Biscuit Love in the Gulch

Since opening in the heart of the Gulch neighborhood in 2015

Breakfast in Downtown Nashville

Biscuit Love has become a Nashville staple for its playful take on Southern brunch.Owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Karl and Sarah Worley (with the help of the Biscuit Babes in the kitchen), Biscuit Love serves a variety of breakfast and lunch options made entirely from scratch. Originally operated as a food truck before moving into its brick and mortar restaurant, Biscuit Love remains steadfast in its commitment to sourcing from local purveyors, and actively gives back to the Nashville community.

Chef Karl Worley grew up in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, where he learned to cook from his grandfather in Bristol, Tennessee. He received his culinary degree from Johnson & Wales University in 2010. After spending time in the kitchens of Rioja in Denver, he further developed his passion for sustainable agriculture and farm-to-table restaurants while working for the Coon Rock Farm in Hillsborough, NC. Through sourcing top quality seasonal ingredients, he is known for creating delicious dishes that honor the deep-rooted traditions of the South.

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Sarah Worley was born and raised in Northeastern Pennsylvania, yet she considers the South her home now that she’s spent nearly half of her life in Nashville. She holds a culinary degree from Johnson & Wales and an Accounting degree and MBA from Belmont University. She and Karl work side by side not only in their restaurant, but also in being the proud parents of their incredible daughter Gertie.


Featured Partners

Bear Creek Farm

Beaverdam Creek Farm

Blackberry Farm Brewery

Bloomsbury Farm

Bourbon Barrel Foods

Cruze Dairy Farms

The Charleston Tea Plantation

Jackalope Brewing Company

Helen Hooper-Hirst Pottery

Muletown Coffee

Weisenberger Mill

When Karl and Sarah first started Biscuit Love, they set forth to support and work with like-minded businesses who share their vision of supporting and giving back to their local community. Here, we get to know more about what drives Biscuit Love and the people we have partnered with!

Cool! A drive-in Theater Downtown Nashville

Fast Company Nashville

This immersive theater artist is recreating a massive 1960s drive-in in the middle of Nashville

Drive-in movies may feel like part of a bygone era, but that doesn’t mean you can’t recreate an indoor version of one. All you need is a giant movie screen, 50 classic cars, some full-sized trees, grass, gravel pathways, and a 40,000-square-foot air-supported dome. Those are some of the ingredients going into “August Moon Drive-In,” an immersive entertainment project from producer Michael Counts—who is known for such immersive attractions as “The Walking Dead Experience.” For this one, Counts wants to give visitors the full experience of an American drive-in movie, circa 1965, down to every last detail—including the comfort food and fireflies. He’s enlisted the help of theatrical artists and park designers to create the project in downtown Nashville. It doesn’t open until the second quarter of next year, but we got a look at some early specs.

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CMA Music Festival 2017

CMA Music Festival Ticket Information

Since its launch in 1972, Nashville’s annual CMA Music Festival has been built with fans in mind. In its earliest form, the event was dubbed “Fan Fair,” and as its popularity grew so too did the variety of performers and attractions (exclusive meet and greets, autograph sessions) built into the multi-day festival that has become one of the hallmarks of the busy summer concert season. Additionally, each year’s CMA Fest performer lineup is picked to perfection, as no shortage of notable country music stars have been featured on the bill, with a diverse cast that has included artists like Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, and Keith Urban. Reserve your place at the next installment with CMA Music Festival tickets from the Vivid Seats marketplace.

CMA Music Festival 2017

  1. Choose between single- or multi-day passes, depending on the dates/CMA Music Festival lineup acts that meet your preferences. Click the “Tickets” link associated with the selection to advance to the next step in the buying process.
  2. The following page will have the Nissan Stadium seating chart on display to give you a general idea of the layout for the CMA Fest. You also can streamline your search for CMA Music Festival tickets by implementing filters for price, quantity, row, or section.
  3. With your CMA Fest tickets selected, follow the “Buy” link to complete checkout in moments. You’ll be able to view all order details prior to confirming the purchase, making sure the quantity and price are accurate. After submitting your preferred payment and delivery information, finalize the transaction, and we’ll begin processing the CMA Music Fest tickets promptly. Call 1.866.848.8499 or access Live Chat for customer service assistance at any time.

