Take a Day Trip: Jack Daniel’s Distillery

By Victoria Scott Few brands of liquor have earned such fame as Jack Daniel’s whiskey. Maybe it’s due to incredible marketing efforts. Maybe it’s because the name alone conjures images of old-timey men in the South sitting in cozy chairs and drinking their nightly glass. Whatever the case, people flock from near and far to the tiny town of Lynchburg, Tennessee, to tour the distillery … Continue reading Take a Day Trip: Jack Daniel’s Distillery

Tennessee Performing Arts Center

By Victoria Scott One of my favorite parts of living in Music City is its proximity to exceptional performance spaces and as a result, access to incredible performers. For most people familiar with Nashville, this typically means events at Ryman Auditorium or Bridgestone Arena, not to mention the many music venues throughout the city. However, I feel equally lucky that Nashville is home to the … Continue reading Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Frutti Di Mare by Chef Thomas Cook

Frutti Di Mare a fresh seafood specialty dish created by Executive Chef Thomas Cook at Trattoria Il Mulino Nashville.  This upscale version uses Abruzzese-inspired Italian cuisine that infuses the flavors of Music City and featuring only the finest ingredients paired with inventive new twists. Yield: 4 orders Ingredients: 2 oz. olive oil 8 oz. fresh fish (Cut in to 2 oz. portions) (8) each Jumbo … Continue reading Frutti Di Mare by Chef Thomas Cook

The Nashville Farmers’ Market

By Abbey Brown The Nashville Farmers’ Market is a melting pot of shops, restaurants, and merchants that offer local and international food and crafts. Open every day of the year, NFM is perfect for taking a quick lunch break or spending the afternoon touring the historic area. One of the many Rent-A-Bike stations throughout the city is outside the market, and a great option for … Continue reading The Nashville Farmers’ Market

Nashville’s Warm Weather Treats

By Victoria Scott As Nashville finally welcomes the spring weather, we now have an excuse to venture outside for picnics at the park and weekend strolls down 12South. And as the temperatures skyrocket, I’ve already started to crave cool treats to replace my winter staples of steaming lattes and hot slices of pie. It just so happens that Nashville is home to a number of … Continue reading Nashville’s Warm Weather Treats