Outdoor Dining Is Available At Nashville’s Best Restaurants

The dining scene in Nashville is evolving at a quick pace. Even while many of the city’s most famous dishes have their origins in traditional Southern cooking or barbecue, Tennessee is beginning to witness an invasion of new cuisines and restaurant ideas. And eating this dish in the fresh air is an even more enjoyable experience.

Some of the best outdoor eating places in Music City are included here, and they are not ranked in any particular order.

White Limozeen

Fans of Dolly Parton may rejoice! “White Limozeen is Daisy through and through,” says the author. The outside patio is even decorated with a pink monument of Dolly’s head made of chicken wire that stands taller than life in the corner wall dedicated to her. It’s practically difficult not to snap a photo of yourself next to something like this!

The White Limozeen, which will debut in 2020 atop the Hilton Nashville downtown, will be a destination for music lovers. There is both internal and external . internal dining available, and the whole establishment is decorated in various tones of rose pink. A variety of seats and daybeds are scattered across the rooftop area, which is shaded by enormous pink-fringed umbrellas.

In terms of cuisine, it’s a blend among French cuisine and traditional Nashville cooking. Mussels cooked in hot butter from Nashville, as well as biscuits with caviar, are on the menu. Featuring titles like Queen of a Rodeo and Space Cowboy, the drinks are frilly and entertaining. Then there’s the Elegant Nancy, a bubbly jello shot that shines as brightly as Dolly herself does!

Make your bookings as far in advance as possible. This restaurant is quite popular, and reservations are required immediately.


People-watching is already on the table at Bartaco, which is located in Nashville’s trendy 12 South area. The bright terrace exudes beachy, South American feelings that will help you happy as if you are on a vacation in your own backyard. It’s not just about the margaritas here; the street tacos, freshly made avocado, and build-your-own pasta dishes are also fantastic.

While you’re eating, take in the sights and sounds of the thriving 12 South neighbourhood. Shoppers will be able to fill their shopping bags with items from specialist retailers such as Parson James by Reese Draper and contemporary general store White’s Mercantile.

Strolling along 12th Street in search of the famed Nashville murals can help you burn off some calories after your dinner. Look for the I Love In Nashville mural and see if you can spot it.

The Bobby Hotel’s Rooftop Lounge 

The Rooftop Bar at the Bob Hotel in downtown Atlanta is a great place to have a drink and cosy up on the inside of a 1956 Scenicruiser convertible. During the summer, this flower beds patio has unique bench seating beneath string lights, as well as stunning views of the city skyline. However, the true enchantment comes in the spring, when the room is filled with heated teepees, all with an intimate atmosphere that promises an unforgettable experience for visitors. And don’t forget to jump inside that classic automobile and take a photo for the sake of memories.

Drinks and appetisers may be had on the rooftop lounge before to dinner, and a post-dinner snack can be enjoyed here as well. The menu is tiny but opulent, with dishes such as foie gras pate & truffle pizza among its offerings. The specialty drinks are seasonal concoctions that are one-of-a-kind.

A short distance away is the Bobby Hotel, which is situated in Publishers Alley, which has been placed on the National Register. It was originally a bustling centre for newspapers, printers, and publishers, but during Prohibition, it was transformed into a hive of speakeasies. The area around Printers Alley is now a thriving stretch of pubs and clubs, some of which are said to be haunted by an evil spirit.


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