Sunday, April 20, 2008

Germantown Cafe


Situated on the corner of 5th and Madison Streets near downtown Nashville, The Germantown Cafe is a great local restaurant. The menu consists of traditional items with a little twist thrown in to make them unique. I've had a great pasta dish there, and I hear the Plum Pork is fantastic. For more information, click here.

Aside: I am still one-handed, hence the short comments on my own blog. Please know that I have visited but have not commented.

Coming tomorrow: Nashville Daily Photo meets -------- Daily Photo!

3 comments:

Brandon said...

I highly recommend this restaurant... I found it when I was looking for something different for my friend and I to go to on our "No Tornado Tuesday" (it was the Tuesday after the Union tornado(We're both Union students and we live around Nashville)) and I found this little place when I searched for "hidden gems Nashville" on Google. Now this is probably one of my favorite restaurants in Nashville. It's also reasonably priced for what you get (like $20 for my friend and I) and the service is incredibly fast (we had our food in less than 10-15 minutes...).

Lynette said...

Sounds like a great place to dine out. And I'm so curious about who you've met!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Good eating places are like good hotels. Hard to find a clean one.