- John "Chappy" Chapman is opening a seafood restaurant in Nashville after being displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Chappy's had been located on the Gulf Coast for 20 years before Katrina. I actually ate at Chappy's a few years ago when I was in Long Beach, MS for a conference. It was good seafood, but you could just about walk out into the parking lot and cast into the surf to catch fresh seafood. With not a beach in sight, we'll see how Chappy's fares in Nashville.
- Our personal-favorite Mexican food restaurant in Nashville, La Terraza, is in discussion with Sounds management (as part of their effort to increase minority business involvement) to have a food stand at the new ballpark should it meet with Council approval this week. Baseball is a good thing, but sucking down La Terraza's grilled alambres or camarones rancheros while watching baseball would come pretty nigh heaven.
Saturday, February 04, 2006
I got word from News 2 this week:
Posted by S-townMike at 2/04/2006 09:28:00 AM
Labels: Baseball, Dining, Hurricane Katrina, Nashville
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Huh.. where is La Terraza? I haven't tried it..ReplyDelete
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Out Nolensville Road nearly to Brentwood; on the right in an ugly strip mall. Here's a map.ReplyDelete