Subject:

Nathalie Pettus

  • Dining

    March 20, 2014
  • Blogs

    March 20, 2014

    Critic's Notebook: Nathalie Pettus Wants the Restaurant Experience from Ratatouille

    "You know that scene in Ratatouille, the one where they finally have their own restaurant and the critic is eating there? People are peering in the window from the outside, and the room looks so warm, inviting, convivial. There are flowers everywhere, and it just exudes warmth. That's what I am goin ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 18, 2014

    Review Preview: Nathalie's

    As I child, I loved the story of the Town Mouse and the Country Mouse and would often wonder which life I'd choose: that of the bustling cosmopolitan city or the tranquil countryside. Nathalie Pettus doesn't feel the need to make this choice. The Overlook Farm owner lives out both roles as the propr ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 4, 2014

    UPDATED: Fire at Overlook Farm Burns Restaurant "To the Ground"

    A fire at the restaurant at Nathalie Pettus' Overlook Farm (901 South Highway 79, Clarksville; 573-242-3838) early this morning burned the building to the ground, Pettus tells Gut Check. No one was hurt, but as of now she doesn't know what caused the fire. See also: Nathalie's to Bring Overlook Far ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 17, 2013

    Nathalie's Opens on Lindell; Is the Third Time the Charm?

    Nathalie Pettus can barely contain herself. A project ten years in the making has finally come to fruition. After the failure of her own restaurant, Savor, and her tenant, Salt, Pettus feels this is finally the right fit at 4356 Lindell Boulevard. See also: Nathalie's to Bring Overlook Farm to Form ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 22, 2013

    Nathalie's to Bring Overlook Farm to Former Home of Salt

    4356 Lindell Boulevard has been many things (even a mortuary) and Nathalie Pettus is hoping this is the one that sticks. The woman behind Overlook Farm in Clarksville is opening a new restaurant, Nathalie's, in the 19th century mansion which the late, great Salt recently vacated, as first reported b ... More >>

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