I've had a handful of amazing meals at Sardinia. It will immediately stand out as one of the top restaurants in Nashville.
So awesome to see this kind of development already beginning around the MCC. Every day it seems like more good news as we watch downtown Nashville's anemic restaurant landscape taking shape and changing for the better. I couldn't think of a better name than Deb's to add serious cred to this project. Keep em' comin!
Lunch today at The Smiling Elephant! Pretty much everything that comes out of that kitchen is intense and wonderful. The Pad Thai is a unique version I've never before seen but might have ruined my appetite for the typical plate of vinegary noodles. And the Khao Kai Ra-bert is insane.
New Orleans' food scene is literally hundreds of years ahead of the Vegas scene. I agree with Chris that if you like big names, and carbon-copy outposts, then the Vegas food court vibe might be your thing. It's definitely not mine. I prefer the cafes and boucherie eateries of New Orleans in all their grand authenticity.
We live in Nashville. Not Tennessee.
The hot links (sausage) at Jim N Nicks is excellent. Super-lean and meaty with a nice texture and great spicy (but not overly) flavor. I've also always been impressed with the sides. Mac-n-cheese is awesome and the cabbage and collards always sport meaty chunks of hock. Definitely one of this town's chain-restaurant winners!
The Local Taco sucks! It's gringo-mex served on stale flour tortillas. Not a corn tortilla in sight, last I checked. Sylvan Park restaurant sucks too. It's depressing.
I'm excited about Sopapillas and look forward to som NEW MEXICAN cuisine.
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