Nashville’s Meteoric Rise To The Steak Hall Of Fame

For years, Nashville has been known for a number of delectable dishes, most of which are popular throughout Tennessee. When visiting, you might try its Meat and Three options, fried pickles, fish, sweet potato fries, cornbread, mac n’ cheese, country ham, and more. There’s nothing wrong with any of those choices, but Nashville is becoming famous for something else: its steak.

  1. If you’re looking for the perfect cut, you could do no better than Kanye Prime, where you’ll find a modern-themed twist on an old favorite. You might visit with a small group of friends, or play host to a sizable private party. This Nashville crown jewel of steak offers some of the highest extravagance you could hope to find. You can go for the more traditional filet mignon cooked to order, or you can indulge your adventurous side with imported Australian wagyu beef.

  2. If might sound like a common steakhouse, but there’s nothing common about Bob’s Steak & Chop House. It’s a hotel-side chain that offers all the classics, but in super-sized fashion. If you’re not in the mood for steak, then you’ll surely find something on the restaurant’s expansive seafood menu. Don’t forget to try the bread pudding before you leave! You can’t visit Nashville without it.

  3. You might also try Bourbon Steak, another hotel-side restaurant known both for its food and its view. This offering is provided by none other than Michael Mina, an award-winning chef of high renown. Bourbon Steak is also known for cooking with wood-fire, providing diners with flavor unique to the restaurant. This is a great choice if you’re a wine lover, as Bourbon Steak has over 500 bottles for you to try.

  4. CHAR Restaurant is in Nashville, and it’s a great spot to relax over dinner if you’re in the mood for a drink or two with soothing music. This is a better option if you’re traveling on a budget, but don’t let its affordability dissuade you from giving it a try if you have more money to spend. CHAR also has a great selection of seafood.

  5. Tom Morales has done it again with The Southern Steak & Oyster, which is obvious enough when checking out the line. This restaurant does some serious business every day of the week, and is open morning until night. Head there if you’re in the mood for perfectly cooked steak and seafood, and don’t be afraid to try any of their international offerings.

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