The Row Nashville
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We do not accept reservations, but are happy to add you to our waitlist if you call ahead.
Brunch was subpar. Save your money.
There is an inside and outside part to the restaurant. It was very HOT and were sat outside where the fans are few and far between, and had pen tables inside. We thought we would give it a shot because the view was nice and there is corn hole in an enclosed area which my kids liked. Refills were hard to come by and The server forgot the appetizer and had to be reminded twice. They came after the meal was almost over. He did take it off the bill which was nice. The mimosa was great but not a great place to eat when it is warmer weather unless you are inside.
Was great food for breakfast
The grits were amazing and the chefs special omelette was perfect
Loved everything about this place. Will be coming back.
When we visit Nashville, we always have to visit The Row. Great food, service and atmosphere.
Really good drinks/specialty cocktails during brunch. Food was good, as was service. Partner enjoyed the hot chicken. I had the hash with pulled pork, however, felt robbed of pulled pork as I hardly found any in there. (then I made the mistake of ordering the hash as a side so wound up with double hash, almost no pork). The hash was good, but not that good!
A different menu was presented than is published on the website, which excluded my preferred choice. Overall, very disappointing for our first time. I doubt that we will return.
Excellent food!!! Love the rustic atmosphere and the service was good.
We went for Easter sunday brunch and had a great time. Service was awesome food was very good and would definately go back
Entertaining visitors who loved everything about The Row
We expected a brunch, but we eventually ordered off the menu. The bloody mary's were quite good. The service seemed very lackluster and sub par. It seemed as though they were just trying to churn tables as fast as possible on Easter Sunday. Great food, great atmosphere and would definitely go back.
Well prepared innovative Southern food at reasonable prices. Service was thoughtful and polite but food delivery was a little long. Would have liked to have the restaurant patrons have access to the music that was seen in the bar. Reserved at the Row to have the Nashville scene. Once you know where to be part of the music audience The Row is highly recommended -- a not to miss. Without the music it is recommended highly but not with the highest honors.
Dehza was amazing she made the experience the best I've ever had in a restuarant. The food and ambiance was awesome
The food was amazing (the hot chicken was delicious, as was the bacon mac and cheese) and the portions were huge. Service was fine. No live music, though. And we dined on a Saturday night.
The food was absolutely delicious! Many options and the live music was awesome!
The restaurant was a fun place, but the food was nothing special. Our waiter was very irritating with the "dude and bruh" comments.
Probably will not return.
My wife found "The Row" on TripAdvisor with very good reviews so we thought we would try it. It is a themed barbecue place with a brunch menu and while the BBQ might be good (didn't try it) we would not recommend this for brunch. I'm no food snob, but when I pay good money I want good food. I got a cup of gas station-esque coffee which I later noticed was $3.49, an egg white veggie omelet and grits. The coffee came out with a couple random flavored individual creamers, never a good sign when you are hoping for good coffee. The omelet was under-cooked and coated in grease, the grits were runny and more cream than grits. Normally a member of the clean plate club I decided it wasn't worth it and left most of it untouched but the service was good and I always feel bad sending food back so I chose not to. My wife got pancakes and a side of fruit, and while the pancakes were fine, the fruit came out coated in powdered sugar. Given a choice I would have picked Waffle House several times over and paid half as much.
AC didn't cool the bar area. food was average. server diddnt appear happy to be at work, did not smile once
First time for brunch - will definitely return!
Fresh, local and delicious food with creative twists (Bloody Mary Bar) and presentation...
at very affordable prices.
A must-do for both Nashvillians and visitors!
Honestly the food was AMAZING!!!! Went for Sunday brunch and glad to have reservations. It was PACKED and for good reason. French toast in huge hunks with the most wonderful flavor- didn't even need syrup. So satisfying! Poached eggs over greens and a corn cake was incredible. So unique! Serious comfort food. Cocktails were fabulous. Fun atmosphere - live music option but we loved the Star booths showing different country stars and their careers with music over the sound system. I cannot wait to go back!!!
Sat on the bar side with the live music which was a great taste of Nashville in the West End. Happy hour is amazing as they offer 2 - 4 - 1's of Nashville based beers from 4-6pm.
