Word of Mouth: Nashville

Tennessee's capital appeals for more than its music, neon signs and cowboy boots

Part of the appeal of Tennessee’s capital city lies in its ability to retain its storied history as a lively, talent-rich musical destination while also thriving as a bustling metropolis of cultural institutions, worthy accommodation, excellent dining and more. Nashville has experienced significant growth over the past two decades, but plenty of favorites remain: Hattie B’s hot chicken, beloved honky-tonk bar Robert’s Western World, and internationally-acclaimed …

Uncle Nearest’s Forthcoming Distillery Contextualizes Whiskey History

As the project nears completion, the company's list of lesser-known initiatives surfaces—and tells a tale of love, respect and legacy

Lynchburg, Tennessee lies at the center of plenty of whiskey history. Today, there is Jack Daniel’s massive distillery, visitor’s center and adjacent attractions—Miss Mary Bobo’s included. But 20 minutes north in Shelbyville, there’s new whiskey to be served and even older history to tell. Far more than an amendment to America’s most storied spirits brand, Uncle Nearest Whiskey spotlights a rarely mentioned individual who this …

The Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee

Since 1866, Jack Daniels has produced one of America's most beloved spirits in a dry county

Few American spirits have as much clout as Jack Daniel’s. Since 1866, the Tennessee whiskey has been produced in its hometown of Lynchburg, a hamlet located within a dry county 70 miles southeast of Nashville. Despite the prohibition of alcohol sales in Moore County, the Jack Daniel’s Distillery offers year-round tours that include tastings of the caramel elixir and access to the official bottle shop—not …