Restaurants offer diners both a delicious reprieve from the kitchen and a secure environment that makes it virtually impossible for the dish to run away with the spoon. Keep your eating implements obedient with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of classic American fare and drinks at 417 Union, located one block from The Tennessee Performing Arts Center.
Formerly the historic Satsuma Tea Room, 417 Union elicits old style charm with classic cuisine such as fish and chips, meat loaf, and fried chicken. Breakfast feasters can start small with a modestly priced pancake platter ($6.29 for pancakes only) or indulge in the filling prime rib hash ($12.59). Breakfast is offered all day every day. For lunch, the red rooster sandwich ($8.99) will rouse late-risers with a bunful of boneless fried chicken tossed with buffalo sauce and topped with bleu cheese crumbles. Meatless meal-eaters can hang a fang on the veggie Reuben ($8.99), which cuts out the beef and replaces it with grilled portabella and veggies on reliable rye. The dinner crowd can body surf up to the bar on a wave of gumbo ($4.29/cup, $5.79/bowl) or lay low on land with the honey and rosemary pork chops ($10.49).
417 Union features an upstairs art gallery that showcases seasonal showings of the works of local artists. The current fall photography show samples snapshots from Kat Ryals, Joshua Black Wilkins, Tim Hiber, Jonathan Bagby, and Sara Lutenbacher Webne.
- Pierce’s Omelette 417 was a tightly packed mix of eggs, herbs, mushrooms, and bacon. The plate was simply bursting with fresh aroma from the seemingly just-picked vegetables, as well as the seasoned potatoes. The attention to detail certainly paid off with this dish. – Belt Buckle Brunch
417 Union St
Nashville, Tennessee 37219Get Directions