Are you going to the Beyonce concert this weekend at Nissan Stadium? Here are a few places to grab a bite before you take your seat. If you don’t have tickets, you can find them here.
901 Woodland Street, Nashville
Chef Sean Brock opened this burger joint in 2020. The menu has limited offerings of burgers, chicken sandwich, and fries. There is a waffle hashbrown on the menu that is a cross between a waffle fry and hashbrown.
626 A Main Street, Nashville
For those who remember the Family Wash, Hawkers Asian Street Fare is now occupying that space. Serving Asian street fare from Korean twice-fried chicken wings to signature pad Thai.
201 Printers Alley, Nashville
It’s a walk-up window in Printers Alley. These are no regular hot dogs, find your basic hot dog to the mac dadd y- one that is topped with mac and cheese. There is even one called Georgia, topped with cream cheese and peaches. Don’t forget your side of tater tots or try the loaded tots with sour cream, chili, onion, and cheese.
4Acme Feed & Seed
101 Broadway, Nashville
Acme Feed & Seed offers casual dining with a selection of fried chicken, redneck lo mein, Acme burger made with beef from Beer Creek farm, along with southern pot roast served with mashed potatoes and green beans.
200 3rd Avenue South, Nashville
The menu here is not expansive – find a selection of salads, sandwiches featuring a burger and cheesesteak sandwich along with entrees of hot chicken and waffles, shrimp and grits, and chicken parmesan.
220 Malloy Street, Nashville
This second location of the notable Pancake Pantry opened int he Hyatt Centric Downtown Nashville. If you are planning a whole day downtown before an event, start with the iconic pancakes before your event.