Through a partnership that includes restaurants and bars ranging from the Catbird Seat, a 2012 Esquire Best New Restaurant to Pinewood Social, a venue with six bowling lanes, an outdoor pool, and an Airstream trailer for a bar, the brothers Goldberg are leading the food revolution in Nashville.  ...

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article by Forbes Travel Guide written by Hayley Bosch Max Goldberg is the co-owner of Nashville’s Strategic Hospitality, a restaurant group responsible for some of the hottest tables in Music City, along with his older brother, Benjamin. With a background in finance and consulting, Goldberg ...

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We talk food and travel with Ben and Max Goldberg of Nashville's Strategic Hospitality. Strategic Hospitality group specifically focuses on bars and restaurants in Nashville, Tenn. The portfolio has a wide range of projects that track the progression of where Ben and Max are, personally, at ...

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article by Rhapsody Magazine written by Hunter R. Slaton The business trajectory of Nashville’s hospitality-empire-building Goldberg brothers, Max and Benjamin, “really represents where we were at personally in our lives, and what we were into at that particular time,” Max ...

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article by  Restaurant Hospitality edited by Michael Sanson Last fall, Restaurant Hospitality issued its list of “The Coolest Multi-Concept Companies in the Land,” and on that list wasNashville-based Strategic Hospitality, run by two young dudes who have demonstrated a fearless disregard ...

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article by USA Today written by Megan Pacella Nashville is best known as a must-see destination for music lovers. But hidden amongst the famous honky tonk bars are dozens of incredible places to eat and drink, especially in the last few years. Don't let the twang of the steel guitar distract you ...

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