Item description for Where the Locals Eat- Nashville by Pat Embry...
Compiled by the editors and researchers of Magellan Press, the pocket-sized, 204-page Where the Locals Eat- Nashville features reviews of more than 340 of Music City's long-time favorite restaurants, new discoveries and best-kept secrets, from Southern meat-and-threes and hot chicken shacks to the finest steakhouses and American Contemporary hot spots.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 3.7" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date May 20, 2006
Publisher Magellan Press
ISBN 1928622089 ISBN13 9781928622086
Reviews - What do customers think about Where the Locals Eat- Nashville?
Great little guide for real dining in Nashville May 28, 2006
Handy size and chocked full of good info on the local favs here in Nashville. Proves far more useful than many of the mainstream guides from other publishers by giving readers a real look at primarily non-chain restaurant dining in Nashville. Truly, where the locals eat.
The book covers a huge variety of dining categories- the editors did a great job of reviewing just about any dining possibility imagineable. I'll keep this guide in the car for those moments when I'm drawing a blank on where to eat or if I want to try something new.
Will also be good for arming visitors & family with their own guide to eating in Nashville and save me the time of describing our personal favorites...
I'll look forward picking up a few more if they come out for travelling (Atlanta GA, Columbus OH would be great!) - just too useful and convenient.
If you frequently travel to or live in Nashville, TN you'll undoubtedly enjoy this dining guide!
Finally...a book to find a new place to eat May 18, 2006
Sad to say, but many of us eat out at the same four or five restaurants most of the time - and many of us are leery of trying something new and different without some sort of recommendation or endorsement. But now anyone living in or visiting Nashville has a comprehensive guide to restaurants, one which readers will find deliciously helpful in steering them to places they've never tried (and probably never heard of). All types of eateries are included, from meat 'n threes to Middle Eastern to Guatemalan. "Where The Locals Eat" is just that - the password to places jealously guarded by locals who don't want too many people cluttering up their favorite food emporiums. Yum! I want another order of pupusas!!
where the locals eat -- nashville May 18, 2006
It's high time someone wrote this book. Where the Locals Eat is an incredible resource for both natives and visitors to Music City. The succint descriptions of Nashville's hidden food treasures give readers an incredibly accurate and thorough view of Nashville's culinary landscape. Being a Nashville native, I can attest to just how on target this book is..The writers found every delicious place in town. And, the book is so user-friendly with its specific categories. You can find the answer to any and every craving! I hope we see these for other great cities across the nation.
Conversation Starter May 18, 2006
This is a great book and works easily as a resource. What I found was that people coming in and out of the house were stopping to check what was written about their favorite restaurant. This started many conversations and led to wonderful discussions about what people like and don't like. I had been looking forward to checking it out but had no idea how provocative it would be. Many thanks to the editors for the ease in finding restaurants and the great descriptions!