April 10, 2016 • FOOD

Insta-Faves: Nashville’s Finest Food

Hungry? Well, bless your heart. Nashville’s got you covered when it comes to food and drink, with offerings that run the gamut from classic Southern to cutting edge. Here, five Insta accounts we follow to know where to eat in Nashville, plus a must-try pick personally selected by the folks behind each one.

1. Kate Davis @nashvillefoodfan 

“My favorite new dish in Nashville is made for weekend mornings. It’s the bialy egg sandwich at the newly opened Proper Bagel. Served with arugula, cream cheese, and tomato jam, it’s heavenly. And I definitely recommend adding the side of glazed sweet potatoes.”@nashvillefoodfan

 

2. Grace Gilmore & Rio @NashvilletheBeautiful

http://www.instagram.com/p/BDnvT7gCFWO/?taken-by=nashvillethebeautiful

“There is nothing like taking a trip down the road to enjoy a classic burger. We found Hwy 55 a few weeks ago and it’s a gem!” — @NashvilletheBeautiful

 

3. Hannah Messinger @hmmessinger

http://www.instagram.com/p/BCQ_ij2gIS8/

“My favorite local secret is brunch at Little Octopus. The wait is never very long and the covered patio in the back is the perfect place to have a cocktail on a Sunday morning. I love that the menu is vegetable heavy without being boring. At the same time, Executive Chef @danherget makes the best (and the biggest) hamburger I’ve ever put in my mouth! This photo is all of the new vegetarian dishes on the spring menu. The kimchee chopped salad is a must!” — @hmmessinger

 

4. Justin DeWaard @baristaparlor

http://www.instagram.com/p/BD3CFXzwaQM/

“As of last month, all the coffee on the menu at our shops has been roasted in house. We’re finishing up the retail packaging for late spring and it is going to be pretty rad. This is a picture of the bar at our Golden Sound location, located in an old record studio in The Gulch on Magazine Street in Nashville.”@baristaparlor

 

5. Jill Melton @ediblenash

Great day for slurpin' some Miso Ramen. Tomorrow might even be better. Check out @otakusouthramen now in The Gulch.

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“Slurping a bowl of ramen at the new Otaku Ramen restaurant in The Gulch is just a great way to spend lunch. Plus, tofu is always a draw for me, so loved the vegetarian Miso Ramen bowl.” — @ediblenash