For several years now, I’ve been eating and drinking my way through town, checking out the newest hot spots and also stumbling upon hidden gems. As many of you know, a big reason I even began blogging was to share these experiences with others in hopes that some of my discoveries would make you as happy as they’ve made me. Well, today I’m sharing one of those smile-inducing finds with you.
Recently Expedia Viewfinder challenged me to learn more about my city through a new culinary experience, so I’ve partnered with them to highlight a fun, informative, and very delicious journey through East Nashville — the Walk Eat Nashville food tour.
When former Tennessean reporter Karen-Lee Ryan told me that she was launching this new business, I was thrilled. You see, after participating in a few tours of this type in other cities, I’ve often come back home inspired, believing that someone here should really be doing the same thing.
From what I knew of Karen-Lee, she had the enthusiasm and the knowledge to create something great, and even though I thought that, I was still blown away by just how awesome the tour turned out to be!
Marché’s Butternut Squash and Farro Salad with fennel, currants, arugula, feta & white balsamic vinaigrette; Apple and Brie Tartine drizzled with honey
So exactly what is a walking food tour? Well, you walk, and you eat. It’s that simple, yet so much more.
The Walk Eat Nashville tour currently offers two routes, both based in East Nashville, but with plans to expand into other areas of town in the future. There is a Thursday tour at 1:30 p.m. and a Friday one at 11 a.m. Each route has six stops, and covers about 1.5 miles over 2.5 hours. At those six stops, you do tastings at artisan shops and restaurants, all while listening to stories about the business from the owners or the management. When you’re not busy eating or drinking, you’re walking the lovely tree-lined streets of East Nashville while Karen-Lee relays fascinating historical facts about that part of town, most of which I never even knew.
Please note that when I say “tastings”, you shouldn’t envision tiny nibbles. The portions at each stop are substantial enough that this will serve as your lunch for the day. While Thursday and Friday have a different mix of businesses, rest assured that you will not be disappointed in any of them. Karen-Lee has done an incredible job of partnering with the best of the best.
To give you an idea of what to expect, I’ll walk you through what my tour entailed, starting from our first stop to our last.
Stop 1: Marché Artisan Foods
After meeting up with the group in front of Margot, we all walked together down the street to one of my favorite brunch spots, Marché, a European-style cafe and marketplace. They were expecting us, so a table was waiting and Karen-Lee ordered for the group to expedite our visit. We shared apple and brie tartines and a butternut squash and farro salad, both of which were scrumptious seasonal dishes.
Stop 2: Five Points Pizza
A short two-block walk, and we found ourselves at Five Points Pizza. While enjoying a slice, I was reminded exactly why this place has been voted Best Pizza in Nashville three years in a row in the Nashville Scene “Best of” Reader’s Poll.
Stop 3: Lockeland Table
The longer 5-6 block walk to our next stop was welcome since, at this point, my belly was getting full. It needed a little rest.
At Lockeland Table, owners Cara Graham and Chef Hal Holden-Bache greeted us. Since the restaurant is only open for dinner service, and we were there midday, we had the entire place to ourselves, and were able to leisurely sip a tasty Southern Girl cocktail. The chef brought out a few small bites for us to sample too while he and Cara both shared with us some interesting stories regarding the history of the building and their beginning.
Cara Graham, owner and GM of Lockeland Table, pours cocktails for the Walk Eat Nashville group
Stop 4: High Garden
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, then you probably know that I don’t drink tea. I don’t like it. Believe me, I’ve tried. On more occasions than I care to count, I’ve taken sips of various teas when people attempt to change my mind. Nothing has swayed me.
Based on this fact, as you can imagine, I wasn’t super excited about visiting High Garden, an old fashioned apothecary style herb and tea shop. But, I always try to keep an open mind, and this is one of those instances where that paid off.
The word “enjoyed” doesn’t adequately describe how I felt about this stop. I truly fell in love with this little place that specializes in unique hand prepared herbal infusions. I suppose those are the magic words – herbal infusions. I may still not like normal teas, but I have discovered that I adore some of the herbal infusions created here. In fact, as I type this I’m sipping on Autumn Apple, a mixture of hibiscus, chamomile, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg.
