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One of East Nashville’s first locally-sourced restaurants, Marche has long been a superb neighborhood spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Featuring French Country inspired cuisine, the... Full review →
Rustic, French country décor. Gourmet market with artisanal offerings from local and international producers. Menu changes with the season and includes quiches, salads, soups and sandwiches.
There's nowhere cooler to have a late lunch or working breakfast than this East Nashville joint.
Marché is easily one of the most beautiful restaurants in Nashville. Full review →
The glassed-in dining area of this bustling European-style cafe and bakery is charming on snowy Saturday mornings, sunny afternoons, or at night. Full review →
Part market, part bistro and deli, this vegetarian-friendly restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Full review →
On Saturday and Sunday mornings, itâs difficult to get a table at MarchÃ©, but itâs more than worth the wait. Just kick back, order a Bellini and watch the waiters whoosh by, bearing... Full review →
In rapidly gentrifying East Nashville, this airy bistro has a veggie-friendly menu of light French- and Italian-inflected fare, made with seasonal local ingredients. Full review →
Hipster central, where musicians dine on brioche and egg salad. Menus change with the seasons; weekend brunches are ever-popular, featuring fresh salads, egg dishes, crepes and decadent...
Impeccably fresh European-style food in a modern, airy space with artisanal meats, cheeses and antipasti to go; the home-made brioche and croissants make brunch particularly satisfying.
Start off the day with an omelette sepcial like the organic corn and tomato with fresh mozzarella at this French bistro and gourmet market in hip East Nashville. Full review →
Inside a "bustling, casual" space that includes a small deli, this affordable East Nashville bistro with European flair starts the day with "divine breakfasts" that segue into light lunches. Full review →