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How Much Are CMA Music Festival Tickets?
No matter what you’re looking to spend, Vivid Seats has tickets to fit your budget. Currently, CMA Festival tickets at Vivid Seats start at $229.

Cheapest CMA Music Festival Tickets
There are always great deals to be found at Vivid Seats. The get-in price, or lowest price for a ticket to see the CMA Fest lineup, is $229. Prices will fluctuate based on many factors such as inventory and demand, so be sure to get your cheap CMA Music Fest tickets before it’s too late!

Where is the CMA Music Festival Held?
The multi-day event is annually held at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.

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Thunder on The Cumberland 2017

Thunder on The Cumberland 2017
June 17 – 18 2017
Downtown Nashville

The iconic Thunder on the Cumberland F1 Series Powerboat Championship features some of the fastest boats in the world carving a 3 mile loop on the Cumberland River. A new tradition for Nashville, this three day festival features the summer’s best: ice cold beer, food trucks, family fun, and the southern hospitality you love on Lower Broadway. 

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The crafts:

Toyota Thunder on the Cumberland features some of the fastest boats in the world.

The Drivers

F1 Powerboats: F1 Powerboats are some of the biggest, most powerful outboard engines in Powerboat Racing. Most of these boats go from 0 to 100 in 6 seconds and can turn on a dime (generating 5 times the force of earth’s gravity when they do!) all while literally flying across the surface of the water on a thin cushion of air..the only part of the boat that’s actually in the water is the propeller!


Tri-Hulls are just old-school awesome. Based on 1970’s era production boats, these small open-cockpit boats with supersized engines thrive in rough water, speeding into and out of turns with amazing agility.

The Course

Drivers will race bridge to bridge in a 3 mile loop between Lower Broadway and Nissan Stadium.

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Puckett’s Downtown Nashville

Downtown Nashville – Open Daily 7 am
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Menu Items and Specials

The Puckett’s roots go way back to the 1950s and a little grocery store in the village of Leiper’s Fork, Tenn. Ever since then, Puckett’s has been focused on providing friends new and old with great food and Southern hospitality. When it comes down to it, Puckett’s is a community kitchen, with live pickin’ performances just a few feet from your table. Authentic comfort food—barbecue smoked slow ‘n’ low over cherry wood, the home-cooked sides, even a few upscale dishes is what we aim for you to remember.

The Beginning

Founded by the Puckett family decades ago, the namesake country store served communities in rural Tennessee for years. It was a place to grab the week’s groceries or a fill a tank of gas — but it was also a gathering spot in Leiper’s Fork for many decades.

The Marshalls Buy Puckett’s

Andy Marshall grew up in the grocery business. When he launched his own career in the industry at the age of 26, it led to the entrepreneur owning several Piggly Wiggly stores across the Southeast.

In the mid-1990s, Marshall’s love of food, music and community began to steer him in a different direction. His desire was to serve one small town with just one store, where he could also offer home-cooked family recipes to the community he was serving. So in 1998, he decided to sell all of his stores and purchase a little gem in the heart of Leiper’s Fork. That gem was Puckett’s Grocery.

Grocery Turned Restaurant + Music Venue

In 2002, Andy transformed the grocery into a restaurant and music venue. dining experience and music programs. The menus boasted of both the store and the Marshall’s Tennessee heritage, with Puckett’s own special spin. And though most of our friends swear by the barbecue, Puckett’s really built its name on the live talent and songwriters that began performing on the small stage. It began to not be so unusual for the comfort food to be accompanied with the guy who wrote “The Gambler” — or have Lady Antebellum appear on stage, because that’s happened too.

Downtown Franklin

In 2004, another opportunity was presented to Andy: to expand Puckett’s to his hometown and the beloved community of Historic Downtown Franklin, Tenn. At the heart of Puckett’s is a desire to cultivate community and create an authentic experience for locals and visitors alike — making downtown Franklin the perfect fit.

