All posts by Lindsay

The Amerigo You Don’t Know

Amerigo has become a special restaurant to my family. It’s where my (now) husband first introduced me to his parents on his 29th birthday; it’s where he and I celebrated the night he accepted a new job; it’s where we had our rehearsal dinner the night before our wedding just ten weeks ago. Italian food and special occasions go together, especially at Amerigo.

Yet somehow, we had missed hearing about their Farm Dinners until recently. Somewhat of a best-kept secret despite being held regularly since 2012, this monthly series allows Chef Steven Robilio the chance to create new dishes – some Italian, some not – showcasing locally-sourced ingredients. The five-course dinner also features drink pairings for each dish, curated by General Manager Jonathan Parsons. And at a reasonable $50++ per person, the bang for your buck is pretty hard to beat.
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Giveaway: Music City Spirits and Cocktail Festival

Warmer weather and long sunny days mean it’s finally time for some of Nashville’s best food and spirit events. We are especially looking forward to the second annual Music City Spirits & Cocktail Festival, taking place April 30–May 3. Because one day is never enough! And since the only thing better than a cocktail is a free cocktail, keep reading to find out how you can win two passes to attend one of the festival events.

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Beyond Nashville: Cleveland, Lexington and Louisville

Last summer, I began planning several road trips for the fall. A few – okay, most – revolved around college football with one glaring exception: Ohio. But there was a force as strong as college football beckoning me to the Buckeye state and that force’s name is Beyoncé. Yes, I made a pilgrimage to see Queen Bey’s exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Luckily I was armed with a restaurant-heavy “to do” list to help this first-timer navigate the rest of Cleveland. More…

Fave Five: Soups

When the weather outside is frightful, a bowl of soup is always delightful. We scoured the city and chose our five favorite soups to warm up with on a chilly day! 

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Chauhan Ale & Masala House

A cold and blustery winter night got rather warm and spicy when our supper club convened at the recently-opened Chauhan Ale & Masala House, where high-concept Indian fare meets down-home southern hospitality. More…

Acme Feed and Seed

Acme Feed & Seed has only been open for weeks, but has quickly made waves for it’s unique concept and creative cuisine. We were excited to make our way downtown to see – and taste – for ourselves. Rachael had whetted our appetite with rave reviews of the pork griot, which she sampled the weekend before at the Music City Wine + Food Festival.

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First floor of Acme, where you’ll find a bar to your left and stage to the right.

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Fave Five: Perfect Pizzas

October is National Pizza Month, or as I call it, training camp for the upcoming winter holidays. Try one of our favorite pizzas to celebrate!

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Our Top Dish: the House Salad

We have been “supper clubbing” for two full years, and if you polled us on our favorite spots where we have gathered together in that time, there’s one meal that remains at the top of the list: the House Salad. This meal should be a pre-requisite to anyone who lives in Nashville and calls himself a “foodie.”

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Brunch with Josephine

On a recent rainy Saturday morning, Supper Club became Breakfast Club when we gathered for brunch at Josephine, the darling of 12th South and sister restaurant to Burger Up. Owned by Community Hospitality, Josephine opened in December to rave reviews.

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All Hail Saint Añejo

July supper club was called to order at Saint Añejo. Only opening this past spring, we were relieved if not overdue to finally make our way back to the Gulch to check it out.

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