In 1924, Nashville Union Stock-Yards opened to the public offering a centralized livestock-trading center. For more than 50 years it served as the regions transportation and distribution channel for livestock until 1974 when the stockyard closed for business. Just five years later in 1979 the building reopened as a restaurant, which continues today.
The Stock-Yard Restaurant, North of Broadway, is one of Nashville’s finest steakhouse that is dedicate to making sure you have not just a meal, but a memory. For starters order the Pacific Yellow Fin Tuna. They apply a Cajun coffee rub, sear the meat to med-rare, then drizzle a cilantro vinaigrette, and serve it with a key lime wasabi sauce, and mango/ papaya salsa. It’s tender, delicious, and will prepare you for your delicious main entrée.