Friday, January 29, 2010

The Concierge Recommends...the book

When you check into a hotel and you are imagining all the places to go, things to see and restaurants to eat at and you ask for recommendations just believing that they will tell you the best place for what you have a taste for at the moment. Someone points you towards a leather covered book to see menus and read descriptions of each restaurant. and you think "oh look these are the places that they think we should go for dinner."

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Monday, January 25, 2010

The weekly restaurant health scores have been moved.

Starting this past week the restaurant Health Department Scores will be posted at the Webbspun Ideas website instead of here at the blog. Please visit us there to keep up with which restaurants are clean in Nashville.

Here is the link to follow,

Monday, January 18, 2010

Nashville honky-tonks and the Nashville Experience

Everyone thinks of our honky-tonks when they think of Nashville and that's for a good reason. There is a good bit of history that ties Nashville's music legends to the honky-tonks. Back when Tootsie's Orchid Lounge was called Mom's and "Tootsie" bought it in 1960. So many legends worked there singing or drinking as they struggled to make it in the music business.

Tootsie's is the most famous of all the honky-tonks but there are some other ones on the same strip that carry as much weight. Robert's Western World, Legend's Corner, The Stage, Bluegrass Inn, Rippy's and more. Each one has it's own style and flair so be sure to visit each one and see which one is right for you. Sometimes the music is mediocre but days and nights it is some really great music. These are some of the best places to hear up and coming as well as some established artists.

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Saturday, January 16, 2010

The Flavor of Nashville

As our city grows, changes and becomes even more diverse when it comes to our culinary options we find more people who are delving into the deliciousness all over the city. Many of us still love the traditional Southern types of food like fried chicken, pork chops, greens, mashed potatoes, corbread, biscuits and things that you would find at a meat and three restaurant or at your grandmas house but also love the new options.

Over the last few years we have seen restaurants like Margot's, Zola, Mambu, Rumba and others open and become very popular as they bring exciting new flavors to Nashville. They bring spiciness, fusion, boldness and a sense of adventure to the culinary landscape but they also have become very comfortable places to visit and enjoy. I love having the culinary options of Italian, Mediterrean, French, Caribbean and more in the same neighborhoods as traditional Southern foods.

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Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Nashville's Best City Tour - Gray Line of Nashville

Gray Line Nashville is the best tour company for a true look at Nashville. They offer tours that are historical, they show you the homes of the stars and even have a tour that helps you "Discover Nashville." Their prices are reasonable and the drivers are usually fairly entertaining and always informative. If you are a fan of Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey, well they even have a tour to the famous distillery which is a beautiful drive and a fun place to visit.

So they next time you are planning a trip to Nashville and you want to take a tour that will be the best and most informative, Gray Line fills that bill.

Visit their website and tell 'em you heard about the tour from "The Nashville Experience with Corey Webb."

Tour prices range from $40-75 per person
Gray Line

Monday, January 04, 2010

Nashville's Most Unique Tour - Nash Trash Tour

Break out the hairspray and blue eye shadow cuz its time for the Nash Trash Tour! The Nash Trash Tour takes you onto the big pink bus and whisks you around town and through the parts of Nashville history you won't hear about anywhere else. Nashville's most unique tour and one that will keep you laughing the entire time. Now this tour is really geared towards adults but is okay for most teenagers as well. It is a BYOB tour and they do provide a minimal a small snack. Now don't expect all factual stories or pure history here...This is done for fun so if you want serious, I'll tell you who provides that.

Visit their website and tell 'em you heard about the tour from "The Nashville Experience with Corey Webb."

Prices per person including TN sales tax:
$29.50 13 and up ($32 includes driver tip)
$27.31 55 and up (30 includes driver tip)

Inside the big pink bus

Friday, January 01, 2010

Upcoming from Webbspun Ideas in Nashville

~Contacted the Nashville Chamber and the Tn. Film and Entertainment folks to gather info about movies made in Nashville. Locations as part of the Nashville Experience guide coming soon

~Still working, writing, planning and talking to folks about the The Nashville Experience with Corey Webb. That will be here soon...~

~Also talking with local radio stations about bringing The Nashville Experience with Corey Webb to the airwaves. One is a MAJOR station!

~If you are part of the Creative Minds Summits, I'm working to have some speakers in the future. Leaders who will provide some motivation and a map to your vocation and calling.

Nashville Restaurant Health Scores - January 1

High Scores:

Kobe Asian Cuisine
1609 Murfressboro Road
Date Inspected: 12/23/2009
Score: 89

Yamamoto Japanese Restaurant
2695 Murfreesboro Road
Date Inspected: 12/23/2009
Score: 88

Low Scores:

There are no low scores.


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