Next week, from February 26th – March 4th, Nashville’s East Side will pay tribute to its acclaimed restaurants with the first-ever East Nashville Restaurant Week. Don’t miss out on special three-course meals, for only $33 — grab a seat!
Image Courtesy of Butcher & Bee.
Butcher & Bee
“Every day we start from scratch” is the motto of this popular Eastern Mediterranean joint, where mezze and shared plates are the focus.
Book now at Butcher & Bee.
In what was formerly a residential home complete with a charming back patio, a seasoned chef puts his inventive spin on American comfort cuisine.
Book now at Fort Louise.
Cafe Roze hits all the culinary and atmospheric tropes of the moment: an all-day menu with grain bowls and the like, minimalist décor with pops of pale pink and marble, and perfectly executed cocktails come nighttime.
Book now at Cafe Roze.
Two Ten Jack
A true izakaya, albeit one that adds local ingredients to the mix, Two Ten Jack has something for everyone — kodawari ramen, yakitori, sushi — as well as craft beers, wine, handcrafted cocktails, sake and shochu.
Book now at Two Ten Jack.
Specializing in the cuisine of the Iberian Peninsula (hence the name), Peninsula serves up dishes like Serrano ham with tomato butter on grilled bread and braised rabbit in garlic broth with piment d’espelette, to be washed down with Old World wines and gin & tonics.
Book now at Peninsula.