Best Dinner Restaurants in Nashville

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!

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Everywhere You Need to Eat in Nashville Right Now

After decades running kitchens in some of Nashville’s most beloved restaurants, chef Deb Paquette shows little sign of slowing down. She continues to tantalize the taste buds of local diners with multiple layers of exotic international flavors as part of a tight menu at lunch and dinner.

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For fine dining, head to Sobro for a Nashville classic dinner from Etch. It’ll definitely be a night (and meal) to remember!

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Nashville Dining in 2022: Sweets

Deb Paquette found the ideal match in Megan Williams to serve as Etch pastry chef. Her desserts are consistently creative and stunning constructions that are pure pleasure to eat.

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24 Women-Owned Businesses to Support in Nashville

According to the most recent census data, women-owned businesses in Nashville are on the rise. Even though they only still represent 35% of the businesses in the city, that is a 10% increase over the past decade—and a clear indication of what important contributors they are to Music City’s economy. Read more here.

21 Great Nashville Dates To Go On Right Now

Especially around Valentine’s Day, Nashville teems with fun and romantic opportunities to show your ardor or kindle some new flames. Here are some Nashville date ideas to steer you in the right direction. Read more here.


Our favorites include some of this destination’s best local restaurants—from fine dining to simple fare. Read more here.

18 Best Scotches to Keep You Warm This Winter

Uproxx asked some of their favorite bartenders to tell them their go-to Scotch whiskies to imbibe during this snowy, sunless month. Rob Guimaraes, manager at Etch in Nashville chose a Benromach 10 year Speyside Single Malt. Read more here.

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