Nashville February 09, 2018
The Unassuming Nashville Restaurant That Serves The Best Seafood You’ve Ever Tried
Nashville probably isn’t the #1 travel destination you have in mind if you foster a hankering for seafood, but that doesn’t mean Music City can’t hold its own when it comes to shellfish. We have a restaurant scene that truly vibes with every palate, whether you’re picky or an adventurous foodie at heart. Take a trip to the coast from the heart of our city, and fall in love with the beauty that is Fin & Pearl.
Fin & Pearl is located on 12 Avenue South, on the cusp of Nashville's Gulch neighborhood. It's great for a quick and upscale bite to eat, perfect for a date night or a private dining experience.
We're just going to leave this here, before we take you inside. Do you feel your mouth watering yet...?
The interior of the restaurant is thoughtfully designed and quite breathtaking. This just may be the most upscale visit to the coast you've ever experienced...at least in Tennessee!
Fin & Pearl makes it a point to serve only the freshest seafood, and everything served is harvested using vetted and sustainable methods. There's nothing creepy or kooky in your dinner! Just an elevated seafood plate in a stunning atmosphere.
All dishes center around a seafood base, but there's also a solid southerners heart behind the whole of it. It makes for a neat experience, especially as you dine in a seaside setting in a completely landlocked state.
Fin & Pearl works closely with privately owned fishing boats and local farms to source all of its ingredients, which means you can feel good about the small economy you're bolstering over a plate of oysters. It's a neat thing, to find a restaurant that truly cares what it serves, and why. There's a whole story behind the menu.
No words, folks. no words.
You can visit Fin & Pearl for yourself at 211 12th Ave S in Nashville, Tennessee, where it is open every day of the week. We'd recommend making a reservation, too. This is a popular place, and for good reason.
This small village isn’t too far from Nashville, and it has a
pretty neat history to it. Post-dinner adventure, anyone?