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Exploring the East End on a Nashville Food Tour

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Exploring the East End on a Nashville Food Tour






Hot dogs are like some weird trigger smell for me. There have been many times when I have walked out of a gourmet restaurant in Manhattan, full on the rich and decadent food of one of the city’s top chefs, only to smell the hot dog vendor on the street and feel hungry again. Good thing that works for me because when we strolled up to “I Dream of Weenie” in East Nashville, the fifth stop on our Nashville food tour with Walk. Eat. Nashville., I didn’t think I could eat a bite. But then I smelled those hot dogs and I was ready to sample my trio of hot dogs with a range of southern toppings.
For those that have complained about taking a food tour and leaving hungry, you can be guaranteed that won’t happen on a Walk. Eat. Nashville food tour. Founder and owner Karen-Lee Ryan offers three different food tours in Nashville, each with a maximum of 12 people on each. Since I love using food tours to explore neighborhoods I may not visit on my own, we picked the East Nashville tour on our recent Nashville trip.
You would be mistaken to describe the East End of Nashville as an “up and coming neighborhood” because, as I have been told, it has “arrived.” Property values here sure seem to say so and I was charmed by the cute bungalows and progressive arts and food scene in this part of town. We would be unlikely to cross the river and explore on our own so the Walk Eat Nashville food tour was the perfect way to see this part of town.
Walk Eat Nashville Food Tour
Margot Cafe
Our tour kicked off at Margot Cafe in Five Points. It was an appropriate starting place since Margot, a Nashville native who returned from NYC 16 years ago to pioneer the East Nashville food scene. Although usually only open for dinner, we stepped inside to sample some delicious Pimento cheese biscuits and get to know one another.
Five Points Pizza
From Margot’s, we stepped across the street to Five Points Pizza to learn about the crazy journey that took the three owners, who had never made pizza before deciding to open a pizza place, to the point where they now make 1,000 pounds of dough a day. They clearly figured it out because people line up at night for pizza slices and I could taste why. We had a choice between three flavors (the menu changes daily) and I can confidently say that it is better than most of the pizza we have here in Rhode Island. I can see why they have won Best Pizza awards multiple times over and are #2 in the top 30 things to do in Nashville (according to Airbnb.)

Marché Artisan Foods
From Five Points Pizza, we walked past Woodland Studios, where rock legends like Robert Plant have recorded, to Marché Artisan Foods. Marché is a European-style cafe and market, with an emphasis on fresh ingredients. We sat down and sampled a nectarine tartine with fresh ricotta and a delicious salad. The flavors may change with the season but if all are this good, I’d say that Marché should be on your list for fresh, ...


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