Nashville October 20, 2017
7 Little Known Places In Nashville To Get Amazing Banana Pudding
Banana pudding is a HUGE thing here in Tennessee, and Nashville has slowly adapted to its birthright as its capital city. There are seven restaurants that are great if you’re looking to indulge in a creamy, banana-infused treat, no matter the time of day. Pair it with hot chicken or bbq, find yourself heaping on seconds at an all you can eat family buffet, or maybe even make your own. Take a look!
7. Edley's Bar-B-Que
Edley's may be known for their bbq, but they hold a solid stand when it comes to their dessert menu. Although their pies may look killer — and they are — we'd recommend going for their banana pudding. It's creamy, made in-house, and completely delicious. (Various Locations)
6. Hattie B's Hot Chicken
You have to cool off your mouth somehow! We were pleasantly surprised with the offerings at Hattie B's, with a crumbly Nilla wafer topping that added just the right amount of crunch to balance the creamy. (Various Locations)
5. Monell's Dining & Catering
You can't forget Monell's, of course. This historic restaurant is known for their decadent offerings, and all of their meals are served family-style. That, of course, means just one thing: SECONDS. (Various Locations)
4. Arnold's Country Kitchen
Banana pudding isn't too photogenic, so believe us when we say Arnold's Country Kitchen serves up a solid ladleful of banana infused deliciousness. The historic space is a Nashville classic, and is served up cafeteria-style in the heart of downtown. (605 8th Ave S)
3. The Loveless Café
Ah, yes. A Nashville icon. Of course we have to travel out on Highway 100 to meet up with Loveless, epitomized in so many television shows and movies. Their banana pudding offers up a taste to remember (see what we did there? Awkward...) and comes highly recommended. (8400 TN-100)
2. The Southern Steak & Oyster
This gorgeous restaurant is located in downtown Nashville, and they have the corner on fabulous, upscale banana pudding. It's an investment you don't want to miss! (150 3rd Ave S #110)
1. Or you can try making your own banana pudding at home!
We found this fabulous recipe via The Tennessean, and we think it's a fabulous idea: make your own. Make your own banana pudding with your kids, with your friends - make a memory AND a delicious, creamy dessert. Find
the recipe here!
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