8th Avenue/Melrose | 12South | Belmont/Hillsboro Village | Berry Hill | Capitol View | Downtown | East Nashville | Germantown | Green Hills | Midtown/Vanderbilt | Music Row/Demonbreun/Edgehill | The Nations | Opryland/Music Valley | SoBro | Sylvan Park | The Gulch | Wedgewood/Houston | West End/Elliston Place
Just south of Downtown and the Gulch is home to budget-friendly corner cafes, chef-driven restaurants, and family-friendly eateries. Whether you’re looking for burgers and beers on tap at M.L. Rose, Bluegrass Brunch at The Sutler, Nashville’s signature hot chicken at Hattie B’s, or refreshing juices at The Urban Juicer, it’s easy to see why 8th Avenue/Melrose is a great place to relax and enjoy Nashville’s signature hospitality.
One of the most walkable neighborhoods in Nashville, 12South is a dining destination chock full of restaurants, coffee houses, bakeries, and bars with patios. From bar-b-que and tacos to coffee and cocktails by a fireside, the 12South neighborhood is a great area to live, work, and play.
Conveniently located near Vanderbilt University and Belmont University, this neighborhood has a collection of cafes and restaurants perfect for a day’s stroll. Spend your time in a massive beer garden, a mountain modern steakhouse, or enjoy live music on a patio in Belmont/Hillsboro Village.
Berry Hill is nestled on the southeast side of Nashville with charming restaurants to explore. Try freshly brewed coffee at Stay Golden, indulge in a gourmet meal at The Yellow Porch, sink your teeth into a juicy burger at Brother’s Burger Joint, taste delicious jams and jellies at The Nashville Jam Co., and sip cocktails with friends at Big Machine.
Big Machine Distillery & Tavern | Brother’s Burger Joint | The Nashville Jam Co. | Stay Golden Restaurant & Roastery | The Yellow Porch Restaurant
Downtown Nashville is alive with exciting live music, great food, and outdoor dining options. Whether you’re looking for a Honky Tonk Highway excursion or a casual dining experience, enjoy your time on the patio of a restaurant Downtown.
In the early aughts, East Nashville helped put Nashville on the map as a culinary destination. Eclectic options like Butcher & Bee, smoked meats at Edley’s Bar-B-Que, craft beers at East Nashville Beer Works, craft cocktails at Vandyke Bed and Beverage, burgers and brews at The Pharmacy, Mexican fare at Rosepepper Cantina, exotic drinks and bites at Pearl Diver, and unique dishes at Lou.
Originally home to Nashville’s German settlers, Germantown boasts chic favorites in historic settings including 5th & Taylor, Henrietta Red, Rolf & Daughters, and Butchertown Hall, gameday hotspots like Von Elrod’s, and bar classics at Mother’s Ruin.
Just down the road from Downtown is the affluent neighborhood of Green Hills. Enjoy date night on the patios of Etc. and North Italia, a fun night with friends at Shake Shack, Crow’s Nest Restaurant, Greenhouse Bar, and Emmy Squared, and family brunch at The Perch. Keep your eyes peeled - you might just see a celebrity or two.
Midtown/Vanderbilt touts a variety of restaurants catering to students, the music industry and business executives, and visitors alike. Tap your foot along with local artists at The Row, Red Door Saloon, and The Stillery, brave the heat at Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, kick back at Tavern, Hopsmith Tavern, Hi-Fi Clyde's, Kung Fu Saloon, Rebar, and Jack Cawthon’s Bar-B-Que and experience a modern brasserie at Henley.
In the epicenter of Nashville’s music industry lies Music Row/Demonbreun/Edgehill with lively options from authentic Neapolitan pies from DeSano Pizza Bakery and Bella Napoli, creative pub food options, and energetic music at Tin Roof, and games and grub at Two Bits.
The Nations' formerly industrial area’s abandoned warehouses and mills with interesting architectural features have attracted craft breweries, convivial bars, unique fast-casual eateries, and innovative chef-driven restaurants. Enjoy the weather and toast with a local!
51st Deli | 51st Taproom | Burger Joint | Daddy’s Dogs | El Paseo | Fat Bottom Brewing | Frothy Monkey | Harding House Brewery | Hattie B’s Hot Chicken | Hugh-Baby’s | Midnight Oil | M.L. Rose West Craft Beer & Burgers | Nicky’s Coal Fired | Red Bicycle | Rock ‘n’ Dough | Southern Grist | The Nation’s Bar & Grill
Home of the iconic Grand Ole Opry, Opryland/Music Valley is the place for music and casual eateries. Soak in some rays and catch a game at Scoreboard Bar & Grill and John A’s, try German classics at Bavarian Bierhaus, and dine on delicious barbecue at Mission BBQ.
SoBro – short for south of Broadway – tucks away a plethora of patio options in an urban environment. Brunch, lunch, and dinner can all be spent outside amid Nashvillians and those experiencing Nashville for the first time.
2|22 | 6th & Peabody | Bajo Sexto | Barlines | Bob’s Steak & Chop House | Cinco De Mayo | City Tap | City Winery | Husk | Joe’s Crab Shack | Liberty Common | The Listening Room Café | Martin’s BBQ Joint | Pinewood Social | Tennessee Brew Works | The Southern Steak & Oyster
Feel like a local in this residential area with friendly neighborhood joints like Edley’s Bar-B-Que, Pancho & Lefty’s, Neighbors Bar & Grille, Star Bagel, Park Café, and answer. Take a walk through Sylvan Park's McCabe golf course, step back from the hustle and bustle, and enjoy the fresh air.
The patios of the Gulch represent Nashville’s expansive culinary scene with elevated options at Adele’s by Jonathan Waxman, The 404 Kitchen, Sambuca, and The Mockingbird, international cuisine from Saint Anejo and Sunda New Asian, and casual spots including Milk & Honey, Party Fowl, Peg Leg Porker, Whiskey Kitchen, Pins Mechanical Co., and The Gumbo Bros.
Adele’s by Jonathan Waxman | Milk and Honey Nashville | Party Fowl | Peg Leg Porker | Pins Mechanical Co. | Saint Anejo | Sambuca | Sunda New Asian | Superica | The 404 Kitchen | The Gumbo Bros | The Mockingbird | Whiskey Kitchen