107 Brentwood Blvd
Brentwood, TN 37027
Phone: (615) 371-8477
Fax: (615) 376-2968
107 Brentwood Blvd, Brentwood, TN, US, 37027
- Phone: (615) 371-8477
- Fax: (615) 376-2968
Soy Teriyaki Bistro provides visitors to Brentwood a fantastic teriyaki Asian fusion experience. This tiny bistro is one of the few places in Nashville that offers one of the newest culinary fusion delights, Korean tacos. Made with chicken, beef or shrimp, spicy slaw and either ranch or wasabi dressing and wrapped in a corn tortilla, these tacos blend the long-time favorite of Mexican cuisine with the spicy flavors of Asia. Guests at Soy Teriyaki may also enjoy a variety of rice bowl options and teriyaki entrees. The service is excellent and, while the location is small, the atmosphere is comfortable and inviting. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Vittles Restaurant is as country as apple pie. The owners offer guests good, old-fashioned home-cooked meals with friendly service at a reasonable price. The menu at Vittles includes all the basic everyday delights filled with southern comfort. Depending on the time of day, customers can enjoy Smokey Mountain eggs, fried pork chops, hash browns, Southern fried catfish, pot roast, homemade meatloaf and banana pudding. Dieters and health-conscious foodies need not bother, but for anyone looking for down-home, Southern cooking with great service, Vittles is the perfect spot to sit a spell and fill your belly. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Not only do Brentwood residents love Puffy Muffin, hungry folks from surrounding towns flock here for fresh baked breads and muffins. While breakfast is a busy time here, the lunch crowd keeps Lynda on her toes as well. Croissants filled with ham and cheese and the zesty chicken casserole are favorites. If you can't get enough of the fresh baked bread, don't worry, you can take a loaf or two home with you.
Nick of Thyme serves hearty soups and sandwiches that are sure to delight. The light Cream of Vidalia Onion Soup makes lunchtime memorable, seasoned with a bit of oregano. The sandwiches feature fresh meats like turkey, ham and beef, topped with fresh vegetables such as avocados and sun-dried tomatoes. It's not ordinary lunch fare, granted, but the gourmet touch makes a welcome departure from fast food. The cafe has a very friendly, almost festive atmosphere, perfect for casual business lunches.
Works of art normally belong in galleries, but interesting pieces by local artists fill the dining room at Wild Iris. Daily lunch specials such as wild salad combinations, homemade soups and stews, and gourmet cheeseburgers. The equally intriguing dinner menu includes beef, fish and fowl entrees, all prepared with clever seasonings and trimmings. The Fettuccini with Beef and Wine Sauce is a delightful combination of flavors.
Judge Beans BBQ is a true Texas barbecue joint, no doubt about it. They serve an amazing brisket barbecue specifically designed to win over all of the pork- and beef-loving Nashville natives, and they're doing a pretty good job. The atmosphere is sparse and rustic with long wooden picnic tables for family-style seating. The menu is amusing and informative, both about the food and the owner. Read it closely for a good giggle before your food arrives. Be warned: Judge's makes it hot and spicy, but if you're looking for a true Texas treat, you may have found your new favorite place. - Lynn-nore Chittom
Royal Thai in Brentwood offers guests some of the most authentic Thai flavors in middle Tennessee. Customers are met with the inviting, spicy aromas common to Thai restaurants, but the food and customer service at Royal Thai will exceed expectations. Great for large groups, lunch meetings or quiet dining, Royal Thai specializes in true Thai cooking. Menu items are seasoned with such amazing flavors as Thai curry, kha prao basil, kaffir limes, and phrik khi nu chili. Entrees are available at various spice levels, so be prepared to specify your preference. Common Thai specialties which are not listed on the menu may also be available upon request. -Lynn-nore Chittom
From the moment you walk through the doors, you'll bebop to the oldies music blaring throughout the dining area, and you'll enjoy the lively banter between the wait staff and the kitchen. It's almost a '50s-style diner setting, without the pink neon and soda counter. The food here is almost as good as the atmosphere. The magnificent Overstuffed Baked Potato is a large Idaho potato baked to perfection and topped with butter, barbecue and cheese. Barbecue beef, chicken and turkey sandwiches and platters satisfy your hot and spicy cravings. Kids have their own menu featuring "pint-sized" barbecue sandwiches, chicken wings and hotdogs. Corky's serves domestic and imported beer in bottles and on tap.
You can buy wrap sandwiches (giant tortillas wrapped around all kinds of sandwich stuff) almost anywhere. Few places, however, have as diverse and interesting a variety of these popular creations as this shop. Here you'll find the Music City Wrap (barbeque pork, onions, pickles and coleslaw) and the Mardi Gras (shrimp, zucchini and black beans). No matter which you choose, you'll also get a choice of spinach, whole wheat or tomato tortillas. All come stuffed with the freshest meats and vegetables. This place also serves delicious fruit smoothies, do don't leave without tasting the Strawberry Banana.
Some of the spiciest, freshest and best Mexican food is served at Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant. The restaurant serves traditional Mexican cuisine, but for a real treat try one of their specialties like Quesadilla Rellena. Bring a big appetite because they don't skimp on portions, and that goes double for the margaritas!
The Firefly Grille combines fresh, delicious, seasonal menu options with the atmosphere of a tricked out 1970s van and five-star service. From the outside, this Green Hills hot spot looks the part for this upscale Nashville neighborhood, but inside, the decor is funky and fresh with black tables, colorful walls, dangling beads and Christmas lights. The menu matches the mood with offerings such as the avocado tuna sandwich wrap, the vegetarian platter, pumpkin ravioli, risotto, and the very popular coconut cake. Guests who fall in love with the Firefly Grille will want to come back all throughout the year as the menu changes according to the flavors of the season. Reservations are recommended for dinner dining. -Lynn-nore Chittom
The best meal is shared with family, and in Mama Mia's you will feel like you are at home. Mia is mother to most of the staff here—it's not just a clever name, her family strives to make you feel comfortable. Delicious homemade garlic bread arrives at your table shortly after you are seated. Simple homemade Italian dishes like pastas with cream or tomato sauce, Veal Parmesan, Chicken Marinara and Mama's nightly specials are both familiar and tasty. Parties of four or more can make reservations.