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Now the 25th annual Nashville Lawn and Garden Show has planned a "Better Beer Garden," sponsored by All Seasons Gardening and Brewing Supply Co., today (Feb. 27) from 2 to 8 p.m. at the event which will be held inside the Agricultural Building at the
Board members voted 3-2 to grant conditional approval to the courtyard beer garden in the first block of Cross Street, but the appeal needed a four-vote majority to pass. Board Chairman Geoffrey Washington, who voted for the appeal, proposed several
Chateaux property in Pittsboro, North Carolina, not far from Chapel Hill. It operates on a sleep-and-dine business model that's familiar to luxury hospitality providers, plus it's layered in several additional revenue streams including real estate
High-profile Enotria and Restaurant Thir13en announced closures. On the other hand, innovative vegetarian eatery Mother is off to a roaring start, and today at 3 p.m., the long-delayed Der Biergarten in Midtown (2332 K St.) will officially open,
The open-air establishment, based on a traditional German beer garden, will open at 3 p.m. The setting includes communal dining tables, local and craft beers and German food...Among the garden's unique: It's designed out of cargo containers.
Construction continues this week at Der Biergarten , located at 24th and K streets. On the beer gardens official Facebook page , co-owners Thomas Roth and Sean Derfield posted photos this past weekend of its near-completion with outdoor lighting,
But the man was so determined to get into the Christmas party he decided it would be a good idea to try and sneak in via the beer garden instead. Foolish: This is the moment a man impaled his leg on the gate of The Fiddlers pub in Wellingborough Road,
There will be no oom-pah-pah heralding the opening of Der Biergarten at 24th and K streets, planned for early January. You'll merely hear beer steins clinking and drinkers conversing, followed by the sound of customers dispersing to an early curfew.
East Dundee officials decided Monday night to help a long-standing business with a pair of expansion projects, one that will more than double the facility and another that will extend its beer garden season...Shelton is pumping $1.1 million into the
Locals pedal to work in knotted scarves and old gentlemen walk the parks in heavy loden and felt hats...Local life continues regardless of winter, and only tourists stay away...Layer up and you'll be fine, but avoid joining tour groups: you'll be