Stop 5: Chocolate F/X
Tucked back in a corner of the Shoppes on Fatherland was Chocolate F/X, a unique little chocolate shop where we got to sample truffles, which is never a bad thing. Fun fact: the owner left a career in special effects makeup to become a chocolatier, so you may see some very unique creations here.
Stop 6: Bongo Java Coffee Shop
We concluded the day’s journey at Bongo Java, where we were offered coffee and a Las Paletas. Since it was late in the day, I passed on the caffeine but I certainly wasn’t going to pass up an opportunity to cool off with one of those delightful gourmet Mexican popsicles — a perfectly sweet ending to a fabulous tour!
My new love, High Garden Tea
As I hope you can see, I thoroughly enjoyed the Walk Eat Nashville tour and look forward to going back and doing it again, particularly when I have out of town guests visiting. A fantastic way to try out several places in one trip, this is great for tourists and locals alike! Cost is $49 per person and advance reservations are required by calling 615-587-6138 or booking online.
For those of you traveling to our fair city, you can learn even more about what to do when visiting Nashville by clicking here.
Chef Tony’s Holiday Pie Class
Thursday, November 13th
6 – 8 pm
604 Gallatin Ave.
Nashville, TN 37206
Cost: $30 (includes class, recipes, pie samples and a complimentary cocktail)
This Thursday, November 13th, Chef Tony Galzin is hosting a holiday pie class at POP Nashville! I don’t know about you, but now that Halloween is behind me, I’ve definitely starting thinking about my Thanksgiving and Christmas menus.
You may remember me talking about Chef Tony previously. When he moved here from Chicago in 2012, he was the Pastry Chef at Flyte, and that same year was named best pastry chef in Nashville by Nashville Lifestyles magazine. There’s no doubt he’s the perfect teacher for pie making! At the class, Tony will demonstrate techniques for making crust, fillings, and baking tips. He’ll even throw in a few tips on what to do with leftover turkey, something we all could use. Hurry and get your tickets now before they’re all gone!
Photo credit: pie photo courtesy of Pop Nashville event website
Local Fest @ the Mansion
Saturday, November 15th
10 am – 4 pm
Dinner @ the Mansion
Saturday, November 15th
5 pm – 9 pm
(cocktail hour begins at 4 pm)
1833 Welcome Lane
Nashville, TN 37206
A community event celebrating Nashville’s farmers, artisans, and purveyors, Local Fest @ the Mansion will have live music, food trucks, local craft brews & spirits, lawn games, and artisan vendor tents set up on the Historic Riverwood Mansion grounds. And it’s totally free to get in!
That evening, a 6-course dinner with drink pairings by Local Chefs Trey Cioccia (The Farmhouse), Edgar Pendley (Urban Grub), Carey Bringle (Peg Leg Porker), and Debbie Sutton (8 Lavender Lane) will benefit the On Target 4 Vets non-profit organization.
A VIP cocktail hour with specialty drinks and hors d’oeuvres will begin at 4 pm, and seating for dinner will begin at 5pm. For more information and to purchase tickets for the dinner, visit the Local Fest website.
On my most recent trip to Chicago, I had some of the best meals I’ve encountered there in quite some time. Every meal was excellent and each very different from the other. I would highly recommend any/all of these for your next visit to the Windy City!
For those of you that may not have been following my blog for long, here’s a little background on me and Chicago: I love this city. One of my very best friends lives here. I’ve visited Chicago at least once every year since 1996. In recent years, my visits have become more frequent, and now I typically come at least 2-3 times a year.
So that’s that.
My friend Libby loves food as much as I do, so I never have to worry about doing too much (if any) research beforehand on where to go; I just put my trust in her, and she never steers me wrong.
Gnocchi at Bottlefork Chicago
441 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60654
This time my only request was that we didn’t do all American-type food, as I was craving some ethnic eats that I can’t really get much of in Nashville. That said, she’d really been wanting to take me to Bottlefork, which serves “New American” cuisine, and I was happy to go along knowing that we’d get a little more adventurous the next couple of nights.
Pork belly, cocktail and octopus & spam at Bottlefork
Well, once again, Lib knew what she was doing. This meal was so delicious, hearty, and satisfying. The Potato gnocchi with butternut squash, wild mushrooms and fresh goat cheese was out of this world!
