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Cool Café and Miss Daisy’s Kitchen, restaurant neighbors and friends, are combining efforts to ride out the COVID-19 storm together to continue providing top quality food to their beloved community.
January brings a focus on next steps and new ventures, and the restaurant scene is no exception as many eateries make their debuts and announce expansions around this time of year.
Eat Y’all, an organization that connects chefs to the South’s top farmers and producers, will bring the first stop of its CONNECT Dinner Series fall tour to the Leiper’s Ford Distillery on Sept. 25.
The NAI Nashville Leasing and Property Management team has announced Franklin Soul as the new tenant at 9040 Carothers Parkway in Franklin.
For city of Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham, the most common question he heard from residents was, “When are we going to get a Chick-fil-A?”
With international and cross-country training, a passion for farm-to-table cooking and local sourcing and a longtime desire to dive into the greater Nashville area’s thriving culinary scene, Chad Starling has joined the Homestead Manor team as executive chef of Harvest.
Jerry Morales, executive chef at Firebirds Wood Fired Grill in Brentwood, has been named Firebirds’ Chef of the Year for his outstanding back-of-the-house leadership, culinary prowess, staff morality, restaurant sales, guest count and guest satisfaction in 2017.
The 11th annual Sizzle Awards, brought to you by the Williamson Herald, Southern Exposure Magazine and FranklinIs, is now up and open for voting.Go to http://www.williamsonherald.com/site/sizzle.html to vote for your favorite Williamson County businesses.“We are excited to get the poll up an…
Nashville Restaurant Week gets underway Monday, Jan. 15 and continues through Sunday, Jan. 21, as Nashville Originals member restaurants around the area celebrate the event with special menus, deals and dishes.
Saffire, the unique restaurant in Franklin’s historic Factory, is named after the precious blue gemstone. Like the gem, it has been the sparkling source of delightful casual comfort dining, blessed with great ambiance, live music and excellent American/Southern classic food since the turn of…
The Franklin location of the O’Charley’s Kitchen and Bar became the first of the restaurant’s Middle Tennessee locations to undergo a revitalization and remodel of its facility, and the company celebrated the updates with several community leaders and guests.
During a typical morning at First District Coffee Co. in Fairview, a group of women are playing cards, a young man is working on his computer, a bus-load of senior citizens from Bellevue are enjoying a road trip-stop for coffee, two young mothers are taking advantage of the children’s play a…
Pancake Pantry, Nashville’s most iconic breakfast spot, announced a change in leadership as the Baldwin family sold the establishment to Franklin restauranteur Crosby Keltner.
Harvest at Homestead Manor is ringing in the new year on Saturday, Dec. 31 with a four course, farm to fork meal curated special for the holiday.
Scout’s Pub in Franklin’s Westhaven community is providing a swanky backdrop for locals looking for an alternative New Year’s Eve experience; the chef-inspired restaurant is hosting a four-course dinner on Saturday, Dec. 31 that will offer an elevated meal, complete with house wine pairings …
Handy Hardware, Williamson County’s oldest continuously operating hardware store, will host a MoonPie open house, Friday, Sept. 16, 4-6 p.m. and 45-year anniversary celebration at their 731 Columbia Avenue location.
Nashville Restaurant Week is returning to Music City Aug. 22-28, inviting locals and visitors alike to enjoy special menus plus breakfast, lunch and dinner deals around town, all as a way to celebrate the city’s unique restaurants and give back to the diners that support them.
The ever-growing A. Marshall Family Foods Inc. will mark the grand opening of its latest concept, Hattie Jane’s Creamery, on Wednesday, July 13, at 1:30 p.m. in Columbia.