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brytor Aug 1, 2011 02:30 PM

A lot of great info on the board, thanks!

I was hoping some folks could chime in with thoughts on light lunch/snack options. When we travel, we generally have a late breakfast and then dinner, but don't really have a proper lunch. So I was wondering if anyone had thoughts on places to go for a ~2pm nibble between breakfasts at Loveless and Monell's and dinners at City House and Capitol Grille. We'll be in town on a Wednesday/Thursday if that makes a difference.

Thanks in advance and look forward to some unique Nashville eats!

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City House
1222 4th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37208

  1. pete k Aug 1, 2011 02:39 PM

    You can definitely do a light lunch at Arnold's depending on what you order. They do probably the best version of a meat & three in the Nashville area....unfortunately, they do close at 245.

    Another good option for a light lunch/snack in the Hillsboro Village area would be Fido. They have daily specials which mostly feature local and in season ingredients for around $10 and under.

    Enjoy!

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      TLF Aug 1, 2011 06:58 PM

      +1 on Fido

      Also, across the street, Provence. (can be more expensive, though) There's a Provence downtown near the library, too.

      Oh, and great selection on CH and CG -- those are definitely the top two IMHO.

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