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Re: “Revived Sutler Saloon Opens in Melrose

What happened to the great catfish sandwich the old Sutler had??? I thought that was mentioned by the restaurant owners as a standout dish that would be returning. The menu looks interesting, but the price point of entrees sets it far beyond the old Sutler; the place seems like it's catering more to foodies now, like too many of Nashville's newer eating haunts. Guess I'll just have to relive my memories.

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Posted by Writeman on 09/14/2014 at 3:21 PM

Re: “Mitchell Deli Team to Open Rudie's Seafood and Sausage

sounds great. i just went to mitchells last week and bought lunch plus some deli meat and bread to make my own sandwiches for future lunches. i actually felt i got a fair price considering the quality of the items.

i will definitely go to the new place. i was just wondering what might go in that space. if you must drink wine then you could always stop in the sushi place or the beer garden prior to your meal.

Posted by Tee Lee on 09/14/2014 at 12:14 PM

Re: “The Weekly Open Thread: Fairest of the Pies Edition

I saw a sign this morning in East Nashville where Feast used to be that said Coming soon - The Vine. Maybe this is what you saw?

Posted by linda on 09/14/2014 at 11:15 AM

Re: “The Weekly Open Thread: Fairest of the Pies Edition

this is off topic but since this is the open thread I always have to do that

I drove past a restaurant I hadn't seen before called VINE but now I cant recall where I saw it. anyone seen a new restaurant called Vine. I guess I could have seen it in Clarksville but im almost certain it would have been in nashville

Posted by Tee Lee on 09/14/2014 at 10:45 AM

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