I don’t think there is anywhere in Nashville to eat where you can go wrong with the food. Everything is just so tasty. It was hard to just pick my top three foods.
Arroz con Pollo from Casa Del Sol is my favorite dish by far. I have a love for Mexican food, and the first day they opened at their new downtown location, I was there! Arroz con Pollo is a dish I get at many Mexican restaurants, but Casa del Sol does it right. Arroz con Pollo is Mexican rice topped with grilled chicken, then drenched in cheese sauce (who doesn’t love cheese sauce!). The dish also comes with tortilla shells to put all the yummy goodness in, and eat all in one!
One thing I definitely love to talk about is food. Especially right now. At 7, almost 8 months pregnant, food is my best friend – and I have some great best friends in Brown County!
I tend to be a picky eater, so when I find something I love I stick with it and order it again and again and again. It was hard to pick only 3 to talk about as I usually have a monthly routine that includes a number of places downtown.
As being new to Brown County, and knowing that Nashville is known as an Artist Colony, I thought what better way to experience the arts than to go see them? The Brown County Studio & Garden Tour was just the way, too! This is a self-guided tour that showcases arts & crafts being created in the present day “Art Colony of the Midwest”.
We sent the interns out to take a break and experience a little of Brown County’s artsy side. They attended one of the Wednesday Create a Card classes at Wishful Thinking. They were given an assortment of supplies when they walked in to make their cards, and were surrounded by 8 lovely ladies attending the class, also. Here are their own opinions on the class & their finished products!