From Nashville’s vintage baseball league to a stunning lake house in Georgia, here’s what you didn’t see in the May issue.
Come dinner, arrive early for a counter seat at Uchi, a temple of Japanese cuisine where artistic seafood dishes are as thrilling to see as they are to eat. Pictured here is the Pork Jowl: Brussels sprouts, kimchee, romaine, and preserved lemon.
The newly formed Tennessee Association of Vintage Base Ball (two words, just as it was spelled until the 1930s) hits a home run with its Sunday matches. The eight-team league plays through September, using 1864-era rules, at historic sites and parks around the Nashville area, including the sweeping Bicentennial Capitol Mall. Bring a blanket and hit up one of the food trucks parked around the field for lunch. We love the trousers, caps, and free admission—all wistful reminders of the good ol’ days.
Little Rockers are venturing out of the highly developed downtown banks of the Arkansas River and heading for the close-knit community of Southside Main Street.
Beer lovers flock to The Hay Merchant, where Kevin Floyd (co-owner with Bobby) curates more than 70 craft beers on tap.
Chef Matthew Bell, formerly of the Capital Hotel, opened this culinary ode to Southern cuisine last year in conjunction with the literati-favorite Oxford American magazine.
Every Wednesday night, dine out while Local Live (a free concert series showcasing the best music talent in the area) takes the stage.
In our Like Mother, Like Daughter feature, we featured Regina Lynch and her daughter, Destiny Lynch. Their design advice? “Limit color palettes to ranges of neutrals for a relaxed look.”
Planning a Mother’s Day brunch? Try making our Vegetable Frittata and Spicy Arugula Salad with Warm Bacon Vinaigrette.
The new courtyard in Yvonne Tocquigny and Tom Fornoff’s garden in Austin, Texas, is a perfect spot for dining and cocktail parties when the weather is nice. “We consider it an extension of our house,” says Yvonne.
Lynn Cochran’s lake house on Lake Burton, Georgia, is the perfect spring and summer escape.