Nashville's status as an "It" city has resulted in an explosion of new businesses opening almost every week, with a particularly noticeable uptick in new restaurants. We've rounded up a list of the top new spots everyone can't seem to stop chatting about over the last 60 days.
What better way to brunch than with biscuits galore? Dress up your biscuit any way you want at Biscuit Love's second location in Hillsboro Village.
An array of menu offerings awaits you at the Charleston-based market and cafe, from avocado toast to seared salmon.
EiO and The Hive focuses on an organic menu of locally sourced ingredients and global flavors in Sylvan Heights.
Greko Greet Street Food has opened its doors in East Nashville and brings a menu of souvlakis and pita sandwiches to our Greek-deprived city.
Machine Hospitality Group's first foray into the Nashville market is an expansion of its popular beer-centric arcade bar.
The restaurant and bar in Wedgewood-Houston serves up lunch, dinner and bar eats that span the continents Hemingway visited.
The upscale, modern brasserie from James Beard Award-winner RJ Cooper focuses on seasonal cuisine.
Charleston-based Oak Steakhouse serves up a seasonally-focused menu to diners inside the Westin Hotel.
Street tacos take center stage at this small Mexican cantina across the street from Bridgestone Arena.
Music City has lacked jazz music offerings in recent years, but Rudy's Jazz Room has taken a step towards filling that void by booking New Orleans-inspired acts.
The healthy fast-casual restaurant features breakfast and all-day items in Germantown.