Rolf & Daughters
205位當地人推薦 · 預估價格為3級（最高4級） ·
Located in the historic Werthan factory, Rolf & Daughters offers a casual, vibrant atmosphere that pairs well with its sharable plates, evolving natural wine list, and house cocktails. Since opening in late 2012, Philip Krajeck's Germantown restaurant has been named one of America's Best New Restaurants by Bon Appétit and Esquire magazines. Fun, seasonal, and inventive, the menu highlights local farms and legendary handmade pastas.
Industrial-chic restaurant with clever New American dishes, communal tables & inventive cocktails.
Rolf and Daughters serves my favorite dish in Nashville. They hand make their pastas daily and have the most talented staff in the front, back and behind the bar. The decor is quite swanky with exposed duct work and very unique woodwork throughout. It is a smaller restaurant with limited tables…
Largely considered one of the best restaurants, if not the best, in town. It’s not cheap, but for the money, it’s well worth it.
“One of Nashville’s top restaurants. A James Beard winner for Best Chef of the Southeast. Get the belly ham pizza! ”
“Chattanooga-based, multi-James Beard Award nominated chef, Daniel Lindley became known in Nashville with this Germantown warehouse-turned-restaurant. While the space is massive with very high ceilings, warm lighting and romantic vibes make it a great date night destination. Current menu highlights include the bacon-wrapped quail, chicken liver mousse, and sausage-cheddar biscuits to start, and standout mains like beef cheek pot roast and beer can chicken. ”
“Butchertown Hall is mine and Sarah’s go to when we want some steak tacos, incredible chorizo cheese dip and hands down (in my opinion) the best Margs in Town! There’s plenty more to get here from the menu, but those are always solid choices! ”
“A must see. The incredible interior boasts crema coffee and a small work space during the day and an incredible bar, restaurant, and bowling alley in the afternoons/evening. Yes, that’s right a bowling alley is located in the back of the massive interior space.”