About 404 Kitchen
We are in the process of moving across the street to our new location
507 12th Avenue South. Please call 615-251-1404 with any questions.
Nashville, TN 37203
American, Contemporary Southern
Hours of Operation:
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is available throughout the Gulch at street meters as well as pay lots.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The 404 Kitchen, located in Nashville’s popular Gulch neighborhood, offers a full service event team that will help you design every detail for your private event. From corporate events to rehearsal dinners and everything in between, The 404 Kitchen will make every moment of your event extraordinary
404 Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
Overall a wonderful experience with a couple of disappointments--we were hoping for some Japanese whiskey which we could see up on the top shelf, but were told it wasn't available. ??? Also, while the appetizers were amazing, the entries were, by and large, not mind blowing. I guess our expectations were too high. Our table also wasn't ready and we were staying at the hotel, so we were told we could wait in our lobby and someone would come and take our drink order there. No one ever showed up...
My second visit and it was as good as the first time. This is a tiny venue where attention is made to every detail, but not in a previous way. This is a very cool vibe, relaxed but attentive service. Fresh, well seasoned food not hidden under heavy sauces or ingredients. Clean and inventive menu. Extensive whiskey bar selections. Nice evening, highly recommend.
Amazing experience. Was there to drink some whiskey and eat some good food. We sat at the bar and Chef Matt Bolus pulled down some bottle that we had to try. The experience only got better once the food came out. All around great experience. The entire staff including the bartender were great. Highly recommended!!
This was our first visit. The whiskey bar is visually impressive. The food was very good but slow to emerge from the kitchen. We were a bit taken aback by the prices (i.e. $38 for fish of the day vs. less for tri-tip steak). Cocktails are pricey; whiskey is even more. We just didn't feel that the value/cost ratio was a favorable one. This in addition to our usual experiences in Nashville of noise levels preventing normal conversation over dinner and poor lighting so that one is unable to really see the food.
404 was at one time my favorite restaurant in Nashville, maybe not anymore. The food was very good and the server was obviously (maybe painfully) familiar with the menu and preparation. Unfortunately, 404 seems to be going the way of many new restaurants into what i term "food/dining/chef snobbery". It used to be just a comfortable, tiny, FRIENDLY, easy-going neighborhood restaurant with amazing food. Now falls into the pretentious category with prices to match, but without the really outstanding food. Maybe this experience is what today's diners want, but not my cup of tea.
Have eaten here before and enjoyed the food and service. This last occasion was disappointing in comparison - the service was very spotty, began on a good note but then left clearly finished plates on the table for close to half an hour. The food also was disappointing in comparison to previous times. I had the chicken and it was a very small leg and thigh on a bed of lettuce - not bad but not something I would come back for.
404 was recommended by a friend and it would do the same in a heartbeat! It was enjoyable , delicious and quaint. The staff was very knowledgable about the wonderful whiskey inventory. I highly recommend the scallop toast! We enjoyed the guests at the table beside us who had been there the night before and wanted to come back.
We loved 404! Every single dish we ordered was delicious (green salad, root veggies, cornbread, pork bolognese, Glendale farms chicken, chocolate cake). Our server was super knowledgeable and a cool dude. The only issue I had was we were seated next to the server’s station and the A/C was on really high, so it didn’t feel as romantic as it could’ve been...but a different table would have made this a perfect night.
Cannot say enough positive things about this place. The food was stellar, the service fabulous (great conversation with the bartender) we ate dinner at the bar. The Bourbon/Whiskey list is out of this world - if you can't find one you like then you don't like Bourbon. The atmosphere is fantastic, cozy, sophisticated and not pretentious!! Make sure to visit - you will not be disappointed
We dined for my husbands birthday dinner. The food was good but the desert was terrible we had the chocolate cake which tasted like it came out of a box at the grocery store. What made the entire experience worse was the terrible service. They had 2 service people serving the entire restaurant full of people and they were rerunning back and forth like wild chickens. The hostess had to step in to help and she took our desert order. Also I asked them in the beginning of the night to put a candle for my husband and they forgot when they brought the cake and had to bring the candle in separately. We were very disappointed with the overall experience and would not dine here again. Completely not worth the money!
This is one of our very favorite spots in Nashville. I look forward to the move across the street. It is difficult to get in for reservations and street noise can be intense at times. We had an ambulance across the street (which cannot be helped) and this time we had the police arresting a shoplifter from across the street. (again, can't be helped)
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