City House, Five Points and Bella Nashville at the Farmers Market are probably my favorites, all for different reasons. But the city on the list that surprised me the most (other than Providence at #2) was Savannah, GA. Is Savannah known for its pizza? Have I just been too drunk when I've been there to notice?
@ S L: Soulshine Pizza is having a grand opening party on March 9th with a crawfish boil and live music (scroll down). http://nashvillepost.com/news/2013/2/17/the_food_biz_rumour_has_it
Great coffee and friendly owners. They brought some sandwiches over to Corsair the other night when we were there -- our favorite was the hummus wrap, but the Italiano was pretty popular too.
Really excited about Garage Coffee Company, the new coffee shop in Marathon Village. It's nice to have a good coffee place nearby again since Drink Haus closed (and with better hours, more space, etc. than Drink Haus). Plus, it's just a couple doors down from Corsair so you can get both your alcohol and caffeine buzzes on.
Cha Chah has always been a go-to restaurant for us. I actually think their prices for the quality are less than many other Nashville restaurants. I'm sad to see it go but looking forward to what they will do next.
We went to Aura Saturday night. It was a bit distressingly empty, but we enjoyed the food and the service. It's a little pricier than some of the other new spots (Silo, Lockeland Table), but they have an interesting fusion menu and the portions are big. They said they're starting happy hour this week. Hope people discover it. It was pretty quiet for a Saturday night!
We went to Silo last night on the way home from dinner, so we just sat at the bar and had drinks and dessert. Great atmosphere, and the cornmeal orange cake was amazing. Every dish that came out looked delicious -- can't wait to try it out for a full meal. And I was glad to see the most expensive entree is $20.
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