Have a jam at Jam Coffee House. This amazing joint over in Wedgewood serves up tasty tea lattes that will put you in a permanent state of relaxation. Right now, they are featuring such specialities like the Jazzberry, Velvet Revolver, and more. Head on over to this store and enjoy a mini vacation without leaving the city.
Over on Jefferson St there’s a place that specializes in brunch. No joke, the only times they choose to be open is during brunch. That’s Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9am-2pm. That’s to ensure what ever they bring to the table will be top notch. Stop by their lovely shop and make sure to order the Banana Foster Pancakes. These beautiful things are covered with sauteed caramelized bananas and walnut in a rich buttery sauce, topped with whipped cream. One of our favorite brunch meals in Music City. Go check it out.
We all scream for ice cream, right? And Nashville satisfies everyone with ice cream shops all over town. With so many flavors, styles, and locations, Travel + leisure thinks Nashville is one of America’s Best Cities for Ice Cream. Check out some of the great Music City spots to entertain your ice cream craving by following the link below.
It’s smoothie season. Oh yes, for us, when it feels amazing outside we celebrate with a fresh smootie. Today, we are purchasing the Off The Wall from The Post East over on Fatherland St. in East Nashville. This creation is a mix of blueberries, spinach, banana, walnut, and almond mix blended together to offer a nice refreshing drink perfect for a sunny day. Just like today.
Don’t you just love this weather. That’s right winter is finally behind us, and it’s time to head outside. And for lunch we are taking it to the streets and heading over to enjoy a meal from Nashville’s Bao Down food truck. Housed out of a school bus, this establishment specializes in Bao, or steamed buns that have many fillings. We always like to go with their Char Slu Bao. This little Bao is filled with roasted pork shoulder, housemade Chinese bbq and sauce scallions. Perfect little pick me up on a sunny day like today. Click the link and discover where they will be at today!
Hot chicken is a Nashville specialty. Fried chicken breaded and coated with spices, typically heavy on the cayenne. Served with some white bread and pickles, Nashville hot chicken lights up the senses. And today we choose Hot Chicken for our featured meal. Just follow the link below and enjoy Nashville’s staple food.
Have you heard about the latest restaurant in Germantown called Butchertown Hall? We are able to check it out just the other day, and it’s great. The menu is meat heavy with key elements of Mexican and German influences. Plus, guests may order from a tap menu of over 20 different beers – a number of them created specifically for the restaurant. We ordered the beast known as the Brisket Grind Double Burger. This bad boy came with american cheese, pickled, onion, and mayo. Wrap your hands around this baby and enjoy every bite of the savory meatiness. To compliment our burger we received the grilled sweet corn. It was easy to say our first experience to this new restaurant will not be our last.