photo credit: Oak Steakhouse
Oak Steakhouse is a spot right next to the Westin Nashville that you can use for impressing a higher-up at work or that out-of-town friend who seems to think all roads in Nashville lead to fried chicken (which they actually might be right about). So come here when you’re craving some excellent steak and don’t mind dropping $56-192 on a properly dry-aged slab of beef. Before going full-on carnivore, start light with the jewel-toned tuna tataki topped with a spicy kimchi aioli and an ice-filled tray of briny oysters. Then, you really can’t go wrong with any of the aforementioned perfectly cooked, charred steaks topped with the foie butter add-on. If the devastatingly rich butter cake with its crispy caramelized crust is on the menu, know that you’re going to have to rally and order it for dessert.