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Posted: Tuesday, May 13, 2014 10:30 am | Updated: 9:26 am, Tue Jul 8, 2014.

GQ got it right when it declared Nashville, Tenn., “Nowville” two years ago. No other Southern city of my acquaintance claims quite the heady mix of artists, designers and fashion-forward restaurants as the home of the Grand Ole Opry.

Sean Brock, the chef at Husk, an ode to Low Country cooking in Charleston, S.C., says that “Tennessee terroir” is part of what attracted him to return part time to his old stomping grounds and open a second branch of his celebrated restaurant in Nashville last spring. The former chef at the Hermitage Hotel describes a scene in his adopted city of “people taking chances with small businesses” and of his “feeding off their energy. It’s contagious.”

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