These 3 Tennessee Restaurants Serve Authentic Italian Cuisine
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Posted in Tennessee To eat July 15, 2022 by Alex Borelli
When most people think of Tennessee’s iconic food, what probably comes to mind are images of Memphis-style barbecue or Nashville hot chicken. While these are great examples of The Volunteer State’s culinary offerings, Tennessee has so much more to offer than grilled and fried meat. Hidden away in major cities across the state, you’ll find several establishments serving up cuisine so authentically Italian, you’ll swear you were in Rome.
Hot chicken and barbecue restaurants may attract attention in The Volunteer State, but if you look closely, you’ll find there are plenty of other great places to eat in Tennessee, including those where you can sample an excellent authentic Italian meal. Next time you’re in Nashville, Memphis, or Knoxville, be sure to stop by one of the restaurants on this list. Have you been to any of the places we’ve covered here? Tell us about your meal in the comments.
Address: Porta Via Ristorante e Bar, 21 White Bridge Rd #104, Nashville, TN 37205, USA
Address: Ronnie Grisanti’s, 6150 Poplar Ave #122, Memphis, TN 38119, USA
Address: Altruda’s, 125 N Peters Rd, Knoxville, TN 37923, USA
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