Bite into a Bonut for Brunch at Biscuit Love


• July 14, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

From food truck to Airstream trailer to brick-and-mortar restaurant, Biscuit love has climbed its way up the culinary food chain since it first debuted in 2012. That's thanks to the hard work of owners Karl and Sarah Worley, who have sourced local ingredients for their Southern fare since the very beginning. The unique breakfast and… Read more »

• May 26, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Nashville may be known for its hot chicken and Southern cuisine, but restaurants like Flyte World Dining and Wine showcase the diversity of the city’s restaurant scene. This upscale eatery serves dishes from all around the world, and they’re plated so artfully that you might feel guilty taking a bite! Once you take a taste,… Read more »

• May 19, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Nashville’s answer to French cuisine can be found at Margot Cafe & Bar, a quaint eatery tucked away in the otherwise bustling Five Points area of East Nashville. This sister restaurant to the popular Marche Artisan Foods serves a blend of French and Italian cuisines inside of a cozy brick building. Rich red privacy curtains… Read more »

• May 12, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

While it seems like a new trendy restaurant opens every day in Nashville, you can still find classic, upscale American cuisine at the city’s tried-and-true favorites. Case in point: The Stock-Yard Restaurant, a longtime eatery that specializes in premium steaks and an equally upscale ambiance. American Kobe beef, premium porterhouses, and prime rib are a… Read more »

• April 21, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

What Hattie B's Hot Chicken lacks in frills it more than makes up for in flavor. The wildly popular restaurant in Nashville boasts more than 800 Yelp reviews to that effect. The majority of them refer to the signature chicken wings, which come five ways. Opt for the Southern-style wings if you're not a fan… Read more »

• March 31, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

The owners of The Pharmacy invite guests to "come feel better," but their medicine of choice doesn't come from a lab; it comes from the earth. Their kitchen team transforms beef raised in Tennessee into juicy burgers, and crafts ketchup and mayo from scratch (as well as its many other condiments). Customers rave about the… Read more »

• February 17, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

You're in for a memorable dining experience when you step through the doors of The Catbird Seat. This upscale, 32-seat restaurant in Nashville doesn't have a menu or a traditional dining room. Instead, diners sit at a horseshoe-shaped bar that surrounds the kitchen, where Chef Trevor Moran and his sous chefs prepare a unique roster… Read more »

• February 10, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Have you ever used mason jars for drink glasses and bandanas for napkins? If so, these are pretty strong clues that you’ve visited The Silly Goose in Nashville. The Silly Goose’s playful, offbeat theme carries over to the menu, which details dishes with names such as the Maltese Falcon (duck confit and rice), The Claw… Read more »

• January 27, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Nashville Exchange is a casual spot for Nashville diners looking to enjoy time with family and friends. It’s not a white tablecloth place, but locals agree it’s a great spot to slow down and enjoy a meal for anyone passing through town on Interstate 64. Lunch brings homestyle favorites like cheeseburgers, crab cake sandwiches, and… Read more »

• January 20, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Nashville's Chef Kristen Gregory is a winner of the Food Network’s Chopped competition, and she also serves as head chef at the funky and fun Firefly Grille. In the dining room, tiki lights and peace flags coexist in an explosion of color, and every little corner is stuffed with something to look at. It might… Read more »