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Bold, seasonally-inspired southern food. Handcrafted cocktails. Est. 2012
Nashville, TN 37208
Contemporary Southern, French, American
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Saturday: 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
SILO Social Hour specials from 4 pm - 6 pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:30 am - 2:00 pm
Sunday Dinner: 4 pm - 10 pm
Closed on Monday
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
There is usually ample street parking within a block and two pay lots directly across the street.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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SILO Ratings and Reviews
My girlfriend and I went for our own day after Valentine's dinner, able to skip the crowds. The atmosphere was nice, the service was good (sidenote our server did us a solid and gave us the Happy Hour prices on our drinks even though we weren't sitting at the bar, which I appreciated) and the food was really good with a special nod to the tasty brussel sprouts and the hand mashed potato side dish that accompanied our steaks. If I had anything negative to say about the food it would be that the portion size on the steaks was a little on the small side, but the sauce served with them was fantastic as was the wilted greens. We will be back!
Always the best in town!! They thrive on the high quality of there cuisine and consistency of service. This I a trait that has unfortunately become lost on most of the towns restaurants. It is always a pleasure to dine at silo and an even bigger pleasure to recommend it to others. Take my advice, dive deep into the small plates!
Ok Silo, you had me at $5 Mimosas. They serve them in full sized champagne flutes not those tiny ones other brunch spots serve them in. We ate the huevos rancheros-the black eyed peas were a great twist instead of pintos beans-and the skillet which was pretty basic and delicious. Will be back for sure.
What can I say? We had a fabulous experience and the space is beautiful! The menu is creative with lots of little plates for sharing. Didn't have room to try any entrees but will be back for sure as the table next to us raved about the bone-in pork chop. The deviled eggs were creative and original, as were the lamb meatballs and cheese curd croquettes. Ricotta dumplings were amazing as was the chocolate mousse dessert. By far the best restaurant in the Germantown area.
We were visiting from out of town and found this great neighborhood gem in Germantown! Sunday bunch was good but would even better w a make your own bloody mary bar. Their bloody marys were plain compared to other popular sunday brunches but overall a yummy brunch selection to choose from!
I was very skeptical as I find most Germantown restaurants are overrated. And as a whole, they mix and match unique foods but don’t execute very well. I find this restaurant to be the exception. Food was outstanding,And service was very caring. The only complaint I had was that we had to wait for our table even though we had reservations, and there were open tables available. I walked in thinking that I was going to be upset, but thankfully they prove me wrong. I cannot wait to go back to this restaurant, which I cannot say before any of the others in the area. Wonderful job!
What a great brunch and CHEAP! We split the French Toast and Shrimp Étouffée which was full of flavor & pretty traditional and 4 mimosas that were like $5 each. Got a last minute reservation and it's a good thing as it was full by the time we left. Will definitely be back soon to try the house made bagels and black eyed peas rancheros.
Delicious drinks & dinner for our ladies' night. We shared the truffle fries, split pea hummus, lamb meatballs, deviled eggs, and brown butter ricotta dumplings - and still had room for the incredible gluten-free clementine & ginger cream cake!
We love SILO!!! Cheers!
Some friends suggested we try Silo when we were in Nashville. Beautiful restaurant, hospitable staff and the food and drinks were fantastic. The deviled eggs were very original and the ricotta dumplings were great-very rich so it was perfect to split. One person in our group is gluten-free and they we very accomodating. Pretty good by the glass wine selection-lots of varietals included-and reasonably priced.
We are always happy with our experience at Silo, and the last one certainly did not disappoint. Appetizers were wonderful. Mac n cheese and mashed potatoes were great comfort food. Best of all- the entrees. We were thrilled with our steaks and pork chop (best pork chop ever)!
our second visit and first dinner (Sunday Brunch was our first visit) was mostly satisfying. The charcuttery offerings we selected were excellent, with appropriate portion sizes and delicious accompaniments. The entrees we selected from the relatively small number of offerings were also very tasty and presented nicely. Despite the few number of tables occupied, our service was rather indifferent. Overall, we had a good dining experience.
We had the absolute best experience at Silo. Our server Jeff was very knowledgeable and recommended dishes that we would have never ordered. So happy to have him guide us. We absolutely loved the ricotta with sage butter dish as well as the catfish sticks and the mac and cheese was the best I have had I my life!
AMAZING! It was our first experience at SILO. I cannot wait to go back! We had the dumplings, cornbread muffins and gumbo to start. Our entrees: two of us had steak and one had the pork chop and shared the mashed potatoes and Brussels sprouts. YUM. The dumplings are a MUST. The gumbo had INCREDIBLE flavor. The steak was perfect. The pork chop was a little on the salty side but was completely eaten because wow it was good.. We will definitely be coming back here! YUM. YUM. YUM. It’s been two hours since we left and we’re still talking about the robust flavors.
Very cool, hip restaurant in Germantown but unfortunately me and my husband didn't enjoy the food as much as we hoped. The deviled eggs were awesome as many other reviewers had mentioned. They were probably the highlight of the night. We tried a bunch of appetizers - the lamb meatballs which were a little heavy on the feta and lacking seasoning followed by the smoked sausage and aged white cheddar meats and cheeses. The meat and cheese platter looked amazing and most of it was great but the sausage was very cold and just not that great. We then shared the fried quail which had a great breading & served on fantastic mashed potatoes but the quail was surprising tough so not very easy to eat. All in all the service and the atmosphere was great but we weren't as thrilled with the food.
We loved this place. The ambiance was wonderful. Well lit tables but focused light so the room seemed dark and intimate overall. Noise level was low and conversation was easy. The food was spectacular. Very interesting combinations and options. Try the ricotta appetizer and the shepherd's pie. Both super tasty and different. Someone put a lot of thought into the flavor pairings and it showed. We will definitely be back.
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