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My First Taste of Nashville Hot Chicken: Hattie B’s

Until I took my first trip to Nashville recently I had no idea that hot chicken was a thing. But when I was polling friends on what to see and where to eat, Hattie B’s came highly recommended. I was advised that lines could be long depending on time of day, so I should consider […]
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