Smyrna offers a wide variety of restaurants, from classic American to Salvadorian. There are many great chain restaurants that are community favorites, like Cheddar’s and Hickory Falls, but it is the locally owned restaurants that make meals special. Here are a six that are well worth a trip.
The legacy of Demos’ stretches so much farther than just their family and restaurants. The Demos’ have worked to pave the way for dining in Murfreesboro and throughout Middle Tennessee and have been making strides and adding unique concepts in the restaurant industry since opening the original Demos’ in 1989.
The 13th annual Hollyday Marketplace presented by The Junior League of Murfreesboro will be held at Miller Coliseum Saturday, Dec. 2 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year’s Marketplace will feature more than 100 talented artisans, makers and small businesses throughout the southeast.
When west Tennessee native Wade Hays moved to Murfreesboro more than 30 years ago to work in the restaurant business he had absolutely no idea he’d end up where he is today — the owner of one of the area’s most popular restaurants in an area that’s boomed beyond his imagination.
Breast reconstruction is a physically and emotionally rewarding procedure for women who have lost a breast, usually due to cancer, that is aimed at restoring a woman’s sense of normalcy and breast symmetry in clothing without the need for an external breast prosthesis.
Sitting at one of the outdoor tables at the Café Carpe on Front Street in Smyrna, and looking around the historic area now known as the “Depot District,” you feel transported back to a simpler time. At the café friends still meet and business people still make deals the old fashioned way, face-to-face over a cup of coffee.