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Americana Taphouse

Americana Taphouse offers traditional food with a robust selection of craft beer in a fun, relaxed, family environment that will appeal to any generation. The menu features Southern takes on American classics like burgers, sandwiches, tacos and creative entrées thoughtfully curated to pair with the 24 beers on tap.

Burger Dandy

Burger Dandy opened in 2021 as a virtual kitchen that only offered delivery and pickup. After hearing multiple requests from our customers, we decided to give our fans what they wanted, a sit-down burger joint. Now, in addition to delivery and pickup, you can dine-in at our spot at 1st & Main in Historic Downtown Franklin. Our menu was crafted to be simple, yet nostalgic. Since the beginning our smash burgers, crinkle-cut fries and old-fashioned milkshakes were a hit with the community. With our expanded space comes an expanded menu. New classics have been added; all-beef hotdogs, a signature fried chicken sandwich, fried pies, spiked shakes, an expanded beer and wine selection, and more.

Deacon's New South

Located in the historic Life & Casualty Tower in downtown Nashville, Deacon’s New South is a modern, Southern steakhouse with a focus on dry-aged steaks, elevated seafood dishes, locally sourced sides and a robust, sommelier-led beverage program.

The restaurant features a prominent dry-aging room and an exposed kitchen setting, as well as two bars, an eclectic lounge and a private dining area that can be reserved for both small and large parties. Its sleek, industrial design with brass and copper details and bold architectural patterns harken back to the building’s art-deco influences from when it was first built in the 1950s.

The menu is built on authentic Southern favorites with global inspiration, sourcing its proteins and produce from local farms whenever possible. The restaurant also incorporates farm greens, herbs and other produce from its sister concept, Homestead Manor in Thompson’s Station, which boasts its own onsite organic farm and gardens.


Chef Deb Paquette brings a smaller, more intimate version of sister restaurant Etch to Green Hills; etc. (pronounced et cetera) opened its doors on August 15th, 2016. Contrary to sister restaurant Etch’s minimalist design, etc. provides a swankier vibe in the bright 2400 square-foot space. The 68-seat venue with 12-seat bar is located in the Atlas Building at 3790 Bedford Ave. etc. serves Paquette’s globally-driven dishes for lunch Monday – Friday, dinner Monday – Saturday and brunch on Sundays. A mid-day menu is served Monday – Friday from 2-4pm and Happy Hour is available Monday – Saturday from 4-6:30pm at the bar.

Tucked behind the Mall at Green Hills, etc.’s interior features simply adorned tables, comfortable banquette seating, a large wine and cocktail bar and plenty of open-air seating. Funky light fixtures, striking electric blue, copper and glass accents, and warm woods fill out the intimate space. The design of the restaurant was led by Katie Vance of Powell Architecture + Building Studio and include custom design elements by Redrocks Tileworks, Holler Design and Hygge & West.
The menus at etc. incorporate all of Deb’s favorite spices, produce and global recipes. A succinct wine and cocktail menu includes wines from around the world, select craft beer and a handful of culinary-minded cocktails.

Deb and Pastry Chef Megan Williams helm the kitchen alongside General Manager Carol Johnson, Assistant General Manager Bethany Davis and Manager Andy Perry.

Mama Yang & Daughter

Mama Yang is one of the most dedicated mothers to her children and family. Throughout her whole life, she ran her family kitchen, took care of her in-laws, and mothered her three children. As the years went on, Mama Yang expanded her cooking skills and mastered several family recipes. Whenever her children come home to visit, she makes sure that her kids are not just well-fed: she sends them off with days (if not weeks!) worth of food. And dumplings have always been the family's #1 choice.

Dumplings and other delicious authentic Taiwanese foods are Mama Yang’s way of showing love to her children. We hope you enjoy Mama's love as much as her children do!

Midtown Cafe

Nestled just off West-End, next to Music Row between Vanderbilt and Downtown, Midtown Café offers affordable casual fine dining at its best. The intimate ambiance offers the perfect setting for a business lunch or romantic dinner. The menu for this locally owned, 25 year standard, features prime steaks, sustainable seafood, locally grown produce, more than 40 wines by the glass, over 150 by the bottle and some of Nashville’s finest cocktails. Award-winning chef Brian Uhl creates 3 & 5 course tasting menus and signature standards.

Music City Center

Music City Center's Executive Chef Max Knoepfel is a maestro, orchestrating dinners for thousands. With a resume that includes The Pentagon, the Washington, DC, Convention Center and the International Monetary Fund, Swiss-born and trained Chef Max stands at the helm of MCC's REAL (Responsible Epicurean Agricultural Leadership) Verified kitchen, the first convention center kitchen in the nation with the U.S. Healthful Food Council's prestigious stamp of sustainability. Under his leadership, MCC purchases 90% of its produce from a network of local and regional farms while maintaining the capacity to serve more than 20,000 meals daily.

Scout's Pub

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In 2016, AMH started a new restaurant concept in the Westhaven community of Franklin, TN that got it's name from the Marshall family dog, Scout. This modern pub is designed to fit the community feel of Westhaven and offers a neighborly vibe. Along with a selection of regional brews, Scout's features hand crafted cocktails and a decidedly Southern take on traditional pub fare with a modern twist.

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