Downtown Nashville

In 2010, Andy opened the restaurant in downtown Nashville. Significantly larger than the Franklin location, Puckett’s 5th & Church has a bigger stage for musicians, seats up to 150 guests, and provides a large stock of supplies and groceries for downtown dwellers. Today the Nashville restaurant has become a favorite amongst the locals as well as those visiting Music City. The restaurant serves as a sought-after destination for live music, down-home cookin’ and the quintessential Southern experience!

Puckett’s Trolley

Puckett’s launched a food truck eatery — affectionately nicknamed Ms. Trolley Parton by her fans — in 2012, offering made-to-order bites from a renovated and historic mobile venue. All of Ms. Parton’s food comes with the special Puckett’s stamp, though some of her dishes are signature items. Be sure to follow the trolley on Twitter @puckettstrolley!

Puckett’s Boat House

In 2012, Andy landed on another amazing opportunity to open a second restaurant in Franklin, and developed the family’s first seafood concept in the Puckett’s Boat House. The grill and oyster bar menu offers by-the-shore dishes reminiscent of the Gulf coast and the Big Easy, plus Southern staples that draw from the Marshall family’s Mississippi Delta and Memphis roots. The Boat House offers the Puckett’s trademark Southern flare and reputation for a live music venue — both with a Boat House twist. Learn more at

Downtown Columbia

In 2013, Andy opened the third Puckett’s location in downtown Columbia, Tenn. The former factory and warehouse building measures more than 26,000 square feet, and includes a second-floor event space that exceeds 8,000 square feet. The concept for a Puckett’s on the city’s Public Square was a project several years in the making, and the three-story interior offers the same home-cooked meals and live entertainment it’s built its name on.

Downtown Chattanooga

In 2014, Andy announced Puckett’s opening on Chattanooga’s Riverfront District, which overlooks the Tennessee Aquarium. With its strong sense of community and personal family memories—and connections—in River City, it was the ideal city for the company’s first expansion outside of Middle Tennessee. After nearly a year rehabilitating the space and working with leaders at Chattanooga’s non-profit economic development organization River City Co. to find the building, the restaurant is the largest location to date. New dishes, including the Honey Bun Bread Pudding featuring the Little Debbie® classic, were added to the menu in honor of Chattanooga.

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St. Jude Rock ‘N’ Roll Nashville Marathon 2017

St. Jude Rock ‘N’ Roll Nashville Marathon 2017

St. Jude Rock 'N" Roll Nashville Marathon 2017

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series makes running fun. Each year, more athletes participate in Rock ‘n’ Roll running events than any other running series in the United States.

What started as a simple idea in 1998 – a marathon with bands along the course celebrating each participant – soon transformed the running landscape igniting the second running boom.

While entertainment and the energy of a festival weekend define the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon series experience, runners have raised more than $310 million for participating charities shows our heart and soul.

Event weekends include a world-class Health & Fitness Expo and culminate with finish line concert featuring the biggest names in music, with past performers including Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Pitbull, Goo Goo Dolls, All-American Rejects, Flo-Rida, Train and Lady Antebellum.

In 2014, the Remix Challenge was born, and runners can now earn extra bling by completing two days of running in 11 cities. Runners who participate in multiple cities each year can also qualify for Heavy Medal awards, Limited Edition medals and a coveted spot in our Hall of Fame.

Whether running your 10th marathon, third half marathon, first 5K or supporting a runner who has overcome the odds, we bring the best of the active lifestyle experience to a 100,000 sqft trade show, superb course execution, and a relentless pursuit of excellence.


In 2017, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series will be celebrating 20 Years Running. It all began in San Diego in 1998. 2017 will also mark St. Jude Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville Marathon & 1/2 Marathon’s 18th year with the series since its inaugural race in 2000. Originally known as the Country Music Marathon, Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville is our second longest running race and continues to embrace the country music influence within the broader genre of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Nashville features one of our series’ largest block parties thanks to terrific community support from start to finish. Join us in Music City in 2017 to celebrate 20 Years Running!

