Husk is a Nashville hot spot and came highly recommended. I recommend watching the episodes before coming here to give you a better understanding of the history and the thought that goes into Chef Sean's food. Check at least a few days in advance. The house-transformed-to-restaurant feels like New Orleans, which I really enjoy. This place definitely did…""My husband and I tried this place for the first time last weekend. And book it early or you'll end up with a weird time spot. One of the most well done farm to table restaurants. Husk capitalizes on each season's bounty, which informs the constantly evolving menu.
We were served room temperature champagne and when we told our server she said "yeah, the refrigerator went down" then went and found a cold bottle? We had the Fowl Balls appetizer, I had the Brick-Tattooed chicken, he had the hot chicken with beignets. Comprised of reinvented southern staples, the menu at Husk is laden with freshly fried fish, beautifully braised meats, roasted vegetables, pickled produce and delicious dumplings - all sourced locally, of course. Very happy we found this place.Food is meant to be magical. This is really saying something since we've recently eaten at some wonderful places! We ordered…" Whether you explore the Country Music Hall of Fame or hang out in riverfront Cumberland Park, you’re in for a treat. No word on when the restaurant will…I'm visiting next month and deciding on Husk or Josephine for dinner one night. 2593 reviews of Husk "If there was a 6 star option here on Yelp, Husk would receive it. Many of the locals give awful restaurants raving reviews and give the places that are actually good very poor reviews. Best of Nashville: Find must-see tourist attractions and the best things to do in Nashville, Tennessee. They cut no corners, and you can tell the roux is made with the kind of skill you can't learn reading a recipe blog. Perhaps my expectations were too high? So we made a reservation for two, and I was excited. The menu changes frequently, so you never know what you're in for when you show up. Generally, they are my favorite place in Nashville to get a delicious dessert and dessert cocktail, as no one seems to have… Don't listen to the naysayers, take it from…”If the business you're looking for isn't here, add it!Just saw on Channel 5 that there was a fire at Husk (https://www.yelp.com/biz/husk-nashville) this morning. Quite frankly I find Popeye's better and cheaper. This review will not give Husk the justice it deserves when it comes to atmosphere, presentation, location, service, drinks and food. Oysters lacked flavor and were not chilled. However, as soon as they opened for service after weeks of…”“We stopped here for a nightcap after having dinner at “Let me start out by saying that I have been to many of Nashville's most popular restaurants (“ Nashville eateries. Generally, they are my favorite place in Nashville to get a delicious dessert and dessert cocktail, as no one seems to have picked up the idea for a dessert bar yet.
They are taking the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously and everything was very clean and well organized.Honestly this experience deserves a 3.5 star.
All around amazing food & service. Pretty interesting experience. Mostly because when Nashville does do fancy, it's hit or miss with the snooty-factor.
And what are the specials/prices?Monday - Wednesday from 4-6P. Menu is limited but you can get a handful of cocktails for $9, their famous cheeseburger for $10 and fried chicken for $11.Matts Nashville Food And Drink List! However, as soon as they opened for service after weeks of being closed, I knew I had to make an appearance. We had the Fowl Balls appetizer, I had the Brick-Tattooed chicken, he had the hot chicken with beignets. Full disclosure: I'm a pescatarian.
I realized that I have been neglecting to give Bonefish, Cool Springs the credit that they deserve.
The appetizers were really good. All Tried And Reviewed Partially because Nashville doesn't do fancy as well as they do dive-y. The first was for brunch. Second glass of white wine was served room temperature. Please, whatever you do, get dessert.Had an absolutely amazing brunch last weekend. That said, some of the food was delicious elevated reimaginings of traditional Southern dishes. We were visiting Nashville, and chose Husk to celebrate our friend's birthday. Husk is a solid 5/5 and did no stop short at impressing. Served atop rustic dinnerware, a meal at Husk elegantly merges the tastes of country kitchens with the aesthetics of high end dining.Prior to COVID, I had only ever stopped by Husk for snacks and drinks. The produce that doesn't come from Husk's own backyard garden is harvested from regional purveyors. Husk was transformed from a house into a lovely restaurant with two levels of spacious seating. Of…""I would like to start off by saying I am not from Nashville but I have lived here for a few years. The collaborative kitchen creates innovative dishes out of local, high quality ingredients. I adored the mushroom farro and brussel sprouts, which was part of the simply, but accurately, named "Plate of Southern Vegetables". Delivery & Pickup Options - 1434 reviews of Husk "Prior to COVID, I had only ever stopped by Husk for snacks and drinks. "This morning I was thinking that it's sad that most people are only inspired to write a review when they have a bad experience. They do have a lovely little patio, but be advised...this is TN in the summer and it's HOT outside, especially during the day.
The biscuit is crispy and flaky, just the way it should be. "I walked in this place a little bit skeptical.