Germantown Café has become a reliable fixture on Nashville’s dining scene by offering fresh, creative cuisine at reasonable prices, as well as a fully-stocked bar.
Conveniently located just blocks north of downtown and LP Field, the Café is a perfect choice for a pre-theatre dinner, a casual night out on the town, or a brunch before the big game. And one look at the sleek and sexy interior lets you know it’s the perfect spot for extra-special occasions as well, with plenty of private dining space for just about any event.
Germantown Café’s kitchen specializes in straightforward traditional cooking with a subtle twist—but don’t worry, there’s no fusion confusion on display here. Whether you choose the signature Plum Pork, a char-crusted New York strip with garlic mashers, or our plump, juicy crabcakes, you’ll lick your chops with every bite.
Nestled just off West-End, next to Music Row between Vanderbilt and Downtown, Midtown Cafe offers affordable casual fine dining at its best. The intimate ambiance offers the perfect setting for a business breakfast and lunch or romantic dinner. The menu for this locally owned, 30 year standard, features prime steaks, sustainable seafood, locally grown produce, more than 40 wines by the glass, over 150 by the bottle and some of Nashville’s finest cocktails.
Midtown Cafe offers a free shuttle service for travelers staying in downtown hotels and to locals looking to enjoy dinner and transportation to downtown performances.
Midtown Cafe also offers private dining and special events services. A private table for up to 10 is available.
Located in Hillsboro Village, CABANA specializes in Casual Southern Comfort Cuisine. The vibe is both calm and energetic; the space both open and cozy. On the menu you’ll find crab hush puppies, lobster mac and cheese, duck, fried chicken, steaks and some of the best pizza in town. The drink menu features a plethora of martinis, along with a wide variety of draft and bottled beers; the wine list accommodates all palates. We were named “The Most Romantic Restaurant in Tennessee” by Town & Country Magazine. (Louder and less romantic on Friday and Saturday nights…but a lot of fun!)
The New York Times said of CABANA:
“Chic Veranda, Wonderful Southern Comfort Food & Great Prices.”
Wine Corkage fee is $20 per 750ml. bottle