Midtown Cafe Restaurant Review:
Midtown Café has been a Nashville hit for years, even if its high-powered music business clientele may fall in and out of fashion over time. The small space sits tucked inside the hustle and bustle of Midtown, but locals, stars and politicians alike know where to find it for a quiet hideaway and pre-show meal with shuttle service to the theatres and music venues. Old standards such as the lemon...
The less Midtown changes, the better it seems to fare. Luxurious yet sleek decor invites all, yet several higher level tables are favorite haunts for country stars and the folks who produce and market them. Old standards such as the lemon… Read More
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Nashville restaurateur Randy Rayburn has rowdier restaurants than Midtown Café, but this is where the big kids in town get their kicks. City powerbrokers including politicians, athletic stars, and, of course, country-music types, reserve noontime tables in this close-quartered eatery (Midtown was featured in The Wall Street Journal's "Power Tables" column last year). The bi-level dining room...