West Tennessee BBQ culture in the heart of Music City! That is what you will find at The Peg Leg Porker. Before you have one of their delicious barbecue plates, or sandwiches check out the Memphis Sushi, an appetizer everyone can enjoy. Sausage cheese platter with saltines. Might sound a little funny, but trust us. You will be asking for more even after you are full. The Peg Leg Porker is open 11am-10pm Monday thru Saturday with a great patio dinning area to enjoy during spring months.
For those who do not know, Gnocchi are various thick, soft pastas of little dumplings made from potatoes. If you have never tried this Italian dish, then you are in for a treat. The Potato and Tarragon Gnocchi from Lockeland Table might be the best Gnocchi in town! Wood fired mushrooms, grape tomatoes, arugula, boursin cream sauce, with crispy TN prosciutto. This dish could only be described as a beautiful masterpiece found in Music City. Seriously, find out yourself. Lockeland Table is located 1520 Woodland St in East Nashville.
A crepe as BIG as your head. Does that give you enough reason to try the Highlander from The Red Bicycle? Seriously this sucker is big, and delicious. With an intriguing combination of chicken, apples, cheese, and sauce, you have all the ingredients you need for a meal filled with nutrition. Best part this crepe is so huge, it’s perfect for sharing with a friend. The Red Bicycle is located in Germantown and open 6:30am-9pm during the week, 7:30am-9pm Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy!
Marché Artisan Foods is a cute European style café located in East Nashville. They have one of the best brunch menus one can find in Music City. Seriously, their Steak & Eggs meal is outstanding! Two fried eggs, potatoes, and roasted red peppers steak sauce. Try this meal, and breakfast will never be the same again.
Somebody pinch me! I must be dreaming. I just had the Gooey Butter Cake from Jackson’s Bar and Bistro, and MAN! So good, you would think you were in heaven. Rich, golden brownie-like cake served warm with ice cream. Mhm-Mhm! You are not going to want to share this dessert. Jackson’s Bar and Bistro is located in Hillsboro Village and has one of the best patio areas in Nashville. Check it out.
The Smiling Elephant is a restaurant with a mission to serve you healthy, authentic Thai cuisine at a reasonable price. And they deliver! Not only is the food healthy, and reasonably priced it is delightful! You have to try the Pad Thai. Stir-fry green bean noodles with tofu, egg, bean sprouts, peanuts and a choice of meat. The secret Pad Thai sauce is what makes this dish incredible. Head on over to The Smiling Elephant on 8th Ave South, and enjoy authentic Thai cuisine in Music City!
Saint Anejo, Nashville’s Rock n’ Roll, Cantina-Chic features inspired Mexican cuisine with creative tacos, house made guacamole, and one amazing quesadilla. The sweet and savory Mango & Shrimp Quesadilla with banana, chile, and cilantro crema! Just AMAZING! They also have a premium tequila and mezcal menu with over 120 different labels to choose. Just so you know, a series of enormous convertible windows open the entire space out to M Street, and an elevated large patio shares an indoor/outdoor bar with the interior. Makes for a great night in Music City. Saint Anejo is located in the Gulch neighborhood at 1120 McGavock Street.