Nashville’s food scene is booming. There are new restaurants opening almost every week and long-time favorites that still deserve attention. While breakfast, brunch, and dinner typically steal the spotlight, everyone needs a bite to eat at lunch time, too.
Tenn 75 at etc. : Regular patrons know to check the menu at etc. to find the latest creative take on a classic cocktail from Bret Lyons, its general manager. This time, he is giving us the Tenn 75, a perfect summer sipper with the same basic structure as the time-honored French 75 but without its kick.
Date night, girls night, graduation dinner…you name it, these local dinner spots are great for any occasion in Nashville. We’ve listed the very best places to enjoy a nice dinner in Nashville’s most popular neighborhoods. Sometimes just a simple list of ideas is the best resource. Happy dining!
Etc. chef Deb Paquette’s spunky counterpart to its downtown sister restaurant, Etch, embodies the creativity and deliciousness for which the veteran chef is known and revered. Hidden off the main Green Hills drag, don’t miss the duck chorizo flatbread, lamb barbacoa, cornmeal catfish with masala shrimp, any soup she’s whipped up for the day, or the daily ice cream or sorbet.
Etc. chef Deb Paquette’s spunky counterpart to sister restaurant, Etch, embodies the creativity and deliciousness for which the veteran chef is known and revered. Hidden off the main Green Hills drag, don’t miss the furikake fried green tomatoes, grilled pork loin, whatever soup she’s whipped up for the day, or the daily ice cream or sorbet.
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After spending 40 years in professional kitchens, Deb Paquette is calling her series of cooking classes the only possible name that would fit: “Learning from a Legend.” And a legend, she is. Read more here.