proceeds to One Generation Away, a Franklin-based food distribution nonprofit, totaling $8,875.
As Thai Esane’s Music Row location celebrates its first anniversary, owner and chef Nina Singto has announced plans to expand to Williamson County.
Franklin residents will be able to enjoy a healthy meal from a new restaurant next week while also supporting a local cause that provides millions of pounds of food to those in need in Middle Tennessee and beyond.
When Stephanie Graham was house hunting in Williamson County, the trained chef quickly realized there weren’t many places that made great-tasting, healthy salads, even joking to her husband, “If I ever want to start a business when we move here, I am going to start a salad business.”
On Saturday, Aug. 1, Soy Teriyaki Bistro, one of Brentwood’s most popular locally owned restaurants, will change ownership. Don’t expect any big changes, though, as the new owners want to continue the culture that has made the business successful since opening their doors in the summer of 2010.
After an incredible run of online sales featuring packaged meals and boxes brimming with fresh produce, the team at Southall is re-opening the Farm Stand with a bounty of innovative, hand-crafted products to feed the body and soul.
Black Diamond Culinary celebrated its grand opening Tuesday in Franklin with a ribbon cutting as Williamson, Inc. welcomed the business to the community.
Nashville-based hot chicken joint Party Fowl has expanded to Cool Springs, specifically to the CoolSprings Galleria, establishing the restaurant’s fourth location in Middle Tennessee.
Visitors to Williamson County seeking to learn and taste some of the county’s deep whiskey history can now experience two of the area’s distilleries and have dinner all while being chauffeured by Gray Line’s luxurious black car service.