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Kayne Prime Steakhouse is the most exclusive, high-end steakhouse in Nashville's popular Gulch neighborhood. Located alongside three other M Street restaurants - Whiskey Kitchen, Tavern Midtown and Virago - Kayne is the premiere upscale establishment. Executive Chef Robbie Wilson offers guests amazingly delicious, farm-fresh, seasonal side dishes that complement each perfectly served and seasoned steak. The atmosphere is similar to other M Street restaurants, which tend to be furnished with dark woods and rich tones. The service is quick and helpful and exactly what you would expect from a top notch steakhouse. Reservations are recommended. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Tucked away beneath Encore in Downtown Nashville, Etch has been hailed as one of the best fine dining establishments in the city. Thanks to culinary genius Deb Paquette, Etch has become known for dishes with bold flavor profiles and colorful presentations. The full bar and open kitchen with bar-like seating allows patrons to interact with Paquette and her kitchen staff, creating a whole dining experience not found elsewhere. The comprehensive wine list and decadent dessert round out the fantastically creative menu. Be sure to book in advance, as this popular restaurant is always buzzing with patrons.
Flyte World Dining and Wine provides Nashville guests with flavors and wines from around the world in a classy, upscale bistro style restaurant. The constantly changing menu at Flyte includes such delightful entrees as Parisian Gnocchi, Ellensburg Farm Lamb Saddle and venison loin paired with appetizers and salads such as beef carpaccio and poached pear salad. Selections are designed by the chef around seasonal availability with the use of intriguing fresh ingredients. In addition to the standard dinner menu, Flyte also offers a special fixed price three-course meal. Reservations and a jacket are highly recommended.
This classy restaurant is one place where you will witness your dish being cooked by the dedicated and talents chefs, experts at piquing your curiosity of what's going to finally be on your plate. The kitchen is surrounded by only thirty-two seats, making it a great interactive session, at whatever level you wish to participate. Due to the limited seating space, make sure to reserve well in advance.
This quaint little eatery's charming and simplistic design will transport you to a quiet and picturesque village in Europe. Flower pots blossoming with color, a handwritten menu, and oversized sunflowers on the patio complement the simple, white tablecloths and exposed brick walls. Strong country flavors arise from piping hot dishes and there's a menu for each day and season. Try dishes like Grilled Quail with lentils and braised greens or Homemade Spaghetti with oven-dried tomatoes, olives, caper, and white anchovies. A good wine list tops off the meal.