[The Tennessean] Edley’s Bar-B-Que serves up smoky goodness in 12 South
A bit of Nashville, from the way-back machine: At the corner of Halcyon and 12th Avenue South, there was a meat-and-three, housed in a yellow painted cinderblock building. Called Cayce’s, it was a casual eatery that drew in the neighborhood for its chilled Black Label longnecks and signature fried chicken. On the side of the cinderblock was a painting of a crispy drumstick and breast and their slogan, “Home of the Honeycrust.”
Of another time, Cayce’s had a good run, but closed its doors more than 30 years ago. Occupants going forward were non-food establishments, such as Harb’s Rug Service.
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