10Best Nashville, TN Restaurants
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Sinema Restaurant and Bar, Nashville's latest upscale dining destination, is located in the historic Melrose Theatre, which was built on 8th Avenue in 1942. Thanks to Chef Dale Levitski's touch, the menu at Sinema stretches beyond the bounds of typical farm-to-table Nashville dining. Make a reservation, and try the newest fine dining establishment to make waves in the Nashville food scene. Read more »All New & Notable Nashville Restaurants »
12th Avenue is becoming one of the hottest destinations for Uber Drivers transporting locals to and from watering holes as well as for hotel shuttles taking visitors to dining destinations. From those peppered closer to Broadway, MStreet and The Gulch to the the quaint spaces clustered in the 12South neighborhood, the surge represents the variety of dining options and talents in the city more than any other street. Read more »All New & Notable Nashville Restaurants »
A new generation of modern tea lounges has emerged, emphasizing that the drink is healthy and hip. Read more at USA TODAY »
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About Nashville, TN Restaurants
Whether it's down-home Southern cookin' or sophisticated Continental fare that you're looking for, you're in luck here. Nashville caters to all tastes with a restaurant scene that parallels the diversity found in its music styles. Ru San's sushi and Japanese food and Sitar's Indian dishes are just some examples of this variety. The staples of the city, however, are the meat-and-threes. Famous among these is the Loveless Café, which serves Southern classics such as fried chicken, meatloaf and chicken and dumplings, reminding you why it's called "comfort food." Loveless Café also offers a breakfast that is celebrated around the country, featuring biscuits and country ham and eggs with red-eye gravy as the main attractions. Another prominent breakfast spot is the Pancake Pantry. These pancakes, which can come with unique flavors and toppings, draw so many people that it's not unusual for the line to be around the corner and down the block. Nashville is also home to many successful restaurants that became regional or national chains; check out Whitt's Barbecue to see why it is such a hit.
- Nashville Expert Joseph K. Hall Jr.