Last year, y’all helped us name the best independent concert venue: The Bluebird Cafe. This year, we asked you to shareyour favorite burger in Nashville. Now — thanks to you + the help of a random generator — we have the official lineup for our bracket.
Beginning today, we will host several voting rounds within our newsletters and social channels to determine Nashville’s best burger. Who moves on is up to you. Vote for your favorites, and the burger with more votes moves on. Simple as that. We’ll go until we have a champion, which will be announced in our Friday, March 31 newsletter. You will be able to vote once per round.
How to participate
Vote for the burger you’d like to see advance to round two using this poll. You can vote for all four spots or as little as one. Once we count all the votes, we’ll share an updated bracket and new poll in an upcoming newsletter.
Want to fill out a bracket to see if you can guess who will win? Download and print the image above to take the competition up a notch. If your bracket is correct, send us a photo for a shoutout + bragging rights.
Ready to cheer your “team” to victory? Vote at the button below. ⬇️
What was the worst thing you ever bought? Why was it so bad?
Congratulations to Sarah M. for winning a $50 gift card to our online shop, Six & Main. Did you know you could be our next winner? Answer this week’s survey questions for a chance to score a gift card!
Tommy Prine | Thursday, March 16 | 7 p.m. | The Basement, 1604 8th Ave. S. | $10 | Enjoy an evening of live music by singer-songwriter Tommy Prine and special guests.
Friday, March 17
Von Patrick’s Day | Friday, March 17 | 11 a.m.-8 p.m. | Von Elrod’s, 1004 4th Ave. N. | $20 | Celebrate Von Patrick’s Day with Rubiks Groove on the main stage, green beer, food trucks, and more.
Ratatouille in Concert | Friday, March 17-Sunday, March 19 | Times vary | Schermerhorn Symphony Center, 1 Symphony Pl. | $43+ | The Pixar film will play as the Nashville Symphony performs Michael Giacchino’s musical score live.
We have a calendar filled with events and activities you can plan for in advance. Click the button below to bookmark ideas for upcoming date nights, family outings, and time with friends.
Pies and pups. Carlsbad Pizza Co. will open shop in a space at the forthcoming Urban Dog Bar in The Nations — 5701 Centennial Blvd. The combination dog park and bar is slated for a late-summer opening. 🍕 (Nashville Post)
Birmingham-based Black Market Bar + Grill is in the market for Nashville expansion. A Printers Alley location, the business’s third location overall, is set to open this spring. The eatery will serve lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch, and a late-night menu. (AL.com)
You don’t have to think about it any longer. Darius Rucker is bringing his “Starting Fires” tour to Ascend Amphitheater on Saturday, Oct. 15 with Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors. Manchester Orchestra and Jimmy Eat World will also take over the venue on Friday, July 28 with Middle Kids.
Drake headlines Bridgestone Arena on his “It’s All A Blur” tour on Monday, June 19 with special guest 21 Savage. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 17 at 12 p.m. 🎙️
No Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ves allowed. Exit/In and 107.5 The River are teaming up to throw an Eras Party on Friday, April 7. Dress as your favorite Taylor era for two hours of music and dancing — Swifties can expect ticket giveaways every 20 minutes. RSVP here.
Here’s the inside hoop. The Vanderbilt Commodores men’s team will make their 14th overall NIT appearance today at 8 p.m. in the opening round. The Dores are seeded second in their bracket and will host Yale. Explore tickets options. 🏀
Belmont Bruins women’s basketball competes in Round 1 of the postseason WNIT at Ball State on Thursday, March 16. Winning teams will advance to the second round, which takes place Saturday, March 18-Tuesday, March 21.
Love Biscuit Love? The eatery has partnered with Goldbelly to ship some of your favorites right to your door. Items include a buttermilk biscuits + jam set, biscuit cinnamon roll, buttermilk biscuits + sausage gravy, and the “Taste of Biscuit Love” brunch gift box. Start shopping.
Multiple Beaman Automotive properties will relocate this month. Broadway’s dealerships will move to 343 Harding Pl. and 5300 Mt. View Rd. on March 13 and March 27. The automotive collision center off Hawkins Street will relocate to 620 Crutcher St. on March 20. (Nashville Business Journal)
Belmont University will welcome Brittany Schaffer, Spotify’s head of artist and label partnerships in Nashville, as the new dean for the Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business in May. Schaffer has been recognized on Billboard’s Country Power Players list for the past four years.
Getting adjusted to daylight saving time? Take a sip from one of our coffee partners. Try Midnight Oil from Blanchard’s Coffee or Organic Matcha from Matcha Nude. We’re already feeling refreshed. ☕
Lace up your boots and explore, NASH. TennGreen Land Conservancy’s Hike-a-Thon kicks off Saturday, April 1. This free, month-long competition is open for all levels of hikers, paddlers, climbers, trail runners, and mountain bikers. Register today. 🥾 *
Summer travel is just around the corner. On our radar: this mid-century modern stay in Martha’s Vineyard. For something a little more tropical, our pick is this seaside cottage in St. John. If international travel is calling your name, this charming home along the French Riviera is for you.*
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Whether you want to hurl yourself onto the field or be a spectator, the Nashville GAC has you covered. Scope out the competition, as well as other Gaelic sports, with the USGAA’s interactive map.
Today’s issue was written by Skylar.
Editor’s pick: Last week, we shared about summer music festivals coming to Middle Tennessee — butlet’s look ahead to fall, shall we? The lineup for the second annual Cave Fest at The Caverns is here with ticket sales for the Friday, Oct. 6-Sunday, Oct. 8 event going on sale Wednesday.
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