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Restaurants in Nashville

Quick links to Nashville hot spots from locals and our restaurant consultants

By Sarah Ann Noel - August 15, 2017

Nashville is one of the United States' most booming cities at the moment. With a jungle-like climate that lends itself to beautiful vegetation, good old-fashioned Southern hospitality, and a rapidly growing community of young artists and muscians, Nashville is dialed in to what's cool culture, particularly with Millennials. 

Our restaurants are currently working on some projects in Murfreesboro, giving us the chance to explore all that Nashville and Tennessee have to offer. While in Murfreesboro, we particularly liked the farm-to-table mission of The Goat; it was delicious food and beer, and an excellent atmosphere.

Between our restaurant consultants and some local contacts in the area, we were also able to get around to a few Nashville hotspots. Butchertown Hall is a stunning stop, making slow food with a nine-foot open hearth and a custom high-capacity smoker. The Old School was a fun experience, as the restaurant is literally an old school. Chef Kristie Bidwell (who is from Fort Collins, so we feel the Colorado connection!) cooks up excellent farm-to-table eats. And Dose, a coffeehouse and cafe, serves breakfast sandwiches unlike any other--especially if you opt for the rosemary biscuit.

Other favorites for treats or from previous visits: Five Points Pizza; Jeni's Ice Cream; Marche Artisan Foods; Mas Tacos; Burger Up; Frothy Monkey; Las Paletas; Fido; and Edley's BBQ.