Top 7 New Nashville Neighborhood Restaurants to Try
Nashville is already well-known for incredible food, amazing nightlight and creative residents. With so much vibrancy, it's no surprise that a bevy of new restaurants are opening all the time.
Here are seven of the most popular and interesting restaurants to recently open in Nashville.
Neighborhood: The Nations
This formerly industrial neighborhood is in the process of significant revitalization. It is now home to an increasing number of hip residents, restaurants and boutiques.
Salt & Vine
Simple and delicious sandwiches, salads, soups and a hip vibe are in abundance at Salt & Vine. Visit their website.
Named after the large number of German immigrants who migrated to Nashville in the 19th century, today this neighborhood is characterized by Victorian-era architecture, farm-to-table food and a robust food culture.
Vegans and vegetarians will be hard-pressed to find a restaurant that caters better to them than Veggie Village. The food is delicious, and the staff are accommodating to a wide range of tastes and preferences. Visit their Yelp page.
Neighborhood: The Gulch
The Gulch was the first railroad terminal in Nashville. These days, this neighborhood is known for live music every night and a variety of eclectic dining options.
Fin & Pearl
A focus on sustainable food sourcing and making the most delicious seafood possible makes Fin & Pearl a promising new restaurant in The Gulch. Visit their website.
Nashville residents who want larger homes while retaining the urban vibe often find themselves in Inglewood. It is also home to a growing number of top-tier restaurants.
TKO offers Chinese food from restaurant owners who care. They make a point of paying their servers well, so no tips are requested or accepted. Visit their website.
Neighborhood: Hillsboro Village
Hillsboro Village is a great place to get lunch and shop. It is known as a hip neighborhood full of recent graduates and young professionals.
The Grilled Cheeserie
The Grilled Cheeserie quickly became one of the most popular food trucks in Nashville, so the owners decided to open a “Gourmet Melt Shop” in Hillsboro Village. You've never had grilled cheese like this before! Visit their website.
Edgehill is at the center of entertainment in Nashville and is home to some of the most iconic recording studios in American history.
Barcelona Wine Bar
The Barcelona Wine Bar features a curated wine menu and some of the best Spanish-inspired food in all of Nashville. Visit their website.
Neighborhood: Five Points
With bars, restaurants and a growing number of annual events, Five Points is a neighborhood that is rapidly becoming known as one of the hippest parts of Nashville.
Public House Bar & Kitchen
Public House is a modern take on the classic cowboy bar, complete with craft cocktails, locally sourced food (and revolving menu) and an attached hotel. Visit their website.
If you are thinking about moving to Nashville and want to learn more about our city’s incredible neighborhoods, be sure to contact Carolyn Akins Real Estate at (615) 504-2447.