Say hello to chili tastings, concerts, wine tastings and a hot chocolate race in February. Cheers to another month of the new year.
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The Southern Steak and Oyster is hosting a special Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu by Chef de Cuisine Paul Brantley and Executive Chef Matt Farley. Reservations are required and can be made by calling (615) 724-1762 or online at http://www.thesouthernnashville.com/reservations. Dinner is $65/per person with optional wine pairings available for an additional $45/per person. Amuse-Bouche
Nothing says Valentine’s Day like a big steaming bowl of chili! Perhaps this isn’t quite true, but a little romance can’t get in the way of chili tasting, live music, kids activities, pepper eating contest and Yazoo beers! Experience all that and more at the Nashville Chili Festival on Sunday, February 14 from 12 to
Indulge in a delicious Valentine’s Day dinner at Saffire. Executive Chef Matt Farley and Chef de Cuisine Jason Lalacona have curated an exceptional prix fixe menu for the perfect date night. Call 615.599.4995 or see their website for more details. http://saffirerestaurant.com/join-us-for-valentines-day-at-saffire/ Amuse-Bouche Chef’s Selection of Oysters with classic accompaniments Appetizers Baby Kale Salad Apple & Parsnip Soup Pork
Soak up the sun this Valentine’s Day weekend with a Sheryl Crow concert in the acoustical splendor of Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The iconic singer and nine-time Grammy winner makes her debut with the Nashville Symphony for a very special two-night Valentine’s engagement. Treat your sweetheart and enjoy some of the most irresistible songs ever written: “All
Lipscomb Academy will host its 12th annual Art Event on February 12 to 14, headlined by featured artist Lauren Dunn of Nashville. More than 50 artists will be in attendance with a wide range of media that will include, paintings, jewelry and pottery, to name a few. As part of the opening night reception on February
The Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville combines spectacular gardens, fine antiques, and horticultural items into one outstanding three-day show. Located in the Music City Center in vibrant downtown Nashville, the show’s 150+ exhibitors, renowned experts and fabulous gardens make it the ultimate destination for new and ardent antique collectors, avid gardeners, those seeking design
Nashville Ballet’s acclaimed annual series, “Attitude,” brings the best of Nashville’s thriving arts community together to highlight some of the most unique and inspirational collaborations in Music City. This year’s “Attitude” is presented in creative partnership with The Bluebird Cafe. Ticket Price: $28-68 Location: TPAC’s Polk Theater 505 Deaderick Street, Nashville, TN 37243 https://patron.tpac.org/events/detail/attitude-2016-ballet
Barton Perreira is hosting a fantastic flash sale on February 14 and 15. Regular frames and sunglasses will be deeply discounted. Whether you’re picking up your first pair or just want to refresh your look for spring, now is the time to snag new frames for your face! http://www.bartonperreira.com/
The Iron Tribe 101 course is 30-day, introductory program for the Iron Tribe Fitness lifestyle. For a limited time, Iron Tribe is offering their 101 Introductory Course with no contract and no commitment. Committed coaches will guide you through the one month program including weekly classes, nutrition education and much more. Dedicate yourself and you could win
Urban Green Lab is excited to share the launch of their innovative sustainability Mobile Lab, a unique, hands-on experiential classroom designed to inspire sustainable practices among middle and high school students throughout Davidson County starting February 17. The launch event will feature an interactive Mobile Lab demonstration with local students, as well as speakers Jennifer Westerholm,
Franklin’s Main Street just got a little sweeter with the opening of Seersucker Candy Co. (the newest venture by the chocolatier behind Olive & Sinclair).
If you want that run-around shoe with retro cool style, no matter your age, check these out. They’re fabulous. Image: bisousnatasha
If you have young’ns at home, and even if you don’t, we bet these 13 locally designed kids’ brands (all found at local boutiques) will make you smile and love this city even more!
Since its opening in mid-December, Nashville’s Butcher & Bee has continued to draw steady crowds. Here’s the inside scoop on Main Street’s newest dining spot.
Whether you call ’em oysters or ersters, don’t you dare call them off. Here’s the freshest of the fresh in Nashville.
There’s never a dull moment in Music City! Here’s what’s taking root in Nashville.
Have you heard the buzz about micellar water? Just what is it, and can you really stop washing your face? Image: Garnier
Learn about the top health trends — be it fact or fiction — for 2016.
Check out some of our favorite products to combat dry winter skin!
When tasked with fulfilling an extensive wishlist for a family’s kitchen makeover, Leslie Huntley knew just where to splurge and where to tighten the belt. The results are a fun space for an active family.
The Nashville Design District continues to expand and define itself as one of the city’s best places to find everything from your kitchen sink to a drop-dead gorgeous chandelier. You’ll be amazed at how many new places are relocating to this area once known as Nashville’s industrial crossroads.
Does your coffee table need some freshening up? Is that corner of your living room still bare? Do you need to add some depth to your bookcases? Today’s article was written just for you!
Not everyone calls Nashville their forever home, but most bring a part of Music City to their new hometowns. Today, we highlight three women who did just that, successfully, in New York City.
Sometimes a basketball game showcases the goodness of humanity. That happened in this game between Nashville’s FRA and USN on Friday, February 5, 2016.
Spend a weekend walking through New Orleans and discover the beauty, culture and history of this beloved city for yourself.