Our theme will highlight the Holler. It will feature the local businesses, flavors, and faces that make North Central & historic Happy Holler the place to be.

CENTRAL FLATS & TAPS: The crew at Central Flats & Taps has a love for all things local – local food, local beer and spirits, and the locals who named this the Best New Restaurant in the 2013 Metro Pulse Reader's Poll. Anchored in the city's Happy Holler neighborhood, Central Flats & Taps offers a menu of artisan food, including paninis, salads, wood-fired pizza (aka flats) and wings with homemade sauces that range from a simply succulent butter to a steamy sriracha. Tennessee craft brews, high-gravity beers and Southern spirits are spotlighted in the deep bar selection, and the friendly, capable staff welcomes anyone who loves good food and a good time.

CHOP SHOP HAIR STUDIO: Lots of businesses claim to have rock and roll in their souls, but how many offer discounts for services if you're willing to play and sing a tune? At Chop Shop Hair Studio, a small stage and a selection of instruments share the space with a creative staff of beauty professionals whose talents include coloring and styling, facial waxing and nail styling. Chops, based in happening Happy Holler, styles with and retails Aveda's eco-friendly line of beauty products.

HOURS: Tues. – Sat. 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Holly Briggs is an artist who constantly engages with the beauty of the world around her. She draws in pens and inks, paints, plays guitar and teaches children as the art teacher at Mooreland Heights Elementary School. A native of Memphis and a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Briggs is always exploring and pushing the boundaries of her work.