In recent years the Nashville culinary scene has boomed. The city has something for everyone’s taste but we will share a few of our favorites.
You should always start your meal with dessert first! Based out of the historic Germantown area of town is a friendly establishment. The area has seen transformation through entrepreneurship and so many of the businesses are converted houses. They feature 7 flavors every day which range from sweet potato to carrot cake to campfire s’mores.
In the mood for chicken? Check out the newest chicken place in Nashville! If you’re in the mood for anything chicken they have you covered.
They feature some neat renditions of fish and grits, steak and eggs, pancakes, and french toast among many other items on their menu. The restaurant is only open Friday- Sunday and because of this there is always a wait but it is well worth it! The owners are very friendly and want to make sure you are completely satisfied and will come around to meet you during your meal. Try it! Your taste buds will thank you!
While there are plenty of other hot chicken restaurants in Nashville, Princes is the original. This establishment always has a wait but if you want to experience a Nashville original it is worth the wait!
Do you have someone in your party that is gluten-free? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Their menu consists of everything from biscuits and gravy to chicken and waffles for breakfast; kale caesar salad and black bean burger for lunch; and BLT’s along with nightly specials for dinner.
The Peach Cobbler Factory
If you are looking for some country cooking this is a great spot planted at the corner of 4th and Peabody in downtown Nashville. The menu includes favorites such as mac and cheese, greens, and cornbread. Of course their cobblers are from Granny’s recipe and are delicious.
There are many different places to eat in Nashville. We hope you enjoy our favorite spots!
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