Modest Cajun/Creole Cuisine at Cajun Invasion in Franklin, Tennessee

Cajun Invasion

Last Friday, I convinced my friends Jonathan, Clint, and Matt to try out Cajun Invasion in Franklin, Tennessee. Cajun Invasion, as the name implies, is a Cajun/Creole restaurant that has been open for a few months now. Because I’ve never actually been to Louisiana, I can’t really tell you what “real” Cajun/Creole cuisine tastes like. What I do know is that I like it a lot… however the only kind I’ve tasted were at …

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Good Food, Good Friends, & Good Times at Mangia Nashville

Eggplant Rollatini

Back in March, I read an article about a new restaurant called Mangia Nashville in The Nashville Scene. The article was quite lengthy, but went into extreme detail about the history of the venture as well as in-depth reviews of the meal that evening. Being the avid food lover that I am, I called the number that was supplied only to find that reservations be done via e-mail. Expecting to hear back with good …

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Gloria’s Korean Kitchen Is Korean Cuisine Worth Driving To

Pork Bibimbap

A few weeks ago while I was checking the Twitter account for Hyoungry Man, I noticed a fellow Nashville food blogger & Twitter friend, Beth Eats, tweeted about her recent lunch experience that day. What caught my eye in particular were three words: “Gloria’s Korean Kitchen”. After a few quick tweets, I found out that Gloria’s Korean Kitchen was actually found in Franklin, TN. Having recently taken a new job in Brentwood, I was …

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Superb Service & Fantastic Food at J. Alexander’s in Franklin, TN

New York Strip Steak with NYO Mac & Cheese

A couple weeks ago, I was in the Franklin area visiting Haley after work. Since it was close to dinner, she made the suggestion that we try J. Alexander’s. The last time I experienced J. Alexander’s was over a decade ago in Louisville and I barely even remember that visit because I was too young to appreciate food like I do now.

Before arriving to J. Alexander’s, all I knew was that it is …

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