Nibble on New French Cuisine at Le Sel
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New French meets a classic space in Midtown that'll have you toasting to the Parisians!
If you've been in Nashville for a bit, you may remember the days of Tippler. Well, it's no mas, but we can all rejoice in the fact that Le Sel has taken its place! This restaurant and raw bar is a destination for those seeking classic French dishes like escargot and duck as well as innovative takes on the cuisine like a lobster roll or roasted chicken. But don't just stop at the food, Le Sel is a legit hang-out spot for pre-dinner drinks or a night cap. Downstairs, you'll find a bar and lounge area filled with plush couches and beautiful works of art.
Bottom line: if you're craving fresh oysters, steak frites or a damn-fine cocktail, Le Sel is your jam. If you're in search of authentic French cuisine, keep in mind that Le Sel likes to get creative sometimes! However, the service and atmosphere (think black and white tiled floors, pink pastel walls and velvet booths) is bound to make you a happy camper.
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