If you are looking for a place to relax and take it easy then head to Two Ten Jack in East Nashville. The atmosphere is calm and soothing. A place that’s not too rowdy, but can still show you a good time. To start, order you a beverage from their amazing menu that features excellent craft beers, hand crafted cocktails, saku, and more. Then make sure to order up the edamame. In case you didn’t know, edamame is a bean found in Taiwan, China, Japan, Indonesia, and Hawaii. It is very similar to a snap pea you might be familiar with from other restaurants. The people of Two Ten Jack like to steam their edamame and then sprinkle it with your choice of salt or spicy with miso. We like the salt, especially with an excellent craft beer, but you can’t go wrong with either choice. Go check it out!
We have another treat for you today. It’s the famous Stuffed Pretzel from Village Pub & Garden in East Nashville. Each sandwich is served between a slice pretzel, and who doesn’t love a salty pretzel bun? Make sure to order the Italian Sausage. The saltiness from the bun mixes perfectly with the savory taste from the sausage. The sausage is cooked in beer and then butterflied and placed evenly inside the pretzel. The toppings including confit bruschetta, caramelized onions, and melted mozzarella. A perfect handcrafted meal of deliciousness. Go try it!
One of the best children’s cereals mixed with one of the best items for breakfast. It’s a breakfast mix and match of epic proportions! It’s the Captain’s French Toast from Mad Donna’s and it is spectacular! Twice dipped Provence Tuscan bread, crusted with Cap’n Crunch, drizzled with maple syrup, and fresh berries served with BACON! Yes, it even has bacon. This my friends, is how you start a day! Go get you some of the delicious brunch item from Mad Donna’s over in East Nashville. Enjoy!
Right down the way from the Belcourt Theatre in Hillsboro’s Village is an awesome restaurant known as McDougal’s Chicken Fingers & Wings. This is a perfect restaurant to hangout with friends before an evening of festivities in Nashville. Licenses plates fill the walls from all over giving guests a feeling of welcome, no matter where they are from in the world. A great perk is nothing, and I mean nothing is frozen inside this place. Everything is made fresh, from their wings to their salads. No freezers, no microwaves, and no ovens. For the most part you select from items that have chicken and ones that are without chicken. For your first time, go with their world famous chicken finger basket. Tender white chicken cooked to a golden brown, and then placed in a basket with delicious fries. A classic meal that will fill you up, and give you energy to tackle a night on the town.
Is it not wonderful to enjoy a meal that has been crafted just for you? Each ingredient, each item placed perfectly together to form a piece of culinary art. The image you see below is the Duck Ratatouille Crudo from Etch. This meal consists of seared confit duck leg, then carefully piled with thinly sliced zucchini, squash, carrot, mushrooms with arugula, roasted garlic oil, eggplant salt and parmesan, roasted red bell essence, basil micro greens, and sunflower seed hummus. Each item compliments the next, and without a doubt one of the best ways to enjoy a unique mix of ratatouille in Music City. Head on over to Etch Restaurant in the SoBro district and enjoy a piece of culinary art.
Today’s meal is the heavenly and delicious melt in your mouth Tiramisu from Amerigo’s Italian Restaurant in Nashville’s West End. One bite and you will be in love. It is made with vanilla cream and served with amazing Kahlua chocolate sauce. The combination of soft and decadent, but rich and flavorful, at the same time, is what makes the dessert. Go try it, and fall in love in Music City.