The master stylist and colorist behind Tiffany on the Row has been professionally cutting and styling hair for more than two decades. She works out of a small but airy salon with chic, black shampooing and styling stations illuminated by plenty of natural light. While haircare is her specialty, Tiffany also applies makeup for special events and shows clients how to reproduce the beautifying effects on themselves or on a melon.
ACS Maintenance’s licensed, bonded, and insured technicians clean, restore, and enhance homes and offices throughout the Nashville area. The company's dizzying array of services includes window cleaning and roof and gutter cleanings that use vengeful fungicides and telescopic brushes to hunt down offending gunk and clutter, prolonging a roof’s lifespan and preventing leaks. ACS also power-washes residential and commercial façades, removes fallen trees, cleans upholstery, and peels away outdated wallpaper. For jobs within 200 miles or 56 Paul Bunyans of Nashville, ACS Maintenance waives service charges.
To recreate an authentic pizzeria as one would find in Naples, Chef Paolo imported all the right elements, beginning with the special domed brick oven. Here the pizzas are cooked on the masonry floor, alongside burning wood. Fueled by Tennessee oak, the oven's blaze approaches 900 degrees.
While bringing your own paint to one of Art by the Glass's classes is as pointless and unnecessary as male nipples, bringing your own wine or beer to an Art by the Glass class is as liberating as it is legal. Pair your storebought chardonnay with an evening of brush-stroking contemporary paisley trees on Friday, May 14, or get painted away again in margaritaville during the beach-inspired class on Thursday, June 10.
At Nomzilla, owner Thet H. Tint draws on his knowledge of molecular biology to deconstruct and redesign classic sushi and seafood dishes. The menu gives diners a host of customization options to create their own vision of sushi perfection, but also serves up classics such as the california roll or ahi tuna roll. Noodle dishes such as shrimp-packed seafood udon or veggie udon swimming with tofu provide an alternative to meticulously built sushi structures.
Each of Steadfast and True Yoga’s studios features a soaring wall of windows, through which natural light pours and brings the brightly painted walls to vibrant life. It’s a lively place to practice the 12 styles of yoga that the staff offers, ranging from aerobically-paced vinyasa sequences to the more meditative practices of yin yoga. A rotating cast of ten teachers, each with their own teaching style and passion for the exercise form, keeps the classrooms full seven days a week.