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Vol. IX Issue 2 - November-December 2018

THE PIONEER WOMAN

East Nashville food pioneer Margot McCormack on her namesake restaurant’s past and future Read More

THE PIONEER WOMAN

East Nashville food pioneer Margot McCormack on her namesake restaurant’s past and future

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COOKING A CULTURE OF COMMUNITY

In Lockeland Table, East Nashville has a friendly neighborhood hang with fine-dining sensibilities

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TEENIE WEENIE EAST SIDE DREAMIE

The little bus that could, I Dream of Weenie, is still the top dog of 5 Points

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SIGN OF THE TIMES (AND TEQUILA!)

Andrea Chaires guards her family legacy with wit and wisdom

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‘EAT DESSERT FIRST’

Sandra Austin and Kathy Leslie keep their mother’s memory, food, and philosophy alive at Shugga Hi Bakery & Café

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MAKING THE LIGHT GROW

The secret ingredient at Indian-Italian restaurant eDESIa? Love.

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THE SCIENCE OF SPIRITS

East Sider Bruce Boeko made the leap from forensics to fermentation with Nashville Craft Distillery

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BRINGING THE MIDDLE EAST TO EAST NASHVILLE

Hrant Arakelian and Liz Endicott bring deep Nashville roots and Middle Eastern flavors to Lyra

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FAMILY TREEHOUSE

A longtime landmark in 5 Points, Treehouse remains a center of creativity

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SIMPLY SWEET

Almost 15 years in, Sweet 16th Bakery is a Lockeland Springs institution

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THE EAST NASHVILLE COOKBOOK

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Editor’s Letter

The East Side food renaissance

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Astute OBSERVATIONS

A sentimental journey of East Side eating

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HISTORY Channeled

Pop a Top Again - Edgefield Sports Bar & Grill’s kept the drinks flowing and burgers sizzling for a long, long time

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East of NORMAL

A Godzilla of eateries, worthy of outsized love

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Matters of Development

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Know your Neighbor:

Melissa Corbin

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Artist in Profile: Summer Triangle Pottery

Co-writing the hits with Nashville’s chefs

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Bookish

O Come, All Ye Readers

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