Nashville June 26, 2018
The 7 New Nashville Restaurants That You Must Try ASAP
Here in Nashville, we have some of the best restaurants in the country, and we love eating at them. It’s no surprise, then, that new restaurants pop up all over the city just waiting for all of us to visit and eat their delicious food. Just in 2018 alone, there have been dozens that have opened across the city. We’ve found a few of them and put them in this list, and you simply have to try all of them.
7. Five Points Pizza - West
Five Points Pizza has long been a staple of East Nashvillians, but they recently opened a brand new spot on Charlotte Avenue on the west side. It's everything you love about Five Points pizza in a new, shiny building (4100 Charlotte Ave).
6. Mojo's Tacos
Mojo's is Franklin's newest taco spot, and boy are these things good. They're located in the Factory and have one of the best outdoor patios in Franklin, so this is definitely a spot you don't want to pass up (230 Franklin Rd).
Saltine is Nashville's newest seafood restaurant, occupying the space of the old Blackstone Brewery restaurant on West End. Saltine is known for their oysters, but if you're not in to that, the burgers are pretty incredible, too (1918 West End Ave).
Folk is East Nashville's newest craze. Opened by the same owners as Rolf and Daughters, Folk serves up small plates and some of the most unique and amazing pizzas in the city (823 Meridian St).
Another new restaurant in a familiar location, Sunda is in the old space of Cantina Laredo in the Gulch. Sunda serves up Asian-American fusion food, and the best time to go is during their weekday happy hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. where they have drink and food specials for $6 (592 12th Avenue South).
Geist has been one of the hottest restaurants of the year ever since it opened in March. The restaurant is in and 118-year-old building that used to be a blacksmith shop in Germantown. If it's nice out, sit out in the Champagne Garden (311 Jefferson Street).
1. Emmy Squared
Emmy Squared is Nashville's newest Detroit-style pizzeria (for those Nashvillians who haven't been to Detroit, think Jet's Pizza). IT's the doughiest, greasiest, most beautiful pizza you've ever had, and you need to try it ASAP (404 12th Avenue South).
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