If you’re looking for one of the tastiest brunch destinations in town, head to Makeready at the Noelle.
Nashville restaurants are nationally acclaimed and have made Music City a sought out foodie destination. When you are looking for where to eat in Nashville, look no further! We highlight great new restaurants as well as more seasoned establishments that continue to wow. To search for the city's best by neighborhood or by cuisine, be sure to download the SB App, for the easiest way to find Nashville's best at your fingertips. Download it today, from the Apple Store, HERE.
While many of Nashville’s top dining destinations are in the metro area, there are plenty of worthy options a short drive away — and on the water. Here are some of the top waterfront dining destinations in Middle Tennessee.
Since April, 15 new spots have joined Nashville’s impressive restaurant roster. Add these to your never-ending Nashville restaurant bucket list! Image: Andrew Cebulka
The newly rebranded Union Teller, located in the heart of downtown, is a breakfast lover’s dream! Get breakfast — or any meal, really — fast, and then be on your way. Take a look at the mouth-watering menu and the mindset behind the rebrand.
No one knows Music City’s farmers’ markets like Nashville’s chefs. Get some pro tips on how to make the most of each visit.
Cool down with a smoothie or açaí bowl, or get your nutrient fix from a delicious green juice at any one of these spots in Nashville.
A new Tex-Mex hot spot has opened in Nashville! The handmade tortillas and funky atmosphere have drawn a crowd–the line wrapped around the street corner on opening day!
We can’t keep this hidden gem to ourselves any longer. Find out the (many) offerings of 51st Deli!
See what restaurants are turning Green Hills into a Nashville dining destination. Image: Emily Bolles
From family dinners to fancy nights out, here are the Nashville steakhouses we love to visit for special occasions. Image: Emily Dorio