5 things to do this weekend in and around Green Hills and Belle Meade

Humphreys Street Coffee

Humphreys Street Coffee

Williams Sonoma <p>Photo courtesy of the Nashville Bonsai Society</p>

    

Nashville Bonsai Exhibit at Cheekwood’s Massey Auditorium

When: Saturday, July 21, 10 a.m.

Where: 1200 Forrest Park Dr, Nashville (Massey Auditorium)

The event will feature docent lectures and a Best Bonsai Contest. Admission is included with membership or general admission.

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Humphreys Street Coffee Shop Grand Opening

When: Saturday, July 21, 7 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: 424 Humphreys Street, Nashville

Last month we wrote about this business gearing up for its grand opening, and now the day has arrived when Humphreys Street Coffee will begin serving up cups of joe. If the name sounds familiar, Humphreys has been roasting coffee to be sold in local cafes for years. Read more about the business and its mission here.

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Bill Davis Duo set at Belle Meade Winery

When: Saturday, July 21, 1-3 p.m.

Where: Belle Meade Winery, 5025 Harding Pike, Nashville

The Bill Davis Duo will play an acoustic afternoon set at the Winery on the Belle Meade Plantation.

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Nashville Burger Week

When: Monday, July 16-Sunday, July 22

Where: Various locations

Several restaurants will serve their best of this American classic for $5. Participating burger joints include Rotier’s Restaurant, Wildhorse Saloon, The Slider House, and more. Find a full list of participating restaurants here.

Peach Cobbler Factory at Williams Sonoma

When: Sunday, July 22, 12-5 p.m.

Where: Williams Sonoma inside The Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Rd, Nashville

Have you ever passed by the Peach Cobbler Factory food truck? Founder Tami Lenore will be at Williams Sonoma Saturday and is bringing cobbler and cinnamon rolls. The food company was founded in Nashville in 2013.

 

 

 

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