Vui’s Kitchen is Berry Hill’s newest buzzed about addition, and it lives up to the hype. The menu is simple, and simply delicious! When we stopped in for a bite, we tried the Lotus Root salad – a hearty serving of lotus rootlets, shrimp, carrots, arugula, and packed with flavor. Next on our list to try: the Banh Mi and the Pho. A warm bowl of pho sounds like the perfect thing to get us ready for fall. Get a fresh, healthy meal that you won’t soon forget at Vui’s Kitchen!
Bastion Kitchen is making magic in food form in the WeHo area of town. This 24 seat restaurant serves a multi-course meal to each of its guests from an a la carte menu that is out of this world. We elected to take advantage of each course on the five-course menu and wish that we’d had more room to fit the cheese course too! Once you’re seated, you’ll receive a menu printed with each course, each listing three options for every one. The descriptions on the menu are minimal (think: Grouper + Peanut), but you’re server will explain the tasty details (sauteed grouper served in a peanut broth and topped with an array of tiny chopped herbs).
Fast, casual, and tasty Tex-Mex – that’s what you’ll find at Atlanta transplant Taqueria del Sol. The 12 South area is always bustling, especially on the weekends, so if you pass by Taqueria del Sol you’re likely to find a fast-moving line of tourists and locals ready for chips and queso.
The Birdhouse knows how to fry some chicken! Choose from wings, drumsticks, or tenders fried and tossed in a wide variety of sauces – Asian BBQ to sweet soy garlic. The chicken is double fried to add an extra layer of crunch while keeping the meat tender. It makes the perfect combo of tender, juicy, crunchy, and hot!
Proper Bagel has been a hit since the day it opened. If you’ve driven by the new Belmont Blvd hot spot, you have probably seen the lines out the door. But don’t be deterred – it is worth the wait! Inside, you’ll be greeted by a counter full of fresh fish, cream cheeses, and salads. If it’s your first visit, definitely order a bagel – whether you pair it with cream cheese, flavored butter, or an egg sandwich option, the bagels are seriously impressive.
Village Bakery and Provisions is on our can’t-miss list of lunch spots in the Nashville Farmers’ Market. Whether you’re meeting for lunch with coworkers or picking up a quick bite to go, this sandwich shop and bakery combo has what you need for a delicious lunch.
SILO’s menu is built around farm to table dishes filled with regional flavors. The space is warm and welcoming, featuring a community table, private dining room, a bar area to mingle with friends, and two patios for enjoying warm summer evenings.
Looking for a new grab-and-go lunch spot downtown? Southernaire Market is just the place. But it’s more than just a lunch spot. They offer freshly butchered meats, straight from the coast seafood, local produce, and any Nashville souvenir you can think of!
Have a hankering for some BBQ? Martin’s has got you covered and then some! Martin’s celebrates the whole hog, slow-smoking it over wood for hours on end…
Husk Restaurant has become a must visit in the Nashville food scene. Every ingredient has Southern roots, so you can trust that you’re eating local goodness with every bite…