In the Whole Foods Market a horseshoe-shaped bar with seating for about 20, back by the meat counter offers a relaxed and bustling dining experience, with an endless stream of folks walking by with grocery carts. The open plan of the gleaming kitchen affords a view of all the ingredients, athleticism and weird humor that go into a short-order menu of fish and chips, beef short ribs and seared scallops. There is a no-tipping policy. The food is creative, attractive and, frankly, as good as you'll find in some of Nashville's infinitely more self-conscious restaurants.
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash
Parking: Lot Available
Reservations: Not Necessary