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    I've had 5 meals here and have yet to have a bad one.......

    Ps: writer: try the fish for 4....when you have a table of 10....four people might agree....
    Posted by James

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    Ms Lassiter, Please visit a Title 1 school and see if it is the same. My wife teaches at one and I have been there multiple times.
    Posted by KC

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    i send a custom assortment of French Broad Chocolate truffles to my aunt & uncle every year; they're beautiful & delicious. for hostess gifts i purchased hand-stamped tea towels from The Nashville Food Project and candles from Music City Suds.
    Posted by loveandnachos

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    To be clear, Double Dogs is a "small chain" owned by Rafferty's. And the food is just as bad, all frozen Sysco junk served up in spaces that have all the charm of a Best Buy TV department.
    Posted by Lame Chains

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    File this under "nobody asked, but..."
    Last year's soiree was a big dud - they ran a contest for ugliest sweater, and took pictures as people came and went *if you reminded them* and then apparently awarded the owners' friends the goods because they were still there at the end. or that's how it seemed when you looked at the pics posted later.
    Posted by S L

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    I'm taking home a pound of Darryl Bro's boudin.
    Posted by Mahatma Grundy

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    I have dined at Le Sel twice and had two delicious meals! Didn't think the chicken was over salted at all.
    Posted by HopeThisPlaceStays

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    I'm sure he's a nice guy in person, but I can't stand his persona on the tube...
    Posted by Vegan Paula Dean

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    The noise level in alleged "fine dining" restaurants in Nashville has gotten out of hand. Some adults actually attempt to engage in conversation in this town.
    Posted by Talks and Eats at the Same Time

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    Mom, my sister, and one other are all getting The Cheese Knife...!

    [edit: also giving out a couple of one-handed pepper mills]
    Posted by a yam what a yam

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    I've been eating healthy food for about 3 years and had chronic acne the entire time and ever since I started pulling my acne has gone away. Quit being such a Debbie downer since your only writing this discussing "waste".
    Posted by Olivia Quimby

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    I thought Bitester hot chicken fans might like to see this very comprehensive guide for where to get your fix while traveling outside of Nashville: http://www.foodrepublic.com/2015/12/17/theā€¦ The author, George Embiricos is a friend of mine who's a great food writer and a Vandy grad, so his hot chicken bona fides are pretty secure.
    Posted by Chris Chamberlain

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    Definitely in the craft beer end of the market here and your growler station idea is a good one, though my stocking strategy so far has also included some bombers plus both 4- & 6-packs (bottles & cans). I would point out that growlers can also be filled at any of the brewery taprooms around town.
    Posted by pogo

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    Really enjoyed this article. My office is in the Loews building - and I can say that Mason's is a great restaurant and bar and worth every dime.
    Posted by Geoff Little

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    It's happening here plenty, sadly. The case of Revelator Coffee is pretty instructive to how people are trying to engineer faux local, boutique operations that are really nothing of the sort.

    Revelator claims to be "Born in New Orleans" which is really nothing more than a front for venture capital backed nonsense cynically targeting the supposedly unsophisticated, untapped South.
    Posted by Faux Local

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    I live in the same building as one of the more popular "farm to table" restaurants in town. The Sysco truck is parked out front along with a local vegetable farm's truck making deliveries many mornings as I leave for work.
    Posted by MissBeth

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    I have to point out that Sysco does indeed sell prepared foods that can be heat n serve, but they ALSO sell lots and lots and lots of other things, from pantry staples to cleaning products to dishes. You can set up an entire restaurant, stem to stern, from Sysco while still getting your produce, meat, etc. from your favorite properly hip organic microfarms.
    Posted by TL Ferrell

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    This is a little related to my objection to "homemade." Oh really?
    Posted by Barbara Please

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    Mario "I serve you pork when you order veal" Ferrari would be so proud.

    Stacy Harris
    Publisher/Executive Editor
    Stacy's Music Row Report
    http://stacyharris.com
    Posted by Stacy Harris

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    ginger ale on ice
    Posted by bs

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