A Southern Food Institution – Loveless Café, Nashville, TN

On June 8, 2014, in Nashville, Travel, TV Food, by satnightfoodies

No visit to Nashville would be complete without a stop into Loveless Café. It is a Nashville institution known for its biscuits and down-home Southern cooking. These staples have been a part of Loveless Cafe’s history for more than 60 years. It has a similar history to that of Mrs. Knott’s, the restaurant that started […]

Southern Cooking and Dining with 10 of Your Closest Friends – Monell’s – Nashville, TN

On June 7, 2014, in Nashville, by satnightfoodies

On the edge of Nashville, in an area known as Germantown, is an old brick house that has been converted into a restaurant called Monell’s. This place is a southern food dream! They have eight tables that seat up to12 people. You will be seated and other people will be seated at the same table […]

News: Dig Lounge Launches #CraftWineLA with SAARLOOS + Sons Family Winery

On June 4, 2014, in Food and Drink News, by satnightfoodies

Everyone has heard of the craft beer movement. Turning our backs on mass-produced beer and opting in for local brew. The craft beer market is stronger than ever. Craft beer makers have mobilized their consumers around a set of shared principles to advocate on their behalf! Not only to drink craft beer, but to ask […]

Sometimes Bourbon Trail is not Enough, Time for a Craft Cocktail – Patterson House, Nashville TN

On June 4, 2014, in Nashville, Wine & Spirits, by satnightfoodies

We‘d been drinking bourbon straight all week on our bourbon trail vacation in Tennessee, but we felt long overdue for a great craft cocktail. I know first world problems, but luckily we were in Nashville which is blowing up with new, incredible bars. Tonight it was the speakeasy-inspired Patterson House. Located on the corner of […]

Bourbon & Whiskey Tour Through Kentucky & Tennessee: Day 4 – Four Roses Bourbon & Corsair Artisan Distillery

On June 3, 2014, in Slideshows, Travel, Wine & Spirits, by satnightfoodies

On day four we went to Four Roses Distillery. It is set in a Spanish style building, inspired by the original owner’s trip to California wine country. They begin by taking you through the history of the company and its bourbon. The company was acquired by Seagrams in 1943, the now defunct Canadian spirits company, […]

News: Tortilla Republic Grill & Margarita Bar Opens in Laguna Beach- June 3, 2014

On June 2, 2014, in Food and Drink News, by satnightfoodies

Tortilla Republic, recognized for inventive Mexican fare within an inviting yet stylish setting at its locations in West Hollywood and Kauai, officially opens its doors in the beautiful coastal community of Laguna Bach, CA on Tuesday, June 3, 2014. Developed by Tortilla Republic’s Consulting Chef Cathy Shyne, the modern Mexican menu is inspired by fresh […]

Bourbon & Whiskey Tour Through Kentucky & Tennessee: Day 3 – Buffalo Trace, Woodford Reserve & Wild Turkey

On May 27, 2014, in Photo Gallery, Slideshows, Travel, TV Food, Wine & Spirits, by satnightfoodies

We have had a lot of great bourbon over the last couple of days. Today was no different. We visited three outside of Lexington, Kentucky. We also were able to get to one of the Diners, Drive-ins and Dives joints in the area. We started the morning early at Buffalo Trace. They were recently named […]

Bourbon & Whiskey Tour Through Kentucky & Tennessee: Day 2 – Barton & Jim Beam

On May 26, 2014, in Photo Gallery, Slideshows, Travel, Wine & Spirits, by satnightfoodies

Day 2 of the tour, we only hit two distilleries today but we have two bars to share as well. First stop of the day was Barton Distilleries, makers of Barton 1792 and Very Old Barton Bourbons. We learned that they make eight varieties and they bottle for other distillers from around the world in […]

News: ARC Launches Summer Cocktail Menu with Juleps & Swizzles – May 2014

On May 26, 2014, in Food and Drink News, by satnightfoodies

ARC Bar Chef Koire Rogers has launched a new Summer Bar Menu of Julep-inspired craft cocktails featuring a swizzle stick as part of his new lineup of libations with a fresh focus. Beginning in the late 18th century, it was prescribed by doctors for its perceived medicinal qualities. The concoction has since evolved into a […]

Bourbon & Whiskey Tour Through Kentucky & Tennessee: Day 1 – Marker’s Mark, Limestone Branch, Heaven Hill and Willett Distillery

On May 25, 2014, in Photo Gallery, Slideshows, Travel, Wine & Spirits, by satnightfoodies

Day one of our Bourbon tour was off to a great start. We stopped at four distilleries and one historic restaurant. We put about 80 miles on the car. First stop was Maker’s Mark in Loretto, Kentucky or number 5 on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail map. We got there early but there were already 60 […]