About David Onri
Artist and Curator living in Nashville, TN
Current city: Nashville
Artist and Curator living in Nashville, TN
DIY music venue that has a wide range of programming, from punk music to electronic to jazz to art performances as well as dance parties with vegan food and drinks.
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Cozy and comfortable Thai restaurant with excellent curries and noodle dishes. Lovely spice blends and great service. They have excellent coconut ice cream as well.
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Nashville and Memphis based contemporary art gallery that shows emerging, mid-career and well-established artists. New art exhibits up every first Saturday of the month.
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An interesting, off the beaten path art building that houses multiple artist-run gallery spaces. Open during the week with new art exhibits happening every first Saturday of the month.
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Art House theater that shows a wide variety of films and has diverse programming from midnight movies, 35mm film, live performances, art shows, lectures after the film, and more. A local staple for independent films.
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Excellent Ethiopian comfort food, I particularly love their Shiro Wet. They do a beautiful coffee ceremony as well, not to be missed.
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Wonderful South Indian cuisine. All vegetarian and vegan and gf friendly. Definitely try the Mysore coffee as well.
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