Two Nashville Restaurants Make List For Best New Restaurants In U.S.!

Earlier in the week, I told you that three Nashville eateries made Opentable's List of the 50 Best Southern Restaurants, now two others have been named to Bon Appetit's list of the 50 Best New Restaurants! Congrats to Cafe Roze and Folk who were both on the list. I've been to Folk, and I'm pretty sure my wife and I will be spending our next date night at Cafe Roze. Check out the full list below:

Bavel (Los Angeles)

Better Luck Tomorrow (Houston)

Bitter Ends Garden & Luncheonette (Pittsburgh)

Brenner Pass (Richmond, Virginia)

Bywater American Bistro (New Orleans)

Cadence (Philadelphia)

Cafe Roze (Nashville)

Call (Denver)

Carnitas Lonja (San Antonio)

Cervo’s (New York City)

The Charter Oak (St. Helena, California)

Che Fico (San Francisco)

Drifters Wife (Portland, Maine)

Driftwood Oven (Pittsburgh)

Ellē (Washington, D.C.)

Felix (Venice, CA)

Flowers of Vietnam (Detroit)

Folk (Nashville)

Freedman’s (Los Angeles)

Frenchette (New York City)

(Collingswood, New Jersey)

Hello, Sailor (Cornelius, North Carolina)

JuneBaby (Seattle)

Kado no Mise (Minneapolis)

Kamonegi (Seattle)

The Lakewood (Durham, North Carolina)

The Line - A Rake’s Progress, Brothers and Sisters, and Spoken English (Washington, D.C.)

Majordōmo (Los Angeles)

Marisol (Chicago)

Maydan (Washington, D.C.)

MTN (Venice, California)

Nimblefish (Portland, Oregon)

Nonesuch (Oklahoma City)

Nyum Bai (Oakland, California)

Palmar (Miami)

Pammy’s (Cambridge, Massachusetts)

Proud Mary (Portland, Oregon)

Robin (San Francisco)

Rose Foods (Portland, Maine)

RT Rotisserie (San Francisco)

Sorrel (San Francisco)

Sour Duck Market (Austin)

Suerte (Austin)

Suraya (Philadelphia)

Talat Market (Atlanta)

Tempesta Market (Chicago)

Ugly Baby (Brooklyn)

Vespertine (Culver City, California)

Wa’z (Seattle)

Yume Ga Arukara (Cambridge, Massachusetts)

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