Have you heard the stampede of pumpkin-obsessed patrons making their way to a certain chain coffee house? Or perhaps, like me, you been watching the pumpkin craze take hold on social media (as it does every year), ramping up in anticipation for pumpkin everything (think Bubba listing all those shrimp dishes, sub pumpkin, and you get the idea).
We’re heading into the holidays, and when it comes to eating, that can often be synonymous with rich, decadent, or heavy.
However, you can have some balance, even when eating out, if you plan a bit. Executive Chef Ted Lahey of Table & Main in Roswell, Ga. might cook some of the most popular fried chicken in the Atlanta metro area, but he always celebrates a seasonal harvest overflowing with fresh vegetables and local proteins.
If you cannot find phenomenal food in Nashville, then your methods and means are in need of serious reexamination. Music City is busting at the seams with fabulous fare and we recommend you make your way there ASAP to partake (Adele’s, City House, Rolf & Daughters, Husk, Prince’s Hot Chicken…). More conveniently, simply head to the Music City Food + Wine Festival for a two day eating adventure in Public Square Park.