rticle by Epicurious written by Lauren Salkeld "I really do think Nashville is the most exciting city in the world right now," says Max Goldberg (above right), one half of the sibling team behind some of the city's hottest restaurants and bars, including The Patterson House, The Catbird Seat, ...

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article by Inc. Magazine written by Kristin Luna You might think there's a secret sauce to launching a successful restaurant (or six), but for some restaurateurs all that's required is a dash of luck, a heaping helping of passion and enough of a footprint to pack in a bowling alley, karaoke ...

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article by Food Republic written by Chris Chamberlain In just a decade, brothers Benjamin and Max Goldberg have established themselves as the premier restaurateurs in Nashville, a town that is definitely booming on the national culinary scene of late. Elder brother Ben was the first to leap into ...

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article by Forbes Travel Guide written by Claire Gibson Brothers Ben and Max Goldberg are responsible for some of Nashville‘s most widely acclaimed restaurants — most notably, The Catbird Seat, The Patterson House and the tongue-in-cheek Paradise Park. When these two are not cruising in ...

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article by The Lipman Group Sotheby's International Realty We Nashvillians know that our city is full of great food – at all price points. In fact, one of Nashville’s humble establishments is a James Beard award winner this year! We were not surprised to find Nashville on a list of ...

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January 21, 2013

Forbes “30 Under 30”

rticle by Forbes Magazine Max Goldberg Co-owner, Strategic Hospitality  The Nashville native is slowly transforming his hometown into a dining destination with the multi-award winning chef's tasting room, The Catbird Seat, and a kitschy honky-tonk on Broadway called Paradise Park. He and ...

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