Hungry? In Nashville? Music City is more than just hot chicken. Add these four Nashville restaurants to your itinerary.
If you think dining at a Margaritaville property is going to consist of beach food only, think again. JWB Grill gives the Margaritaville brand an upscale, luxury twist with a selection of perfectly plated bites you could expect to see in any fine-dining establishment, and it’s all accompanied by expertly crafted cocktails.
Southern meets Pennsylvania Dutch at Josephine, an outstanding eatery lead by Chef Andy Little, who’s received two James Beard semifinalist nominations since the restaurant opened in 2013. Some of the menu items really hearken back to Little’s roots, like the Nashville Hot Scrapple, while others are more mainstream (though you can never go wrong with a grilled hanger steak and fries, no matter how mainstream it might be). Save room for dessert. The apple cobbler for two, chocolate peanut butter cake and warm cookie plates are all tempting.
The comfortable yet upscale Hathorne offers farm-to-table dining in a family-style atmosphere. Can’t-miss menu items include the shaved Brussels sprouts with apple, Feta, currants and a black walnut vinaigrette; grilled squash with melted fennel, fried almonds and black lemon soubise; grilled pork tenderloin with caramel, black walnut cream, green tomato, okra and peppers; and the simple, yet perfect, frites.
For a light, more casual dining experience, try Cafe Roze in East Nashville. The fresh and simple menu includes breakfast classics like avocado hummus toast, egg sandwiches and simple breakfasts of eggs with tomato and bacon. Salad bowls round things off, along with some daytime cocktails that are enough to leave you a little cheery, but not so much you won’t enjoy the rest of your afternoon — think an orange blossom gin fizz with lemon and egg white, or the Mandy, a mix of light beer and grapefruit ice cubes.
Experience a big-city hotel stay that doesn’t feel like your typical urban visit at Chicago’s Claridge House, nestled in the sought-after Gold Coast neighborhood. The hotel’s sophisticated décor and serene residential ambience foster the atmosphere of an oasis amid the hustle and bustle of a busy metropolis.
Stay in the former headquarters of LIFE Magazine when you book your next trip to New York City. Luxe Life Hotel New York, the first Luxe Hotels-branded property in the city, sits in the NoMad neighborhood. The luxury and pet-friendly guestrooms and suites offer lots of history, charm and modern conveniences.
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