In addition to being an exceptionally cool new club featuring local and touring indie-rock, folk and experimental acts, The Stone Fox has some damn fine bar food. I've sampled the hot chicken bites, the kimchi Reuben and a great veggie dish called The Laughing Man, and really liked 'em all. They are also serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. I haven't tried the brunch, but over at our sister blog Nashville Cream, D. Patrick Rodgers (aka D. Piddy) says the chicken and waffles knocked his socks off. (Hopefully not into someone else's food.) And he's got more info on the Holiday Market.
Vendors at the market include Third Man Records Rolling Record Store, Cumberland Valley Kombucha, Buttermilk Road Sunday Suppers, Acorn + Archer handmade jewelry, Emily Leonard fine art, Green Bee Designs, Baby Bear Shop, DCXV Clothing, Be Simple Massage, Bang Candy Company, as well as over a dozen local artisans and crafters. We can't think of a more enjoyable way to do your holiday shopping.
Well, come to think of it, Porter Flea is pretty awesome too. And it takes place 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. this Saturday at Marathon Music Works.
Heard about any other good local-centric holiday shopping opportunities? Any other dining news of interest? And is anyone else loving Rolf and Daughters as much as I am? Two visits and I'm hooked.