Eater.com went through all the southern states and found 38 essential places to eat southern. 3 Nashville eateries made the list.
First up, a meat and 3 beyond your taste buds wildest dreams. They said,
"The most splendid manifestation of the steam-table meat-and-three, a cafeteria style of Southern restaurant that particularly thrives in Nashville."
Personally, we recommend the pie. No seriously. It's bucket list worthy.
605 Eighth Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 256-4455 | arnoldscountrykitchen.com
Next they say is Husk Nashville.
If I could will myself there, I’d be eating Brock’s Appalachian sour corn cakes, fried chicken skins with Alabama white sauce, and Gullah-inspired crab rice right this minute.
37 Rutledge Street Nashville, TN 37210 (615) 256-6565 | husknashville.com
And the one hot chicken place they chose is Prince's Hot Chicken.
As hot chicken’s cayenne flames continue to blaze across America, it’s imperative to savor it at the source. André Prince Jeffries, whose great-uncle Thornton Prince III perfected the dish in the 1930s, currently oversees the family business. When you reach the end of the ever-long line, make your choice: plain, mild, medium, hot, and x-hot, and (lord help you) xx-hot. Even mild and medium can quickly induce sweat and tears; any fierier is straight masochism.
123 Ewing Drive Nashville, TN 37207 (615) 226-9442 | princeshotchicken.com
Well, we know where we're going this weekend.