Traveller, Social media addict, bonne vivante.
Classic smokey Memphis-style bbq in the original location of the iconic Nashville eatery. They didn't get this big with lousy service and so-so bbq. You know it's going to be good! But what sets it apart, other than the sexy sign? For me, it's the variety. I had pork bbq on cornbread - two big corncakes (like pancakes) and that was a new one on me. Yum! They also have great value meals - the daily special for 5 bucks, or a meat and potatoes dinner for 3 bucks. Plus tons of sides to choose from. And they serve breakfast made-to-order! Service is friendly and speedy, tables are clean and stocked with four sauce choices. If you live in Nashville, I know it's on your to-do list. Check it off soon!
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I recommend Yellow Porch to friends and visitors. It's almost a well-kept secret, and we definitely don't want it turning touristy. Also, anyone who comes to visit me gets to go to Burger Republic, which I otherwise intend to keep as a secret.
Is this headline supposed to be clever? I'm not impressed.
Neither was I impressed by the East Nashville Hot Chicken Festival last year. All it really was was a Stand in a Line for Two Hours on a Hot Day Festival. Maybe, if you were lucky, you got some chicken. Skip the sweat fest and go straight to the source.
As John Jay Hooker (above) clearly demonstrates, identities are easily falsified online.
Does anyone even write a letter to the editor anymore? What happened to the Letters to the Editor editor? Can that position not transition into comment moderating? And, there are lots of creative ways that news sources are dealing with comments directly online, through commenter participation as well as moderators.
You have the right to free speech. You don't have a right to have your free speech published. That is entirely up to the publisher, whether in print or online. As long as banal dialog taking up otherwise useful space is what The Scene editors want to protect, they will have an abundance of anonymous/fake-named commenters.
Is that my friend Beth's left arm?
Bistro 360 - and Macke's - are the most elegant and peaceful places for lunch in the entire city.
There's just no such thing as "cool parents." Authoritarianism and cool are mutually exclusive. Once your kids are grown up they may say, "yeah, my folks are pretty cool," but that's the soonest it will happen.
But one time my oldest son when he was about 14 or 15 was telling me that he couldn't understand why some of his friends don't get along with their parents. "You and Dad are like my best friends," he said. That was a really cool day.
I'm so tired of lines at restaurants. I refuse to wait more than 5 minutes for any restaurant anymore. I drive by this restaurant on my way home from work every day and there are always people waiting outside. And there seems to be no designated parking, either. There are just too many other great options in the 12th South/Green Hills area for dining out. I suspect it'll be a while before I make my way into Burger Up. Doubt they'll miss me.
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