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Eats & Drinks
Hattie B’sA Nashville institution, Hattie B’s has helped garner attention to earn Nashville its hot chicken reputation. After the popularity of Hattie B’s, you would be hard-pressed to find a restaurant that doesn’t offer a hot chicken sandwich, entree, or biscuit. Ranging from no heat to fire hot, Hattie B’s will have you saying “Shut the cluck up!”
HenleyThe South meets France in this stylish midtown restaurant. Henley offers amazing American cuisine with a French twist and cocktails in a beautiful venue. Great for dinner, breakfast, and brunch, you’ll want to keep coming back to try new dishes.
TavernTavern is hard to miss on Broadway, because there’s always a line on the weekend for their revered brunch spot. With 2-for-1 brunch libations, you can’t go wrong with some mimosas or anything on their brunch menu. From red velvet waffles to cheddar cheese biscuits, you can’t pick wrong. You can even order a maple fondue for the table to share. Their lunch/dinner menu isn’t shabby either.
Louie’s Wine DiveWine lovers rejoice! Louie’s Wine Dive is a “place for food and wine lovers to be social.” With an impressive wine list, shareable plates, and a great lunch spread, you’ll be coming back for great wine, friendly conversation, and a good time.
The StilleryWith mason jar cocktails, The Stillery is a solid choice for brunch, lunch, or dinner. Serving up southern comfort food, the menu features all of your favorites: mac & cheese, pizza, hot chicken, sandwiches, etc. The cocktails are as dreamy as dessert with flavors like the Dreamsicle, Honeysuckle, Strawberry Rye, and Blueberry Smash.
DeSano PizzeriaDeSano’s is a staple in Nashville. If you ask any Nashvillian, “Where do you get the best pizza in Nashville?” more often than not, they will send you to DeSano’s. Not only do they have creatively designed pies, you can bring your own wine! They honor tradition and make authentic Neapolitan pizza.
Patterson HouseEvery hip town needs a speakeasy. Upping midtown’s cool factor by several points, Patterson House is the perfect spot for late night drinks or an unforgettable date. Only open in the evenings, their website is just as mysterious as their front entrance. A small, intimate venue that holds less than 100, Patterson led Nashville into the craft cocktail era. They serve tater tots, sliders, and typical bar food, but you must try the mini-donuts. Don’t worry, it’s dark in there so no one will witness you scarf them down in two seconds.
The AinsworthOriginating from New York, The Ainsworth brings a “cool” factor to Nashville. This steakhouse features small plates, gourmet burgers/sandwiches, and tacos. Wrap up a phenomenal steak dinner with their banana pudding cake or salted caramel apple crisp.
Hi-Fi Clyde’sWith ping pong tables, shuffleboard, and foosball, Clyde’s on Church offers more than food, it’s an experience. You can play games while you sip on beer, munch on delicious eats, and take in the vintage decor. The vibe in Clyde’s isn’t your cookiecutter bar, so stop by to watch the next game.
NadaNada is Tex-Mex oasis in midtown. With brunch, lunch, and dinner offerings, you can get your taco fix any time of day. With warm tiles, plentiful seating, and fresh food, you’ll never want to leave. Its vibrancy will transport you to a colorful vacation on the Gulf.
Tin RoofA popular hangout spot on Demonbreun, Tin Roof has food, beer, and live music. Designed to support singers whether they are on stage or off, Tin Roof has a full calendar of events to network and enjoy good music and good company.
Sips & Sweets
Gigi’s CupcakesGigi’s helps make midtown a little sweeter. Whether you’re visiting Nashville or you call Music City home, it’s hard to resist one of Gigi’s delectable treats. Get their punch card to indulge in some free rewards. With flavors like chocolate chip cookie dough and strawberry shortcake, it’ll take no time for you to hit your dozen cupcakes for that free one!
Caviar & BananasBack from the dead, Caviar & Bananas reemerged better than ever. Equipped with a wine bar, freshly made salads, and a market style menu, C&B is great to stop in to refuel, whether it’s for your morning coffee, lunch, or dinner. They offer brunch on the weekends that pair well with your espresso, morning cocktails, or wine (but hey, don’t feel like you have to deprive yourself, just do all three).
Just Love CoffeeIf social justice is your thing, Just Love Coffee donates to local charities so you can spread some love along with the aroma of coffee beans. They feature coffee from Africa, Central and South America, and Asia.
Shops & Studios
WinnersHome to the Whiskey Jam, Winners has created an impressive tradition in Nashville. Welcoming songwriters with open arms, Winners created Whiskey Jam to allow anyone with lyrics and a melody to show midtown their talent. There’s also karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights for us less musically inclined folks to momentarily enjoy the spotlight. With a full bar and classic southern food on the menu, it’s the perfect accompaniment to enjoying live music.
LosersRight next door to Winners, you’ll find its perfect pair: Losers. A glorified dive bar in midtown, they host concerts in the parking lot that rival CMA Fest. Grab some food, order a beer, and stay awhile. You never know who you’ll run into.
Local ColorWith an array of art pieces and a friendly staff on hand to help, Local Color is the destination for unique art to spruce up your home. The gallery offers art from all over the world, so you are sure to find a piece that speaks to you.
GetFit615GetFit615 offers group fitness, personal training, and the chance to build a new community. You can work on cardio and strength in their Music Row studio. Their well-rounded fitness team has your every health goal covered. Stop by and experience real results while making new friends.
RCA Studio BOne of the homes to the “Nashville Sound,” RCA Studio B has witnessed the likes of Elvis Presley and the Everly Brothers. The studio has held many impressive music titans within its walls and produced music and recording techniques that have created a permanent stamp on country music. An extension of the Country Music Hall of Fame, you can tour the studio to soak in its amazing history in person.