Located just off West End Avenue, this small, upscale restaurant conjures up a very romantic atmosphere with indirect lighting and bold displays of art. The design has been pulling in Nashvillians for years. Rich and flavorful sauces are the rule here, with influences from all over the world. The dinner tasting menu is a good way to sample the fare. Be sure to start a meal here with the lemon-artichoke soup, which is as good as its reputation around town. From there, consider moving on to crab cakes served with cayenne hollandaise, available either as an appetizer or an entree. Lunches here are much simpler than dinners, with lots of sandwiches on the menu. However, a few of the same dishes from the dinner menu are available, including the crab cakes. Dinner reservations recommended. Featured in the Wall Street Journal's "Power Table." Complimentary shuttle service available to/from hotel/Tennessee Performing Arts/Symphony: 615-320-7176. Monday-Friday 11 am-2:30 pm Saturday-Sunday 5-10 pm
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