107 Brentwood Blvd , Brentwood, TN, US, 37027
- Phone: (615) 371-8477
- Fax: (615) 376-2968
Unlike its Hibachi-style counterparts, Koto offers a quiet dining experience with exceptional Japanese cuisine. The tranquil aquariums and gentle Japanese music create a perfect setting to relax with friends or settle the details of a business deal. Take off your shoes, and order a plate of shrimp rolls or Alaskan smoked salmon, or keep your shoes on and step up to the sushi bar. Those who need to grab lunch to go can order a Teriyaki box lunch at an incredibly low price.
The selection of beers here is simply amazing. There are over 70 brews on tap and over 150 different bottles available. There is live music most nights of the week. Bar food favorites like burgers are also available.
Located inside the Union Station Hotel, Prime 108 is named after The Bully 108, the first train to come through Union Station. Open every day, the restaurant serves contemporary American food that is local and organic. Redesigned for a more casual yet intimate fine-dining experience, Prime 108 offers early morning breakfasts, lunch, and late dinners, as well as Sunday brunch. The restaurant also has a lounge at which guests can order a wide variety of drinks and food.
A trendy, artistic space accented with tall windows and candlelit tables, the dining area is both romantic and formal. It's a preferred place for business dinners. The gourmet fare has strange names but creative flavor combinations. Duck, steak and seafood entrees come with curry sauces, Thai vegetables and almond-crusted breadings. Diners can order wine and mixed drinks with meals, but the real drinking takes place next door in the "bar car."
Downtown business deals, marriage proposals and special nights out require elegant dining. There are few places more elegant than Morton's. Guests are greeted by a friendly hostess and directed to the comfortable bar to wait for their table. The bar is amply stocked with imported and domestic beers, along with fine wine. Once seated in the dark, wood-paneled dining room you will discover the real charm of this restaurant—the food. Steaks and seafood are impressive and served alongside fresh vegetables. Bread and salads complete an elegant, albeit expensive meal.
Freshii offers customers in Nashville a taste of the goodness that can only be provided by a company that is committed to fresh ingredients, organic foods, and green living. Freshii, an international chain, is unique among Nashville restaurants as it offers guests the opportunity to order to their exact specifications online from a list of ingredients connected to a nutritional calculator. Freshii also offers a full menu of salads, wraps, soups and bowls in addition to their custom built food selections. These options provide guests with a chance to satisfy their specific dietary needs and their taste buds. Check out Freshii to build your own personal best salad or sandwich. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Probably one of the few places in the world to emphasize on the lyrics of songs, The Listening Room is where you will truly be encouraged to listen carefully. The place has great sound quality and is best appreciated when the lights are dimmed and you get lost in the beautiful renditions. Art can't be appreciated on an empty stomach, and the guys at The Listening Room Cafe understand that quite well too. They have a full menu with burgers, salads, a few Mexican options, and of course, desserts and wines. Cover charges are to be paid by cash only. Check website for event updates.
Having started in the food industry at an early age, Jack Cawthon found there was an absence of good barbecue in Nashville. Now known as the king of barbecue, Jack's solid foundation of slow-smoked pork shoulder, beef brisket and award winning sauces has helped build his tasty empire. The downtown location is perfectly situated in the heart of Nashville's main music attractions like the Ryman Auditorium, Tootsies, and Ernest Tubb Record Shop. Look for the three flying pigs sign and get ready to dig into some of the best barbecue Nashville has to offer.
Capitol Grille is one of the area's finest dining establishments. Special touches include fine linens, candles, crystal and fine china. The quality of food and the exceptional service puts this restaurant in a class of its own. The extensive menu is classic American with a bit of Asian and Cajun influence. Unusual side dishes, such as eggplant fries, and cheese grits add pizzazz to the entrees. True adventure seekers should try the "Dinner on the Edge" menu, offering unique dishes at each course, paired with an accompanying wine.
The brick and glass exterior is a departure from the historic downtown design, and the art deco lighting highlights the wrought iron and copper fixtures inside. Patrons will enjoy the counter seats surrounding the open kitchen. The menu here is the same classic menu that has made Merchant's famous in the Nashville area: crab cakes, pork Osso Bucoand and robust beef entrees. An express lunch is available and an expanded children's menu has been added.
Kayne Prime Steakhouse is the most exclusive, high-end steakhouse in Nashville's popular Gulch neighborhood. Located alongside three other M Street restaurants - Whiskey Kitchen, Tavern Midtown and Virago - Kayne is the premiere upscale establishment. Executive Chef Robbie Wilson offers guests amazingly delicious, farm-fresh, seasonal side dishes that complement each perfectly served and seasoned steak. The atmosphere is similar to other M Street restaurants, which tend to be furnished with dark woods and rich tones. The service is quick and helpful and exactly what you would expect from a top notch steakhouse. Reservations are recommended. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Oak-wood paneling, elegant flooring complementing the plush leather chairs and high-raised wooden tables. Reflecting the charm of a traditional English coffee house, the oak bar at Hermitage Hotel casts its distinctive magic on its diners. This place is perfect to have light conversation with delightful 'Hot Pepper Relish', 'Crispy Fried Carolina Quail', Oysters', irresistible 'Malt Chocolate Milkshake' or the finest of wines to choose from. Our curious music lovers would be more than delighted to know the significance of this classy bar in the history of Francis Craig Orchestra. Awarded as 'the best bar in Nashville", this bar undoubtedly proves its worth on every occasion. This place is open everyday from 11:30 a.m onwards and on Sundays from Noon.