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Oak Steakhouse

Come to Oak Steakhouse in SoBro when you want to splurge on an excellent slab of beef.

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Adele’s is a neighborhood restaurant in the Gulch that serves upscale but approachable dishes from the chef’s family kitchen.

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Otaku Ramen

Otaku Ramen was Nashville’s first solely ramen spot, and it’s still one of the best places to get it in the city.

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Woolworth On 5th

Woolworth on 5th is a historic lunch counter turned restored restaurant downtown that serves Southern classics.

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Burger Up

When you want a really good burger, a strong cocktail, and to sit at a large wooden bar or table with strangers, head to Burger Up in 12South.

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City House

City House is an Italian restaurant in Germantown that’s nice enough to take your stuffy father-in-law to, but casual enough for your quirky aunt too.

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Loveless Cafe

Loveless Cafe is a greater Nashville institution where you go for great biscuits and supper, which you’ll know about if you just woke up from 1890.

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Butchertown Hall

Butchertown Hall is a Texas-inspired spot in Germantown that’s great for an afternoon of sipping mezcal cocktails and snacking on barbecue and tacos.

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Husk is a super popular Southern restaurant in Rutledge Hill known for their beautiful plates, perfect cheeseburger, and huge bourbon selection.

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Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant

A trip to Puckett’s is just like going to the Ryman, except it’s a lot smaller, serves good Southern food, and you haven’t heard of whoever’s playing.

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Lockeland Table

Eating at Lockeland Table in East Nashville feels like you’re at someone’s house, minus the guilt from not doing the dishes and plus wood-fired pizza.

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5th & Taylor

When you’re planning a big group dinner, head to 5th & Taylor in Germantown for their banquet-sized tables, large shared plates, and spacious patio.