While many of Nashville’s top dining destinations are in the metro area, there are plenty of worthy options a short drive away — and on the water. Here are some of the top waterfront dining destinations in Middle Tennessee.
There’s an intriguing road that makes a triangle around the South, and music lovers will be fascinated by the rich history found there. Here’s what you’ll find along the Americana Music Triangle. Image: Americana Music Triangle and Anthony Scarlati
Take a look at (and hopefully a taste of) these four fabulous new restaurants creating a culinary splash throughout the South. Image: Peppervine
The Natchez Trace Parkway is a gorgeous drive for sure, with plenty of intriguing stop-offs. But the rich musical history is what we’re talking about today. Find out more about this amazing Southern parkway. Image: Scenic Trace
If you really want to wow Dear Old Dad this Father’s Day, here are two great trip ideas that will knock his socks off, but you have to start planning now.
Tin Angel may be closing, but Rick and Vicki Bolsom are leaving a lasting legacy. Take a look back on the rich history of this Nashville restaurant.
This 100-year-old family-owned company is a Nashville treasure. Find out the history behind Goo Goo Cluster and meet the women who are steering it into the next century of success.
The third in our series about the amazing island escapes found throughout the Southern coast, this Island Hoppers article is all about the Florida Keys. Enjoy!
Looking for ideas for your next weekend getaway? Check out our rundown of Tupelo, MS, the birthplace of legendary rocker Elvis Presley.
Let’s take a little trip along the Alabama Gulf Coast and Florida Panhandle and find your next vacation destination. Check out the second part of our “Island Hopper” series. Image: Chris Granger