You CANNOT miss the amazing food scene in Nashville, if you go! It is seriously some of the best food I’ve had in my life. I wanted to give a quick run-down of where all we went so you can get some ideas. These Nashville restaurants captured permanent places in our hearts!
This is the FIRST place we went to eat in Nashville. We wanted to try some good Nashville BBQ and Mission BBQ didn’t disappiont. The food was soo good! I had the pulled chicken, hashbrowns, and mac and cheese. A nice couple next to us gave us their dessert and it was to die for also. Here is an awkward photo of me talking/stuffing my face that my husband took of me:
We always like to make reservations when we are eating out. City Winery was the first nicer place we ate. I picked it because online it said they had live music. Well…. they didn’t. However, their wine was amazing and it was so good, I have no clue what I ate. Just kidding! We had a wood-fire grilled pizza and it was great! Definitely take an uber to this one because it was a pain to get to via car.
We wanted to have some drinks and a quick bite to eat one evening since whatever we had eaten earlier had filled us up. The Row was perfect for us! Not long of a wait at all. We ordered drinks (they were great) and we had the Bacon queso dip and bottomless chips. Seriously, the queso was DIVINE y’all. Hubby is a big deviled egg fan so he had the Deviled Eggs 5 Ways. He said they were fab also! ALSO, they have live music which was fantastic and we got to see Kata Hay who was on The Voice. (She was the one that kissed Christina Aguilera.) Definitely would recommend The Row!
We stopped here before the Lights concert and had a few beers and had their infamous Tater Tot Fondue. You MUST have this. It’s the best Tater Tot Fondue I’ve ever had. I can say this because I’ve tried 3 including this one. Go forth and eat tots, friends. Here’s my hubby who doesn’t like to smile for pics with the last remnants of our fondue:
If you’ve been to Nashville recently you know that Biscuit Love has a cult following. People wait forever outside of this joint to get themselves some biscuits. I think we all know how much I love biscuits, so yes, I forced my husband to wait in this line:
I think we only waited about 45 minutes and once you get close you get to see a menu so you can pick out your food. You order at a counter and then have a seat with your number. They bring out your drinks first – we had a Bloody Mary and a Mimosa respectively. We didn’t care much for the drinks, but the biscuits were delicious. Hubby had a Hot Chicken which I questioned at 9AM, but hey, you do you babe! He liked it and then we took heartburn pills. 😉 I’m not sure if I would’ve waited in that line if I was a local, but I think most of us were tourists in that line. It was all about the experience.