Eat your way through this city in 24 hours.
There are a many attractions that bring visitors to Nashville, whether it is the live country music, the nightlife scene, the Johnny Cash Museum, or a bachelorette party. Nashville is one of the country’s hottest cities to visit today, so it only makes sense that the food in this city follows suit. Don’t miss these foodie spots on the Nashville in 24 list.
If there is one brunch spot that everyone raves about in Nashville, it’s Biscuit Love. This restaurant takes Southern comfort food seriously. Menu items include good old fried chicken, biscuits and gravy, and the famous Bonuts (biscuit donuts).
Five Daughters Bakery
For those who have a sweet tooth, donut miss Five Daughters Bakery. Everything is Instagram-worthy, from the adorable, Southern décor to each perfectly presented donut, and each item tastes as good as it looks.
Prince’s Hot Chicken South
Hot chicken is all over Nashville, but Prince’s is the OG. Thornton Prince started this hot chicken joint almost 100 years ago, and his great-niece now runs it. They serve their chicken crispy and spicy on the outside, and juicy on the inside.
Mas Tacos Por Favor
The best tacos are always found at hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Mas Tacos is a classic taqueria with authentic street tacos. It’s a local hotspot that won't break the bank.
Rolf & Daughters
The owners of Rolf & Daughters have made great use of an old redbrick building, turning it into a dreamy dinner spot in Nashville. The menu is simple, focusing on fresh seasonal ingredients for a savory meal.
Aside from Southern classics, Nashville is also home to award-winning cuisine.
Peninsula is a romantic restaurant with a Spanish and Portuguese menu. The small plates are full of flavor, and the bar has craft cocktails and an impressive wine list. The tomato toast is a local favorite.
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