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30+ Ways to Spend New Year’s Eve in Nashville

New Year’s Eve Celebration Dinner Tickets & times: $115; seating is available between 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. Celebrate the arrival of 2017 with a four-course dinner at Trattoria Il Mulino. Options from the menu include porcini ravioli, filet rossini and veal chop marsala with wine pairings.

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5 to Try: Summer’s last gasp

Summer’s “unofficial” ending, Labor Day, is usually in the 90's. Even the official ending on Sept. 22 is typically followed by, oh, five or six weeks of ridiculous hotness. Basically, you’re not putting away your sandals anytime soon, and I’m personally planning to complain about the heat at least through Halloween.

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Wine Spectator Recognizes Nation’s Best Wine Lists; 13 Nashville Restaurants Honored

Wine Spectator is recognized as one of the top publications in the beverage industry, and not just for their reviews of wines from around the world. They also curate a list of the best restaurant wine programs in the country, based on “lists, which typically offer at least 90 selections, feature a well-chosen assortment of quality producers, along with a thematic match to the menu in both price and style. Whether compact or extensive, focused or diverse, these lists deliver sufficient choice to satisfy discerning wine lovers.”

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TRATTORIA IL MULINO EARNS 2016 WINE SPECTATOR AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

NASHVILLE (July 15, 2016) – Nashville’s Abruzzese-inspired Italian eatery, Trattoria IL Mulino has earned the 2016 Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence and has named Rob Guimaraes beverage manager and sommelier. Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine, released the winners of the 2016 Restaurant Awards earlier this month, which recognize outstanding wine programs.

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Trattoria Il Mulino Celebrates Their Buon Compleanno

It's hard to believe it's been a year since Trattoria Il Mulino opened in the Hilton, in the former space of Eddie George's Sports Bar. The transformation of that kitschy bar into a drop-dead gorgeous dining room has been great news to downtown dining scene, particularly for conventioneers looking for Northern Italian fine dining after a session at the Music City Center.

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