1. The Blue Plate – located on Market Street, The Blue Plate is a popular restaurant that serves classic American comfort food. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and its menu includes dishes such as meatloaf, chicken and waffles, and burgers.
2. Tupelo Honey – located on Broad Street, Tupelo Honey is a Southern-style restaurant with a farm-to-table approach. The restaurant is known for its biscuits, fried chicken, and honey dusted fried green tomatoes. It also has a full bar with a selection of craft cocktails, beer, and wine.
3. Public House – located on Market Street, Public House is an upscale farm-to-table restaurant. Its menu features seasonal ingredients and changes frequently, but it typically includes dishes such as seared scallops, braised short ribs, and grilled lamb chops.
4. Alleia – located on E. Main Street, Alleia is an Italian restaurant with wood-fired pizzas and homemade pastas. Its menu features traditional Italian dishes with a modern twist, such as the Rigatoni alla Vodka and the Margherita Pizza.
5. St. John’s Restaurant – located on Market Street, St. John’s is a contemporary American cuisine with a focus on seasonal ingredients. Its menu features dishes such as roasted beet salad, duck confit, and grilled ribeye steak. The restaurant also has an extensive wine list.
6. Terminal Brewhouse – located on Market Street, Terminal Brewhouse is a brewery and gastropub with a focus on locally-sourced ingredients. Its menu features classic pub fare such as burgers, sandwiches, and pizza. The restaurant also has a selection of craft beer and cocktails.
7. The Bitter Alibi – located on Houston Street, The Bitter Alibi is an American restaurant and bar with unique cocktails and daily specials. Its menu features dishes such as shrimp and grits, Nashville hot chicken, and vegan buffalo cauliflower. The restaurant also has a selection of craft beer and cocktails.
8. 1885 Grill – located on Riverside Drive, 1885 Grill is a Southern-inspired cuisine with outdoor seating and a view of the Tennessee River. Its menu features dishes such as smoked brisket, fried catfish, and shrimp and grits. The restaurant also has a selection of craft beer and cocktails.
9. State of Confusion – located on W. Main Street, State of Confusion is a Latin-American restaurant with an open-air courtyard and rooftop bar. Its menu features dishes such as ceviche, carne asada, and Peruvian chicken. The restaurant also has a selection of craft beer and cocktails.
10. Feed Table and Tavern – located on Market Street, Feed Table and Tavern is a New American cuisine with a farm-to-table approach and an extensive bar. Its menu features dishes such as seared salmon, smoked pork chops, and beet carpaccio. The restaurant also has a selection of craft beer, wine, and cocktails.