1101 Mcgavock St, Nashville, TN | Directions 3720336.155750 -86.786215
Great menu, delicious food, excellent service, beautiful view. – I'll have to come back for happy hour just to hang at the bar and enjoy the view. Excellent service. She had the Hawaiian fish and I had the Duck - both were perfect. They brought a complimentary sample of the Tortilla soup that was also delicious. Dessert was a chocolate and "homemade caramel" thing - excellent. I didn't notice excessive noise but we were there a little early (around 5:30) and it wasn't yet completely full. I had 2 Captain and cokes and she had some fancy drink, a green tea and a coffee. About a hundred bucks and well worth it. Highly recommended and I will be going back.
very good food - really – just too loud. even with the new baffeling. can't hear yourself think. so if you're young and into the bar scene - it's great. but i'm in my 40's and you can't talk to your dining partners...
BUT the menu is inspired and the food WAS SOME OF THE BEST I'VE HAD IN THIS TOWN IN AWHILE...
NYC Chic Restaurant comes to Nashville – We had a large party, we were seated promptly and had reservations for 8:00 on a Saturday night. The food was prepared excellent, and the menu was very unique. The portions were alittle on the skinny side considering the price. I ordered the short rib ($12.00) appetizer and had the grouper both were wonderful just wish there was a larger portion. The drinks were cool and they had infused vodka drinks. Everyone enjoyed their meal the service was excellent even for our large party of 10 people. They had outside pation to have drink and over look the gulch. The decor was very chic, I would definitely go back again and again...
LOUD – My husband and I have seen a lot of ads about this restaurant, and decided to try it out last night. The food was good. I had the grouper, my husband had the shrimp and scallops. We also had the calamari as an appetizer. The restaurant is VERY loud, we could barely talk to each other. Also, it is overpriced. The grouper was very small, with a tiny amount of risotto. 1 hour after we ate there, my husband was still hungry. Finally, I am not sure if it was just our server, or if the other server across from us was just more giving, but the two tables to our right got spoonfuls of what looked like sherbert in between their appetizer and entrees, and then what looked like strawberries after their entree. Maybe they ordered them, but I didn't see that on the menu. Also, our server made no suggestions on what to order, and was not that attentive. I hate to completely rip it apart because the little amount of food we had was good, but we will probably not be going back.
beautiful, well-executed and tasty! – Four of us pickyeaters decided to try Radius 10 for dinner. We reserved a table at the bar but decided after sitting there it was too noisy (better for two to eat at the bar). The hostess very graciously seated us at the last available four top. For appetizers, we ordered the calamari (succulent with a flavorful sauce) and tuna tartare, also wonderful. Then, each person had a salad (well made), and we split our main course. We ordered the flounder, which was perfectly cooked and hot, right out of the pan. Portions are adequate but not too big - quality versus quantity. The wine choice (a pinot grigio) was excellent. However, this is not a $$ restaurant. The food is excellent, but pricey - and worth it!
A hip Gulch eatery serving new American cuisine in a minimalist setting with expansive views. – In Short
Renovations to the 1920s-era 1101 McGavock Building have turned this street-level space into a sleek, open dining area. A custom-made steel radial bar and floor-to-ceiling windows that take in The Gulch, Union Station and downtown surround the tables. Business professionals and local urbanites stopping off on their way home fill the 140 seats as they dine on an eclectic American menu that includes brick oven pizzas, low-country shrimp and scallops, and dry-aged strip steak.
Nashville meets SoHo – By far the best dinning experience if have had in years! from top to bottom from start to finish! the first thing you notice is the ambience it is one of the coolest, sexiest rooms i have ever scene.Next is the service team, from the bartenders to the wait staff, these people are top notch pros with a friendly, attentive,and knowledgable style!Then the masterpeace the FOOD! Chef jason Brumm is a magician in the kitchen from the kobe short ribs to the lamb and let us not forget the skate wing, and when washed down with a great bottle of silver oak cab. everything was ,what can i say perfect!
Food is excellent, noise is painful – We ate at Radius 10 on Saturday evening and brought out of town guests. The food was FABULOUS, the service was FABULOUS, ambiance was FABULOUS. I have to move everything to average because the noise in the restaurant was SO loud that my ears were painful and I had some element of hearing loss when I left. I would love to go back, but probably will not unless they make some sound deadening changes on the inside of the restaurant.
We should be so lucky – We went to Radius 10 last weekend for dinner and loved it. We had been previously for drinks, but the food was a real treat. We attempted to get reservations, but were picky about the time and decided to just try to get a seat at the bar. NO PROBLEM! We had the best view in the house (of the city and of the crowd) and our bartender was very attentive. I will be back and will bring others!
Good pizza and more – We have been there only one time and we were pleased. I ordered the Margarita pizza and it was very good. As good as the best I've had in Europe. The service was attentive and Jason's attention to the food quality and presentation was superb.
The only criticism I can offer is very minor. I had to ask for a glass for my beer, this, I suspect, is temporary. The other is more with information in this website than with the restaurant. The "restaurant info" section implies that prices are more moderate than they really are. I don't mind higher prices if the quality is good, and that was the case here. All in all, I recommend Radius 10 and will return.
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