Margot Cafe & Bar
Built in the 1930’s as Fluty’s Service Station Chef Margot McCormack has turned this into one of Nashville's “Best of” places to eat for the past 6 years in a row. Located in the historic “Five Points” area it is fine dinning but has a casual neighborhood feel. The menu is steered toward the Provence and Tuscany region cuisine and changes daily with six appetizers, six entrees, and five desserts. Has had write ups in the NY Times, London Telegraph, and Southern Living. With the seating maxing out at 80, I would recommend reservations during peak times and they are closed on Mondays, awesome meal.

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