NASHVILLE — It’s not a common thing for people to be hungry.
It’s a rarity when a restaurant can’t keep up with demand.
It can also be a frustrating experience for the customer.
In Nashville, that can lead to a very frustrating meal.
That’s because Nashville’s restaurant scene is so dynamic, with restaurants popping up and closing, and the city is constantly changing.
Some people don’t want to return, others have already eaten there, and others are still waiting for their place.
It all depends on where you’re in the city, according to a recent New York Times piece on the changing dining scene.
The article pointed out that the city has had more than 50,000 new restaurants since 2000.
There are a lot of people who are eager to get back in and see what all the fuss is about.
The article also points out that there are restaurants that have been around for decades that have grown in popularity and become a part of the fabric of Nashville.
“It’s not easy for the people who have been in business for decades to keep up,” said one restaurateur who wished to remain anonymous.
“You’ve got to keep it simple and keep doing what you’ve been doing.
If you keep doing it right, people are going to stay loyal to you.
If they don’t, you’ll be out of business.
You’re in big trouble.”
The Times article went on to describe how one Nashville restaurant had been a “must-visit” for many people, with many patrons wanting to go back again and again.
But now the situation has become more complicated.
“We’re in this transition,” said the restaurateur.
“We’re changing the face of the city.
You’ve got a lot more restaurants.
You have a lot less people.
And people have a tendency to look at the restaurants and say, ‘Oh, I’ve been here before.’
The problem is you’ve got people who don’t really care.
I think people need to be able to find a good, quality burger at the best restaurant in town.”