What was supposed to just be a humble sandwich shop in Charleston has blossomed into a small plates behemoth spanning two cities. Nashville isn’t Butcher & Bee’s first rodeo, but the menu reads like it’s lived here its whole life. You’ll find plenty of sandwiches on the menu, sure, but the mezze is what steals the spotlight. Make sure the whipped feta and avocado crispy rice make their way to your table, along with the chicken-fried cauliflower and roast chicken. Take your meal on the patio or grab a table inside the funky industrial dining room if it’s just too hot to spend another second outside.
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