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Top 5 Things to Do this Weekend: September 22-24

Brews, bands, and beauties — all this weekend in Nashville, TN.

Posted on September 21, 2017 Nashville Brew Festival — Friday, September 22. 8-11 p.m. $40 ($10 more at the door) Take your position on the field, no athletic ability required! First Tennessee Park will be teeming with fans (of beer) as over 50 breweries, including great local makers set up shop for the annual Brew Festival. Tickets include unlimited drink samples only, so plan your food truck route accordingly. The ev...

Beer by Blackberry Farm

Blackberry Farm beers are available in many beer shops and tap rooms around the region, and they should soon begin to appear in groceries.

Posted on September 20, 2017 For years, Blackberry Farm has been a luxurious destination for Middle Tennesseans seeking a little pampering and fresh mountain air. The resort, located in Walland, a half hour outside of Knoxville, is also a culinary destination, with two past chefs earning James Beard nominations and awards as Best Chef: Southeast, as well as other Beard nods for their service and wine program. So, when word...

4 Local Brands Expand in Nashville

Local purveyors of coffee, home goods, and clothing expand their retail presence in town.

Posted on September 19, 2017 Frothy Monkey The fourth iteration of beloved coffee hub, Frothy Monkey, recently opened in West Nashville's Stocking 51 complex. This expansive location was once a hosiery factory (Belle Meade Hosiery Mill) and in reviving it for modern use, they kept much of the original posts, floors, and brick while adding special touches like Ellie Caudill's abstract mural. Regulars will take comf...

Hemingway’s Bar and Hideaway

A new bar and restaurant in Wedgewood-Houston pays tribute to a legend.

Posted on September 18, 2017 As development rolls on and new real estate deals are inked every day, the Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood is primed for a wave of new residents to start calling the area home—which makes the opening of Hemingway’s Bar and Hideaway well timed. Nestled in to the corner of a former hosiery building, the lease on the space has been held by co-owner Chris Weber since 2014; it took nearly...