Richard Peterson the General Manager of Sinema takes Kelly and Carole on a tasting tour of different specialty cheeses during Today in Nashville airing weekdays at 11am on WSMV-TV and streaming live at todayinnashville.com
Sinema is striving to draw in diners during the first part of the week, because like many popular Nashville eateries, their reservation books look pretty solid on weekends. So Monday through Thursday, chef Kyle Patterson and the kitchen at Sinema are offering some choices from a prix-fixe menu with three courses for just $45, with wine pairings available for an additional 20 bucks.
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Before juicing was a thing, those in the know were doing Bloody Marys. I mean, let’s not pretend people aren’t adding alcohol to their kale, banana and asparagus smoothies. It’s the only way to get some of those combos down. But the Bloody Mary combines the wholesome nutrition of tomato juice with the boss-stress reducing properties of vodka, plus vegetables as garnish. It practically SCREAMS “healthy.” At Sinema, you can customize your, shall we say, brunch juice with everything from olives to hot sauce at their bottomless Bloody Mary Bar. Aw, yeah. Free bloody refills, people. Read more on The Tennessean.
The Nashville area has gained 490 restaurants since 2010. But how much is too much?
When Arnold Myint’s family broke into the Nashville restaurant business in the 1970s, there was no “it city” moniker, no James Beard awards and barely any food scene at all...
“About five years ago we got all this national attention with 'it city' and the TV show. I think everyone thought they could come here, put their name on a restaurant, make some investment and it was going to be a home run. Ten years ago that was the case, maybe even five years ago. Today, that is definitely not the case,” said Sam Reed of Reed Hospitality Group, which owns Sinema and decided in November to close casual seafood restaurant The Hook.
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