The Trendy & “New” Virago Is Just Plain Awesome

Lamb Lo Mein

Having lived in Nashville for 1.33 years now, I am still not familiar with many restaurants this fine city has to offer. This is a shame because I know I’m missing out on plenty of great dining opportunities. One of these opportunities I can’t believe took me this long to try is Virago, an award-winning Asian fusion and sushi restaurant. Surprisngly Haley was the one who tried it first and recommended it to me …

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Midtown Cafe: Small, Yet Pricey With An Upscale Menu & Charm

Steak & Sides

Two days before Christmas, Haley and I found ourselves in downtown Nashville to attend my first NHL hockey game. Not really sure what to expect in terms of traffic; I went ahead and made a reservation to Midtown Cafe just in case. Our reservations were made quite early to give us ample time to eat and then get to Bridgestone Arena. It was so early (5 PM) that we ended up being the only …

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Big River Grille Exceeds My Expectations

Gorgonzola Bone-In Ribeye & Sides

With all the holiday season hoopla, I haven’t had many chances to dine out for the month of December. In fact I’ve only been out a total of three times this month. Today’s feature review is Big River Grille in Downtown Nashville. I’ve seen this restaurant numerous times but have never taken the time to stop by. Needless to say, Big River Grille has always been packed with customers. So when Haley announced that …

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Like Korean BBQ? Arirang Garden Is The Best Value For Your Money

Plate of Uncooked Meats

I’ve been long overdue for another review, so let’s get to the meaty goodness. Today I present to you a review of Arirang Garden, a Korean restaurant in Lexington, Kentucky.

I’ve had a long history with Arirang Garden and consider it one of the better Korean restaurants I’ve visited. I was first introduced to the restaurant by fellow Koreans I met during my freshman year in college. Since then, it’s been a longtime favorite …

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