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12 Nashville Restaurants Where You’ll Want To Become A Regular
12 Nashville Restaurants Where You’ll Wan…
The neighborhood spots you aspire to go to on a bi-monthly basis.
Peter’s Sushi is a small, casual spot in a suburban strip mall, where you’ll have the best sushi in town and probably see a celebrity or two.
Adele’s is a neighborhood restaurant in the Gulch that serves upscale but approachable dishes from the chef’s family kitchen.
Woodlands is a vegetarian and mostly vegan Indian restaurant where you should definitely eat, regardless of what your views on meat are.
Five Points Pizza serves New York-style pizza and strombolis for dine-in or take out late into the night.
Cafe Roze is a stylish all-day cafe with fresh food and great cocktails in a bright, welcoming space.
Frothy Monkey is a neighborhood coffee shop serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, creative espresso drinks and freshly baked goods in a cozy cottage.
51st Deli is a casual sandwich shop/convenience store that also has tacos, Mexican food, and a wide drink selection.
Rosepepper Cantina is a popular East Nashville Mexican spot with great margaritas and tacos and a spacious patio.
When you need something a bit lighter, or maybe have a vegetarian in your group, head to Vui's Kitchen, a Vietnamese spot in Berry Hill.
This classic Mexican spot in Woodbine has been around for 25 years and feels a little like a party at all times, while still remaining affordable.