Monday, August 3, 2009

Restaurants in Nashville

Old Spaghetti Factory
Big River Grille
House of Pizza (and anything in the Arcade - lunch only)
Farmer's Market (very long walk from Sommet, consider driving)

NOTE: The Arcade is an area in downtown Nashville kind of in an alleyway that opens during the daytime for businesses and I think maybe on Saturdays.

West End (1 mile from downtown)
Tin Angel

21st Street (off of West End)
Sportsmen's Grill
Pizza Perfect
Roly Poly
Pancake Pantry (breakfast and lunch only)

Places to Visit Downtown
Ryman Auditorium
Country Music Hall of Fame
Parthenon/Centennial Park (off of West End)
Frist Center (art museum)

Special thanks to 90&9 staffer Alicia Tidwell for sharing her native Nashville-ian's expertise!

1 comment:

  1. Good suggestions!

    There's also a cafe in the Frist Center. Go in the front door on Broadway, and walk straight down the hall. It's at the end of the hall on the left. So delicious, and there are some pretty spots to eat outside. You don't have to pay the Frist admission if you're just going to eat.

    Farmer's Market is also a good suggestion. I like the Greek place, and the bicentennial mall is right next to it. It's a lovely place to eat and stroll.