Unique Dining Experiences in Nashville

There are so many restaurants and bars in Nashville that it's hard to try them all and most of us just end up going to the same ones over and over again! If you're looking to switch up your usual date night spot or want to take visiting friends/family to some unique spots!

1711 Division St.

The Catbird Seat is a small, cozy restaurant hidden on music row that can only seat a small number of people. They offer a 10-12 course tasting menu but it's gonna cost you about $125 per person!

911 Buchanan St, 5270 Hickory Hollow (Antioch)

A more affordable option for those of us not looking to break the bank! Slim & Husky's is arguably one of the best pizza places in Nashville so get ready to stand in line! You get to choose your own toppings for your personal pizza and then they cook it right in front of you. While you wait, you can stop by their bar with a bunch of local craft brews!

507 12th Ave S Fl 2

This farm-to-table restaurant in the Gulch puts a modern spin on European classic dishes. Plus you can visit Gertie's, the whiskey bar, located right underneath the 404!

1711 Division St

By now, most people know about The Patterson House in Midtown that is speakeasy-style with old-fashioned drinks and a no-phone rule! So if you feel like stepping back in time, this is the place for you!

221 5th Ave N

Woolworth serves up classic Southern dishes while taking you back in time. The restaurant was a cafe in the 50's and 60's and was the site of many civil rights protests. Read more about the history of the location here.

434 Houston Street

Bastion is interesting because it's mainly a bar...but there is a secret room tucked away where a small number of people can eat each day. Essentially the opposite of a speakeasy! You drink in public but eat in secret.

37 Rutledge Street

Husk is located in a historic home built back in the late 1800's so you REALLY travel back in time as you enjoy small, farm-to-table

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