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Nashville Trip Part 1-Restaurants

One of my favorite things about traveling is all the fun and new restaurants you are able to try. During my trip to Nashville we ate out at a variety of places from low key breakfast joints to fun bars for dinner. We didn’t go out to any fancy places, Nashville might have a handful, but what we saw were mainly casual restaurants. I often think casual are the best, espeically when you are going with a group of people. Here are my suggestions and reviews on where I ate while in Nashville.

The Frothy Monkey

– 2509 12th Ave South, Nashville

-Breakfast (also serve lunch/dinner)

The Frothy Monkey

The Frothy Monkey is very casual. In fact you place your order at the counter and then they bring it to you at a table. The food was your typical breakfast choices, I had the Tennessee French Toast which was french toast made with french bread served with eggs and a side of fruit. The espresso was a different story as in not your typical espresso choices. They had a variety of fun flavors from turtle to vanilla carmel, which was what I went with. So good!

Espresso at The Frothy Monkey

The Pfunky Griddle

-2800 Bransford Ave, Nashville

-Breakfast (also serve lunch)

The Pfunky Griddle

At The Pfunky Griddle you make your own pancakes or grilled cheese on a griddle in the middle of the table. I went with pancakes and you are able to choose what toppings you want to add to them (or in them). I went with my favorite banana and chocolate chips. They have other options such as wraps and sandwiches if you don’t want to use the griddle.

Griddle at The Pfunky Griddle

Jackson’s Bar & Bistro

– 1800 21st Ave S, Nashville

-Brunch (also serve lunch/dinner)

Jackson's Bar & Bistro

We went to Jackson’s Bar & Bistro after the race for Brunch. Of course I had a bloody mary to celebrate-spicy and delish. They also had a variety of flavors for mimosas. Highly recommend! I ate the Monte Cristo, Breakfast Quesadilla, and the Biscuits and Gravy. Although I just ran a half marathon I didn’t eat all that on my own, Stacy and I split it all. I hadn’t had a Monte Cristo in years (ham & cheese sandwich deep fried) it was sooo good! The bar also has a huge outdoor area.

Whiskey Kitchen

– 118 12th Avenue South, Nashville

-Dinner (also serve lunch)

Whiskey Kitchen

Whiskey Kitchen was what I like to call fancy bar atmosphere. The choices to eat were your typical bar food with southern comfort food mixed in. I went with the Fried Chicken Buffalo Wrap and was not disappointed. Also be sure to try some local brew while you are there.

Los Perros

Other recommendations I wasn’t able to visit:

Pancake Pantry

-1796 21st Avenue South, Nashville

-Breakfast

-This place is a known spot for tourists. Line is usually at least 1 hour standing outside. After talking to locals we passed it up after hearing it wasn’t anything too special, however it is a legendary spot in the aera.

Puckett’s

-120 4th Ave South, Downtown Franklin

-Lunch

-A restaurant that will remind you of back in the day. A small grocery store combined into a restaurant.

Jack’s BBQ

– 416 Broadway, Nashville

-BBQ buffet style

The Loveless Café

-8400 Tennessee Hwy 100

-Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

-legendary place to go to located outside of town about 20 minutes with a usual 1 hour wait time

Ever been to any restaurant in Nashville? What are your recommendations?

What is your favorite meal to eat out for?

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