The always-active atmosphere at Cabana in Hillsboro Village/West End creates the perfect backdrop for a swanky sampling. For $12, today's side deal gets you two hours of private wine tasting and hors d’œuvres, a $25 value. Between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on January 12, you'll have the opportunity to fulfill your new year's resolution of trying new things.
Rumba serves up Caribbean-, South Pacific-, and Latin-inspired plates in a chic, tropically inspired atmosphere. Sate burgeoning grumbles with fried cheese bread with romesco sauce ($5) and crispy num-pang vegetable sandwiches ($3), ideally sized for one human, or please multiple tongue buds with grilled scallops topped with sesame caviar and sided by miso-potato purée ($13). Heartier main entrees such as the signature shrimp masala unite the edible soulmates of mild Indian curry and jasmine rice ($18), while grilled satay skewers dive into three sauces and include South African sausage ($9), Montego beef with toasted coconut ($9), and good old-fashioned chicken ($8). Cool down a flaming mouth bungalow with the quenching power of tropical cocktails: Rumba specializes in hand-muddled mojitos ($9) and fresh pisco sours ($8). Ten draft beers and a long list of wines from Argentina, Chile, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa are also available.
Due to the club's two-item minimum per person, customers who choose the first option must purchase four additional drinks or food items, which are not included in the price of the Groupon, and customers who choose the second option must purchase one additional food or drink item.
Adorning its racks with colorful scarves, robes, and linens, Rachel's Gifts outfits savvy Nashville shoppers with a bounty of boutique goods and keepsakes. Peek inside the brightly dressed window space to scope sparkly jewelry and handbags before moving inside to feast your eyes on the fashionable finds.
The friendly staff at Cloud 9 stockpiles a variety of different tobacco and tobacco-free shisha flavors, alongside a menu of fingerpicking fare and craft beers. Guests can pack regular ($12) or large ($18) hookah bowls with tasty fusions such as the apple, cherry, and coconut blend of Al-Fakher, or add extra zest with flavor bases more juicy than grape-juice gossip ($5). Their collection of comestibles unveils the tomato bruschetta atop a toasted baguette ($4) and the stuffed pita a la jones ($5), which delivers bite-size packages of house hummus and feta to oral doorsteps. Cool off a piping-hot palate with bottles of Avery Ellie's brown ale and Yuengling lager ($3.50 each), or take a swig from your own bottle of spirits ($8 cork fee).
Performed by a wily band of funnypeople, Bye Bye Liver: The Nashville Drinking Play is an interactive sketch-comedy show that celebrates the consumption of adult beverages. Nashville Scene calls the recently opened show—masterminded by MTSU theater alum Byron Hatfield—an evening of "boozy good fun." Each performance flows through a series of vignettes parodying the intoxicating world of drinking and male-female relations. From the infamous women's restroom to that friend who should never drink, the familiar perils of barhopping are broken down by the Bye Bye Liver players. Interactive games played during the show, including Never Have I Ever and Would You Rather, sledgehammer the fourth wall, fusing the estranged cast and audience into a chummy bunch of suds-soaked pals. All shows are for those 21 and older, in accordance with the U.S. Declaration of Independence.