Oh, and the cider braised pork belly on mustard greens and sweet potato puree? I would like to eat it at least once a week. The pork belly was perfection. Fatty, but not too fatty. Incredible. Then there was the grilled octopus and house made spam with brussels sprout kimchee and sugar snap peas. Brussels sprout kimchee is my new favorite. For real.
After that, we were completely stuffed, but of course had to order some ridiculous (in a good way) soft serve sundae with pretzel crumbs, caramel, chocolate fudge and a sweet stout to finish off the evening. I mean, how could we not?
118 W Grand Ave
Chicago, IL 60654
Peruvian!!! I was so excited about this meal. Described as being influenced by the Incas as well as Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish immigrants, Peruvian food is a cuisine I rarely eat, but always love when I do.
You know a meal is going to be great when the free bites they give you to start are out-of-this-world. I went a little nuts and ate WAY too many of the plantain chips that are served with a creamy aji amarillo (bright orange Peruvian chile) dip. They were just so addictive I could. not. stop.
Anyway, despite eating too many of those, I made room for everything else that was put in front of me. The Pulpo Anticucho, a traditional Peruvian street-food skewer made up of tender octopus that’s marinated in olive oil and garlic, was perhaps my favorite dish of the night. Served over potatoes, sprinkled with fried garlic chips, then drizzled with olive sauce, it was one of the best octopus preparations I’ve ever had.
Nekei, Chi Jau Kay Marino, and cocktail at Tanta Chicago
From the Tiraditos* section of the menu (*peruvian style sashimi) we ordered the “Nekei”: ahi tuna, passion fruit leche de tigre, and honey with chifa sauce. The flavors were so vibrant, and it was a nice light dish in the middle of our meal since, as I’ve already divulged, I ate WAY too many plantain chips.
On our server’s suggestion, from the Del Chifa* section of the menu (*Chifa refers to Chinese cooking, in which Peruvian and Chinese ingredients are fused to cantonese culinary tradition. Source: Wikipedia) we ordered the Chi Jau Kay Marino, a shrimp crusted mahi with soybean & sesame sauce over vegetable fried rice. I can’t say this is something I probably would have chosen from the menu by the description alone, but OMG. I am sooooo happy he suggested it.
We were completely blown away by this dish. It’s too bad that it didn’t photograph well, because I need you to understand how amazing it was, and my sad little picture doesn’t reflect that!
820 W Lake St
Chicago, IL 60607
Momotaro is the newest restaurant from The Boka Restaurant Group which also has a couple of my other Chicago favorites, Girl & the Goat and GT Fish & Oyster. In fact, the new Japanese restaurant was only 1 day old when I visited, which makes my experience even more impressive.
We ordered so much food at this meal that I can’t even begin to go into it all – partly because I can’t remember what everything was called! But, I can tell you what my absolute favorites were.
First, the Hamachi Tuna Roll (seen in upper left corner) – tuna, satsuma orange ponzu, serrano chili, and shallot all stuffed inside of a crispy wonton wrapper. This was so good that we ended up getting three (yes 3!) orders.
Toro Tartare at Momotaro Chicago
The dish that was mind blowing in its presentation was the Toro Tartare: beautiful red bits of tuna and sweet red onion garnished with a ginger blossom and wasabi sauce, served atop a slab of ice. Again, I wish my photos did it justice.
Toro Tartare and sushi at Momotaro Chicago
A couple of other standouts were the Smoked Bacon and Eggs – soy marinated quail eggs, bliss maple syrup (photo upper left corner) and the Kurunchi Wasabi Salad – tempura flakes, pickled beets, creamy wasabi dressing (photo upper right corner). That salad. There are no words. I am determined to recreate it at home. How had I never thought to make wasabi dressing?? Genius.
For dessert, they all sounded so unique that we couldn’t choose just one, and it was my last night in town, so why not go all out, right? The Waka Momo was baby green peaches served on a bed of whipped tofu with almond pralines. While it didn’t blow me away, it certainly was interesting and I’m glad we got to try it. On the other hand, the Soy Milk Custard with huckleberry jam and brown butter financier was definitely one of the best parts of the entire meal! I think Libby and I are probably both still dreaming of it.
Taste of Nashville
Friday, November 7th, 2014
7 pm – 1 am
601 4th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203
Cost: $65 general admission; $100 VIP
There are so many food events and festivals these days that it’s hard to decide which ones to go to. Personally, I think this one should be on your “must” list!
