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Nashville Food: Guide of Locals Favorite Spots

Nashville Food: Guide of Locals Favorite Spots

Brunch Spots in Nashville

Café Intermezzo, nestled in Downtown Nashville, is a true hidden gem worth discovering. Whether you crave a late-night cocktail or desire a delightful brunch experience the next day, this is a charming café with mouthwatering offerings. 

A black-owned restaurant that offers a range of southern food dishes, including fried chicken, catfish, collard greens, and cornbread is Willie B’s Kitchen & Lounge.

An Instagram-worthy rooftop bar and restaurant, White Limozeen, sits on top of the Graduate Nashville. It is one of Music City’s most popular brunch destinations. Menu items include Bread Pudding French Toast and French Onion Quiche. Pair any meal with a delicious brunch cocktail like the White Limozeen Bloody Mary.

Shugga Hi Bakery & Café is a black-owned bakery and café that specializes in homemade baked goods, including cakes, pies, cookies, and pastries.

soul food restaurants

Monell’s in Germantown offers a family-style dining experience with traditional Southern comfort food. Guests sit at communal tables and enjoy dishes like fried catfish, chicken and dumplings, collard greens, and biscuits. 

Known for inventing Nashville hot chicken, Prince’s Hot Chicken offers a fiery and flavorful soul food experience. Their hot chicken is a must-try, and they also serve Southern sides like collard greens, baked beans, and cornbread. |Black-owned|

Swett’s Restaurant has been serving soul food in Nashville for over 60 years. Their menu includes favorites like fried chicken, pork chops, black-eyed peas, and macaroni and cheese. |Black-owned|

Another favorite spot is Puckett’s. It’s a popular spot that combines a general store and a Southern-style restaurant. Their menu features Southern comfort dishes, including barbecue, meatloaf, fried chicken, and sweet potato casserole.

Kingdom Grill & Cafe is a soul food eatery that offers a range of Southern classics, including fried chicken, catfish, macaroni and cheese, and collard greens. |Black-owned|

vegan and vegetarian-friendly

For a chic plant-based restaurant with a focus on creative and healthy dishes visit Avo. Indulge in their avocado-based sushi rolls, raw tacos, or their popular cauliflower steak.

Vegelicious is a Soul Food Vegan Restaurant that features two locations. Their flagship restaurant is located at 513B Fisk Street in North Nashville. |Black-owned|Woman-owned|

A popular vegetarian and vegan restaurant that offers a diverse menu of plant-based dishes, including tacos, bowls, and sandwiches is The Wild Cow. Don’t miss their buffalo tempeh wrap and sweet potato quinoa burger.

This charming bakery and cafe, Sunflower Bakehouse, caters to vegans, vegetarians, and gluten-free diners. Their menu features an assortment of vegan dishes.

Located in the trendy neighborhood of Berry Hill, Sunflower Cafe serves delicious vegan and vegetarian fare. Try their avocado tacos, tofu scrambles, or lentil walnut burgers. |Family-owned|

Known for its laid-back atmosphere, Grins Vegetarian Cafe serves an array of vegetarian and vegan dishes. Their veggie lasagna and black bean burgers are highly recommended.

Nashville food tours

Nashville’s food tours are not only a joy for the senses, but also a celebration of the city’s diverse cultures and passionate individuals who contribute to its culinary tapestry.

To embark on your own Nashville food tour adventure, you can visit the website of Walk Eat Nashville that will take you on a delectable journey through the city’s vibrant food landscape.

Another option is, A Little Local Flavor walking food tours. They’re the 2021 Traveler’s Choice Best of the Best Award winner. 


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