the good eats of tennessee

For any of you traveling to Nashville any time soon, here are some of the best places we ate on our trip:

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken:
(112 19th Ave)

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This was a place recommended to us by another server at another restaurant we went to. Absolutely delicious, juicy fried chicken. Hattie B’s pulls out all the stops, and even their sides are delicious. With a pitcher of beer, nothing beats a meal from this fried chicken joint.

Etch:
(303 Demonbreun St)

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This meal was by far the most delectable, tasty thing we ate. The entire restaurant is so hospitable, kind and make you feel so welcome and comfortable. I had the venison, and it was so tender, so juicy, and just delicious with the ginger grits and cranberry compote. So good. If you’re willing to spend a little bit more, this place is definitely worth the money.
(Photo from Google Images)

The Peg Leg Porker:
(903 Gleaves St)

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If you’re looking for a small hole-in-the-wall barbecue spot, The Peg Leg Porker is the place to go. Just a little bit away from downtown, it’s hidden down the street out if sight. With both wet and dry ribs, you can not go wrong. Homemade barbecue sauces line the walls for your picking, and a bar at the other end of the restaurant. Absolutely delicious, but get ready to get your fingers dirty!!
(Photo fromGoogle Images)

Fleet Street Pub:
(207 Printers Alley)

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This little gem of an English pub is tucked away in Printers Alley. Walking through the door, you are suddenly sent from Nashville to London. A list of many English beers, and a full English menu, it is quite tasty. I had the lamb burger, which was juicy and cooked perfectly. The picture above (taken from Yelp) is their version of lamb sliders, which look fabulous. A great little hidden treasure of Nashville.

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