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Where does Kristin Cavallari spend her time in #Nashville? Click through for a few of her favorite local spots. ⬇️ (EiO & THE HIVE, 5th & Taylor, L.A. Jackson, Frothy Monkey, and Cafe Roze make the cut!)
...outpost will open this fall in Germantown in a new development at the corner of Van Buren and Adams streets. According to the most recent announcement, the cuisine promises to focus on “a unique...This article has 1 other Nashville location (Show)
...of pop-ups later this week: March 8-9 at Caviar & Bananas in Midtown at 2031 Broadway. From 5-9 p.m. both nights, O-Ku will take over the small plates...
The restaurant — which is planned for a three-building project at the corner of Van Buren and Adams streets — sources “rare and unique seafood” from fish markets in Tokyo and Hawaii alongside locally sourced ingredients, according to its website.This article has 1 other Nashville location (Show)
...items at a pop-up dinner held March 8 and 9 at Caviar & Bananas at 2031 Broadway. O-Ku will take over the restaurant’s small plates menu from 5 p.m...
No stranger to Nashville diners from stints working as chef de cuisine at 5th & Taylor and in the kitchens of Bastion and Josephine, Gorman has quietly earned a reputation as...
Hi neighbors! As part of our February Salemtown Neighborhood Nashville meeting, we will have a representative from Metro's planning department and a member of Transit for Nashville come to speak and hold a Q+A for neighbors on the city's transit proposal. We are opening this meeting up to our friends and neighbors in Germantown Nashville so as many folks as possible can take advantage of this opportunity to come getting their questions answered on the proposal. The meeting will be this coming Monday, February 26th at 6 PM at Industrial Strength Marketing (1401 5th Ave N). The transit portion will begin around 6:15 or so. Additional agenda items for SNNA'ers will include crime update via our policy liaison and update on the 2018 SNNA events calendar. Hope to see you there!
Our Customer Service Center is closed today in observance of the President’s Day holiday. You can still pay your bill online, using our automated phone system, or at our 24-hour kiosk outside our customer lobby at 1700 3rd Ave N. If you have a water emergency, our dispatchers are available by phone at 615-862-4600 or email at email@example.com.