It’s an ode to a bygone era, with both decor and menu reflecting that aesthetic. Dishes range from the addictive signature rabbit rolls to a grilled Caesar or a smoked ribeye with red potatoes and compound butter. Mixed greens, Granny Smith apples, toasted pecans, fish and chips northumberland currants, red onion,and dressed in a maple-balsamic vinaigrette & topped with Bleu cheese. Grass fed burger with swiss cheese and roasted & grilled button mushrooms on a toasted bun. Grass fed burger with cheddar cheese, romaine, tomato, raw onion, and pickles on a toasted bun.
- Hot weekend brunches and weekday happy hours featuring $5 cocktails draw the crowds to the chic spot on the ground floor of the Dream Nashville hotel.
- While there have always been plenty of places to grab a bite to eat in Nashville’s city center, the influx of visitors in recent years has helped draw new restaurants and food options to the area.
- Grass fed burger with bleu cheese, applewood smoked bacon and BBQ sauce on a toasted bun.
- Tucked inside the Arcade, Manny’s House of Pizza is easy to overlook — but that’d be a big mistake, as the small counter serves some of the city’s best cheesy, pepperoni-studded slices.
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6 oz seasoned Black Angus Beef Steak cooked to your liking, topped with sautéed portabella mushroom, onions and red peppers with melted provolone cheese and a touch of horseradish aioli. And yes, there’s a full wall lined with photos of Johnny Cash — perfect for a great photo opp with a cocktail in hand. Hot weekend brunches and weekday happy hours featuring $5 cocktails draw the crowds to the chic spot on the ground floor of the Dream Nashville hotel. Sit below the Gehry-esque glass atrium and sample a wide range of shared plates, salads, and entrees, then finish with Oreo beignets before closing down Broadway or Printers Alley. The Farm House chef-owner Trey Cioccia now has two restaurants under his belt with the opening of this cozy Printer’s Alley cocktail den.
Applying innovation, and know how to provide reliable service while maximizing space for customer comfort. Roasted garlic, red peppers, capers and EVOO served warm with garlic crostini. Make a one-time donation today for as little as $1. The enchanting B&W ushered in a new era of fine dining on Broadway. Groomed trees, paved roads and neat sidewalks usher in the change between past, present and future. Kyushu’s most international street is shooting into the future behind a new vision for its current resident hipsters and “Nightwalkers” to embrace.
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It’s a new beginning for some and the end of an era for others. Off Broadway looks to contribute to this new vision by keeping a foothold in our old neighborhood. We look forward to adding color, rhythm and flavor to a new community.
Assembly Food Hall at massive mixed-use development Fifth + Broadway opened in 2021, adding dozens more choices for those visiting the popular honky-tonk strip. Served with creamy slaw and Yukon Gold potatoes, cheesy hash browns or frites and dinner roll. Hand cut, twice fried & perfectly seasoned, served with choice of roasted garlic or chili lime aïoli.
Though more options have emerged in recent years, the Southern’s reputation for consistently good food makes it one of the most popular restaurants in the downtown sector. Acres might be one of metro Denver’s most underappreciated restaurants — except by Englewood neighbors, who have discovered the charms of the cozy dining room and the allure of the small but tempting menu. Not to be missed are « Bruce’s Biscuits » and the mac-and-cheese gnocchi, but daily specials on the chalkboard also keep the regulars coming back. A chef’s supper series on the last Sunday of every month might be the perfect way for newcomers to check out what could soon be their favorite new find. Mixed greens, ham, bacon, shredded swiss cheese, hard-boiled egg, cucumber, tomato, and red onion dressed in house made yogurt ranch dressing.
Co-owned by Nashville natives Clint Gray, Derrick Moore, and Emanuel Reed, Slim & Husky’s offers a menu of cleverly named and totally customizable pizzas alongside made-to-order salads and unique cinnamon rolls. Track down the cart on 4th Avenue or walk up to the window in historic Printers Alley to sample the best hot dogs to be found in Nashville. Choose from classics like the New York or Chicago-style dogs or gussied up options like the Big Daddy — topped with cream cheese, bacon, pickle, grilled onion, jalapeno, and Daddy’s secret sauce. A line is a common lunchtime occurrence at the weekday lunch-only deli on Union, open since 2002.
6oz pan-seared salmon served with your choice of veg or greens and choice of starch . Baby arugula, red onion, almonds, roasted and golden beets, local goat cheese, herbs dressed in house made apple cider chili vinaigrette. Grass fed burger with bleu cheese, applewood smoked bacon and BBQ sauce on a toasted bun.
The grandaddy of them all — Prince’s is the original hot chicken shack, serving legendary fiery fowl for over 70 years, and even snagging a James Beard Award along the way. André Prince Jeffries continues the decades-old tradition on the south side of town and in limited menu formats at 6th and Peabody Assembly Food Hall at 5th and Broadway, both downtown. Tucked inside the Arcade, Manny’s House of Pizza is easy to overlook — but that’d be a big mistake, as the small counter serves some of the city’s best cheesy, pepperoni-studded slices. In operation since 1984, this pizza joint is quite a popular lunchtime destination, selling NY-style pie whole or by the slice, plus calzones, and subs.