Okay, another restaurant closing to report. Kellogg’s Southern Restaurant at 7541 Old Hickory Blvd. in Whites Creek has shut down. This has been a hard location for restaurants...with several taking up residence and failing in the last four years. This may also be an indication of the impact of the economic downturn. The newer, struggling operations are closing first, but who knows how far it will go. If you have the money keep visiting your favorite restaurants.
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
The Veggie Cafe has closed at 1601 Riverside. The good news is they will go back to operating the mobile kitchen. We'll leave the review up for now at http://nashvillerestaurants.blogspot.com/2008/03/veggie-caf.html
Check their website for details on the mobile kitchen:
Sunday, October 19, 2008
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
We're sad to report that Nashville's Most Wanted Pizza has closed. Readers noticed it some time ago, but this is the first chance we've had to take a look ourselves. We wish the former owners well, they had some of the best pizza and wings in town. If anyone knows what they are up to now please drop us a line. That location seems to have issues. But the PadThai Kitchen is giving it a shot. We'll try and swing by for a taste in a few weeks.
Sunday, October 12, 2008
East Nashville deserves a good, hot breakfast and these days they’re getting it thanks to new management at the Nashville Biscuit House. It’s the second-year anniversary for the owners in this latest incarnation of the old Knife and Fork building, which has seen far too many proprietors in the last 10 years. It has always been a breakfast and lunch diner. While that concept may seem simple, it requires spot on execution and that hasn’t always been the case.
Here's the old review, from 2010:
When Nashville Biscuit House is your name, you’d better live up to the promise. And actually the biscuits are pretty good here. It’s the rest of the sides that fail to hold up.
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Our readers have been suggesting this place for a long time. We’ve been so busy scouting out the little mom and pop Mexican joints in Nashville that we have skipped over the Las Maracas on Gallatin Pike. Perhaps that’s because it looks like your typical Americanized Mexican joint from the outside. Well, boo to us. Las Maracas serves up Mexican food that is several notches above what you usually get in Nashville.