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GeauxldMember
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Black Pearl
Member since Nov 2003
2353 posts

Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Headed to Nashville in a few weeks and wanted to get some input on places to eat/drink. Any and all price points and fare...

So far, my list includes:
-Etch
-Peg Leg Porker
-Catbird Seat
-Arnold's Country Kitchen
-Slim and Husky's

Thoughts on those, or others, please. TIA!


Shotgun Willie
Member since Apr 2016
503 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Biscuit Love is great for breakfast....go to Southern Grist brewery if you love sour beers.


BottomlandBrew
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Member since Aug 2010
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re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
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go to Southern Grist brewery if you love sour beers.


I would modify this to say "Kettle sour" beers. SG makes some really good beers, but all the sours are kettle sours.


gmrkr5
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BR
Member since Jul 2009
13372 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Kayne Prime is good for a cocktail and fancy steak.

The Southern was a good spot downtown


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LouisianaLady
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2009
66763 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Patterson House is awesome for nice cocktails and small plates.


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Mad Dogg
New Orleans Saints Fan
Merica
Member since Sep 2016
901 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Peg Leg Porkers was great. Try all the sides you can shove down except the weird Kool-Aid pickles. I also enjoyed the hot chicken from Hattie's. If you're looking for beer, Southern Grist (lots) and Bearded Iris (hops) are top-notch. Those are 4 places I'll definitely be going back to. I didn't make it to Biscuit Love, but the lines every time I passed tell it all.


dirtsandwich
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AL
Member since May 2016
762 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Monell's
Fried baloney sandwich at Robert's


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KyrieElaison
LSU Fan
Tennessee
Member since Oct 2014
1201 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Gotta try hot chicken. Hattie Bs is great. Martins for BBQ. Overall, if your used to dining in Nola, you will be disappointed. But Nashville it a fun city. Very clean too.


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Buckeye06
Ohio State Fan
Member since Dec 2007
13033 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Think you'll do ok with your list. Catbird seat is a tough reservation but a real experience. Could do husk and pinewood social


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Jsteven
LSU Fan
Nashville, TN
Member since Sep 2010
328 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Good choices, there are so many good new places, i would recommend getting reservations now to any place that takes them.


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beHop
Iowa Fan
Landmass
Member since Jan 2012
12897 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Urban Grub


DeltaHog
Member since Sep 2009
262 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Rolf and Daughters
Gray and Dudley
City house
Henrietta red
Peg leg BBQ
Arnold's
Dino's
Marche
Nicky's. coal fired pizza


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GeauxldMember
LSU Fan
Black Pearl
Member since Nov 2003
2353 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
If you made only one or two "beer stop(s)" in Nashville, where would it/they be?


GeauxldMember
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Black Pearl
Member since Nov 2003
2353 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
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Biscuit Love


Added to the list. We like to sleep in a little when we travel, so hopefully that will help with the line situation.


KyrieElaison
LSU Fan
Tennessee
Member since Oct 2014
1201 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Also for pizza 5 Points in East Nashville is awesome. Whole area has a cool vibe to it.


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BottomlandBrew
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2010
18573 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Craft Brewed
Bearded Iris or Southern Grist.

BI is all about the juice, if you're in to that. Southern Grist has a wider selection of things. I'd do SG, but that's personal preference. I was just over at SG the other day and they had about 10 beers on tap and it was all varied and all good.


logjamming
LSU Fan
Member since Feb 2014
5550 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Eastland Cafe and Park Cafe are great date spots. Owned by the same people.

Whiskey kitchen

Neighbors



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InThroughTheOutDore
Vanderbilt Fan
Middle TN
Member since Nov 2008
6680 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
I agree on Bearded Iris (if you love hops) and am ok with Southern Grist, but I would also add in Smith & Lentz and New Heights as other places worthy of your attention. S&L is almost as good as BI on the hoppy end of the spectrum and has a wider variety of other styles that are also very good. New Heights if you like the darker, high-gravity arts (barleywines and imperial stouts). If you are really into sours and have a car, it's worth the drive to Mantra. I also have a soft spot for Black Abbey, if you prefer more of a Belgian approach.


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Displaced
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Member since Dec 2011
21008 posts

re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Jackalope brewery is really good too.


12Pence
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re: Nashville Dining Recommendations?
Otaku


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