Nashville March 08, 2019
The Oldest Deli In Nashville Will Take You Straight To Sandwich Heaven
Finding the oldest deli in Nashville, Tennessee is a hard feat! The city is full of great restaurants, big and small, old and squeaky new, but Noshville Delicatessen has taken the lead as one of the oldest operating delicatessens in the city. Whether you’re looking for a New York-style breakfast or maybe just a heaping sandwich with a handful of chips, this is the place to go.
Noshville is a low-key local joint that serves up delicious New York-deli inspired menu items and boasts a breakfast menu that just might be the best in the city.
The first Noshville location opened in 1996, and recently closed in 2015. The Hillsboro location has been open since 2004 and serves up delicious meals to locals and tourists on the daily.
You can show up as early as 6:30am during the week and 7:30am on the weekends. The family-friendly spot is great for an easy meal out or a long, luxurious indulgence. The cozy atmosphere is great for either experience!
We'd highly recommend the Reuben sandwich, and the authentic corned beef hash is downright delectable. The long-time Nashville favorite also makes a crazy good matzo ball soup, so make sure to order it if there's room in your belly.
It's almost patio season, and there's no better place to eat away the chill of wintertime than out on Noshville's patio. The homemade soups will keep you warm, and the massive sandwiches on the menu are bound to put some meat on your bones.
Noshville plays host to many a regular, which is a fun experience for folks who are looking to find a local restaurant to call their own. Whether you hail from good ol' New York and are looking for a taste of home or perhaps if you're a long time Tennessean and are searching for a homey place to belong.
PS: If you're looking to indulge in a We Dare Ya Size Bacon Sandwich, do it! The memories are well worth the carbs, you know.
You can visit Noshville Delicatessen at 4014 Hillsboro Circle in Nashville, Tennessee or at their eatery in the Nashville Airport. Happy noshing!
If you’re looking for another spot to eat,
this old school diner is well-worth a visit.