SILO guests will enjoy a creative, chef-driven menu with a focus on the bounty of regional farmers and producers.
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 an a large table in the dining room that seats up to 14. Parties up to 50 can do a half buy out, larger parties can buy out the entire restaurant. Parties larger than 12 should call 615.750.2912. Please be aware there is a $50 minimum per person for parties larger than 7.
Private Party Contact:
Paul at paul@SiloTN.com: x
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Silo Ratings and Reviews
We did enjoy our dinner at Silo but the ...
We did enjoy our dinner at Silo but the table beside us was getting tipsy and very loud which I understand is not the restaurant's fault. We could probably have asked to move so it's not a big deal. The food was good, and service was very good, but the time between courses was half an hour which is just too long in my opinion.
TWO dishes helped them get as high of a ...
TWO dishes helped them get as high of a rating as I have given them- and they were outstanding- the pork belly appetizer and the pork tenderloin were simply 5 star dishes...everything else was just OK and therefore the lower score. ALSO- IF YOU ARE GOING TO NOT GIVE YOUR DINERS SALT AND PEPPER ON THE TABLE- PLEASE PROPERLY SEASON THE FOOD!!!! MAC AND CHEESE WAS SO UNDER-SEASONED IT WAS CRIMINAL
The cabbage and brussel salad was good, ...
The cabbage and brussel salad was good, cheese trio was tasty although ran out of crackers to use; friends got the seafood bouillabaisse - one said it was very tasty, the other said it did not have enough flavor, but the seafood pieces were good size.
This was my first time here but it defin ...
This was my first time here but it definitely won't be my last. For our brunch we had the crawfish tail eggs benedict, and the skillet, which had pulled pork, fried potatoes, eggs, gravy, and we also had a side link of the house made sausage, all of which we shared. YUM! Everything was terrific, as were the cocktails. Nashville has so many great choices I don't expect this to be a weekly choice, but I will happily include it in the rotation.
First time visit, good experience but th ...
First time visit, good experience but the food was not exceptional (just okay). Given Silo's marketing as a farm to table (fork) restaurant... our expectations where high, and not met. Also, the July 2 summer menu seemed to have offerings that were more suited for winter months.
Just my/our honest observation/opinions.
We went for a quick tasty dinner. It was ...
We went for a quick tasty dinner. It wasn't the worst, but certainly wasn't worth the price. I ordered a drink and it was awful enough I had to send back. Then our server misheard my order for the salad with brussels sprouts for the side dish of brussels sprouts- I felt too bad to send it back and correct the order. So we kept the 11$ side as my entree- My husbands pork was delish but way undercooked. He just endured it as well- pretty disappointing in all.
Silo lived up to its reputation. Great a ...
Silo lived up to its reputation. Great ambiance, not too noisy.
The deviled eggs were the best I have ever eaten.
The service was excellent. Jeff our server was very attentive and made suggestions that turned out to be great.
Will return for sure
The food and service at Silo was superb! ...
The food and service at Silo was superb! The food was prepared with style and creativity and provided a wonderful blend of flavors. Our only negative about Silo is the noise level. This problem can be alleviated in large measure if you get a table in the small side room (which we were able to do) We shall definitely return.
We had our first dining experience at Si ...
We had our first dining experience at Silo and were very impressed. You know you are in good hands when you learn that the chef does 3 different varieties of deviled eggs every day. On our visit, the chef made crab, tapenade, and a super delicious fennel/apple eggs. YUM. We also enjoyed the cheese plate and the brisket. The brisket was cooked perfectly. The only downside was that there weren't any options for kids, so we had to pay $16 for a hamburger. On the whole, great restaurant, and we can't wait to go back.
Servers were attentive without being obt ...
Servers were attentive without being obtrusive. Ambience was fantastic for a large group of friends get-together. A plus for Silo is that they let you reserve for a large party on Opentable.
The cuisine is nouveau Southern and the food was excellent all-around. Since it's farm-to-table the menu is apt to vary quite a bit, but the cheese trio had a really nice selection of local cheeses. The vegetable sides were really well done. The entrees (second courses) were also excellent.