Taste of Nashville, hosted by the The Phoenix Club and benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee and Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee, is a gathering of some of the best restaurants, food purveyors, bars and beverage creators that our fine city has to offer.
Seriously, when I see names like Etch, Sinema, Biscuit Love, Moto, Union Common, Acme Feed & Seed, Silo, Treehouse, and Martin’s BBQ on the list, I have no doubt that it’s going to be good! And that’s not even a fraction of the vendors that will be in attendance. To see the full list, click here.
To purchase tickets, visit the Evenbrite ticketing page. But before you go and do that, perhaps you’d like to try your luck at winning a pair of tickets to the event?
I’ve got not just one, but two sets of tickets to give away to next week’s Taste of Nashville!
~ Contest Closed ~
And the winners are…..
#65 Sarah Woodruff
To enter, all you have to do is this:
1. Leave a comment telling me which of the restaurants/bars you’re most excited to try at the event.
For an additional entry, you can do the following. Note: You must leave a separate comment for this entry.
2. Follow me on Twitter (@betheats) and tweet “Next Friday is @TasteofNash and @betheats has tickets to give away! http://bit.ly/1zEDvoz ”, then leave a comment telling me you’ve done so.
Contest ends on Saturday, November 1st at noon CDT. Once the winners are chosen, I’ll make contact via email and post the names here on the blog. If they don’t respond within 48 hours, I’ll be forced to choose others, so be sure to check your email!
As many of you know, we’ve got a pretty active food blogger community here in Nashville. When my friends Lindsay, Leah and I decided to create an organized group a few years ago, there were only about 20 of us that we knew of. Since Nashville Food Bloggers was born, we’ve grown to over 100 members! It has been such a great experience getting to know many of the bloggers, and I’m continually impressed with how talented many of them are.
Which leads me here. There is one newer member of our group that I haven’t had a chance to meet personally yet, but I’m certainly looking forward to the day I do. Caitlin Weeks, aka Grass Fed Girl, is a native of Nashville, and currently splits her time between here and San Francisco. She and her husband (who is a professional chef), just wrote a cookbook with Certified Nutrition Consultant and New York Times bestelling author Diane Sanfilippo.
They will be discussing and signing Mediterranean Paleo Cooking in Cool Springs tomorrow, which is also the first day the book is available for purchase!
Authors Caitlin Weeks, Nabil Boumrar, and Diane Sanfilippo
Discussion and Signing of Mediterranean Paleo Cooking
Tuesday, October 28th at 7 pm
Barnes and Noble – Cool Springs
1701 Mallory Ln, Brentwood, TN 37027
Caitlin sent me a review copy, so I’ve been devouring the book for the past few days. As you can see from the photo below, I’ve already marked several recipes that I can’t wait to try!
While I don’t follow a paleo diet*, I do like the concept. Personally, I feel better when I eliminate processed foods, grains and refined sweeteners from my diet, so even if I don’t go at it hard core, I do like to eat that way as much as possible. After seeing all of these interesting recipes, who knows? Maybe I will go all in! Do any of you follow a Paleo plan? Would love to know your thoughts if you’re tried it.
For more information on the signing, click here. To see a preview of the book, click here.
*Paleo Diet: a diet based on the types of foods presumed to have been eaten by early humans, consisting chiefly of meat, fish, vegetables, and fruit, and excluding dairy or grain products and processed food.
We all know that Nashville’s culinary scene is exploding, and I’m thrilled that my favorite food magazine, Bon Appétit, has noticed too!
This year Bon Appétit is bringing their very popular Grub Crawl to our fair city… and it’s happening THIS weekend! Tickets to the crawl have been sold out for months, but guess who has a pair of them to give away!?!?!
That’s right. I was able to get my hands on 2 tickets that one of you lovely people get to use for the first crawl of the day that begins at 11 a.m. on Saturday. (pssst, I’ll be on this crawl too!)
You’ll have the opportunity to stop at several restaurants, meet the chefs and masterminds behind the food & beverages at each of the stops, and of course, eat and drink along the way. The tickets grant you access to the Closing Party at 9pm at Rosewall as well.
The stops for this particular crawl include (if you want more details, click here)-
11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
11 a.m. – begin at Pinewood Social
Robert’s Western World
9 p.m. Closing party at Rosewall
At the closing party, you’ll enjoy live music + food & drinks by Kayne Prime, The Rosewall, Virago, 404 Kitchen, The Sutler, and Urban Grub.
