Nashville Lifestyles Magazine

A Storybook Feast

In a city jam-packed with dining options, it’s surprising to see a line of people waiting outside for a restaurant table. But there they were, about 25 folks, standing outside Once Upon a Time in France early on a frigid Saturday night. The tiny bistro was just a few weeks old but the anticipation had been building. The crowds descended quickly, and that night, unless we’d arrived when the doors opened an hour earlier, we were going to have to wait.

What’s luring lines of diners

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Nashville Lifestyles Magazine

Nashville Lifestyles Magazine1 min lettiMedical
FITNESS & WORKOUT SPOTLIGHT
The discipline and movement of a regular Pilates practice can benefit everyone, regardless of age, fitness level, or pain threshold. Both challenging and safe, Pilates delivers a unique blend of strength and flexibility; a resistance-based, low-impac
Nashville Lifestyles Magazine1 min letti
Spotlight
Practice Makes Perfect Chris Young gives back to his alma mater with a new live entertainment venue on the Middle Tennessee State University campus. >>> ■
Nashville Lifestyles Magazine1 min lettiCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Winter Cocktails
3 ounces of Walker’s Honeysuckle Sour Mix3 ounces of Belle Meade Bourbon1 Tbsp. of Nashville Jam Co. Apple Bourbon jamOptional: Walker’s raw sugar rim, cinnamon, fresh apple slice Rim a rocks glass with raw sugar and cinnamon, then add ice. In a cock