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    Sounds amazing! If I weren't trying to avoid sugar, I'd try this in a heartbeat.
    Posted by Galyn Glick Martin

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    Maybe even just a little positive notice from the Scene might have made the difference in helping this place make it. Maybe instead of TWO lengthy pieces in the past few months raving about the totally vile and embarassing fake-ski lodge in 12 South.

    THIS was the cool, genuinely neighborhood place that you tried so hard to make that out to be (That place is a blight on its neighborhood, and belongs in a shopping mall if at all.)

    More places like this would continue to make Nashville a cooler and more interesting place.
    Posted by Nothanks

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    Loved Gene, that's why I went to this restaurant. Does anyone know the outcome of his lawsuit?
    Posted by Mark D. Thomas

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    I'm very familiar with Chef Herget's hearty embrace of a wide variety of food origins. I have been a fan of his culinary expertise since his days in Miami.
    Posted by savoytruffle

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    I worked at Nashville Bagel Company from 1994-1995. They closed in 1995, sadly.
    Posted by Jade Tribe

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    A peach variety I'd never seen or heard of, and which I now can't recall the name of. But it was good.
    Posted by Nicki P. Wood

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    The fast few years our market had garlic scapes. Now, for some reason they've become very popular and more difficult to get at times.
    Posted by james

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    Oh, and the JSOh So Good baked goods at West End & sometimes Donelson farmers markets. Scones, muffins, mini loaves.
    Posted by Nicki P. Wood

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    Really going to lean into the open thread theme and mention that I went to Jack Brown's in Germantown last Friday. I got the basic cheeseburger which was just bun, cheese, special sauce (definitely mayo, ketchup mustard, mix) and crinkle cut fries on the side.
    Posted by mike

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    Did anybody see pea tendrils (not sprouts) this spring? That's one of my favorite vegetables.
    Posted by Dana Kopp Franklin

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    Candy is not one of my go-to cravings, that would be the 3 C'S: chocolate, cookies and cake, but this still sounds amazing. Green tea kit kats and roly poly Russian bears, I call that a box o' yum.
    Posted by Kim

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    The Gold Rush was the site of my favorite ever random comment from someone at a neighboring table. Having overheard my group's conversation, this wide-eyed young thing asked: "Are you guys from Science Fiction?"
    Posted by pogo

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    Nicki--yes, the lemon cucumbers! I haven't seen any this year; I need to look some more places.

    Mike--I have heard mixed reviews about Jack Brown's.
    Posted by Lesley Eats

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    It's sad to see another great local hangout, such as Madeline's, have to close their doors, but there's certainly no need, NOTHANKS, to disparage other local restaurateur's concept &/or the Scene's decision to write about them. I'm sure you've been to Embers Ski Lodge to have such a negative view of it, but if not, I suggest you go & check it out!
    Posted by jackiedtn

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    The punch and swizzle drinks at Sinema are fantastic!
    Posted by Phillip@SouthernFATTY.com

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    Yes, I have been. It felt totally phoney and lame in every way, as most commenters on previous threads and this one seem to agree.

    Yes, they clearly know how to get publicity, I'll grant you that, but a neighborhood bar or great restaurant they are not.
    Posted by Nothanks

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