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Le Sel (Closed)
1922 Adelicia St., Midtown
Brothers Ben and Max Goldberg's Strategic Hospitality group is behind some of the most beloved restaurants in Nashville, including Patterson House (along with The Catbird Seat, upstairs), Bastion, Henrietta Red and Pinewood. Le Sel is their spin on a classic French joint, featuring oysters, a great roast chicken, and moules frites. The decor, on the other hand, is a lot less classic—the space is filled with cool, off-beat art and decorated with quirky feminine touches like pink velvet banquettes and black-and-white striped painted floors.
Hutton Hotel
1808 W. End Ave., Midtown
GP stayed at the Hutton Hotel for three weeks and truly enjoyed the whole experience. It's really well kept and has an eco-friendly bent, which means no bathtubs in order to conserve water, LED lighting, and a hybrid courtesy vehicle when in need. If you’re staying for an extended period and need a night in, the dining room is nice for a bite and a cocktail. There’s also the Analog Music Venue for live performances (check the website for a full schedule).
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