“Chef Deb Paquette has run some of the best kitchens in Nashville over her long career. The result is the globally-inspired Etch, the standout SoBro restaurant that was the first (and is still the best) dining destination on the south side of Broadway.” Read more here.
“If all you know about nonalcoholic beverages is the term “mocktail,” it may be time to level up on your zero-proof knowledge and expect more from sans-booze specialty drinks.” Featuring Etch’s Cucumber Mint Fizz, read more here.
“We can all agree that the pre-concert festivities are just as important as the main event. Whether you’re heading out for a date or a girls’ night, why not make the most of your evening with dinner and/or drinks beforehand?” Read more here.
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.
The roasted cauliflower at Etch is just one of Chef Deb Paquette’s many mouthwatering culinary creations. The popular appetizer features beautifully charred cauliflower served with three flavorful sauces — truffled pea pesto, feta cream, and red bell pepper essence. Order it as a precursor to your meal, or try it during happy hour.
Etch has turned regular cauliflower into what it was always meant to be — at least in our minds. Served with truffled pea butter, salted almonds and feta crema, with a red pepper sauce, this Roasted Cauliflower dish will almost make you forget you’re eating something healthy. Almost.