A new way to find some of the best places to eat in Nashville

Mackensy Lunsford
Nashville Tennessean

In October, Tennessean reporters Brad Schmitt and I released the results of months of (admittedly delicious) research with our take on the top 25 restaurants in Nashville for 2022. That same month also saw our list of the best cheap eats in the city, a handy guide on where to find the tastiest tacos, hot dogs, pho and more.

We're already gearing up for more of the same this year as we eat our way through Nashville. We regularly dispatch our findings in our new Eating Nashville column, where we bicker (and sometimes even agree) over what's good and not good in some of the newer restaurants in the city.

But we know there's a whole lot of news out there, and sometimes it's easy to miss all the food coverage we're working on, including Melonee Hurt's report on where to find the longest bar in the world and Molly Davis' roundups of the newest additions to the local food scene.

Brad Schmitt and Mackensy Lunsford at Chuy's in Nashville, Tenn., Thursday, Feb. 9, 2023.

We've got a newsletter for that: Eat Drink Nashville, delivered to your inbox every Thursday. In it, we'll link to some of the best food stories of the week, and also deliver first looks at new restaurants and drop special dates and events to know.

It's another way to keep up with what's going on in Nashville's ever-evolving restaurant landscape. And best of all, it's totally free. To sign up, just visit tennessean.com/newsletters. There you'll find a whole host of newsletters to help satiate your appetite for Nashville news.

Thanks for reading!

Mackensy Lunsford is the editor of Southern Kitchen and reports on all things food and drink for The Tennessean and USA TODAY's South region. You can reach her at mlunsford@tennessean.com.