According to Eater.com, these are the Nashville-area restaurants where people are flocking in 2016. Let’s take a closer look at their top seven and find out if one of them might just be your new favorite!
Bar Luca – This East Nashville neighborhood bar opened in late November of last year near Barista Parlor. It’s perfect for an after-work cocktail and can accommodate groups of all sizes. Their wine and cocktail menu is the main feature but they also offer meat and cheese boards as well as small plates. They’re open Sunday through Thursday – 4pm to 1am and Saturday and Sunday from 4pm to 2am.
1100 Stratton Ave
Nashville, TN 37206
Bar Sovereign – Head to SoBro (South Broadway) to enjoy the laid back ambience of Bar Sovereign. Opening at the end of last year, they constantly rotate the drink and food menus. They’re open from 5pm until 2-3am every day of the week.
514 5th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203
Bastion – Located off of Wedgewood, Bastion opened in February of this year and is known for their drink menus and nachos. They have a new restaurant space opening next week where sharing plates is recommended. They’re open from 5:30 to 9:45 Wednesday through Saturday.
434 Houston St
Nashville, TN 37203
Butcher & Bee – Butcher & Bee comes to Nashville from Charleston and partners with local farms to provide amazing fare (think casual and creative sandwiches) in a cool space. Visit them 11am-2pm Monday thru Friday for lunch and 5pm-midnight every night.
902 Main Street
Nashville, TN 37207
Clyde’s on Church – Enjoy Clyde’s and their outdoor patio that offers games like foosball, shuffleboard and ping pong. They’re open Sunday thru Wednesday 11am until midnight and Thursday thru Saturday from 11am until 1:30am.
1700 Church St
Five Daughter’s Bakery – Don’t miss their 100 layer donuts as well as their paleo and gluten free options. BE prepared to wait in line on the weekends and check out the donut cam on their website before you go. They’re closed on Mondays, but open Tuesday thru Friday from 7am until 6pm (or until they’re sold out) and Saturday and Sunday from 9am until 4pm (or until they’re gone!)
1110 Caruthers Ave
Nashville, TN 37204
Old Glory – The 60 foot ceilings of this 1920s boiler room in Edgehill Village steal the show, but just until you taste the food! Be prepared to hunt for the front door, marked only with a gold triangle but no signage. They’re closed on Mondays but are open Tuesday thru Saturday noon to 1am and on Sunday from noon to midnight.
1200 Villa Pl #103
Nashville, TN 37212