Nashville’s food scene is hot, and it’s not just because of our hot chicken (although it is delicious). The city is filled with fantastic, diverse restaurants, but there are five neighborhoods you should consider living in if you’re a true foodie. These areas of town give residents easy access to top-notch eateries and some of Music City’s best-known chefs – what more could a food lover ask for?
Not many places truly “have it all,” but Nashville’s Pinewood Social comes pretty darn close. In addition to serving Southern comfort food, craft cocktails and coffee from the popular Crema cafe, Pinewood Social has a six-lane bowling alley, swimming pools, bocce ball courts and more. It’s more than a restaurant – it’s a social gathering place, designed to accommodate its customers’ needs morning, noon and night. In fact, Pinewood Social has so much to offer that you could spend all day eating, drinking and playing, and never get bored.