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The Best Nashville Restaurants in the Gulch

Milk And Honey Gulch
Biscuit Love Gulch
Peg Leg Porker BBQ
Bourbon Steak by Michael Mina
The Stillery
The Chef And I
Milk And Honey Gulch
Biscuit Love Gulch
Peg Leg Porker BBQ
Bourbon Steak by Michael Mina
The Stillery
The Chef And I

The Gulch is one of the more popular neighborhoods around Nashville and has many great options for hungry visitors and locals. Whether it’s a night out with friends or you are looking for a place just to grab a quick bite, you won’t have a hard time finding a place to enjoy a tasty meal. To help you locate some of the trendiest and most fun spots to dine in and around the Gulch, we’ve provided a few of our favorites below. 


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Milk And Honey Gulch

214 11th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37303, United States
(615) 712-7466

Milk and Honey is open from 6 AM to 3 PM every day but Tuesday, making it a great breakfast and brunch spot. They have a variety of options from sandwiches, toasts, and baked goods. They baking croissant, bagels, and cinnamon rolls fresh at the bakery. You can also find muffins, cookies, and scones to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings. Since the menu is breakfast-focused, the main drinks are coffee, tea, and cold-pressed juice along with fun brunch cocktails. There is an intimate setting that feels cozy and welcoming. Next time you are in the neighborhood, stop for some something tasty. 

 


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Biscuit Love Gulch

316 11th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203, United States
(615) 490-9584

From the name, you can already tell there is going to be a variety of biscuits on the menu. Biscuit Love is a locally-owned family business that serves lunch and breakfast to the neighborhood. They make their meals from scratch with locally-sourced ingredients. They open bright and early since breakfast is the star of the show here and they close at 3 PM. They’re also serving cocktails and freshly-squeezed juices. Non-biscuit options include the roasted veggie bowl and cherry on top oatmeal. 

 


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Peg Leg Porker BBQ

903 Gleaves St, Nashville, TN 37203, United States
(615) 829 6023

Peg Leg Poker is a family-owned catering company and restaurant. The restaurant was opened in 2013, and they have earned several different awards over the years and their BBQ was ranked among the best in the south! They cook fresh food every day and serve until they run out. They make consistently good quality food, which is why they remain well known in the city. Their family feast contains two full racks of ribs, pulled pork, buns, sides, and sauce. This meal is large enough to feed five to seven people. If you’re not feeding a village, BBQ sandwiches, dry-rubbed ribs, and the pulled pork platter are great options for one.

 


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Bourbon Steak by Michael Mina

201 8th Ave S 34th floor, Nashville, TN 37203, United States
(629) 208-8440

You will have a 360 view of the Nashville skyline when you dine at Bourbon Steak. Their deeply satisfying dishes are paired with the perfect selection of wine. Market fresh salads and award-winning beef are very popular here. Their signatures include Maine lobster pot pie, brick chicken, rainbow trout, and hickory-smoked and pastrami-spiced beef short rib. Their grilled plates are a must-try as well. It won’t be a full experience until you sample their wine list. Eating with a view is exceptional, especially when the quality of the food matches. The ambiance they’ve created and the modern decorations bring everything together just perfectly.

 


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The Stillery

113 2nd Ave N, Nashville, TN 37201, United States
(615) 942-8080

If you want a local joint with occasional live music and a huge neighborhood crowd, visit The Stillery. It’s the place to go for a signature Mason jar cocktail and some fresh food. The brick-fired pizza, burgers, and salads are some of the highlights on the menu. They also offer a wide selection of local beers. House specialties include hot chicken tenders, hanger steak, and mac and cheese. There is Saturday and Sunday brunch at the Midtown location. 

 


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The Chef And I

611 9th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203, United States
(615) 730-8496

The Chef and I began as a private chef service before transforming into the restaurant it is today. They take reservations and walk-ins depending on their availability. There are some creative menu items for brunch like the pan-roasted crispy duck and waffles. They also have sharable plates with meals like the marinated salmon belly and beef tartare. They also have a tasty selection of cocktails you can order along side meals.