Thursday, April 21, 2011

The 2011 Food & Drink Issue: Eating Our Way Across Nashville

Posted By on Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 11:35 AM

The Five-Alarm Burger at The Melrose
  • Photo: Eric England. Art Assistant: Bret Pelizzari.
  • The Five-Alarm Burger at The Melrose
This week, for the Scene's annual Food & Drink issue, we dreamed up a week of dining and imbibing fit for — well, fit for a bunch of alt-weekly writers. Who love to eat and drink and eat some more. And who tend to think of life in weeklong blocks. Eat Days a Week, we called it — hey, it's better than "Meat the Eatles" — and we invite you to think of it as a curated guide to some of our city's best dishes and drams, plates and pints, eats and elixirs. Here's how we fill out our calendar:

Monday belongs to diners, soul food and Robert's honky-tonk burgers, courtesy of Brantley Hargrove; Tuesday travels the map from Turnip Truck to Thai to Twin Kegs, thanks to Jim Ridley; Wednesday wings it in the name of caffeine, cake and cocktails, compliments of Carrington Fox; Thursday makes time for breakfast, gets Silly for lunch and kicks it with some Korean, due to some guy named Steve Haruch; Friday, Friday, gotta get down (and eat cow heart) on Friday with Sean L. Maloney; Saturday changes things up with some North Side brunch, sweet cocoa and Turkish delights, by way of Dana Kopp Franklin; Sunday goes from jitters to jimjams in the flash of a dim sum cart, via Jack Silverman; and finally, we realize eight isn't enough, but we round up some more favorites anyway.

I, for one, didn't have time for breakfast (again), and I'm getting hungry just thinking about it.

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