Easter is less than two weeks away. Are you planning on hosting dinner at your house or would like to take a day off and go somewhere for Easter brunch? If you are thinking that going out sounds like a good idea, you don’t want to wait another minute to decide where you are going and make a reservation! I’ve put together a list of a few places around Nashville that you should try if you haven’t. Easter is the perfect time to do that!
Harding House – Is the on-site restaurant at Belle Meade Plantation. They serve up southern specialties everyday and it will be a delicious treat and beautiful location for everyone on Easter.
Jonathon’s Grille – There are four locations of this local favorite. It is not your average sports bar and would be perfect for a casual Sunday gathering.
Kitchen Notes – Kitchen Notes is located in the Omni Hotel and is another southern favorite. Enjoy traditional Southern dishes handed down from generation to generation. It offers sustainable dishes made from treasured family recipes. This innovative farm-to-table concept incorporates using the freshest ingredients to create great food and a casual dining experience.
Park 25 Bistro – Park Bistro is new comer on the West End Nashville scene. It is located in the Marriott at Vanderbilt University. It serves itself up as an American Bistro with a southern flare.
Prime 108 – Prime 108 is fine dining! Their website says, “savor a diverse menu that combines local produce and sustainable ingredients to create tantalizing dishes that delight and impress.” That makes my mouth water! If you choose to have Easter Brunch at Prime 108 you will have an amazing meal with an upscale atmosphere!
There are many other restaurants in Nashville that are always a delight to visit! Just don’t wait another minute to make a reservation if dining out on Easter is in your plans!