I would like to see a hard cider added to the drinks menu. This restaurant is recommended; we'll be going back.
Great dinner and excellent service! Ou ...
Great dinner and excellent service! Our waitress, Amanda, was superb. She paid attention to detail, was on top of keeping drinks refilled and bringing food to the table in a timely fashion. She answered our questions about the meal with a thorough knowledge. Ambiance was perfect. Everyone's meal was delicious. Thank you Silo!
Had a dinner date at Silo on a Saturday ...
Had a dinner date at Silo on a Saturday night. The restaurant is open, so it can get noisy. Our waiter was very knowledgeable of the restaurant’s food and wine choices, which is always appreciated. The food and wine were just as described, quite delicious!
Silo 1st time diner
Menu and prices are what appealed to us to try Silo for a celebratory meal.
We ere able to sit and dine outside - a real plus.
For the first course - we shared
Mussels, charred tomato chow-chow, roasted garlic, bacon, bread
Very very tasty!!! Would recommend to anyone that is a mussels fan.
For main course
NC brook trout, heirloom zucchini & quinoa salad, tahini yogurt, mint verde
Zucchini & quinoa salad was outstanding ( we're trying to duplicate with our own twist)
Brook Trout - was - meh- not bad but not great.
Wine list was good - but WAY overpriced
We were there on a Wednesday PM - not very crowded- so were disappointed in the service
Go Back? not likely - too many other choices that are better at food prep and presentation
Getting better all the time...
Took a group of nine here for dinner; first off, great barman and selection of options including a revolving beer selection. The food here seems to get better all the time - the devilled eggs are a great starter. I had a piece of trout for main that was really outstanding, and the sides - brussels sprouts, a very cheesy mac-and-cheese and greens were all top-notch. Others had a slow-cooked pork that looked fabulous and got rave reviews.
In some ways the menu reflects the seemingly ubiquitous 'new take on Southern cooking', but Silo stands out as consistently delivering the goods. It would be nice for them to expand the wine list somewhat - a place like this should be able to offer a more extensive range.
It was ok
Maybe its the NY in me; I expect restaurants to have more flavor in their food, and have a little better service. It was "ok"; nothing great, but the ambiance is nice and it has the potential to be a strong player. If we lived in Nashville, I'd try it again. Food plating/presentation was good.
Really loved Silo. The ambiance was awesome. Trendy restaurant nestled in Germantown. The food was great, but I wasn't blown away. You got good portion sizes though. The drinks from the bar were excellent. Would love to come back next time I'm in town.
Not a great first experience
The server was apparently very busy. It took over 10 minutes to get our cocktails - the ice had already started to water down the drinks. Server said no specials - just like the menu stated. Wilted endive salad was very bitter - no taste to salad dressing. The bouillabaisse was served hot but needed some seasoning. It was very bland - and not very much seafood included. Others had trout - it was good but a little bland. Served whole with head and back spine removed.We tried peach pie for dessert - it had a slightly sweet taste but could have been a side dish. The buttermilk ice cream was interesting but not sweet either. We noticed several people ordered hot chicken - looked really good. When questioned, the server said it was on the bar menu but you could order it at the table. Why didn't she tell us about it - or even about the bar menu since we told her it was our first time. We enjoyed the evening but won't rush back.
ok, but hard to stand out in nashville
went here for our anniversary. Lots of options in Nashville and it is hard to sand out. Unfortunately our service was mediocre, the food was ok, but for high end pricing you have to step up your game. The whiskey list is great though so i'd go back for drinks for sure.
The atmosphere was cool; a good conversa ...
The atmosphere was cool; a good conversational hum rather than lots of wooing and yaying!
The cocktails were excellent.
The food was okay but nobody thought their meal was extra special (there were seven of us so we tried a lot of different things), and given it was reasonably expensive I would have hoped for something a bit more exciting.
Compare with Butchertown Hall and Germantown Cafe and it will come in third.
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