Our 2017 courses are here! Imagine yourself at the start line on the iconic Broadway, home to Honky Tonk Highway, taking off with tons of other pumped-up runners, breezing by the Country Music Hall of Fame and First Tennessee Park, cruising through some of Nashville’s trendiest neighborhoods and streets, and finishing to the tune of cheers and rockin’ music.

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Live bands, cheer teams and high-energy volunteers line the streets to power your race experience from start to finish, concluding with a headliner concert. Since 1998, headliners have included some of music’s biggest names, like Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Train, Goo Goo Dolls, Pat Benatar, Brad Paisley and Pitbull. Join us in 2017 for the biggest party in the history of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series as we celebrate our 20 Years Running.

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Nash Trash Tour

Nash Trash Tour: What You Need To Know About The HILARIOUS Nash Trash Tour

The Nash Trash Comedy tour is one of the most fun things to do in Nashville. Once you climb aboard the famous pink bus, no holds barred. If you’re easily offended by bawdy humor, the Jugg Sisters aren’t for you. However, if you can take a joke or two, you need to go online and book your tour today. The video below will give you an idea of what you can expect from the tour. However, I did choose to edit out the minute of off-color comedy in case little ears are around when you press play.

The tour is BYOB, and I highly recommend taking a bottle of water or your drink of choice along. The bus stops at the Country Music Hall of Fame for a restroom break, and Nash Trash guests may buy overpriced drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, in the lobby of the CMHOF and bring them back on the bus. However, it makes a lot more sense to bring your own. If you forget to pack a drink before you leave your house or hotel, you can always get snacks and drinks inside the Farmers Market before the tour starts.Z Facebook 1

Please, note the big pink bus is NOT a party bus. While you’ll feel like you’re having a party during the tour because it’s interactive and loads of fun, bachelorette parties are not welcome. The Jugg Sisters don’t want THEIR party to get out of hand.

The Nash Trash tour takes you around Nashville, and the Jugg sisters tell stories about people and places in the city. However, the Nash Trash tour is first and foremost a comedy show on wheels. Its primary purpose is to make you laugh until your cheeks hurt. If you want to really see Music City, there are other tours for that.

The Jugg Sisters Original tour books months in advance. It’s a rare occasion that you can book your trip with the sisters without planning a week, if not months, ahead of time. Check their calendar, and make your reservation today.

Now, go ahead, and watch the video. You’ll get a sneak peek of the tour and two reviews immediately following those highlights.

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Party Fowl Hot Chicken Nashville

 Party Fowl:

Party Fowl Nashville Chicken Taco

719 8th Ave. South Nashville,TN 37203

Party Fowl, the new East Gulch District restaurant, opened its doors to the public Sunday, September 28, 2014. Owners Nick Jacobson (360 Bistro) and Austin Smith’s new spot combines an amazing menu with live music, local brews and craft cocktails. Party Fowl will feature hot chicken, but offer much more to the New Nashville diner looking for great food, great drinks and great music-all under one roof.
Party Fowl will specialize in ‘Nashville Hot’ and ‘Southern Fried’ chicken.  There are 20 local brews on tap, hand-crafted cocktails-the cigar-smoked Manhattan and hickory-smoked Margarita, a must try- and 58 wines by the pour. Happy Hour is 3 pm-6 pm Monday-Friday.

The red, neon- clad building on 8th and Division was completely renovated and offers 4000 square feet of convertible open air dining with garage doors on all sides and seats 145 people. The main dining room is a sit down lounge atmosphere and the back ‘coop’ offers a playful bar area serving Bushwackers and chilled Red Neck Margaritas alongside signature Party Fowl sippers. Those seeking food, fun, and a spot to catch a game will enjoy 13 large-screened TV’s.  Party Fowl is open daily for Lunch and Dinner 11:00 am (weekdays), 10:00 am (weekends) until last call, and also features a special Saturday/Sunday Brunch (10am-2pm) featuring our already famous Hot Chicken and Stuffed French Toast. Complimentary valet parking available.

Party Fowl will specialize in ‘Nashville Hot’ and ‘Southern Fried’ chicken.  There are 20 local brews on tap, hand-crafted cocktails-the cigar-smoked Manhattan and hickory-smoked Margarita, a must try- and 58 wines by the pour. Happy Hour is 3 pm-6 pm Monday-Friday.

