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dining guide a selective guide for dining in tennessee

Sumner County Blossom Cellar Hendersonville, TN

Hendersonville’s independent, authentic Thai-Lao eatery & pub in the newly revamped old skating rink, pairing the freshest flavors with all-craft on draft. $$ 750 W Main St, Suite B Hendersonville, Tennessee

Bradley County Deli Boys Cleveland, TN

Deli Boys is committed to helping Cleveland area eat cleaner and better. This means sourcing local ingredients from farms, bakeries and supporting small purveyors when possible. Searching for the trends on healthy eating. Fresh ingredients are used and made from scratch on premises daily for our menu including our house dressing that is now available for retail. Together a good meal and a good experience is what we are about at Deli Boys. $ 2538 Keith Street Northwest Cleveland, TN 37312

Cumberland County The Pour House Bistro Crossville, TN

A quaint bistro and winebar on West Avenue in Crossville, The Pour House offers creative comfort cuisine for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday in an eclectic, upbeat, come-as-you-are atmosphere. $$ 1269 West Ave #102 Crossville, TN 38555

The Hop Yard at Fat Bottom Brewery


at Bottom Brewery has finally opened in the Nations, on the west side of Nashville and it couldn’t come at a better time. The neighborhood is in the midst of a renaissance that most people would have never anticipated and Fat Bottom Brewery’s move to the new state of the art facility shows a glimpse into the future of the Nations neighborhood on the north side of I-40. Fat Bottom Brewery is in all cases a true craft brewery and now a full service restaurant called the Hop Yard. They create a completely new dynamic for the growing brewery scene. Serving up the complete portfolio of brews is now an experience to be enjoyed with amazing upscale pub food style creations. Flights of beer can be enjoyed with a Chef’s Selection Charcuterie Board, Burgers, and quite possibly the best German style baked pretzels outside of Bavaria. The beer is certainly the “Star of the Show” however, the menu in it’s simplicity is an attraction in itself. The new Fat Bottom Brewery and The Hop Yard is sure to keep the long time fans of the beer coming back for more, however the new 30,000+ square foot facility is destined to become a Nashville attraction for sure. From the 1500 sq ft event space to the second floor lounge above the restaurant to the courtyard with a stage and corn-hole games, there is something here for everyone. Get over to 800 44 th Ave N at the end of Indiana St and check out this amazing facility. Hours of Operation: Mon thru Thurs: 4:00p to 11:00p Fri & Sat: 11:00a to 12:00a Sun: 11:00a to 10:00p


Profile for Que Media Press

Tennessee Craft Beer Magazine, Spring 2017 Issue  

The launching of Tennessee's First Craft Cidery

Tennessee Craft Beer Magazine, Spring 2017 Issue  

The launching of Tennessee's First Craft Cidery