If you’re a huge foodie, then you most likely are completely and totally in LOVE with Nashville. The city has recently been revitalized on the food scale, giving us a plethora of eateries and one stop shops that will take your well-deserving palate on a ride. Take a look at our favorite unique restaurants in Nashville!
10. The Flipside
This quirky 12 South restaurant is hoppin' with a neat, Americanized menu and open windows that make the whole area an airy, upscale diner.
9. Marche Artisan Foods
The European flair from Marche isn't lost to the masses, but instead invites locals to flock to their 9am morning brunch call. Darling, high-minded eating and the best tartine you've ever had the pleasure of ingesting. We promise.
You may know Husk from their Charleston location, but this old fashioned restaurant is the definition of farm to table - the garden is out back, after all. Enjoy some upscale southern comfort food but make sure to grab a reservation!
7. Edley's Bar-B-Que
If you're looking for an authentic southern bbq feel, Edley's, though a chain, encompasses the whole of it to a T. Make sure to try their banana cream pie, too! It's killer.
6. Mas Tacos Por Favor
This authentic Mexican eatery was once upon a time a food truck and makes its brick and mortar home in East Nashville. They only take cash, but the $3 tacos are enough to have you running to the bank.
5. Holland House Bar and Refuge
This upscale bar makes you feel like you've just jumped from 2016 to the roaring twenties, from the industrial chic decor to the suspender sporting mixologists.
4. Pfunky Griddle
This one is a hit for all the teeny tiny ones in your life. There's a griddle at the table, and a whole mess of add-in's for your pancake making enjoyment. How adorable is that?!
3. The Patterson House
This midtown speakeasy has an air of mystery, with the sitting room that separates patrons from those waiting a turn, to the highly talked about rules posted to their walls (no photos, for one). A spot shrouded in mystery, it's definitely a must for the Nashville explorer.
2. The Catbird Seat
This is a pricey jaunt, but The Catbird Seat is known around the world for its intricate processing and highly talented chefs that make your food - right in front of you. Yep. Only 13 folks at a time, though, so reservations are a must. And extremely pricey.
1. Loveless Café
If you're looking for the perfect southern watering hole, we suggest Loveless Cafe. Yes, it may have become a bit commercialized as of late, but the biscuits are good and the tea is sweet. You can't miss it!
What are your favorite unique restaurants in Nashville? Let us know in the comments!