Jackie Gutierrez-Jones

Content manager for Dialpad and English bulldog aficionado. 

Freelance copywriting clients include Sendwave, Hard Rock Hotels, Eden Roc Hotel, Nobu Hotels, Unico 20º87º, Flaviar, Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, Story Terrace and Whole Foods Market. 

By-lines with: Observer, Lonely Planet, Time Out, Dell Perspectives, Essentialist, Nashville Lifestyles, Eater Nashville, Eater Miami, Livability, Miami.com, Mommy Nearest, Neighborhoods.com, Care.com, UrbanDaddy, HCP Media, Citizine.tv, Liquor.com, Tennessee Visitor's Guide, Onboard Media and Vivala. jax@jaxwrites.com

5 New Whiskeys to Sip This Fall

Fall and whiskey go together like tailgates and barbecue. That slight nip in the air begs for a rich, belly-warming tipple, and Tennessee offers no shortage of whiskeys to hunker down with. And sure, you could go with your tried-and-true favorites, but in the spirit of the season, a little bit of change just might do you—and your home bar—some good. With that, we’ve rounded up a list of five new whiskeys to hit the Nashville market this year.

6 Nashville Gelato Spots to Try Before Saying ‘So Long’ to Summer

With August well underway, it’s time to prep for summer’s unofficial swan song. That means cramming the remainder of the season with all the pool days, lake adventures, and grill-outs the calendar can possibly handle. The perfect accompaniment for those sweltering outdoor days? Gelato — ice cream’s smoother and creamier Italian cousin. Traditionally, gelato is made using more milk and less cream and eggs than its American counterpart, making it silkier and softer than ice cream.

The Best Restaurants And Hotels In Nashville - Nashville

Quick: name the first three things you think of when you hear “Nashville.” Country music, sure. Bachelorette parties, yes. But if your food-centric guesses start and end with hot chicken, well… we’ve got some work to do. This isn’t to say that you won’t find any hot chicken on this guide. Of course, you will. But you’ll also see Indian street food, prime rib carts, and superb pasta inside a hotel.

Walker Brothers Kombucha

Temps are hovering near the 90s. Humidity is nearing soup-like percentages. And yet, there’s nothing quite like the technicolor vividness of a Tennessee summer... as long as you have some trusty tools to help keep your cool. Enter: Walker Brothers. Helmed by co-founding team members Luke Walker, Sam Walker and Caroline Howard, the Nashville-based operation has been thoughtfully brewing non-alcoholic and high-gravity kombucha since 2018.

RH Nashville Launches a New Wine Program

Peruse any roundup of top brunch spots in the city and you can bet your bottom silver dollar pancakes that RH Nashville is somewhere on that list. In a city with no shortage of ace brunch menus, it’s especially notable that a home furnishings retailer ranks high on that list. But for those who’ve chalked up the 70,000-square-foot Green Hills home-and-hospitality experience as a one-trick brunch pony, RH Nashville’s new mantra might just be: Hold my wine.

Culaccino Brings Nonna-Worthy Meatballs, Ravioli, and Wood-Fired Pies to Franklin

Culaccino, the culinary brainchild of chef Frank Pullara, officially threw open its doors in early January with plenty of al dente pasta and outdoor drinking on its mind. The 1,500-square-foot space, which features an expansive alfresco patio, boasts cozy space heaters and a generous fire pit for warming up hungry winter wanderers. Helping take the chill off the season: hearty, belly-warming plates of authentic homespun Italian fare from chef Pullara, who previously manned the kitchens of the a

Holiday Cocktail Recipes to Try At Home this Season

Pumpkin spice lattes get all of the press when it comes to seasonal drinks. But sometimes you want a little more spirit in your cup. Sure, the holiday kind. Also, the ABV kind. OK, mostly the ABV kind. Pouring a nip of rum into a piping hot cup of tea might do the trick. Or splashing some whiskey in your cup of joe. But you deserve more than that. Your quarantine bubble deserves more than that. And truth be told, sometimes it’s just too cold out to make the trek to your neighborhood bar.

Nashville Restaurants With Outdoor Seating That Have Reopened - Nashville

Nashville began a modified Phase Two of the Roadmap for Reopening plan on July 3rd. That means restaurants are back in business, offering dine-in service along with takeout. Before you rush the nearest host stand, here are a few things you should know: All restaurants must operate at 50% capacity, party sizes are limited to no more than six people, and a mask or face covering is required when you’re not seated at your table.
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