by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
In this issue:
Also: Venture off the beaten trail, starting with five alluring destinations in South Korea, China, Japan and Indonesia.
The Catbird Seat photo by Anthony Matula
Tip your Stetson to Nashville’s restaurateurs: they’re a diverse and talented lot. If you’re in the mood for a cast iron pork chop, Nashville has that. Pad Thai you want? You got it! Is a bowl of matzo ball soup or classic Southern cooking on your list? No problem: Nashville has a restaurant to suit just about any taste.
Arnold's Country Kitchen
A city staple, this diner is known for "meat and three."
The city's best pizza come with a host of unusual toppings.
The modern Southern dishes are sheer farmhouse perfection.
Try some of the South's famous cooking at Loveless Cafe.
A pilgrimage-worthy barbecue joint just outside Nashville.
Mas Tacos Por Favor
This former food truck now has a brick-and-mortar location.
Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden
Join the partying patrons in the backyard beer garden.
Pinewood Social Club
Part bar, restaurant, bowling alley and karaoke lounge.
Prince's Hot Chicken
Arguably the best fried chicken in the city.
The Catbird Seat
One of the hottest food destinations in the country.
"People think of Nashville and immediately think of country music, but it's a much bigger melting pot than anybody will ever know." —Vince Gill
FEATURED // The Parthenon
FEATURED // General Jackson Showboat
FEATURED // The Catbird Seat
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