Known for its architectural charm and countless culinary destinations, Germantown consistently draws local diners and hungry travelers. The historic neighborhood found just north of downtown is a designated hub of Nashville cuisine, and it has a long lineup of award-winning restaurants, many of which helped put Nashville on the map. Get a taste of the neighborhood’s edible offerings at these essential stops.
Von Elrod’s Beer Hall & Kitchen
Germantown’s dining scene would be incomplete without a beer hall and sausage house that vows to continue the neighborhood’s tradition of butchery and smoking meats. House-made sausages and Southern barbecue platters follow fried cheese curds and homemade pretzels on the menu. Slide into an outside communal table for a stein and a snack before a Sounds game.
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