Nashville

Discussion in 'South' started by baybum, Jan 17, 2018.

  1. baybum

    baybum Defender (626) Feb 10, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Beer:


    Club/Bars/Music:

    To Do: - Dinner Spots

    Lunch/Dinner/Brunch:

    Late Night:

    • Hot Chicken – Hattie B’s(west), Prince's(North)
    • Paradise Park
    Breakfast spots:

    • 417 Union, Puckett's, Sun Diner, Kitchen Notes, Pancake Pantry, Biscuit Love, Frothy Monkey, Big Al's Deli,
    Desserts Spots:

    • Savannah's Candy Kitchen, Jeni's IC, Mike's IC, Five Daughters, GooGoo Shop, Gigi's,
     
  2. baybum

    baybum Defender (626) Feb 10, 2011 Pennsylvania

    So this is some of the info I have gathered for a Nashville trip but would like some local or frequent visitor input. Especially - Bars & Food spots

    Cheers!
     
  3. mayorQuimby

    mayorQuimby Devotee (441) Jun 5, 2009 Tennessee
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    I personally find Bakersfield disappointing. The food is good, the place is cool, but you are always left wanting more and you pay an arm and a leg. Killer margaritas though.

    For gourmet American-ized, but delicious, tacos, I'd recommend Pancho and Lefty's.Still expensive but better.

    Also, there is a Hattie B's on 8th Ave S that is really close to downtown and still somewhat of a secret. Craft Brewed (good beer bar/store) is right down the street from there too.
     
  4. WPZY

    WPZY Initiate (83) Jan 17, 2014 Tennessee
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    List of additions, mostly by group:

    Breweries
    - New Heights

    Bars
    - 12S Taproom
    - Von El Rods (also could be for lunch/brunch)
    - Craft Brewed

    Dinner
    - City House
    - Kuchnia and Keller (new, great beer list)
    - Josephine's

    Lunch/Brunch
    - Butchertown Hall
    - 5 Point Pizza
    - Little Mosko's (breakfast/lunch M-F only)
    - Cafe Roze (right by Southern Grist)
    - Pinewood Social

    Late Night
    - 5 Points Pizza
    - Dino's
    - Hermitage Cafe

    Breakfast
    - Marche

    Would also add Husk to the lunch group, great burger and fried chicken only available then, and more affordable.
     
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  5. NeroFiddled

    NeroFiddled Poo-Bah (9,925) Jul 8, 2002 Pennsylvania

    I personally really like ACME Feed & Seed right at the end of the strip. Pharmacy Burger is nice as well, but a little far. And you don't want to miss Prince's Hot Chicken Shack, do you? Although you have to travel there and your palate will be wrecked for beer for about a half a day! - and that's if you don't try the "HOT", that'll take at least a day to clear up. :joy:
     
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  6. Jimmy_Kneecaps

    Jimmy_Kneecaps Initiate (47) Sep 19, 2017 Tennessee
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    I second 12 south taproom and craft brewed. Husk is great for brunch and much less crowded if you get there early. second 5 points pizza as well.
     
  7. imyourhero21

    imyourhero21 Devotee (476) Oct 9, 2011 California
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    This would be the #localprotip
     
  8. Quilentro

    Quilentro Initiate (182) May 12, 2017 Illinois
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    Thanks for all the suggestions! I’ll be headed to Nashville for the weekend (3/23-25), and am planning to swing by Bearded Iris and Southern Grist (nations) - we’re staying in between the two.

    Any particular beers I should be on the lookout for? Local BA stouts or sours that may still be on the shelves? Fun trade targets I should learn about? Cheers!
     
  9. vol4life88

    vol4life88 Initiate (118) Jan 6, 2013 Tennessee

    Embrace the Funk at Yazoo Brewing for sours all day... nobody is even touching them in the state IMO.
     
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  10. baybum

    baybum Defender (626) Feb 10, 2011 Pennsylvania

    The Nelson Greenbrier tour was awesome and corsair had a nice ba stout on tap next door. Bearded Iris was amazing if you like ipas. Also Stillery for food and drinks.
     
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