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  • Jean Farris Winery and Bistro in Lexington

    Jean Farris Winery and Bistro

    I went with the Garden Pasta with daily Harvested Garden Vegetables, Linguine, Cilantro Pesto and White Wine Sauce. It was divine!

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  • Saffire in Franklin

    Saffire

    Saffire can be cozy, and your favorite neighborhood eatery. It can also be the place in Franklin that you take your out of town guests, for either brunch, lunch, or maybe just a cocktail.

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  • Bistro 310 in Columbus

    Bistro 310

    I choose the Ahi with sesame seed crust, edamame, sushi rice, and ginger butter. It was very good, but I did find myself wishing for a spicier sauce. The addition of some horseradish or wasabi would have made the dish perfect in this writers humble opinion.

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  • Proof on Main in Louisville

    Proof on Main

    Hats off to Chef Levon Wallace for one of the top dinning experiences of my life, and I've had many great ones. I look forward to coming back with Mrs. ST for a special occasion. There is definitely a culinary trip to Louisville in the future, for a visit to Proof on Main.

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  • Husk in Nashville

    Husk

    By sheer good luck, I found myself driving past Husk one Saturday at noon, and on a whim popped in for lunch. We had no reservation, so we ate at the bar, but because we were there, we were able to persuade them to give us a much sought after dinner reservation for the following Friday evening...

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  • Harvest Restaurant in Louisville

    Harvest Restaurant

    There were many delicious looking and tempting items on the menu. Harvest is a farm to table restaurant sourcing local, sustainable ingredients. There was someone at the bar eating the harvest pizza...

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  • Tavern in Nashville

    Tavern

    Our first impression at the table was the server, who took her time on a busy Saturday night to tell us about the menu and all her favorite choices. We saw the famous burger at the table next to us, which was enthusiastically recommended...

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  • The Smiling Elephant in Nashville

    The Smiling Elephant

    We were lucky enough to go early, and claim a table on their small patio, which they didnít seem to plan to use. Good thing, because we hung for a few hours just enjoying the great food on a warm evening...

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  • Pfunky Griddle in Nashville

    Pfunky Griddle

    Located in a cute cottage house in the Berry Hill section near 100 Oaks, my favorite spot is out on the screened in patio, surrounded by lots of large trees, and a great funky vibe. We even have a favorite server...

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  • Table 3 in Nashville

    Table 3

    Not all the local restaurants that I enjoy for dinner have lunch service, and Table 3 is a very comfortable place for a long lunch. The decor is simple with a clean aesthetic, yet...

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  • Margot Cafe and Bar in Nashville

    Margot Cafe and Bar

    Margot Cafe is a casual, upscale, neighborhood restaurant that sits in a single dwelling at five points across the street from a stream of fun eateries in East Nashville...

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  • Three Sixty Bistro in Nashville

    Three Sixty Bistro

    Itís not just food that garners the attention. 360 Bistro is a true wine bar. Not only were we surrounded by hundreds of bottles of wine...

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  • Holland House Bar and Refuge in Nashville

    Holland House Bar and Refuge

    Holland House is the fruit of a good idea, shared by Terry Raley and Dutch businessman Cees Brinkman. Together they restored an old building...

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  • Mad Platter, Inc. in Nashville

    Mad Platter, Inc.

    The greeting at the door is just as warm and inviting as the basket of rolls which was quickly brought to the table. There were only three servers and we hit the jackpot with (I think her name was Brenda) who seemed genuinely happy to work there...

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  • City House in Nashville

    City House

    City House owner and chef, Tandy Wilson has earned his restaurant a reputation as a Nashville restaurant that is not really Nashville because itís Italian, but yet digs into the local farm and ingredient scene the way a true Italian restaurant in Italy would do...

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  • Bobbie's Dairy Dip in Nashville

    Bobbie's Dairy Dip

    After twelve years, the good news is that nothing has changed. The angus burgers are still juicy, and are particularly good if you stuff your burger with the beer battered onion rings...

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  • Zumi Sushi Japanese Kitchen in Nashville

    Zumi Sushi Japanese Kitchen

    The attraction for me is finding a casual place to eat sushi and sit outside. Itís the perfect place to get a small bite and cold drink...

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  • Virago in Nashville

    Virago

    Virago has two kitchens, a sushi kitchen and a chefís kitchen. The food will be delivered as soon as it is ready, so I advise ordering a dish or two at a time with that in mind...

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  • Watermark in Nashville

    Watermark

    When you walk in the door of Watermark, you know youíre in a special place. The decor is urban, yet has a modicum of warmth to it...

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  • Silly Goose in Nashville

    Silly Goose

    The Silly Goose seems to be different things to different people. Iíve heard it described from friends almost as a vegetarian restaurant and from others that itís the place to go for sandwiches...

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