Reviews on American food in Goodlettsville, Tennessee, United States. Goodlettsville is a city in Davidson and Sumner counties, Tennessee. Goodlettsville was incorporated as a city in 1958 with a population of just over 3,000 residents; at the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 15,921 and in 2015 the population was 16,994. Goodlettsville chose to remain autonomous in 1963 when the city of Nashville merged with the government of Davidson County.
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We stopped in here for lunch with a large group. They were very accommodating and quick. The price was perfect. Highly recommend for families and smaller groups who like to keep it local!!
4 based on 10 reviews
The Long Hollow Jamboree is a bit outside of town, but worth the drive for some "good ole home cooking". The dining area is set up with multiple long cafeteria type tables, with booths on the edges. They have a small but plentiful buffet staffed by lovely ladies who will "fix you a plate". The food was very very good and inexpensive- for two large dinners and two drinks, it was only $15. We were a little nervous as we pulled into the parking lot, but it was well worth the visit! We would have loved to be there on a busy night with a band playing.
4 based on 84 reviews
We were pleasantly surprised at the service at this restaurant. We were greeted and seated quickly on a busy Friday night. The waiter, Ryan, was very helpful and friendly and attended to our requests happily. He made several visits to our table during our stay and made sure we didn't run out of drinks and that all was well with our food. The prime rib was done well and was well worth the visit. The appetizer of fried mushrooms were a surprise as they were large mushrooms and were battered and not greasy. The hamburger that was served was very large and enough to feed two people. It was also very well prepared. I'd recommend this establishment for a great meal at a decent price any day of the week.
3 based on 30 reviews
Make your way to Buck's Barbeque for some delicious barbeque entrees and yummy appetizers. We also offer sandwiches, wraps, sweet desserts, and more! Buck's Barbeque is a locally owned, family business with locations in Gallatin and Goodlettsville, TN. St
Ate here because I didn't want to eat at any chain restaurant. Got the BBQ plate with mac and cheese and green beans with corn bread. The food was pretty good. I was worried when I pulled up cause nobody was there. I got my order and went back to my place to eat. Pleasantly surprised. BBQ was moist and the green beans were tasty. Of course you can't mess up Mac and cheese. Nice meal.
Friendly service. Just another Waffle House but I am addicted to them when I am in the south. Need better coffee though.
3 based on 72 reviews
Our menu is filled with classic American dishes like steak, salmon, burgers, sandwiches and salads, as well as other traditional favorites like slow-roasted prime rib and our famous chicken tenders, all at a great value.
Friday night. Hungry family. We decided to try O'Charley's.Seating was immediately available and our server was very much on top of everything.My wife ordered the French Dip...me...the Seafood Combo Platter.The French dip was average. Nothing to note good or bad. But the Seafood Platter was less than acceptable.The shrimp was Excellent. It tasted like it had been hand-dipped in a fried chicken batter with just the right seasoning. I loved it. The 2 pieces of battered cod? Meh. But the stuffed crab? Awful. There were 3 shells, filled with stuffed crab. While the taste was okay...every bite contained pieces of shell. It was like chewing sea shells. I had to spit out most of it.Will we return? Not sure. But if we do...we'll try different meals.
4 based on 173 reviews
We love the lemon pepper trout. Cracker Barrel consistantly serves excellent trout from Idaho, and this one includes both lemon and tartar sauce.I don't know why the chef served our fish hanging off of our plates, but it tasted good. The service was excellent and the kitchen was fast so we were back on the road lickety split.
4 based on 83 reviews
Nothing better than finding out family run restaurants. A really nice breakfast, very friendly staff, really good pricing and Liz came over to say hello. Most enjoyable, will go back for lunch.
4 based on 381 reviews
With the passion of bringing a casual, chef-inspired, dining experience to Middle Tennessee, Chefâs Market was opened by our heralded owners, Jim and Cheryl Hagy. Shortly after customers began experiencing our amazing restaurant food, they requested our f
We enjoyed our visit to Chef's market. They have a large selection of offerings from soup, salad and lots of entrees and sides. We were in the mood for burgers and they had those too, as well as sandwiches. Our burgers were cooked as ordered with nice hot fries. Lots of seating in 2 dining rooms, also nice. They have a dessert case toward the front of the place with wonderful cakes, lots of choices there as well. We took home a large piece of what they called Elvis cake. Enough for 2, chocolate cake with chocolate icing. We would return if we are back in the area. Staff were very helpful and courteous.
4 based on 1597 reviews
Dive into food and fun at the Aquarium Restaurant, located in the Opry Mills Mall! Your underwater adventure begins as you are seated around a 200,000-gallon aquarium tank, home to a wide variety of fish, sharks, stingrays and more! Make a splash with del
My wife and I were here for dinner before an Opry show, the aquarium was beautiful, thatâs where it stopped. We got fried calamari, no flavor, I got broiled captains platter and my wife grilled shrimp, nothing had flavor, everything overcooked and rubbery. The stuffed crab was just wet mush along with the stuffed shrimp with no actual seafood in stuffing. I loved seafood, I couldnât eat it, I rarely complain, but actually made me lose my appetite and feel sick.
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