1. Two Ten Jack1900 Eastland Ave #105, Nashville
2. 312 Pizza Company371 Monroe St, Nashville
3. Music City Tippler1922 Adelicia St, Nashville
4. Boca Loca Cantina & Taco Factory2000 Belcourt Ave, Nashville
5. Two Bits1520 Demonbreun St, Nashville
6. Hurry Back2212 Elliston Pl, Nashville
7. Antica507 Main St, Nashville
8. Saint Añejo1120 McGavock St, Nashville
This East Nashville Japanese-inspired pub offers skewers, sushi, and kodawari ramen, and you can wash it all down with a craft beer, glass of wine, cocktail, or a few shots of sweet sake.
Anyone who has spent time devouring pies in the Windy City can attest that this Germantown craft brew bar and restaurant is the real deal when it comes to Chicago-style deep dish pizza, even if you do have to usually wait awhile to get a table. Good things come to those who wait, though-- the long cooking times of these pan pies pretty much guarantee melty, cheesy satisfaction.
This Midtown restaurant/bar/music venue/dance floor-hybrid brings a taste of Los Angeles and New York City to Nashville. That’s fitting, as it’s actually owned by the same people who run The Tippler in NYC’s Chelsea Market.
Located in Hillsboro Village, this eatery offers up authentic Mexican food using local, fresh ingredients. And like any self-respecting Mexican restaurant, they also offer generous happy hour specials complete with beer, wine, and a wide assortment of tequila-based drinks.
Two Bits is part bar, part restaurant, and part arcade. And Not only is it stocked with classic arcade games like Pac-Man, Galaga, and Space Invaders, but they also have board games and even Playstation 4 and Xbox One consoles.
Hurry Back is an Elliston Place gem where you can easily relax and enjoy a wide selection of high-gravity local, international, and rare beers that tend to only be tapped here. Hurry Back is so focused on its beer program that each beer has a particular glass for peak taste, but don't worry they feature a small selection of American bar food. Whether you're inside the cozy bar or sitting under the sun at a picnic table, the nachos are filling and the grilled cheese with creamy tomato soup always hits the spot.
This East Nashville tapas restaurant offers a ton of unique food that you’ve probably never seen in your life. Ever had Vietnamese catfish cakes? How about Togarashi-deviled quail eggs with mushroom chip on truffle oil? No? Well, Antica has all of that and more, and the best part is that it’s all reasonably priced.
This Downtown spot serves high-end Mexican cuisine and has a TEQUILA LIBRARY, which is exactly what it sounds like: a private space chock full of tequila that can be rented out for tequila tastings, birthday parties, or as a lavish way to tell your friends you just won the lottery.