Some Leading Lights in Town Share Best Wishes for 2019
While 2018 now lies mostly in the books, 2019 remains wide open for all kinds of epic possibilities. To help get your new year started right, here are some best wishes from some great folks in town. And, because it will soon be New Year’s Eve, we’ve even included a cocktail recipe from Nama Sushi to toast auld lang syne. Cheers, Brentwood!
Damon Smith, team leader at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Woodmont Realty and wrestling coach at Brentwood High School
“Life is what you make of it. Hold your loved ones close and don’t forget to laugh.”
Drs. David H. Kemp and Alec J. Rice of Kemp and Rice Orthodontics
“Cheers to the new year and to all our Williamson County neighbors. May this new year bring you many opportunities to smile your most beautiful smiles. See you smiling in 2019.”
Dr. Eric J. Schuck, chief medical officer of TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center
“On behalf of TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center, I’d like to wish everyone a happy and healthy new year filled with fond memories created with the ones you cherish most.”
Brentwood Family Dentists
“From the team at Brentwood Family Dentists, we hope each of you enjoys this wonderful season to the fullest and makes many treasured memories full of smiles!”
Nama Sushi Bar in Brentwood, home of the half-price sushi menus on Mondays and Thursdays, wishes you a happy holiday season and looks forward to seeing you in 2019!
The Nama Floradora
1 1/2 ounces Rain Cucumber Vodka
1/2 ounce freshly squeezed lime Juice
4 ounces ginger ale
3-4 fresh raspberries
1. In a shaker, combine vodka, freshly squeezed lime juice and ice.
2. Shake and strain into ice-filled glass.
3. Top with ginger ale and garnish with lime twist and fresh raspberries.