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Eat Like a Local: 5 Essential Dining Tips

Whether you’re a newcomer or a long-time native, Nashville’s dining scene can be something to maneuver. Here, we offer a quick cheat sheet to get you started.

Written By:  Nashville Lifestyles

Photographers:  Justin Chesney

Whether you’re a newcomer or a long-time native, Nashville’s dining scene can be something to maneuver. Here, we offer a quick cheat sheet to get you started.

1
Nashville is a brunching town. Make reservations—or tempt fate, and prepare to wait in line (in some cases, it could take two hours).
 

2
Epice is pronounced eh-PEACE, and it’s just right for lunch, dinner, gluten-free parties, and wine lovers.
 

3
Nashville is a reservation town. Call ahead—or do like the locals: Dine at the bar.
 

4
The best tacos in town are at Mas Tacos—just remember to bring cash.
 

5
Forget breakfast: The best time to go to the Loveless Café is dinner. (They have a full bar and serve breakfast all day.)

March 2017


 

As seen in a Newcomer's Guide to Music City (March 2017)

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