Nashville November 14, 2017
The 11 Best Restaurants Around Nashville To Take An Out Of Towner
Choosing where to eat is a considerably difficult decision, wouldn’t you say? It’s hard to figure out what everybody wants, where is close, the best spots in town…and it gets even MORE difficult when you’re visiting another city. Lucky for you, we put together a fairly comprehensive list of great eateries in Nashville, Tennessee. You won’t find our most, “touristy” spots on here, but a few deep cuts and a solid number of local hangs.
Hangin’ with the locals – that’s how you truly get to know the city, isn’t it?
11. Le Sel
You've probably seen pictures of Le Sel on your social media platforms, with their buttery pink booths taking center stage. This chic Music City eatery is designed to the nines and matches their upscale interiority with fabulous french fries (really. The locals rave about them!) and actual French fare, prepared to the nines. (1922 Adelicia Street)
If you're looking for a beautiful experience in a historic home, Husk Nashville is one of the best spots to book a table. Their meals are southern inspired and locally sourced, with a warm atmosphere that will dazzle any tourist. This is the south at its finest. (37 Rutledge Street)
9. Hattie B's Hot Chicken
Hattie B's is a bit more tourist friendly than local dives like Prince's. There are multiple locations across the city that make it easy to indulge in local hot chicken fare, and out-of-towners will love the fun and quirky vibe. (Various Locations)
8. Arnold's Country Kitchen
Located downtown, Arnold's serves up local meat-and-threes in a cafeteria inspired setting. If you're busy downtown and craving some solid southern fare, this is your spot. (605 8th Ave S)
7. Pinewood Social
This local eatery is a coffee shop, bar, restaurant, bowling alley and local hang spot all in one. Visit to experience the vibe of this massive, open space with an industrial inspired design. (33 Peabody Street)
6. Mas Tacos Por Favor
If you have a couple of bucks (they only take cash or check!) and a craving for decadently simply street tacos, East Nashville's Mas Tacos is your spot. It can get a bit crowded during peak times, so plan your meals on an off-hour and indulge in a pork taco and some elote for us. Cheers! (732 Mcferrin Avenue)
The St. Louis-based Pastaria is located in West Nashville, and pivots on inventive Italian fare with a southern flare. Indulge in a big plate of flavorful pasta and crusty, homemade bread in a quirky environment. The open layout and streamlined minimalist design only serve to heighten your overall eating experience.
(8 C1TY Blvd)
4. Fenwick's 300
The upscale diner-vibe of Fenwick's makes this fun local spot a great place for brunch. We'd say nix the line at Biscuit Love and indulge in a beignet breakfast tacos at Fenwick's. This modern diner experience is one that can't be missed! (2600 8th Ave S #103)
3. Marche Artisan Foods
This french-inspired brunch and breakfast spot is as beautiful as its menu is mouthwatering. Eat your croissants and tartines alongside expansive windows, sip your coffee while watching the morning bleed into the afternoon, perfectly peaceful from your impeccably designed farmhouse table. (1000 Main Street)
2. Steadfast Coffee
Looking for some caffeine? The airy and open Steadfast is located in Germantown, and serves as a local watering hole. Their sparse décor only serves to accentuate the delicious edge of their high end meal offerings and perfectly simply (yet delicious!) coffee menu. (603 Taylor Street)
1. City House
Located in an old, brickladen home in Nashville's unique Germantown neighborhood, City House has made a name for itself amongst locals and newbies alike. Their pork belly pizza is one of the most Instagrammed meals in the city, and the homey Italian spot creates a cozy space for a shared meal. (1222 4th Ave N)
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