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
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Silo Ratings and Reviews
They have a seasonal menu, so maybe we j ...
They have a seasonal menu, so maybe we just hit it at the wrong time. The food was good, but not great. Service was pleasant, but our waiter did go missing twice for long periods of time. We had drinks, appetizers, main course, thirds and dessert, so we should have been getting plenty of attention.
Our second time here. Sat on the patio o ...
Our second time here. Sat on the patio on a beautiful night. The service was excellent and the experience was really pleasant. Food was good, the cocktails were very good. My wife loved the Paloma; the Cannonball and Manhattan were great, too.
I am a native of Nashville and love to e ...
I am a native of Nashville and love to entertain my travelling colleagues introducing them to all the a variety of cuisine in the city. I often frequent downtown, Germantown, Gultch aea restaurants. At Silo, we ordered a variety of entrees based on the servers suggestions of her more favorites. Nothing we choose was to our liking. The port belly was overpowered with seasoning and a hint of sweetness. The greens were a bit withered from the hot grease. of port belly. The quail had little to no seasoning. I will not speak on behalf of my colleagues regarding their meal but they both suggested we not return. I made the reservation for 6:30. One of my colleagues arrived early in time for happy hour but was charged for a full price drink. This was the first unfavorable experience in the German Town area. I wish the venue "ONLY" the best. Thanks for allowing me to provide feedback.
great food! make sure you try the signat ...
great food! make sure you try the signature deviled eggs and the mac n cheese, but it was all good. Oh, and the fried brie app is big enough for 4 people. Imagine a big slice of cheesecake and there you have the size.
I liked this restaurant in the past, but ...
I liked this restaurant in the past, but this time was awful, so we will not be going back. I got food poisoning from the sausage dish, and the service was terrible. My dad's wine had a ton of sedimentation in the bottom of the glass, and when he told the waiter, instead of bringing him a new glass, the waiter "strained" the wine leaving about 50% of the sedimentation behind.
I enjoyed my trip to SILO. Service was g ...
I enjoyed my trip to SILO. Service was great and the menu was very appetizing. They were very accommodating to us even though we had to push our reservation back.
I ordered the scallops and grits and loved my meal. The rest of my family ordered the brisket but it looked and tasted more like pot roast. They were a little disappointed. We loved our craft cocktails and the deviled egg app was tasty and different than the typical deviled egg.
I was a little disappointed when I asked if they offered a birthday dessert (it was daughter's bday), but she said they were willing to put a candle in any of the desserts....meaning it was not complimentary.
I love this spot. Waitstaff is casual, ...
I love this spot. Waitstaff is casual, engaged, and helpful. Plenty of offerings for a wide range of tastes. You get what you pay for so I won't complain about the prices. Silo is a great balance of eclectic food, energetic atmosphere, helpful staff, and just has some character.
Food and service very good. However, the ...
Food and service very good. However, they no longer have valet parking. Couldn't find on street parking in time for reservation. Three of us were meeting after work, so it cost us $24 total. Too much when there are other places with free valet. I won't be back.
We ate early, bar was active and were se ...
We ate early, bar was active and were seated well away in a quiet corner. Food was very good and service was excellent. Will return. Only issue was no valet service in aa crowded neighborhood so had to park in the pay lot across the street and only option was parking until midnight.
Every time we travel to Nashville we hav ...
Every time we travel to Nashville we have to eat at least once (sometimes often) at Silo. The menu is exceptional and the service excellent. Great place for couples dinner or large group. Nashville has evolved to quite the foodie experience, and Silo is at top of the list.
The food was great, our waiter was very ...
The food was great, our waiter was very friendly and easy to talk about the menu.
The fried green tomatoes were so yummy, a bit spicy but not too much- a good starter.
Wine selection was good...
Enjoyed our time there and did not feel rushed
Had an early Sunday dinner. Prosecco and ...
Had an early Sunday dinner. Prosecco and sparkling rose, followed by French whites. The 3 devilled eggs were good: sausage, BLT and ham. The red cabbage and brussell sprout salad was huge and tasty: enough for 6. The entrees, while OK (smoked chicken and pork loin) really could have been presented in a much more appetizing fashion, particularly considering the price. Bottom line: OK dinner, but not great.
I've been to brunch twice so far...we we ...
I've been to brunch twice so far...we went back for the Dutch Baby Pancake which is fantastic! They also have a great idea of pick 4 sides for $16 bucks.....the only downside was our home fries and bacon were both cold and had to be sent back. But they made it right....over all mild hitch but nothing to deter my return.
Took my wife for anniversary. Beautiful ...
Took my wife for anniversary. Beautiful room but staff was wearing jeans and tennis shoes. Guy who brought out food was scraggly. Customers wearing shorts, tank tops and tennis shoes. Prices don't jibe with atmosphere. Food was good not great, with the exception of dessert and wine. Service was pretty good.
We have been going to Silo for date nigh ...
We have been going to Silo for date nights and special occasions since they opened. Over the past few months they have been reducing portion sizes while increasing their prices. Also, the quality of the food has been going downhill. At first my wife and I would enthusiastically encourage people to go here. Now I feel like we are done with Silo. There are too many good dining options in Nashville to pay $50 a head for a disappointing meal.
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.
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