Nashville Restaurants and Food
We've noticed a trend on the blog. Traffic spikes significantly when big events come to town. So, for those basketball fans and radio folks in town this week- welcome to Music City. If you're staying downtown take a look at the right hand side of the screen. You'll see a label for downtown that will pull up just restaurants within walking distance of most downtown hotels. If you want to see our choices for the top spots over the last couple of years, check out the label marked "Top 3" that gives our top three new restaurants for each season. Have fun and enjoy your dining!
We prepared for the rest of our voyage with a spicy meal from Swagruha. They tell us the Brentwood location is still in the works for May.
We finished this shopping trip down at the Bangkok Market, just south of 100 Oaks and the Regal Cinemas and tucked away in a business park at 3207 Powell Avenue. Thanks to Lannae Long and her excellent blog for the tip. She says in her blog that it's a former design business and the decor certainly reflects such. This may be the most stylish grocery shopping in Nashville. Everything is laid out with care and there is actually a pretty good selection of Asian and International groceries and even books and gifts. We picked up a Thai sweet sausage and some jicama.
The Oscars themselves were fairly boring this year, despite the best attempts of James Franco and Anne Hathaway. We did have an excellent mish-mash spread of interesting tastes from all over the Mediterranean (the Veggie Eater made olive hummus) and into Asia. Great food always helps make Oscar Night a good time.