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Japanese restaurants in or near Murfreesboro, TN

I was wondering if anyone can recommend a Japanese restaurant in Murfreesboro (or surrounding areas). I know there are about three but I've never been to a Japanese restaurant and want to go to a nice one for my birthday!

CHOW's Intense Brownies

Well you wouldn't be able to eat them if they weren't chewy. lol.

Jul 24, 2007
la_ebbie in Recipes

Tennessee Pride Sausage

I really don't see much of a difference in the taste of sausage between the major brands but I do know some have a lot more grease than others. I think Jimmy Dean is the leanest (I also like their sage pork sausage) and that's what I use when I make sausage balls. I've used Tennessee Pride for sausage balls and they were swimming in grease! Usually I just get whatever's on sale and name brand.

Jul 14, 2007
la_ebbie in General Topics

good restaurant to throw party in Nashville area

Thanks everyone!

good restaurant to throw party in Nashville area

I'm wondering if anyone can recommend a restaurant to have a birthday party in? I will be having my 21st birthday next month and I am looking for a restaurant in Nashville where I can rent a private room to celebrate with friends. Being a college student I need a place to go that is reasonably priced but still classy. I'm also considering having the party at in a nearby town like Brentwood and Franklin as well.

Suggestions for West Nashville

Personally I really hate regular hamburger buns and love that you can get your burger with french bread. Burgers don't have to be all complicated and "gourmet" to taste great. Sometimes you just need a really good old fashioned hamburger and that's what Rotier's is.

Suggestions for West Nashville

Rotier's (on Elliston Place) is pretty good. They have great burgers and Meat and Three type of meals and they're not too expensive. Pancake Pantry also has awesome pancakes and breakfast food for a decent price too. Both are pretty causal.