As the city’s culinary scene matures, Nashville Italian restaurants are quickly becoming a unique intersection of Old-World tradition and modern experimentation. For almost two decades, Antonios’ of Nashville has been serving authentic northern Italian food in a throwback atmosphere, where tuxedoed waiters place plates of fresh pasta on pristine white tablecloths. Moto, another one of the best restaurants in Nashville, puts a contemporary spin on its rustic Italian roots, offering up unexpected dishes such as blueberry lasagna and octopus confit alongside more traditional pizza and pasta like spinach fettuccine and orrechiette carbonara.

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