Marché in East Nashville is a great place to go for a low-key brunch. This bistro serves excellent pastries, crepes, and omelettes, along with a really good croque madame. If you can’t make it to Marché early enough, their sister restaurant Margot is located next door and serves really good French and Italian food for dinner, along with a wide variety of wines.
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Lyra is a Middle Eastern spot in East Nashville that serves great food and desserts but won’t empty your wallet - come with a group.
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.
Duke’s is an East Nashville dive where you go to drink cheep beers and eat a good deli sandwich after having a few too many said-beers.
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Hattie B’s Hot Chicken
There are lots of hot chicken spots in Nashville, but Hattie B’s is the best. Order a two piece, some sides, and a beer. Repeat as necessary.
Arnold’s Country Kitchen
Arnold’s Country Kitchen is a great meat and three spot for weekday lunch or for when you want to eat Thanksgiving food and it’s not November.
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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Rolf & Daughters
Rolf & Daughters in Germantown is where to go for fantastic small and shared plates and interesting wines, along with a great garden patio.
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.
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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