1412 Brick Church Pike
Nashville, TN 37207
Phone: (615) 226-3230
Fax: (615) 262-7611
The Paradise Restaurant and Lounge is an excellent restaurant and nightclub located in the city of Nashville. The place has an amazing ambience and the DJs here spin R&B, Funk and Old School hits. Party poppers frequent this place and you can catch a decent crowd almost everyday. This place specializes in serving American cuisine, and the Paradise Wings and New York Strip with potatoes is an absolute must try here. The lounge also has an interesting list of drinks to choose from.
King Of Clubs is truly the 'King' when it comes to clubs. No one can hold ground more than the King. More like an entertainment center in one, this place accommodates two clubs, a restaurant, a VIP room for the princely, a game room, an outdoor patio and a event venue that can hold around 2000 people. Weekly themed days, fabulous DJ's and awesome events keep the crowd entertained and coming back for more.
You will find the best gyro (pronounced JEER-oh) in town at this Metro Center eatery called Kebab Gyros. But diners who don't care for ethnic food can also feast on cheeseburgers and fries, chicken sandwiches with a Greek flavor or fresh vegetable pita sandwiches. The gyros are the star here, however, served with rice pilaf and tabbouleh. With most restaurants moving closer to the tourist trade, it's nice to still have a place to go for a quick meal that really satisfies.
Mas Tacos Por Favor is a food-truck that serves exceptionally delicious Mexican food. The eye-catching truck is brightly decorated with maps, rugs and cow skulls. Their tacos are considered to be the best in town, but you might also try their fried plantains, iced horchata with coffee or the fried tilapia. They have a rotating menu and have varied options for all the vegetarians. Check their Facebook page for specials and opening hours.
The Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden combines the feeling of an old-fashioned drug store soda shop with some pretty amazing German-American fare. For a good price, customers can get a variety of different import beers on tap, a delicious milkshake and their choice from a great selection of burgers and brats with thick-cut fries on the side. The beer garden at the Pharmacy offers two levels of seating and a nostalgic longing for a trip across the pond. A stop at this Nashville hot spot is well worth the time for any local or visitor to Music City. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Holland House Bar and Refuge is a terrific East Nashville spot for relaxing during happy hour or enjoying a quiet meal with friends. The atmosphere is upscale, modern casual and the service is outstanding. The cocktails at Holland House are some of the best in Nashville and make the trip to the East side of town well worth it for visitors and locals alike. Reservations are recommended for meals, but bar seating is often available during the short wait for a table. One of the best features of Holland House is their wonderful outdoor seating, which is especially nice on warm Sunday afternoons for guests enjoying the Holland House Sunday brunch.
Forget about fast food chicken sandwiches that claim to be spicy, this is the real thing. Four levels of heat are available—mild, which is frightfully spicy in its own right; medium, which will make you grimace in painful bliss; hot, which is seriously life threatening; extra hot—don't try this unless you have medical personnel nearby. Sandwiches are served with pickle spears and beans or slaw. Vending machines provide carbonated refreshment.
A casual yet hip place for groups, this place is definitely worth a try. Enjoy your favorite Italian or seafood meal in the cozy ambiance inside or with a great outdoor arrangement. This restaurant also offers a wide selection of cocktails and a full bar. The belly ham pizza is a must try. The atmosphere here is boisterous and trendy, so you know you're in for a fun evening.
Germantown Cafe is located in the historic Germantown and is a permanent hub for locals, courtesy its fresh and innovative cuisine. Offering a spellbinding view of the Nashville skyline, the interiors are extremely posh and vibrant. A perfect joint for a pre-theater dinner or a casual date. The excellent bar makes it popular for almost any event! The traditional dishes like Prosciutto Chicken, Plum Pork, Flat Iron Steak are authentic. A range of salads and sandwiches like the steak salad and grilled portobello sandwich are both nutritious and savory. Crab Cakes Benedict, omelettes and Frittatas of the Day make a fine brunch. Check the website for time related information.
Monell's Dining and Catering offers three great dining experiences in the greater Nashville area. The Nashville and Gallatin locations provide guests with Southern hospitality, family-style seating and all-you-can-eat fabulous Southern comfort foods. The menu at Monell's includes daily offerings like fried catfish, pot roast, and chicken and dumplings as well as Monell's staple, skillet fried chicken. The third location, on Bransford Avenue offers a similar menu at a quicker cafe pace. Service, atmosphere and food are all top notch. Monell's is also available for catering and private events. Guests in town just for the weekend should try the Sunday brunch.
Silo specializes in serving Southern American cuisine made in a contemporary and a sophisticated style. The dishes are well-thought and perfectly executed. Fresh ingredients and local sourcing are at the heart of the kitchen's philosophy. Though the menu is limited, the delightful creations prove to be ample. Try their take on the tradition deviled eggs served with bourbon jam or fried chicken steak or may be order a chicken confit. End your meal with one of their heavenly desserts. Check their website to know more.
Pepperfire Spiced Chicken adds spicy hot flavor to the Inglewood/East Nashville restaurant scene. Cooked to order, Pepperfire tries their best to please every customer with moist, spicy and delicious hot chicken just the way they want it. Open on Sundays and Mondays, Pepperfire is beating out the two most popular Nashville hot chicken joints, which are traditionally closed on those days. Service at Pepperfire is excellent and the wait time is worth the cooked-to-order nature of the meal. If you like hot chicken, you might want to order extra hot at Pepperfire. You won't be sorry. -Lynn-nore Chittom