Introducing Resy Nashville

September 6, 2017 at 6:03 pm
post by Allison Chesky

We are pleased to announce that we’ve launched in Nashville, welcoming an impressive range of restaurants to the app. From a bona fide Southern institution to a Germantown mainstay reinventing Italian specialties with local Southern ingredients, these restaurants are bound to keep your calendar full and curiosity piqued. Grab a seat (in Music City). 

Rolf and Daughters

Rolf and Daughters
Located in the historic Werthan factory, Rolf and Daughters offers a casual and vibrant atmosphere that pairs well with its treasured share plates, natural wine list, and house cocktails. Since opening in late 2012, Philip Krajeck’s Germantown restaurant has been named one of America’s Best New Restaurants by Bon Appétit and Esquire magazines.  Fun, seasonal, and inventive– the menu highlights local farms and Rolf and Daughters’ legendary handmade pasta. Book now at Rolf and Daughters.

At Husk, James Beard Award-winning chef Sean Brock is at the helm, pioneering a seasonal menu inspired by traditional Lowcountry dishes and ingredients – many of which are grown on-site. Chef Brock’s menu shines with new Southern classics, like South Carolina shrimp and Choppee okra stew, served with Carolina gold rice and flowering basil. The location – in a storied 19th-century house – is ideally positioned in Downtown Nashville, just blocks from Historic Broadway. Book now at Husk

Butcher & Bee
The East Nashville location of Charleston favorite, Butcher & Bee, boasts the same philosophy of carefully sourced ingredients and an ever-changing, inventive menu from chef Bryan Lee Weaver. Open for lunch, Sunday brunch, dinner, and late-night eats, the diverse menu features dishes ranging from mezze to sandwiches, entrees, and vegetables – many of which are meant to be shared. Book now at Butcher & Bee.

Two Ten Jack
Two Ten Jack is an izakaya – or Japanese-style neighborhood pub –aimed at providing a gathering place for the community. Enjoy Japanese-inspired comfort food prepared with local, Southern ingredients, in addition to a selection of yakitori (skewers & grilled items), sushi, and ramen. Finish off a meal of shared plates with an expansive collection of craft beers, wine, sake, shochu, and craft cocktails. Book now at Two Ten Jack.

Epice is a family-owned Lebanese bistro in the heart of Nashville. The interior is modern and sleek, the nuanced traditional fare, which bursts with flavor, utilizes aromatic spices and fresh herbs. To top it all off, the bar offers crisp cocktails and elegant old world wines. Pro-tip: don’t skip dessert. Book now at Epice.

Fort Louise
Located in East Nashville’s Inglewood neighborhood, Fort Louise offers a friendly spin on American comfort cuisine. The space — formerly a residential house — is cozy and intimate, and there’s a charming back porch for al fresco dining. Beyond the menu of snacks, salads, and large plates by Chicago chef Greg Biggers, the bar program boasts frozen cocktails, craft beers, and a shareable ewer of punch called “The Test.” Book now at Fort Louise.

City House
City House is Germantown mainstay recognized for its Southern-flecked Italian specialties, like pizza (topped with turnip greens, fonduta, potato, and garlic), and smoked chicken sugo with grits “al forno”– accented with ricotta and kale. The chef is Tansy Wilson, a James Beard Award winner who’s both creative and consistent. Book now at City House.

Little Octopus
At Little Octopus, the globally influenced menu calls for sharing. That’s a good thing, because there’s a lot worth ordering — from raw, to cool, warm, and whole. The state of vibrancy extends beyond the food; the space itself is bright and airy, with pops of pink and orange. Put simply: it’s a decidedly fun place for dinner, as well as for brunch. Book now at Little Octopus.

Hemingway’s Bar and Hideaway
​Hemingway’s Bar and Hideaway is a restaurant, offering homey tavern fare and a bar serving craft cocktails with names inspired by the writer himself. Enjoy dishes like duck poutine, mussels & clams, and short rib stew, and take your time with the drink menu– there are many good choices. In case that’s not enough, the back seating area is (delightfully) outfitted with three arcade games. Book now at Hemingway’s Bar and Hideaway.

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