Shakin’ the Shack, hosted by Party Fowl’s Grant Fisher, kicks off at 5 pm- 8 pm on Wednesdays and features various artists, songwriters and special guests. Live Music is also showcased throughout the week with updates available daily on social media.


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Iron Fork Nashville 2016

Iron Fork Nashville 2016 – April 7, 2016 – 6pm to 9:30
Musicians Hall of Fame
401 Gay St Nashville, TN 37201

Iron Fork Nashville 2016

The Nashville Scene is proud to host the 9th annual Iron Fork presented by US Foods. The 2016 Iron Fork event will showcase four of Nashville’s best local chefs battling it out in a head-to-head competition judged by top local foodies and celebrities. The winning Chef will receive the prestigious “Iron Fork” award, a chance to compete in the 2016 World Food Championships — bragging rights for the next year!

During the competition, attendees will sample award-winning cuisine and cocktails from a wide selection of Nashville’s best restaurants. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit The Nashville Food Project.

Get your tickets early. Tickets are currently $35, and will increase to $40 April 1. This is strictly a 21+ event; this exclusion applies to minors who are accompanied by a parent or guardian. No one under 21 years of age will be allowed into the venue.



It was June 2007 and The Nashville Food Project, then operating as a local arm of the Austin-based nonprofit, Mobile Loaves & Fishes, began reaching out to those experiencing homelessness in our city. With a commissary at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, our first catering truck began making runs to homeless camps three days a week to deliver sack-lunch meals. By January 2009, Mobile Loaves & Fishes had moved to the campus of Woodmont Christian Church and added a second truck. And when Nashville flooded in May 2010, Mobile Loaves & Fishes was ready to help: in that three week period, our volunteers delivered more than 19,000 meals to displaced residents, Metro Water Service employees, and others working relief and recovery efforts across the city.

But we knew there was still more to be done. We began considering other ways we could impact our city through the shared experience of food. We wanted to do more than just feed hungry people by dropping off handouts a few times a week. We wanted to incorporate nutrition, gardens, fresh produce and community meals. We wanted to be part of more creative solutions to the local problem of food insecurity, using local funds and local volunteers.

After five years with the parent organization, Mobile Loaves & Fishes, Inc., our advisory board made the bold move to establish an independent nonprofit in Nashville. In October 2011, The Nashville Food Project was born. We are proud to say that one hundred percent of the money we receive for our work stays right here in our city.

We are focused on how food can be a tool for building up communities. Our mission is to bring people together to grow, cook and share nourishing food, with the goals of cultivating community and alleviating hunger in our city. We know that one in five people in Nashville lacks access to enough food to sustain a healthy lifestyle. But we also know that more than 40% of all the food in our city gets wasted. Through our work we have discovered that solutions to hunger take much more than simple handouts. Poverty, unemployment, low wages and escalating living costs all contribute to the challenges that the most vulnerable residents of our city face.

The Nashville Food Project is sharing food and supporting communities in variety of ways:

  • Grow – In our Gardens we grow organic food intensively, and share resources with others interested in growing their own food
  • Cook – In our Kitchen, we use recovered, donated and garden-grown food to prepare and cook healthy, hot meals.
  • Share – From our Food Trucks we distribute meals from our kitchen and fresh produce from our gardens to people in need.

We offer you a hearty welcome to come by and volunteer soon!

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CSA FAIR – Nashville Farmers Market

CSA Fair!

February 27, 2016 at 8:00 AM

Come experience an in-season cooking demonstration and learn more about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs from local and regional farmers!

FREE! Each attendee will have the opportunity to ask questions and preview more than 20 CSA programs from around Middle Tennessee.

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Participating Farms

Eaton’s Creek Organics

Giving Thanks Farm

Delvin Farms

Six Boots Growers Collective

Whites Creek Flower Farm

Green Door Gourmet

Old School Farm

Hill & Hollow CSA

Athena’s Harvest Farm

KLD Farms

Wedge Oak Farms

Bloomsbury Farm

Fresh Harvest

Country Squires Farm

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