In a legendary American city, where food and music both make a huge impression, it takes something really special to stand alone as a Nashville destination. Our brand new Omni Nashville Hotel has claimed its space in the Nashville culinary arena with the opening of Kitchen Notes, Bob’s Steak & Chop House, Barlines and our very own location of local coffee sensation, Bongo Java.
Nashville is currently one of America’s most exciting American culinary capitals and Kitchen Notes, the hotel’s breakfast, lunch and dinner restaurant, is sure to become a favorite for locals and visitors alike. Contemporary and comfortable with planked wood floors and ceilings, exposed brick walls, cushioned captain’s chairs, sumptuous banquettes, both wood and marble table tops and stunning, ambient lighting, the look and feel of Kitchen Notes promises a wonderful meal to come. Decorative plates and mirrors adorn the walls, yet nothing feels forced. This is a room that is perfect for morning coffee and Apple Betty Pancake, an afternoon Blackened Shrimp Po’Boy or an evening of Shrimp and Grits.
Executive Chef David Harker and his talented Chef de Cuisine, Peter McCall, have created irresistible breakfast, lunch and dinner menus featuring a contemporary spin on Nashville’s famous regional cuisine all made from the freshest, local ingredients. Antebellum White Grits, Whisper Creek Cream, Benton’s Bacon, Sunburst Farms Smoked Trout, Tennessee Honey, Willow Egg Farms and Hatcher Family Dairy are just a few of the local vendors that make the food at Kitchen Notes so honestly special. A Biscuit Bar within Kitchen Notes offers guests a delectable selection of homemade biscuits with various sweet and savory toppings.
Breakfast at Kitchen Notes features Omni’s world-famous Art of Breakfast Buffet, with additional à la carte choices that include White Lily Biscuits & Gravy, Fried Egg & Pork Sandwich and House-smoked Brisket Hash and Egg. Lunch beckons with heavenly choices like Just Fried Green Tomatoes, Beans & Greens, Music City Trout Niçoise, Grilled Pimiento Cheese Sandwich and Carolina Gold Rich & Smoked Vegetables. At dinner, indulge in Pickled Shrimp, Deviled Eggs, Mac and Cheese, Salty Charred Okra, Joyce Farms Chicken Pot Pie, Carolina Mountain Trout, Bucket of Chicken, and Cracklin’ Pork Shank.
Satisfy your sweet tooth at Sweet Southern Endings created by the hotel’s Pastry Chef, Andrew Manchester. Do not miss Maple Chess Pie, Banana Pudding, Chocolate pecan Sugar Bar, Sweet Fruit Shortcake and House Made Daily Pie.
A thoughtful selection of domestic and imported beer and wine, including local craft beers and regional wines, complement the Kitchen Notes lunch and dinner menus.
Bob’s Steak & Chop House
Looking for a traditional steak dinner? Omni Nashville Hotel has just the thing: Bob’s Steak & Chop House. Dark wood, plush, intimate booths, a perfectly stocked wine wall and an exceptional bar make Bob’s the ideal choice for a leisurely drink or a flawlessly cooked steak. Offering the finest, classic steakhouse fare in a modern elegant setting, Bob’s is all class all the time.
Barlines, the hotel’s destination bar, is THE place to imbibe in all matter of hard beverages from perfectly mixed cocktails (Lincoln County Maple Smash, Bourbon Belle Old Fashioned and Tennessee Egg Cream, to name a few), to an in depth selection of the finest Tennessee whiskeys including George Dickel, Corsair Triple Smoke Malt Whiskey, and Popcorn Sutton Tennessee White Whiskey. A handpicked selection of domestic and imported bottled and draft beer and wines by the glass complement an irresistible Barlines menu featuring snacks, salads, stone- fired flats and sandwiches. This menu is perfectly designed for all matter of eating and drinking. Grand Ole Hot Wings, Southern Fried Pickles and Sweetwater Valley Pimiento & Artichoke Dip are mouth-wateringly good! Dig your fork into a Gulf Shrimp Louie or a Hog Alley Crisp with crispy pork belly and tobacco slaw. Featured sandwiches, served with bbq chips and tobacco slaw include Smoked Pulled Pork, Baked Tennessee Ham & Cheese with a fried egg Grilled Hot Fish and Meatloaf. Serious eats at a serious bar.
On the softer side, but no less powerful, is Bongo Java, a favorite Nashville coffee house founded in 1993. With its fourth Nashville store located inside the hotel, it’s sure to be a local hotspot. 100 percent of their coffee is organic, bought directly from small-scale producers. They hire a professional staff that is focused on customer service and include SCAA (Specialty Coffee Association of America) and BGA (Barista Guild of America) trained baristas and barista trainers.
Omni Nashville Hotel is a treasure trove of eating and drinking possibilities. Lucky guests can satisfy all of their culinary cravings with incredible breakfast, lunch and dinner options. From the most delicious cup of Joe in the A.M. with a just-made hot biscuit to a classy cocktail or a straight shot of Tennessee whiskey with a killer burger or sandwich at the end of the night, Omni Nashville Hotel serves it up with quality, class and style.
|Edited by Jay Cooney, Omni Hotels & Resorts.
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