My husband and I stopped by here for dinner while we were in town. Food was good...southern style, rich food which we typically don't eat, so it was a nice treat. Service was good too. Our server was friendly and attentive. During dinner we could hear live music coming from the bar area, so we went into the bar area after we were done with dinner. Great place to hear live music coming from singer/songwriters working to get noticed. Very casual setting. We really enjoyed our time here, and would recommend it to others.
This place is a perfect place for a brunch on a patio. Love how they have their own parking lot and making a reservation guarantees a seat anywhere you want. The server was a little slow which I understood since he had a large group seated as well, but the girl that brought our food out was really nice and helped us get what we needed.
Service was really slow, food wasn't great, wouldn't go back.
My husband and I went to The Row for Sunday Brunch, for our first visit. The French Toast was delicious. Three large slices were enough to share. The fresh berries fruit topping left me wanting more...not enough for a berry with every bite. My husband had the Le Country Boy Bennie which was very tasty. He didn't like the biscuit so much, but the eggs were poached perfectly. The side of hashbrown casserole was very cheesy and the side of sausage (2 patties) were okay. Our server was great - friendly and attentive. The beignets (3) appetizer came out quickly followed by our entrees not too long after finishing the last beignet. The decor was interesting rustic and clean, the walls are covered with photos and bios of legendary musicians, and the spacing of tables was roomy enough so I didn't back into the next table upon leaving. We left satisfied with full stomachs. We definitely want to return next time to try their lunch/dinner menu.
Really excellent place. Menu was great and so was atmosphere. Wish we could have heard the music that was live.
Tried the hot chicken and great but I'd use crisp cold dill pickles and not the cooked slice of dill.
Went here for brunch on a Saturday. It was very full and VERY loud. Turning down the music (full blast country) and perhaps some soundproofing would help. The food was decent. Nothing nuanced and lots of starches. But the hash brown casserole was good and my egg was just runny enough to be a good addition to my pork hash. The service was great; very friendly and prompt. Expect a LOT of tourists when you go (we are local).
Great experience! Food was awesome, and the service was excellent (Anthony)
I came here for my birthday with a group of friends - we had a terrific time - the Steel Blossoms were playing - a super talented female duo that I'm sure I'll hear on the radio soon. They had music here all night long - 4 different acts! My burger was excellent - perfectly cooked - and I was able to substitute in green beans for fries. Can't wait to come back!
Made reservations which seemed to be the best thing going on a Sunday brunch hour. Mimosas were big servings and the food came out pretty quickly. Sat outside on the patio which had umbrellas to block out the shade.
Really good breakfast and brunch spot. Excellent omelettes and biscuits. Pancakes looked awesome. Prices are reasonable and service is good. Decor is basic and noise level is moderate. Gets crowded so go early.
My mom loves this place, so I took her there for Mother's Day brunch. The food is pretty good, but nothing special. Just your basic breakfast/brunch entrees, nothing creative. The service is always just okay there. Not bad, but not great.
I will not be returning. The food was okay and so was the service. Nothing stood out to me and I expected more from the restaurant because of the pricing.
Food was outstanding! We went on a Saturday night with reservations. If you are going reservations are a must. Great place would definitely recommend!
We were told that Chase was the best, he delivered. A+.
Terrific food! The service was very good. Music was a bit loud. Highly recommend the chicken!!!
fun atmosphere, good setting, lively crowd. The service was a little slow but well meaning. The drink menu is impressive.
Steak and eggs were yummy. The Dickel Rye the night before was smooth as well.
The food and service were very good; I will definitely return!
I decided on the Row for Mother's Day Brunch because the menu looked good ($8-10 drinks), it had outdoor seating, and they took reservations.
When we got there, we were informed they were only offering the Mother's Day Buffet...at $29.99 PER PERSON. Not to mention, there were TONS of kids sitting at the table next to us, who all had to be in line for the buffet when we were, which made the wait to get your food seem like an eternity.
I'm not saying the food wasn't good, but I wish I would have known in advance that I would be waiting in line with bunch of children for an overpriced buffet on Mother's day...