When hot chicken became a fad around the country, it had a lot of epicureans turning their eyes to the city of Nashville. What else had everyone been missing out on all these years? And as the city's population grows, the number of amazing lunch spots is only going up. To help narrow down the picks, check out these choices for best lunch spots in Nashville. These restaurants have managed to stand out among a very competitive pack.
This place is open for breakfast and shuts down at 2 p.m. Its no-frills menu has two major sections: Biscuits and Not Biscuits. Reviewers rave about all the food, but they really seem to enjoy the Biscuits portion of the menu. It has just enough variety that patrons will be able to find something they like, but not so much variety that they'll feel overwhelmed. It's an unpretentious place that's serious about taste.
Hattie B.'s Hot Chicken
While it's true Hattie B's shows up on practically every list for Nashville lunch spots, that doesn't make it right to snub it for something else. For those who love fried chicken, it's the place to be. It features eight different spice levels for their chicken to satisfy a wide range of palates. For those who do head to this popular establishment though, they may want to prepare for a bit of a wait. But don't be afraid of getting taken in by a tourist trap—this place is equally beloved by locals as by visitors.
The Pharmacy Burger Parlor
Hungry diners looking for something besides old-fashioned Southern specialties can head to this hot spot for a burger and beer. As the name suggests, this place is a little old-fashioned when it comes to their menu. However, the quality of their ingredients and cooking has definitely not gone out of style. Fans rave about the sausages, sides, and soups the restaurant offers, but the real draw remains the burgers.
This bar may be more well known for its food than it is for its beer. It doesn't exactly feature the healthiest of menus, but its beloved by patrons for its bold flavors and unapologetic portions. This establishment is two stories high, so there's plenty of room for lunch patrons stopping by for a quick bite. Try the Brussels sprouts, sriracha deviled eggs, or the pretzels alongside classic dishes like mac and cheese and hot chicken.
As the city expands, it's clear that good food will always be in demand. The good news for everyone in Nashville is that they're likely to get a lunch they won't be able to stop talking about. The bad news is that all the available choices make it difficult to pick just one!
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