From July, 2015

TITLE Boxing Club

It’s Fitness Friday! Today we bring you TITLE Boxing Club, the ultimate boxing and kickboxing workout experience here in Nashville. Head to one of their three Nashville area locations for a high energy workout that will get your heart pumping and your body moving.

Bagel Face Bakery

By now you’ve picked up on the fact that we’re big fans of a good bagel breakfast sandwich. Bagel sandwiches are our favorite way to start the day, and the ones we ordered from Bagel Face Bakery didn’t disappoint! Picture this: high quality, fresh as they come ingredients like fluffy eggs and lox sandwiched between a crunchy on the outside, warm on the inside bagel. That’s exactly what you’ll get when you order one of Bagel Face’s creations.

Jake’s Bakes

Who wants fresh out of the oven cookies and cold milk delivered right to your doorstep? We certainly do! Jake’s Bakes is a bakery located on Elliston across from Nashville original Rotier’s in the Elliston Point Shopping Center. You can stop in the store to pick up a dozen warm cookies, or order online or by phone and have them delivered to you!

Gabby’s Burgers & Fries

Gabby’s Burgers & Fries is one of the must-visit burger spots in Nashville. This Nashville institution serves juicy grass-fed beef burgers that will leave you very full and very satisfied. For the complete Gabby’s experience, pair your burger with fries (regular or sweet potato – both are standouts!) and a shake (chocolate, strawberry, or vanilla).

The Frist

The Frist is a Visual Arts Center, so unlike traditional museums, it doesn’t house its own collection. That might sound strange, but this translates into traveling exhibitions passing through the galleries as often as every 6 to 8 weeks – much faster than would happen in a typical museum. During our last visit to the Frist, we were treated to ‘Italian Style: Fashion since 1945’ and ‘Postcards of the Weiner Werkstatte.’ From one floor filled with beautiful Italian designer clothes to another with postcard-sized prints from the early 1900s, we found imagery, color, and interactive displays that kept us pulled into each piece.

Kayne Prime

Kayne Prime is a treat that’s worth the splurge. It’s the kind of place we go if we’re celebrating birthdays, graduations, or any big milestone. Kayne Prime brings all of the best things from traditional steakhouses into the modern age with creative spins that upgrade the usual favorites.


Stop by Dose for a coffee or tea to get your morning off to a great start. You’ll find all of the coffee shop basics, from americanos to lattes to iced tea. Dose also offers a great selection of house-made baked goods and a full breakfast and lunch menu…


The Confeastador is a Nashville food truck for your must try list. It’s more than a kitchen on wheels- in fact, this tasty spot would thrive as a stand alone restaurant in any neighborhood around town. Their menu may be small, but it packs big taste.

Batch Nashville

Know a Nashvillian who is living elsewhere? Have a friend who has never experienced the loveliness Nashville? Send them a bit of our city by sending them a sampling from Batch! The idea for Batch started when its founders wondered how they could take their appreciation for Nashville nationwide. They hand picked locally made goodies everyone outside of Nashville was either missing or missing out on. Since 2013, the company has grown from curating Nashville batches to shipping batches from cities like Memphis, Charleston, and Austin too.

Littlest Love Bakery

Lyndi Stein of Littlest Love Bakery makes the kind of sweet treats that put smiles on our faces. You can taste the love and care she puts into each of her creations. We were lucky enough to get our hands on one of her PB&J donuts- talk about tasty! Read on to find out how you can get your hands on some of her awesome treats.