Tuesday, April 22, 2008

The Mad Platter


Another great restaurant located in the Germantown area of Nashville is The Mad Platter. While the Germantown Cafe occupies a rather new building, The Mad Platter is in an old Victorian building in the heart of Germantown. Inside, exposed brick walls lend to the atmosphere.

When we first moved to Nashville, The Mad Platter had a little restaurant in the Farmers' Market, and they served great sandwiches and such. Their popularity extends to the free-standing restaurant's menu which includes a variety of dishes and desserts. While I've never had it, I've heard the Chocolate Elvis is good.

(Don't you just love the restaurant's name?)

Tomorrow, I'll show you a few homes in Germantown and tell you a bit about its history.

5 comments:

quintarantino said...

Uma fachada muito bonita!

Destitute Rebel said...

Interesting name and a great looking building with character, nice shot.

Halcyon said...

That is the BEST name for a restaurant! I can't wait to hear more, maybe even to try it one day. I'll certainly be getting the chocolate Elvis... as long as there are no nuts!

Southern Heart said...

We will definitely have to check out this area...it seems like a lot of fun!

Brandon said...

Thanks for the tip. My mother and I will be up there Saturday for the Art Festival at First Baptist Nashville and I was thinking about where I want to eat... This might be it... It sounds delicious...