Nashville January 15, 2019
You’ll Want To Visit The New Nashville Restaurant With The Best Southern Cooking In The City
Nashville has played host to many new restaurants in the past few years, so sometimes it seems almost impossible to keep up with the openings and closings of Music City’s culinary world. The city itself has become a mecca for not only music lovers, but foodies from all over. Liberty Common recently opened right across the street from Ascend Amphitheater, a fabulous outdoor music venue downtown, and quickly caught our eye with its expansive menu and gorgeous interior design.
Liberty Common's sister restaurant may be a name you recognize for its delectable meat-centric menus and gorgeous layout in Germantown: Butchertown Hall. Highly regarded in its own right, Amaranth Hospitality and Terry Raley have given Liberty Common a delicious menu and edge of its own in the heart of Nashville's downtown.
Jeffrey Rhodes, partner to Terry Raley and an executive chef in his own right, has a Michelin-saturated history that has given his personal experience and input on Liberty Common an upscale spin.
Modeled as an upscale southern brasserie, Liberty Common shares a building with the beautifully decorated and highly regarded The Green Pheasant, just across the avenue from Ascend Amphitheater.
Looking for pancakes with epic amounts of butter? Done. Ready to indulge in spades of French-inspired pastries or a full coffee service? This is the place.
Brunch is served every day from 10am to 2pm, but there is a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu as well as a bar menu for folks looking for a drink and a small plate.
Marketed as, "a cafe for everyone", Liberty Common has garnered handfuls of five-star ratings from locals and tourists alike. Their outdoor seating options are aesthetically pleasing as well as functional, and there's nothing like enjoying buttermilk biscuits in a beautiful space.
Every detail has been fully fleshed out, from the interior design to the musical ambiance. The SoBro neighborhood has definitely lucked out with its new eating addition.
You can visit for yourself at 207 1st Avenue S in Nashville, Tennessee, from 10am to 10pm on Sundays, from 7:30am to 10pm Monday through Thursday, from 7:30am to 11pm on Fridays and from 10am to 11pm on Saturdays. Happy eating!
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