Comfort Inn Downtown Nashville-Vanderbilt
1501 Demonbreun Street
Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 255-9977
Fax: (615) 242-6127
Tin Roof is a favorite nightspot for locals who love live music. Six nights a week live tunes fill the air, while patrons enjoy their beers and cocktails from the bar. A menu filled with sandwiches and quesadillas is also available.
Located in Downtown Nashville, within the trendy urban complex, the Gulch; this Subway location serves up the usual selection of signature sandwiches, freshly prepared to order. Close to several bars and pubs, it's a good place for a late-night meal or early breakfast on the go. This branch also caters for parties, and is conveniently located for residents having an impromptu party. For details, visit the website or call.
If you wish to enjoy well-priced food, good drinks and good music, South is the place to be. The place is a wonderful cross between a nightclub, a bar and a restaurant all put together in a contemporary interior. Their food is highly scrumptious; veggie wraps, seafood specials and humongous burgers are sure to build your appetite for a night that follows. Live music keeps the crowd going and the spacious dance floor lets you party like there is no tomorrow. Drinks are high on punch and low on budget; they are poured generously to ensure patrons have no complaints only fun.
Forget the calories, ditch your diet and indulge in tasty and comfort food at the Little Chicago restaurant. This dining establishment makes for a hassle free dining experience that is not too heavy on your pockets. You can gorge on pizzas, pastas, burgers, steak and other sumptuous fare. Along with that, you can also order desserts and your favorite beverages. Call ahead for more details.
Sushiyobi serves delicious and fresh sushi in a unique and adorable atmosphere. It is conveniently located at the Demonbreun Street and has spacious interiors which can accommodate larger parties and families. The must-try specials here are: Volcano Roll, Whisky on the Rock, White Dragon and Bob the Builder. If you wish to try something apart from the rolls, Udon, chicken and salmon teriaki and soba noodles are great too. The place is quite popular, hence can be a bit busy around weekends.
The Turnip Truck and Urban Fare Natural Market is the perfect place in The Gulch to grab an incredibly fresh and delicious take out meal or pick up the ingredients to make your own favorite recipe. The deli part of the restaurant offers daily sandwiches and soup specials such as carrot and rutabaga, lemon chicken and artichoke and yellow split pea. Menu options change according to the availability of fresh produce and the creative decisions of Chef Laura Wilson. The market offers visitors a wide variety of fresh, locally grown produce as well as a selection of other health food options and organic supplements. -Lynn-nore Chittom
To some, the idea of a restaurant that has no menu is a bit unnerving. But to folks in the Southern United States, it's just another day at a meat-and-three. The cook serves up a host of side dishes to accompany the meat entree of the day. A delicious serving of beef or chicken with your choice of three sides is priced at a reasonably great value, especially for families. The inviting, comfortable atmosphere is the perfect setting for mom, dad and the kids.
DeSano Pizza Bakery gives its patrons the delightful experience of gorging authentic pizzas at affordable prices. Everything about this pizzeria will leave you awestruck; their ingredients are flown in from Italy, wood-burning ovens use Mount Vesuvius's volcanic rock and even the salt is imported from the Mediterranean Sea. This is as good as it can get! There are a variety of pizzas for you to choose from Marinara and Margherita from the traditional ones or Napoletena or Desona which are specialty pizzas. Their wine list affectionately complements each pizza. Leave room for some delicious Cannolis after your meal.
Craving for fast food, then head straight to the White Castle outlet at Broadway. This place will surely satiate all your food cravings and you can gorge on typical American platter featuring burgers, fries and so forth. And, if you are really hungry, you can go for the Castle combos. For more details, check website.
Virago Robata Grill and Sushi Bar is a top notch upscale spin on the normal sushi joint. Unlike many other Nashville sushi bars which are more function than fashion, Virago is all about the ambiance and the experience. The sleek, trendy atmosphere offers Nashville locals a little taste of the New York scene. The Gulch location and superb service go hand in hand with what is, without a question, some of the best sushi in town. A bit on the pricey side, it is perfect for special occasions and a girls' night out. Be sure to try some of the more unique rolls and do not miss out on Virago's outstanding cocktails. -Lynn-nore Chittom
This cantina inspired restaurant serves authentic Mexican cuisine and is one of the popular dining establishments in town. That's not it, it also boasts of a tequila lounge that serves tasty blends and libations. You can also hire this space for private celebrations and events. For reservations and other details, check website.
Industrial Warehouse turned restaurant and bar featuring contemporary, chic decor Moto Cucina + Enoteca is a trendy dining establishment. Serving up a selection of innovative dishes inspired by rustic Italian fare in a modern setting, the menu features items like Oysters, Peach Salad, Blueberry Lasagne, Barolo Braised Lamb and Prime Steak to name a few. The trendy restaurant and bar features a nice selection of wines as well as signature drinks, making it a popular evening spot for a classy, yet casual dinner or after-dinner drinks at the bar. The restaurant opens at 5pm everyday.