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The Wine Market at Table 3 (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Elise Loehr and Wendy Burch, who have run the French bistro Table 3 for almost eight years, opened the Wine Market in late 2017. The small, shotgun space next to the restaurant gives them the chance to broaden their mostly French list, ranging into Germany for Pfalz rosés,...Read Full Story

Peninsula (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Three Seattle transplants, alums of Renee Erickson’s acclaimed restaurants, have opened Peninsula on Nashville’s east side. The list of G&Ts is the first tip-off that the peninsula that inspired the place is Iberian; the wine list confirms it, with bottles of bairrada from Tiago...Read Full Story

Salt & Vine (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Washed in white tiles and blond woods, Salt & Vine is a spacious all-day hangout with an artisanal food market and espresso bar up front, a dining room in the middle with communal tables, and a wine bar and tasting room in the back. At night, the cheese...Read Full Story

Otaku Ramen (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Since chef Sarah Gavigan opened Otaku Ramen this past winter, the sparsely designed space has had a line out the door most days. The draw is not only the noodles, which come from the open kitchen in steaming bowls of long-simmered bone broth—the Tennessee tonkatsu, a...Read Full Story

Le Sel (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

From the team behind The Catbird Seat comes Le Sel. With a black penny-tiled bar and salmon-colored banquettes, French hiphop flowing through the speakers and neon in the artwork, it’s a playful and uniquely Nashville take...Read Full Story

Fifty First Kitchen & Bar (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Set slightly off the beaten path in a West Nashville neighborhood, Fifty First Kitchen & Bar occupies a renovated 1800s-era house that blends right in with its residential neighbors. Here, chef Tony Galzin offers Italian-inspired small plates; his wife, Caroline, pours the wine while manning the couple’s...Read Full Story

City Winery (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Good music and wine play nicely together at all of the City Winery locations, but the pairing has received an exceptional response here in Music City, its newest branch after NYC, Chicago and Napa. With the on-site winery now up and running, it’s the only working wine-production facility...Read Full Story

Rolf & Daughters (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Germantown now reigns as the epicenter of Nashville’s culinary cool. And while it was City House that paved the way here, it was Rolf & Daughters, opened in 2012, that brought fast and furious accolades and a new energy to the area. Here, chef Philip Krajeck...Read Full Story

Adele's (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Famed New York chef Jonathan Waxman dropped his newest hit, Adele’s, into Music City’s hot dining neighborhood, The Gulch, this summer. The space is bright and light—and, similar to the garage space housing Waxman’s Barbuto in NYC, it’s a former auto repair shop anchored...Read Full Story

The Bottle Shop (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

A substantial tasting bar dominates the front of the Bottle Shop, a sign that owners Lisa and Dave Coviello are serious about offering an educational experience alongside their wines. In addition to the frequent in-store tastings, they'll open almost any bottle requested. Chalkboards and corkboard-pinned notes sit above the...Read Full Story

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