Join us at Mere Bulles on Saturday, January 28th • 11 a.m – 1 p.m.
This first-ever event will invite brides and their guests to enjoy mimosas and hors d’oeuvres while experiencing the beautiful event space within The Maryland Manor.
Unlike a traditional bridal show, we will host a limited selection of specialized vendors to participate, all of which will integrate into the event with demonstrations, take-away information and a chance to meet-and-greet with brides. For more information call 615-467-1945 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservations preferred but walk-ins are welcome!
Join us for a special four course prix fixe menu Friday, Saturday or Sunday evening! Click here to save and download our Valentines menu.
Also join us on Sunday for Valentines brunch!
Mere Bulles is the perfect setting for a business power lunch, date night or a special celebration. Savor a cup of our notorious she crab bisque prior to feasting on succulent seared fish. Wine is always half-priced by the bottle, so treat yourself or top off that delicious meal by sharing a bottle with a friend, loved one, coworker or guest. Take advantage of Tennessee’s beautiful spring weather by settling into the bright and vibrant indoor patio, the elegant outdoor patio, or perch yourself on our one-of-a-kind balcony overlooking the nearby hills.
This story was originally published by Brentwood Homepage
Yesterday, Brentwood Home Page reported that Williamson, Inc., discovered in its archives various artifacts from Brentwood’s early years, which the chamber hopes to donate to the city.
Included in those items is a video entitled The Horse and It’s Heritage in Tennessee, produced by Maryland Farms and narrated by J. Truman Ward.
Ward owned Maryland Farms before it was developed into an office park, when the property was mostly farmland and a horse track.
The video is a combination of a sales video for his farm, as well as a historic depiction of several other farms in the area.
Also shown in the video is American Ace, the famous American Standardbred horse owned by Ward. American Ace is buried near the horse barn/office off of Ward Circle.
Note: There are minor start and stops in the video. The total running time nears 15 minutes.
Jonathan Romeo covers Brentwood for BrentWord Communications. Contact him email@example.com.
These prints were designed by Hatch Show Print and Anderson Design Group.
We are now booking holiday parties!
Settle into one of our cozy private dining rooms or on our indoor patio for your business or family holiday party. We offer many options to make your event unique and memorable.
Since you have booked an event with us before we wanted to give you the first chance to reserve a date in advance. The holiday season will be upon us before we know it.
Please call Jessica Hancock at 615.467.1945 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations as these dates book quickly.