Nashville Brunch Options Listed by Area of Town

Nashville Brunch Options Listed by Area of Town

Come Saturday morning, brunch is the topic on everyone’s mind. Nashville, a city with an ever-expanding culinary scene, boasts numerous bruncheries promising delicious food and drink and a great atmosphere. Whether you’re treating your family to a yummy weekend morning meal or you just need to soak up last night’s revelry with a hearty plate of flapjacks, we’ve curated a fantastic list (organized by neighborhood) of 60 local restaurants with stellar brunch options.

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7 Projects Changing the Face of Williamson County

7 Projects Changing the Face of Williamson County

t makes sense that the fastest growing county in Tennessee and nation-leader in job growth would have dozens of development deals going on.

It is hard to keep track of them all. But here we are going to give it a go. This post presents 7 ongoing or upcoming projects that will change the face of Williamson County. Especially now that winter is (fingers crossed) gone for good, construction is about to really ramp up.

So after reading this, when you wonder what is that going to be as you pass these places on your commutes and weekend excursions, you will know.

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Travel and Leisure's Destination of the Year: Readers' Choice

Travel and Leisure's Destination of the Year: Readers' Choice

With 15.8 percent of the votes, Nashville, Tennessee, is the newly crowned winner of Travel + Leisure's readers' poll for Destination of the Year, beating out international hot spots like Adelaide, Australia, and Korea, as well as fellow domestic darlings New Orleans and Detroit, in addition to Cuba, our editors' pick for the award.  In fact, Nashville received almost double the votes of the number two destination, Charleston, with Cuba coming in third with 6.5% of the votes. Other readers' choice stand-outs included Greece, Iceland, Istanbul, and Paris.

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Shops/Restaurants/Event & Venues that were New to Nashville in 2015

Shops/Restaurants/Event & Venues that were New to Nashville in 2015

Our budding city is facing staggering growth, with an estimated 11,000 people moving here each year. Luckily for us, many of those folks are opening businesses, bringing fresh ideas, much-needed services, and even a few indulgences to town. As 2015 closes and we take a look back at the most exciting local launches over the past year.

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What to Do and Places to Eat, Shop, & Drink

What to Do and Places to Eat, Shop, & Drink

Nashville’s “It City” status doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon, but that doesn’t mean the Tennessee capital is resting on its laurels. Plans are the works for a series of new boutique hotels downtown (a Virgin Hotel, as well as a 21c), but before we get ahead of ourselves, here’s what we’re loving in Music City right now.

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