Recent protests have put black-owned businesses in the spotlight, and it comes at a pivotal time — just as they begin reopening after the coronavirus closed down much of Nashville for several weeks.
The holiday season comes with memories of food. And for Tiffany Hancock, those memories included a lot of meat, eggs and dairy. “Sweet potato casseroles,” she recalls eating — and not just during the holidays. “You know, the fried chicken, the braised pork chops.” The only problem? In recent years, Hancock started eating vegan.
Listen / American restaurants tend to serve only the kinds of seafood diners are most familiar with. But that is proving to be environmentally unsustainable, and the industry is responding. Restauranteurs are embracing a movement to serve sustainable seafood — steering clear of fish that are caught in a damaging way, taking depleted species off […]
Listen / Staffing is the latest hurdle facing Nashville’s growing hospitality industry, which is set to add over 100 restaurants and more than 3,000 hotel rooms by the end of next year. A sparsely attended career fair at Music City Center on Tuesday reflects a much bigger problem facing the city.
Listen / For people in Nashville who keep Kosher, following Jewish dietary laws, there’s almost nowhere to dine out. One of the only Kosher-certified establishments was Woodlands, an Indian restaurant on West End — and that closed earlier this year. But now another business has decided to go through the extensive process: Avo, a vegan restaurant […]
The new owners of Nashville-based O’Charley’s have announced plans to sink as much as a quarter million dollars into each of their 213 stores. The prototype formally opened Wednesday in Franklin.