Tennessee is known for its music, but it is also known for great southern cooking. From Memphis to Nashville and more recently Chattanooga the Volunteer State knows how to serve up some good food. No matter what you are looking for, fine dining, mom-and-pop eateries, or hidden gems, you will find it in Tennessee.
For the Best Craft Cocktails: Grays on Main.
For the most historically popular: Rendezvous.
Heads up: the entrance is in the alley.
Best breakfast: Brother Junipers.
Must Haves: Cinnamon Roll Pancakes! Chorizo Burrito! San Diegan Open Face Omelet!
The best Farm to Table: The Farm House.
Tables are reservations only, but the bar tables are on a first come, first serve basis.
The best brunch: Sinema’s.
Offers $28 Bottomless Brunch in an old cinema. Very busy, reservations are recommended. If you get tired of waiting there are many other great brunch spots in the Melrose area.