5 Best Places To Eat In Nashville

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If you are a local or a tourist, there is no difference when it comes to enjoying the fantastic food that Nashville has to offer.  We gathered up five of the best places in town and think even the pickiest of eaters will be able to find a new favorite on these menus.  

Prince’s Hot Chicken

You might be thinking this isn’t the first name you think of when you think Nashville Hot Chicken, but you would be mistaken.  Prince’s is the go-to for the hot chicken enthusiast and in fact, it is also where the delicious food was first created more than 70 years ago.  


On the top lists of many best food sites including a spot on the 50 Most Iconic Restaurants, Husk is a can’t miss spot.  They pride themselves in serving up contemporary southern food through and through.  Whether you’re from the south or dreaming of it, this will make you feel right at home.  

Green Pheasant

Being named Nashville’s Best Ramen is no small feat.  For the more adventurous eater, this is a must-try. Relatively new to the area, they have made a big and lasting impression.  If you’ve never tried Japanese food – you’re missing out.     

Biscuit Love

Looking for the perfect breakfast spot to show off to your visiting friends?  Look no further than the home of Nashville’s best biscuit. With great food comes some great challenges – be sure you have the time to wait in their notoriously long (but worth it) lines.  

Martin’s Bar-B-Que

Ask any local for their favorite BBQ – you’ll hear one name.  They have been featured on top-notch food sites for years and it’s no wonder.  Each day, every day they are doing what they have spent the last 13 years perfecting taking their sweet time to deliver the best-smoked hog in the south. 


Jacklyn is the Editor In Chief of Stage Right Secrets. Jacklyn's photography and articles can also be found on The Recording Academy's GRAMMY.com GRAMMYPro, GRAMMYU, PopCrush, Taste of Country, among other outlets. Besides press Jacklyn is a "Jack of All Trades" working various jobs at local concerts and touring. JacklynKrol.com