~ Contest Closed ~
And the winner is…..
To enter, all you have to do is this:
1. Leave a comment telling me which of the restaurants/bars on the crawl you’re most excited to visit and learn more about.
For an additional entry, you can do the following. Note: You must leave a separate comment for this entry.
2. Follow me on Twitter and tweet “The Nashville @bonappetit grub crawl is this Saturday & @betheats has tickets to give away! http://bit.ly/1uG44l6 ”, then leave a comment telling me you’ve done so.
There’s a short entry window for this one, so hurry and get your comment in. Contest ends on Thursday, October 23rd at 5 p.m. CDT. Once the winner is chosen, I’ll make contact via email and post the name here on the blog. If they don’t respond within 24 hours, I’ll be forced to choose another, so be sure to check your email!
Yep, that’s a boot wall.
There are so many new spots opening in Nashville these days, it’s hard to keep up, isn’t it? Slowly but surely I’m attempting to visit all of the best ones so I can report back on my favorites.
One that I wasn’t so slow to check out for the first time was The Sutler. In fact, I was there having a cocktail on the very first day, at the very first minute their doors opened to the public in early September. Yep, I was a little excited about it.
Years ago I frequented The Sutler when it was what I considered a dive bar on 8th Avenue. Originally opened in 1976 (I may be old, but that definitely wasn’t the year I was hanging out there), the spot was a music venue/restaurant/bar, and a beloved hangout for local musicians. When it closed in 2005, many mourned. I’m sure they’re now doing a happy dance since owners Austin Ray (ML Rose) and Joe Parkes Jr have resurrected a re-imagined version of the original.
With more than 8,000 square feet of space on two levels in the historic Melrose theater building, there’s a little something for everyone.
A dark, cozy space with a multitude of seating areas – there’s even one with a fireplace! – their “cellar” is likely where you’ll often find me holed up sipping cocktails this winter.
The Cellar at The Sutler
The upstairs bar is brighter, louder (in a good way) and livelier. With a stage at the front of the room, and roomful of tables, it’s a prime spot for not only drinking and socializing, but also dining.
Chef Nick Seabergh has built a fantastic menu around a hickory smoker and wood-fired grill. There are a lot of decadent items great for soaking up all the booze, but there are also a few lighter options if you’re not in the mood to indulge. Or you can do what I did on a recent visit and create a perfectly balanced meal of spicy fried chicken and healthy veggies.
The Sutler’s Veggies Grilled, Veggies Raw, and Nashville Hot Nuggets
The “Nashville Hot Nuggets” are buttermilk battered chicken thighs, livers, and gizzards served on texas toast with Alabama white sauce. This girl LOVES chicken gizzards and AL white sauce, so when I saw those listed, I certainly couldn’t pass it up. Add to that a plate of the “Veggies Grilled” with a pimento-thyme gastrique, and “Veggies Raw” with whipped herb chevre, and the meal was complete.
I absolutely adore the raw vegetable preparation- probably one of the most impressive vegetable dishes I’ve had. Will certainly be ordering it again and again.
~UPDATE 2/21/15~ As I’ve now had a few months to eat my way through almost the entire menu at The Sutler, I wanted to offer up an update to you, listing my absolute favorite dishes. Some of these have been surprises to me, so I definitely want to steer you toward them to ensure you don’t miss out!
Fried Pickle Bash – spicy kosher dill pickle chips, green tomatoes and lemon slices (yes, lemon slices! These aren’t mentioned on the menu, but I’ve encountered them more than once, so I don’t know if they always put them in there, but if/when they do, they’re amazing!) with tabasco remoulade
Sweet Potato Hummus – sweet potato tahini, pecan sage pesto, marinated cotija, grilled tortillas. Please don’t pass this one up like I did so many times early on. It is delicious!!!
Bob Hitt Grilled Cheese – 5 Tennessee cheeeses, broadbent’s bacon, tomato raspberry dunk. Decadent. Fun fact: I worked at Broadbent’s as a teenager, and Mrs. Broadbent was my home room teacher in middle school!
Brussels Sprouts Hash – crispy leaves, creme fraiche whipped yukons, crunchy cheddar-jack crumbles, shallot chips. Sooooo good I can hardly stand it!
