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Nashville is a great place to be in search of a meal. The city has climbed the ranks in the American food to become one of the best places to eat in the country. Choosing the best lunch in the seems like an impossible task, it’s not something we’d ever attempt…so we’re leaving it up to you. We narrowed down our favorites and now it’s your turn to vote for the most delicious lunch spots in the following categories:

  • BBQ
  • Southern
  • American
  • Latin Influence
  • Mediterranean

Foodies, sound off! Once winners have been established in all categories, we’ll hold another vote to determine the Single Best Lunch in all of Nashville.


Tom’s Blue Moon BBQ – Many barbecue restaurants claim to have championship products. At Blue Moon they not only claim it, they have the awards to prove it. As they say, good BBQ only comes around once in a Blue Moon.

Dickey’s – Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, the nation’s largest barbecue chain was founded in 1941 by Travis Dickey. Today, all meats are still slow smoked on-site in each restaurant.

Papa Turney’s –


Bill’s Hot Chicken – Bill’s Hot Chicken is a family – owned, full-service restaurant located in North Nashville.  We serve up the the best and  highest quality food for our customers. Founded in 2016, Bill’s is commented to the community and our customers. Bill’s Hot Chicken is the type of place where you can come eat a delicious meal, relax, and enjoy a small piece of Nashville hospitality.

Konnector Hot Chicken –

Mack & Kate’s – This restaurant has been called “Urban Country.” Urban because our menus offer the very best in the finest restaurants in the big urban areas – think New York or Chicago, but cooking with the love and patience that is found in the country, especially the South.


Tom + Chee – Where else can you get a grilled cheese donut?

SubStop – Serving subs for decades, and not the single-session sandwiches of the Subway tradition. These are big—eat have half, and save the second half for later.

Decadence by Design – Your passport to delicious Jamaican cuisine in Nashville. Who doesn’t want some midday pumpkin pound cake?

Latin Influence

Nuvo Burrito – Melding Mexican classics with local flavor, like their hot chicken quesadilla, Nuvo Burrito has made a name for itself in Nashville

Amigo’s Mexican – Amigo’s is family-owned and operated by brothers Hugo & Noe (why didn’t they call it hermanos?). Pollo Feliz is the real deal, don’t pass it up.

Califarmia – A creative menu based on California style cuisine that’s a fusion of Latin, Asian, and good ol’ American classics. This is a food truck you’ll want to stop for.

Caracasville – On the third weekend of every month, you can find this popular Venezuelan popup in the farmers’ market. And if you’re really lucky, you’ll see it popping up in your office even more than that.


Sparta Grill –

Athen’s Greek – They say their selections will make you want to throw your empty plate on the floor and yell Opa! But since Fooda popup come to your office, you better not do that.

Sultans Grill and Ginger Juice Bar – What’s better than home-cooked Mediterranean food? Home-cooked Mediterranean food made with fresh, locally grown fruits & vegetables – Sultans’ specialty.