All the Coal Kids Glowing at Nicky’s for Brunch
Enrico, Nicky’s Coal Fired’s oven, no longer gets Sundays off. It’s brunch time! Each Domenica from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Chef Tony Galzin now creates coal-fired concoctions of breakfast sandwiches like vegetables and whipped goat cheese; ham, egg and cheese; and pear, fontina and prosciutto. Of course, there’s still the famous house-made breakfast pizzas. To wash it all down, there are the classic brunch cocktails including bellinis, mimosas and a signature rosé cocktail. angia bene! Lascia felice! Eat well and leave happy at Nicky’s Coal Fired.
Photo Credit: Hannah Schneider
Nashville Denim Days Festival
Denim. For us Americans, it’s in our genes. So put your jeans on your genes, and come get seen at the local denim scene. It’s two days—Nov. 10-11—of exhibits by the world’s best denim brands, hands-on workshops by artisans and denim mills, a vintage market, live entertainment, and local food and drink. And the venue could not be better: Marathon Music Works, 14,000 square feet of restored history for this ongoing American fashion statement.
For tickets, visit Denim-Days.com/usa. Kids under 12 get in free!
11/11: A Nashvember to Remember
It’s the Fifth Annual Nashvember, a free event for anyone who enjoys having fun, supporting local small businesses and chowing down on great food from local food trucks. The event is organized by Project 615, a Nashville apparel company dedicated to helping the homeless in our community and other great world-changing causes. Project 615 seeks rehabilitation and change for people’s lives locally and beyond. For this event, the proceeds will help the mission of People Loving Nashville. This event runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The event will have more than 60 vendors and food trucks at the Nashville event space Track One. It’s located just south of downtown at 1211 Fourth Ave. S in Nashville.
For more information, visit Nashvember.com.
Hard to Find, Easy to Love: Rambler Cocktail Bar
Just when you thought Eighth Avenue South couldn’t get any cooler, a new bar comes along and proves you wrong. Now all you have to do is find it. (Hint: It’s underground, beneath The Sutler and next to Melrose Billard Parlor.) It’s Rambler Cocktail Bar, an upscale lounge with an electric vibe, plush seating and a creative offering of house bites and signature cocktails—plus, of course, local craft beers on draft and great wines by the glass.