The Votes Are In… Best Of Nashville 2014

This past month, the Nashville Scene released the 25th Annual “Best of Nashville” awards, voted on by readers and ranging in topics from politicians to pet grooming.

The yearly poll is a reflection of our city’s growth and a celebration of Music City’s riches. Whether the winner is the newest hotspot everyone’s buzzing about or an admired mainstay that’s been around for decades, it’s an opportunity for the community to share the tried and true people, places and things around Nashville.

The first section we flipped to, of course, was the prestigious food & drink category. During a time when it seems like the only thing people are talking about are the newest, flashiest restaurants and chefs, we were happy to see many of our Nashville Originals in the mix. Way to rock the vote, Nashville!

Check out our member winners and runners up here:

Best Barbecue, Second Place: Martin’s BBQ

Best Bakery, Second Place: Provence Breads & Café

Best Breakfast, First Place: Noshville

Best Breakfast, Third Place: Fido

Best Caterer, Third Place: Copper Kettle

Best Cocktails, Second Place: Holland House Bar and Refuge

Best Coffee House, Third Place: Fido

Best Delicatessen, Second Place: Noshville

Best Italian Restaurant, First Place: Caffe Nonna

Best Meat and Three, Second Place: Copper Kettle

Best New Restaurant, Second Place: Two Ten Jack

Best Patio, Second Place: Rumours East

Best Pizza, Third Place: Pizza Perfect

Best Restaurant in Williamson County, First Place: Red Pony

Best Restaurant in Williamson County, Second Place: Cork & Cow

Best Restaurant in Williamson County, Third Place: GRAY’S on Main

Best Restaurant With a View, First Place: Germantown Café

Best Restaurant With a View, Third Place: Watermark

Best Ribs, First Place: Martin’s BBQ

Best Sushi Bar/Japanese Restaurant, Second Place: Two Ten Jack

Best Wine Bar, Second Place: Rumours East