IN THE KNOW KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR: JOHN DYKE By Tommy Womack I’ve been in East Nashville 27 years, but I grew up on a farm, and we always raised a garden. By the time I graduated college and moved here, I was really missing some of the food I grew up with. I found out… Read more »
JOHN DYKE AND THE TURNIP TRUCK HAVE EVOLVED WITH A CHANGING CITY. Written By: Nancy Vienneau Photographers: Ron Manville NextPrevious Inside the newest iteration of The Turnip Truck in East Nashville, it’s easy to be enthralled by the expansive space, the walls of glass, the wide aisles, the brilliant displays of produce, and the second-floor bridge overhead…. Read more »
We are so very pleased to announce that our flagship East Nashville store is open at 701 Woodland Street. Our opening day was full of excitement – including a visit from Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, who cut the ribbon and made the first official purchase at our store. We are extremely grateful for her support…. Read more »
John Dyke, the owner of the Turnip Truck, is featured in the October, 2015 issue of Nashville Native Magazine. To see the spread, see Native’s online version of the mag. It’s a great article that offers some insight and history of one of Nashville’s most prominent visionaries.