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Dandgures is Dang Good

After vexing over some work place discussions ("What is rural, and how do you keep it that way?"), a coworker and I walked from the office down "beautiful" (in a crumpled-up Colt 45 can, wind-blown trash, random piece of clothing on sidewalk kind of way) Lafayette Street to
Dandgures, a great meat n' three place.

I had meatloaf, white beans (seasoned well and not overcooked), collards (nice and spicy), a hoe cake and sweet tea. Greg (the fellow luncher) had meatloaf, mashed potatoes and green beans I believe. At $8 for meal, drink and all, it was worth it. I'd definitely go back. If you're curious to know where it is, check out the map. Plus, somebody else has a photo of the place's mural on their blog. Pretty cool.,+nashville&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wl


  1. Who's this "Scott" and why is he posting on Erin's blog?!??!!
    Jus' kiddin'....good to see you weigh in, Tall Boy.

  2. Nice to see my brother is alive and remembers how to write on the blog. Miss you and love you.


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