Veggies Raw - shaved market vegetables, whipped herbed belle chevre, citrus, texas olive oil. I know I mentioned this one in my original post, but I love it so much I need to mention it again. I will always order these when I go to The Sutler. Always.
Veggies Raw at The Sutler
In addition to the regular menu, just this weekend The Sutler introduced “Grass Fed Sundays”. Each Sunday from 4:30 to 10:00 p.m., there will be family-style rotating dinner with drink specials and live bluegrass music. Designed to feed four to six people, each supper will feature a main dish and three sides for a set price.
This past Sunday, my little family and some friends feasted on Tennessee Hickory Smoked “Beast” Loaf (fresh ground pork shoulder and beef wrapped in bacon), caramelized brussels sprouts, loaded mac & cheese, and pork fat fries. Yes, I know. I definitely was not counting calories at that meal.
If you’ve got young ones, you know it’s not easy to go out often, so this Sunday supper is a great option that the whole family can enjoy. As you can see, the kiddos (and the adults) were pretty impressed with the action on the stage!
The Winner is….
Tired of hearing me ramble on about it and just want to go try it for yourself? Well, here’s your chance to do so for free! I’ve got a Sutler dinner for TWO* to give away!
To enter, all you have to do is this:
1. Leave a comment telling me if you’d ever been to the old Sutler, and a memory from those days – OR – if you’ve recently checked out the new Suttler, what you love most about. Haven’t been to the old or the new? No problem. Just let me know how much you really want to go!
For up to 2 additional entries, you can do either or both of the following. Note: You must leave a separate comment for each optional entry.
2. Follow The Sutler on Twitter (@thesutler) and tweet “I want to win dinner for 2 at @thesutler from @betheats! Don’t you? http://bit.ly/1vw0cZn”, then leave a comment telling me you’ve done so.
3. Like The Sutler on Facebook and come back and tell me you did so (or just tell me you already do if that’s the case!)
Contest ends on Sunday, October 19th at noon CDT. Once the winner is chosen, I’ll make contact via email and post the name here on the blog. If they don’t respond within 48 hours, I’ll be forced to choose another, so be sure to check your email!
*Gift card, $75 value
2600 Franklin Pike #109
Nashville, TN 37204
Open Daily 4:30 pm – Late
Some of you may already be familiar with Juice Bar in Brentwood. I know I’d heard great things for a few months before I actually had a chance to get down there and check it out for myself.
Back in the summer when I was traveling a lot and eating rather poorly, I started to feel really run down. I knew it was time to do something to gain back a little energy, so when they offered to let me try their 3-day cleanse, I jumped at the chance. It was just what I needed to reboot!
Since Brentwood is a bit of a haul for me, I was pretty excited to learn that they would soon be opening a new location in Berry Hill, much closer to my own neck of the woods. It took longer than planned (what construction doesn’t?), but I’m happy to announce that Juice Bar Berry Hill is now open for business.
While I love a good juice cleanse, I know it’s not for everyone, so I want to make sure to point out that Juice Bar offers much more than juice cleanses (but if you’re interested in learning more on those, this link will provide the what’s and how’s).
Last week when I visited the new Berry Hill shop, I got to sample lots of goodies including a quinoa salad, kale chips, spring rolls, ginger shots, and smoothies. A couple of my favorite smoothies were the Mint to Be (mint, mango, pineapple, coconut milk, apple juice) and the Smooth Beet (beets, carrots, apples, pineapple, lemon, ginger, mint). I’ve actually been craving a Mint to Be for two days now, so I need to get back over there soon to satisfy this craving!
Considered an “express” location, there isn’t a lot of seating, but it’s perfect for grabbing a healthy bite to eat on the run. Which, if you’re anything like me, is awesome because rarely do I have time to sit down and eat a real meal in the middle of the day. Sadly, I often skip lunch altogether, which I know is a terrible thing to do. I’m looking forward to changing that bad habit by stopping into Juice Bar and filling my body full of nutrients in just a few short minutes.
For those of you not near Brentwood or Berry Hill, keep your ears open, as more Juice Bar locations are coming soon… Germantown and Franklin on the horizon!
522 Heather Place
Nashville, TN 37204
M-F – 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Sat – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Sun – closed