East Nashville locals have always had a soft spot for Mad Donna’s, but there’s even more to like now that the kitchen’s new management team has rolled out a new menu. We had the chance to drop by a few nights ago and try out some of the new dishes for ourselves, and if that [...]
If you’re looking for a place to bring your friends for a unique dinner experience without leaving East Nashville, consider an evening at The Good Wife Supper Club. The neighborhood’s first supper club is the brainchild of Avon Lyons, a native Nashvillian who has logged a lot of miles pursuing her love of food since [...]
As if East Nashvillians didn’t already have enough to be thankful for, there’s more great news from the neighborhood: we’ll be getting our very own beer festival early next year. The man behind the new East Nashville Beer Festival is Matt Leff, an East Nashville resident who says he was inspired to create the new [...]
Are you the one all your friends ask to do the cooking when there’s a big neighborhood get-together? Has your spouse stopped cooking altogether because you’re so good in the kitchen? Or, maybe, are you a diva restaurateur who thinks that the world will stop spinning if it doesn’t get a taste of your latest [...]
East Nashville has a new way to beat the summer heat. Izzie’s Ice is owned by Eastside sisters Alice Carpenter and Elizabeth Gammans and serves up all-natural Italian Ice made fresh daily.
As much as we love our local restaurants here at the East Nashville Blog, we also love to cook at home and will be bringing you more recipes from our own kitchens this spring and summer. Since we’re omnivores we know that some of you won’t be able to enjoy a large number of the [...]
There aren’t any whopping entrees with whopping prices on the Silly Goose menu. Instead there are salads, sandwiches, wraps, and the main draw, couscous. There’s plenty of vegetarian-friendly fare available, with eggplant and portobello dominating many of those offerings. The dishes are made with fresh ingredients from local purveyors. But best of all, there’s not a single item on the menu that goes for more than ten dollars. At Silly Goose, you can eat fresh and healthy without breaking your wallet.
Tuesday, April 27th is a big day for Nashville foodies, as the eighth annual Dining Out For Life event descends on our fair city. Local eateries participating in the event will donate a portion of your bill to Nashville CARES, Tennessee’s leading community-based AIDS service organization.