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At Acme Guitars we service and sell a wide rage of Vintage and used Guitars and amps. We service every amp we sell back to factory specs. We are also proud to continue the tradition of the Music City Guitar Shows in Nashville.(They have been held at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds for the past 25 years) The 2013 shows are June 1st and Dec 7th Dealer Load-ins are Friday before the events 1 to 7pm. Always at the Tennesse State Fairgrounds Sports Arena next to the main office.
Cheery, pretense-free and thoroughly devoted to the community, Cairdeas is the embodiment of everything that's good about Dogtown. Local artists' works adorn the walls; regulars sit and sip on the pretty garden patio. The coffee is aces, as are the smoothies and the icy, fruity granitas (perfect for a summer afternoon). And here's a bit of advice: Go to Cairdeas hungry. That way you can try the house-made baked goods, a delish gourmet sandwich or a hearty breakfast item (like a honey-wheat tortilla stuffed with bacon, egg, pepper cheese and salsa). So grab a drink, a nosh and a seat -- you'll want to stay awhile.
Though it's not baking king cakes, south city bakery the Cakery is offering custom-made, Mardi Gras-themed sweets including mask, bead and confetti decorated cookies, cakes and cupcakes for its guests.
This homey south-city spot packs 'em in on weekend mornings, and with good reason: The breakfast items are out of this world. Fluffy three-egg omelets come stuffed with the usual suspects (ham, Cheddar cheese) and more exceptional ingredients (salsiccia, artichokes); heavenly pancakes (buttermilk or buckwheat) fairly flop over the sides of the plate. Come lunchtime Chris' offers a nice selection of sandwiches. This is good food served by good folks.
St. Louis diners who have never managed to master Starbucks' sizing system will find Cold Stone Creamery's similarly challenging; the ice-cream chain eschews small, medium, and large in favor of "Like It," "Love It," and "Gotta Have It" sizes. Once the portion is picked, patrons can concoct their own creations from super-premium ice cream flavors like vanilla, cake batter, chocolate, strawberry and coffee, plus a kaleidoscope of toppings: nuts, brownies, cookies, candy, and even chunks of pie crust. The Creamery's ice cream engineers will scoop your selections onto a frozen slab and deftly fold in the toppings, ensuring that you won't have to hunt very far with your spoon for another hunk of cookie dough. Voice Places has Cold Stone Creamery down cold.
Situated along the industrial drag of Manchester Avenue, Colombo's offers a spacious spot to grab a drink and some grub. Diners can choose from a variety of starters, including Buffalo chicken nuggets, soups and salads. For larger dishes, select from pizza, burgers and sandwiches such as the fish po' boy. On nice days, guests can enjoy Colombo's front patio.
The Corner Cup is a sister restaurant to the adjacent Tamm Avenue Grill. It focuses on paleo, gluten free and vegetarian breakfast options as well as traditional fare.
Courtesy Diner has the look and feel of a classic diner complete with vinyl seats and checkerboard tiles. Diners can opt for a table or go for counter service to get the full effect. The fare includes diner favorites - burgers, eggs,a patty melt, a slinger and the "Devil's Delight," two eggs, hash browns, chili and toast.
The Courtesy Diner, like the Dude, abides. Whether you want a hearty breakfast to soak up last night's drinks, a late-night slinger to forestall the morning hangover, the best fast-food hamburger in town or a fix of cheap coffee and jukebox blues to stir your brooding soul, you'll find it here - just like you would have found it twenty, thirty, even forty years ago. Best of all, the Courtesy Diner is not an attic for Americana, and it isn't some kind of shrine to the working class; it's a working restaurant (and be prepared to pay with cash).
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