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There’s no food more synonymous with Nashville than hot chicken and there are lots of places to get it around town. If you only go to one spot though, it should definitely be Hattie B’s. The menu is simple: order a two, three, or four piece, or a sandwich, along with some sides. There are six heat options to choose from, starting with no heat at all and going all the way to “Shut The Cluck Up.” We can’t recommend the latter, but in case you tempt fate, each of Hattie B’s three locations sells iced tea by the gallon, so at least you can get some temporary relief. And yes, there’s going to be a line, but it’s worth it.

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