Nashville April 22, 2016
These 7 Restaurants In Nashville Don’t Look Like Much… But WOW, They’re Good
Here’s the thing: tiny restaurants seem to serve the best food. There. I said it. They have zero stars and a cook born in 1922, but the flavor comes with character and Nashville has a few frequent offenders. Curious? Take a look at these hole in the wall restaurants in Nashville.
7. Nashville Biscuit House
The biscuits here will have you screaming for more before you even walk out the front door. Consider yourself changed once you try this place.
6. Dino's Bar
The oldest bar in Nashville serves up a solid pitcher of cold beer and a perfect cheeseburger with a side of old-school Music City charm.
5. Rotier's Restaurant
Old as your grandma and serving hamburgers on french rolls, this conglomeration of age and greasy foods will endear itself to your tastebuds quicker than you'd ever think.
4. Samurai Sushi
Located on Elliston, this sushi hole-in-the-wall is actually amazing - for its landlocked location, that is.
3. 417 Union
A true diner at its finest, 417 Union is located right downtown and serves up daily commuters with a side of character every single morning.
2. Mas Tacos
A true Nashville Cinderella story, Mas Tacos began in a truck (yep. taco truck.) and followed up with a brick-and-mortar in East Nashville. Constantly buzzing with hungry folk, Mas Tacos is legendary for a reason.
1. Hermitage Café
A true Nashville gem, Hermitage Cafe is located right down the street from boozy Broadway. It's a great spot for that early breakfast of puffy pancakes you've been craving, or as a solid attempt at hangover recovery.
Do you know of any other hole in the wall restaurants in Nashville?