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The Nashville Restaurant Industry in Nashville is constantly growing and changing with amazing new dishes to try and places to Insta. We have our Nashville go-to's and a need to try list below for when we are sick of packing our own lunch, need a major coffee break, or need a much needed happy out. Now go get your nom on.
The food is always amazing, you seriously can't go wrong and it has the perfect aesthetic for a good Insta Story.
This is an oldie, but goodie. One of our favorite spots for mussels or a nice hearty burger and fries. It's also great for a millennial pink Instagram shot.
Just named one of the best new restaurants in the country, it's no surprise this is one of our go-to spots! If you can't deal with work past 4, they have a bomb happy hour.
EIO & The Hive
For a Healthy Breakfast or Lunch meeting head to EiO for an amazing organic fare of local food on Charlotte Pike.
We finally had it, and we were not disappointed. We are HUGE fans of Jacks Wife Frida in New York and are huge fan of the owners new spot in East Nashville. Get. The. Fries.
Caviar & Bananas
I'm sure you've seen your fair share of pictures but if you haven't been you've got to go. Everything we've been wanting and needing is here - a create your own salad bar, pre-made lunch favorites and wine? You can find us here weekly
Fin & Pearl
Who likes seafood? We do! The freshest seafood, and one of the best poke bowls we've ever had. Go, now.
Thursday could not have been a more perfect night for our launch party. After a day filled with summer showers, the clouds parted to reveal a beautiful, cool night that was ideal for the party.
The launch took place in the industrial David Lusk Gallery on Hagan Street. A complex and colorful body of art complimented the simplicity of the bags. With food catered from Food and Company, guests enjoyed a light southern fare that paired well with the champagne and rosé. Though the gallery has high ceilings and concrete floors, the added décor created an intimate environment for guests to mingle.
Even at 7, people were gathering to celebrate the launch of ELT collective. The party lasted until after 9, when guests where still lingering and enjoying the company of others. Upbeat music and an excited crowd made the night one to remember.
The bags and their designer were praised for their uniqueness. Guests were amazed by the structure of the Division Circle, the versatility of the Norma Jean, and the adaptability of the Woodland.
We want to give a big thank you to everyone that helped with the party. We would not have been able to do it without you.
Photography By: Patrick Sheehan