Marsh House
Marsh House

Marsh House

Nashville
American Restaurant
$$$$
Available for Reservations

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Marsh House in the Thompson Hotel in the Gulch is known for Louisiana-inspired cuisine that includes a lot of seafood. They’ll be serving a Thanksgiving breakfast from 8 am followed by dinner from noon until 7 pm which will feature plenty of interesting tastes of the Bayou State. The four-course prix fixe offers a choice of starters from options like shrimp toast, venison tartare, blue gouda cheesecake, grilled octopus, or sweet potato frites. Follow that with gumbo, pumpkin soup or a few different salads before plunging into the heart of the meal. Main course entrees include heritage breed turkey with traditional fixin’s, lamb shank, shrimp etouffee or hanger steak and then pick from a trio of desserts. Wine pairings will also be available.

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This Louisiana-inspired restaurant in the tony Thompson Hotel has definitely added some spice to the Nashville dining scene. Most of the menu comes from the sea instead of the marsh, and that’s a very good thing because seafood is the highlight of Marsh House’s fare. Build a seafood tower from the raw bar or choose from a fabulous grilled octopus appetizer with BBQ shrimp or seared tuna as mains to scratch your seafood itch.

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You have to hand it to New Orleans; they know how to brunch. At this Louisiana-inspired eatery in the lobby of the hip Thompson Hotel, they show their NOLA roots with a menu of shrimp toast, crab fingers, and a plate of shrimp & grits as good as any in town. In case you were looking to make your champagne drinking more efficient, Marsh House also offers chambong service with open-ended flutes designed to shotgun the bubbly down your gullet at warp speed.

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They’re pulling out all the stops for a four-course holiday feast on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day (Evening) at Marsh House. Tale a little trip to the bayous of Louisiana with appetizers like shrimp toast or venison poppers, gumbo for your second course, main dishes such as Flounder en Papillote or Garlic Clove Shrimp and chocolate bacon cake with Tennessee whiskey for dessert.
How to order: Make reservations at Marsh House’s website. To place a carryout order, choose one item from each course from the menu and email info@marshhouserestaurant.com.

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