13 09, 2022

The Art of Hospitality

2022-09-13T12:46:20-07:00

The Art of Hospitality By Janet Kurtz Born of the mission to bring contemporary art to a wider audience, 21c Museum Hotels are working to change the way the public looks at art — and at hotels. Now xenia, the Greek concept of hospitality or “guest-friendship,” is alive at 21c Museum Hotel Nashville for the first time since the

The Art of Hospitality2022-09-13T12:46:20-07:00
22 07, 2022

A Southern Debut

2022-07-22T07:14:53-07:00

Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Drusie & Darr is the centerpiece of a property-wide revitalization at The Hermitage Hotel Staff Reports Photography by Daniel Miegs Nashville landmark The Hermitage Hotel opened Drusie & Darr by Jean-Georges Vongerichten earlier this year, marking the first Southern property for the Michelin-star chef. With more than 40 acclaimed restaurants around the globe, Vongerichten envisioned a

A Southern Debut2022-07-22T07:14:53-07:00
20 09, 2021

A Designer Indulgence

2021-09-20T07:14:18-07:00

After the reemergence, going out to eat inside anywhere was a treat we all looked forward to, and one place seemed to call to us more than it ever did pre-Covid. Now it draws us inside often — a most beautiful, elegant and somewhat indulgent way to pass an afternoon after months and months of looking at our own walls.

A Designer Indulgence2021-09-20T07:14:18-07:00
25 08, 2021

Cheekwood enchants all summer long

2021-08-25T04:08:32-07:00

From rotating exhibits and permanent art collections, to a historic home and acres of gardens, Cheekwood has been a haven for Nashvillians during the pandemic as a place to get outside, view art and find some sense of calm and beautiful normalcy. Cheekwood, the 55-acre botanical garden and art museum located on the historic Cheek estate, was originally built

Cheekwood enchants all summer long2021-08-25T04:08:32-07:00
23 06, 2021

The Continental, designed by Nick Dryden, showcases local artisans

2021-06-23T04:05:56-07:00

Local artisans, Brock's photography, complement cuisine Photography by Emily Dorio When diners visit The Continental, the latest restaurant from chef Sean Brock, not only will they get to indulge in Brock’s exciting exploration of contemporary cuisine at the Grand Hyatt hotel in the Nashville Yards development, they will also get an inside look at Brock’s love of art, showcased

The Continental, designed by Nick Dryden, showcases local artisans2021-06-23T04:05:56-07:00
19 05, 2021

Spring’s Best Botanicals

2021-05-19T04:53:59-07:00

The shops, stops, nurseries and florists we are loving this season in Nashville Derrick Lachney of Foiled & Fern. Photos by Mary Craven. Foiled & Fern 1210 Second Ave. N. Suite 101 615-920-5141 In a shop twist we never knew we needed, owner Derrick Lachney has brought together hair and houseplants in Germantown for the kind of self-love

Spring’s Best Botanicals2021-05-19T04:53:59-07:00
4 05, 2021

It Takes Two

2021-05-04T06:39:01-07:00

A high-end interior plant design company grows in Germantown post pandemic By Hollie Deese Portrait photography by Pamela Monaghan Interior photography by Erin Hines Alesha Sebie arrived in Nashville in 2015 from Wisconsin to get her master’s degree in social work. She finished, through the UT-Knoxville satellite campus, with a concentration in substance abuse, mental health and HIV, and

It Takes Two2021-05-04T06:39:01-07:00
11 04, 2021

Sidebar Opens Inside Boutique Hotel Bode

2021-04-11T12:30:36-07:00

Downtown Nashville’s latest cocktail lounge, Sidebar, opened inside the boutique hotel Bode at the corner of Second Avenue and Korean Veterans Blvd. last week, delivering refreshing spirits, curated light bites and weekly live music programming in a laidback, downtown environment. The beverage program at Sidebar includes a mix of well-known classics and seasonally-inspired libations curated by beverage director and

Sidebar Opens Inside Boutique Hotel Bode2021-04-11T12:30:36-07:00
1 04, 2021

Last Weekend for Yellow Rose Tea at Hermitage Hotel

2021-04-01T04:26:05-07:00

March may be over but there is still one last opportunity to celebrate Women’s History Month. To honor and celebrate The Hermitage Hotel’s special role in the suffrage movement, the historic property has been hosting Yellow Rose Afternoon Tea, Celebrating Women's History Month, and will host it one last weekend before transitioning to another tea service. During this event

Last Weekend for Yellow Rose Tea at Hermitage Hotel2021-04-01T04:26:05-07:00
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