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Monthly Archives: September 2016

    Nissan Stadium hosts a Bacon and Beer Classic in November

    By Ashley Dugger | September 27, 2016

      In Chicago, there’s an obsession with hot dogs. Seattle, seafood. New York: pizza; here: hot chicken. Our famous food attractions are many and varied all across this country, but apparently, there are a few things you can put on a plate and in a glass that bring us all together. Specifically, bacon and beer.... Read More

    Where to find pancakes that suit your specific craving in Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | September 26, 2016

      The Internet told us that this week started off with National Pancake Day. We might be a little late on the sharing front here, but our team observed the day appropriately: thinking about our favorite Nashville pancakes. Like most cities, we have our easy and totally passable chain options, from IHOP to Cracker Barrel.... Read More

    East Nashville hubs that welcome small mom-and-pop businesses

    By Ashley Dugger | September 20, 2016

      One of the things that draws people toward East Nashville — residents and visitors alike — is its unique small-business landscape. Aside of central artery Gallatin Pike, you don’t find yourself overwhelmed with chains on the East Side. Local coffee shops, local cafes, restaurants and clothing stores and more are tucked into small pockets... Read More

    Eat Out Help Out: Benefit The Contributor by eating at excellent Nashville restaurants

    By Ashley Dugger | September 19, 2016

      Besides keeping us happily fed, the Nashville restaurant community does a lot to help neighbors in need. Month to month, we come across events that include eateries and bars across town, contributing proceeds to a worthy cause. There’s The Gulch Gives Back for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Yum!East for Fannie Battle Day Home for Children,... Read More

    A busy weekend of open houses in Nashville and Franklin

    By Ashley Dugger | September 16, 2016

    We’re lucky at ACRE to continually get to represent wonderful sellers and buyers, helping new-construction houses become family homes for the first time, and bringing new lives and new memories into long-loved properties. Right now, we’re also in the middle of one of our busier seasons, with a collection of Nashville-area listings that we’re really... Read More

    Halloween events in Nashville, for kids, adults, mummies and more

    By Ashley Dugger | September 13, 2016

      We’re a little over a month away from Halloween festivities, but since costumes need to be found or created, candy needs to be procured and, for the parents among us, sitters need to be secured, we figure it doesn’t hurt to start sorting out plans now. There’s always tons to do in Nashville, from... Read More

    The Nashville pizza you need, according to style

    By Ashley Dugger | September 9, 2016

      This Tuesday, Sept. 13, East Nashville’s Five Points Pizza hosts its annual birthday celebration, which consists of offering us free slices of their justifiably loved, New York-style pizza, via their streetside slice window. It’s a one-slice-per-person thing, and the line will most certainly be long, but if you’d like to partake, head by 1012... Read More

    The 38th Annual Fall Tennessee Craft Fair is a perfect place to find handmade home goods

    By Ashley Dugger | September 6, 2016

    Doing what we do for a living, we meet a lot of brand-new Nashvillians. And since a lot of those newcomers are also new or (soon-to-be new) homeowners, there are a few questions we get asked a lot. Among the most frequent: What are the most affordable parts of Nashville? What are the most walkable... Read More