Nashville’s food scene emphasizes local and season vegetables.
Pinewood Social Club – SOBRO (south of Broadway), short walk from downtown
I knew immediately I was going to have trouble venturing anywhere besides Pinewood in Nashville. It is a coffee shop, cozy living room, community workspace, bar, restaurant and bowling alley all in one. Fried broccoli (flash fried) is a must!
33 Peabody St, Nashville, TN 37210 | 615 751 8111
www.pinewoodsocial.com | Map
Gray & Dudley – Downtown
Hip restaurant & bar in the 21c Museum Hotel. Market driven dishes, excellent bar scene and art-driven surrounds.
21c Museum Hotel, 221 2nd Ave N, Nashville, TN 37201 | 615 610 6460
www.grayanddudley.com | Map
Crema – SOBRO (south of Broadway), short walk from downtown
Best coffee in Nashville. Try the 1/2 almond 1/2 coconut milk combo. Love the ambiabce, industrial, hipster feel and eco friendly. Avocado toast is yummy.
15 Hermitage Ave, Nashville, TN 37204 | 615 255 8311
www.crema-coffee.com | Map
Barista Parlor – East Nashville
Minimalist creative design located in an old garage. Great place to work. I asked the barista if the milk was organic, he did not know but said the man who delivers the milk is the same man who milks the cows. I was sold!
519B Gallatin Ave Nashville, TN 37206 | 615 712 9766
www.baristaparlor.com | Map