Riddim N Spice

Nashville
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Mon11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tues11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wed11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thu11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Fri11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sat11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Available for Delivery/Takeout

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Nashville
Dec 27, 2021

The Best Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Nashville

While it’s not strictly vegetarian, diners can choose a vegan protein as the base of any of the delicious bowls at this vibrant Caribbean eatery near Meharry and Fisk. Choose a flavorful rice base to top with jackfruit or seitan strips and then pick four toppings from a long list of options to create a fantastic quick lunch dish. The kitchen can make it as hot as you want it, and beware of the highest spice levels. They aren’t messing around.

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Nashville
Nov 8, 2021

Where to Eat in Nashville Right Now

The gist: Soulful Carribean cuisine with plenty of heat and some vegan options are great reasons to visit this vibrant eatery.
The food: The cultural heritage of Riddim N Spice is clear if you know that the co-owners grew up working alongside their mother in the kitchen of Nashville’s favorite Caribbean restaurant, Jamaicaway. The brothers have moved from a food truck to their own bright space near Meharry Medical College where they are serving their own takes on island food. Build a bowl from a list of proteins including lamb, honey jerk chicken, curried shrimp, or vegan jackfruit and then pile on up to four toppings from a dizzying variety of veggies ranging from Cuban black beans to tangy peppers or queso fresco. The last decision is your desired heat level, but choose wisely because the fire ratchets up quickly as you move up the capsaicin continuum.
The cost: Bowls are $10 - $14 plate dinners are $10 - $18, quarts of the rum punch or cucumber lime cocktails are $15.

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Nashville
Jun 28, 2021

15 Essential Black-Owned Restaurants in Nashville

Ouida Bradshaw’s sons Kamal Kalokoh and Rashean Conaway added to the family legacy with a popular food truck and catering business before opening their own restaurant near Meharry Medical College. They also inherited their mother’s love of spice with escalating heat levels available in their seafood and chicken plates plus “build-your-own” Island Bowls. Paired with tropical juices squeezed fresh in-house, Riddim N Spice is a great way to take a quick trip to the islands for lunch or dinner.

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