-Quick Monday lunch at Cinco de Mayo, anytime
-Arts professionals: Nashville Creative Group Meeting at Emma, 6 p.m.
-Live music: Andrew Combs at The Basement, 9 p.m.
It's the Monday following the time change, and I'm sure we're all feeling it.Cinco de Mayo-- located inside of Cummins Station Codie Gentry / 12th & Broad
In need of a good lunch suggestion? Cinco de Mayo in Cummins Station is centrally located for Gulch, SoBro and Music Row folks. The food is solid, and the service is super fast. You'll be in and out and back to work in no time. Now, we don't condone drinking on the job, but Sunday –Tuesday, Cinco de Mayo has $2.99 margaritas and that's enough happiness in a cup to make even the worst Monday better.Nashville Creative Group's Online Presence Submitted
The Nashville's Creative Group is having their monthly meet-up from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at a new home at Emma Bistro at Rolling Mill Hill. (That's inside the Emma email marketing office, which is in one of the converted trolley barns housing entities like the Entrepreneur Center and Pinewood Social. The complex is off 1st Avenue South, and you can see if from the Korean Vets bridge. We are there all the time, and forget that not everyone is.) Anyway, tonight's meeting is for artists who need help building an online presence by making a plan, developing networking communities and taking action to make it all work together. The meeting is free.Andrew Combs - tonight at The Basement Submitted
If you've still got some go-juice in your Monday, you won't want to miss local celebrity and all-around amazing musician Andrew Combs tonight at The Basement. He'll be breaking in a new band before he heads down to SXSW later this week. His sound has been referred to as "Country Soul Swag" and he draws influence from 60's Chicago blues, Bob Dylan and a mix of vintage Nashville. Show starts at 9 p.m.The Lucky'Stache Bash II Submitted
Finally, at some point today, make sure you buy your tickets for this weekend's The Lucky'Stache Bash at the Greenhouse.