Monell’s Dining and Catering
For that classic southern meal, head to Monell’s Dining and Catering. This award-winning venue has a family atmosphere with its large tables and the tradition of passing dishes to the left is upheld. Between choices of skillet fried chicken, home-made cheese grits, cornbread, or melt-in-your-mouth pot roasts, guests are sure to get a taste of Tennessee at Monell’s Dining and Catering.
Address and Phone number: Monell’s Dining and Catering, 1235 6th Ave N, Nashville, TN, United States, +1 615-248-4747
Known as a new American restaurant, Silo elevates southern cuisine to create a unique experience for guests. The savory yet sophisticated farm food here is complemented by an open, welcoming atmosphere. Silo features a community table, a private dining area, a bar area, two spacious patios, and an open kitchen, so guests can feel right at home, relax and enjoy. Silo’s food is sourced from local and regional farms, and sticks true to simple but flavorsome combos throughout.
Address and Phone number: Silo, 1121 5th Ave N, Nashville, TN, United States, +1 615-750-2912
The MaD PLaTTeR
To truly get the old Nashville vibe, The MaD PLaTTeR provides local food in a 100-year-old building. Owners Craig and Marcia Jervis are dedicated to fresh ingredients (even growing their own fig tree), quality service, and preserving Nashville by composting kitchen scraps and recycling old materials. Try some of their seasonal foods like the autumn bisque with butternut squash.
Address and Phone number: The MaD PLaTTeR, 1239 6th Ave N, Nashville, TN, United States,+1 615-242-2563
While still maintaining a southern flair with its ingredients, City House contributes house-made Italian food to this southern town’s gastronomic line-up. Its menu ranges from antipasti of octopus to famous belly ham pizza.
Address and Phone number: City House, 1222 4th Ave N Nashville, TN, United States, +1 615-736-5838
Butchertown Hall captures the German culture within Nashville with its unique beer garden and wood-smoked food. Germantown’s old nickname used to be Butchertown due to the amount of German butchers living in the area, and the name stuck here at Butchertown Hall. Known as the “neighborhood joint”, Butchertown Hall features Tex-Mex food grilled over a wood fire with specialties including brisket, handmade sausage, and Nashville’s “best burger”.
Address and Phone number: Butchertown Hall, 1416 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN, United States, +1 615-454-3634