Chef Bret Tuck Takes Healthy Approach With Smoked “Drunken” Chicken, Vegetable Sides and More on Jan. 28
Meeting, eating, and greeting with the owners and pit master of Edley’s East BBQ at their all-you-can-eat catfish fry.
Named one of the best new restaurants of 2013 by the James Beard Foundation, Hal M. Holden-Bach’s community kitchen and bar offers a diverse menu of creative dishes, wood oven pizzas, and many locally sourced ingredients at reasonable prices.
Mediocre entrees and service, but great drinks, appetizers, and salads make it worth a visit.
Hot dogs served out of an old VW bus? Of course, only in East Nashville!
Great atmosphere, live music, delicious meatloaf, and cold beer make The Family Wash a hidden gem.
High quality, gourmet pizza and local beer at this East Nashville hot spot will leave you satisfied and happy.
I liked it, but I wanted to love it. If the food were as good as the drinks, it would easily be a 5 star establishment.
Historic Edgefield is home to one of East Nashville’s best breakfast spots. Great coffee and fresh squeezed OJ compliment delicious breakfast classics and creative originals.
Burgers, beer, and ice cream. What’s not to like?