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SILO guests will enjoy a creative, chef-driven menu with a focus on the bounty of regional farmers and producers.
Nashville, TN 37208
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Saturday Dinner: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm. Sunday Dinner: 5 pm - 9 pm. Sunday Brunch: 10:30 am - 2:00 pm. Social Hour specials from 4 pm - 6 pm on Tuesday - Sunday. Closed on Monday.
$31 to $50
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There is usually ample street parking within a block and two pay lots directly across the street.
Private Party Facilities:
Silo has a private dining room that seats up to 16, and a large table in the dining room that seats up to 14. Call 615.750.2912 for availability. Please email us at info@SiloTN.com for corporate or large-party buyout information.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Silo Ratings and Reviews
Fantastic dinner! So many great restaurants in Nashville,, but this is one we keep coming back to. The two of us split a salad, several small plates and and one entree and we loved everything. Particularly the polenta cake, pork belly, and pork entree were amazing. Desserts were great as well! The service was spot on and our waitress was great at guiding us through the menu.
Not happy with this restaurant at all. It was over priced and the portions were very small and the taste was average. The only good point about this restaurant was our server, Cedar, he was very attentive and we never had to wait for anything. But we will never go back.
The food was disappointing. My pimento grilled cheese was on partially burnt toast and my friend's meat was burnt in her breakfast bowl. The Moscow Mule came in a regular glass instead of a copper mug(which I have never seen before) and was a little too strong. The beignets were good.
It was my first visit and I will be back. The food was prepared well and was delicious. I loved the atmosphere, and the service was good. Menu selection was diverse, enjoyed the appetizer menu, especially the brie with apples, yum. Only complaint, wasn't so hot on the crabmeat and pimento cheese appetizer, it had a bit of burnt/rancid taste to it.
We dined out for Nashville Cares & it was over the moon and back wonderful. Menu additions to starters brought fresh new selections that were creative, delicious and ample. My favorites: chili citrus scallops, baked Brie, risotto & deviled eggs.
Owner, Clay Greenberg, went out of his way to accommodate a friend, who longed for pimento-stuffed olives for his martini. It's that extra service that makes SILO one of my favorite neighborhood restaurants in Germantown.
Food was great. This is our second time. First time was awesome, great waitress who explained the menu and was friendly! This time around with a big group for Easter, the Staff was very unfriendly and overall front of house needs a lot of work. Our waiter was miserable. And hostess was rude on the phone and when we got there. We were embarrassed that we raved about this place to our family then brought them there for such a poor experience. There's too many restaurants in Nashville with good food and great service!
We love Silo - great for Friday/Saturday night drinks and dinner. Love to eat at the bar and chat with friendly locals. Food is amazing - new items on the small plate menu were especially good - seared chile scallops, lemon & ricotta ravioli and the crispy polenta cake!
We were asking for gluten-free options and there were several available. That was good, but the duck breast was overcooked and the blackened catfish on grits featured many different flavors. It was a little confusing. The noise level was extremely high so it was difficult to talk. It was costly for what we ordered, especially without any wine. I would only consider for a special occasion in the future.
Everything was good but the hostess seemed less than enthusiastic to seat us early as we arrived early for our reservation. Many opens tables. We waited 1 hour and 10 minutes. The server worked so hard at trying to take care of us and many other customers while his co-servers sat st a table and ate and drank. This was towards the end when we were needing to go boxes, and our checks. They could see that he needed help but they didn't seem to care. He was good but a bit overloaded while they sat and ate.
Silo has ranked in my top 3 Nashville restaurants the last 2 years, but April 1, 2017 eve not as good before. And it was my birthday...of course I had expectations!
We were delayed 15-20 minutes for our reservation. They sat us in a private room where I thought the lighting was too bright, and we could not be moved b/c the (2) 4-4ops were for a reservation. However much quieter than the MDR area. The waiter took a long time to greet us and I was dying for a glass of water so went to the bar to get it...They were very quick to serve! The food was good, not great that night. I will try them again as they were very busy and could have been short staffed...yeah that's it!
I hadn't been to Silo in over a year, and knew they had a newish chef, so I wasn't sure what to expect. The ambiance is still really cool, and thankfully we were seated in the small room so we could actually talk - I find the main room to be inhospitable to conversation. I started with a grilled broccoli salad that I am sure ever saw a grill. The entree menu was really limited, but there were a lot of appetizers, perhaps they are trying the tapas thing. Food was serviceable , but nothing to rave about. The rice served with the actually tasty pumpkin curry was way overcooked, and if you can't make rice right.... Wine list was interesting and a lot of choice by the glass. Overall, it worked because we were going to a show in Germantown, but I probably won't be back.
We took advantage of the many small plate options and had a wonderful experience. The variety was exceptional. Would have loved to have ordered more off the menu but we were getting full. Excellent service. Excellent wine choices. Easy to get to and even found street parking on a Saturday. We will have to go back to try some of the things we missed.
Had dinner for the first time here last week. I have been wanting to try this place for quite awhile and it was well worth it. My only regret is that I didn't find this hidden gem sooner. I took a client there for dinner and ending up getting 5 appetizers to split up. This was actually too much food as the portion sizes were surprisingly large and over delivered for the price. I'm not complaining, but did not save any room for dessert. The dishes were presented well with creativity. We had the ravioli, lamb, cornbread, shrimp and pork belly and everything was fantastic. The service was top notch! Brittany was friendly and very attentive. I have lived in Nashville for about 2 years now and have been to quite a few restaurants and I wish I would have found this place sooner. I would highly recommend checking this restaurant out.
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