Nashville, TN 37208
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, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Silo Ratings and Reviews
My husband and I celebrated our Four yea ...
My husband and I celebrated our Four year anniversary at Silo. We both left full, satisfied and saying this was one of the best meals we've ever had. Our server was excellent, friendly and quick. We will be back to Silo!
My husband and I love Silo. It's our go- ...
My husband and I love Silo. It's our go-to spot for dinner. Our babysitter contacted us this week and said she was available to babysit Sunday night so I came straight to Open Table for a Silo reservation. Love the décor, the food, and the gluten free options (just ask your server). I actually just ate leftovers today for lunch and still so amazing. I highly recommend!
The flavors and taste of the food were e ...
The flavors and taste of the food were excellent. The drinks the bar mixes up are also stunning. Two issues we encountered:
Our main courses were only lukewarm. The plates felt really cold so I wonder if the kitchen forgot to preheat them. Shame, because they tasted very good
Parking - the restaurant doesn't offer any parking options and the pay lot across the street charged us $30 (!). A complementary parking option for a restaurant like this should be a given.
The food was just okay. I think more tim ...
The food was just okay. I think more time was spent on the appearance of the food than the taste. An empty drink glass was left on the table over and over again. That's just not okay in an upscale restaurant. We were somewhat disappointed and underwhelmed.
Overall experience was excellent. The ho ...
Overall experience was excellent. The host staff, kept us informed on Table availability (we did have reservations) and got us a table as soon as it was available. The waiter was excellent and very attentive. We had a very nice evening and would recommend Silo to our friends visiting Nashville.
This is my favorite restaurant in Nashvi ...
This is my favorite restaurant in Nashville! The restaurant is in a cool area, Germantown and the owner is an awesome guy who is a fabulous host! Staff- amazing! Wine- amazing! The food is absolutely terrific. I highly recommend this GREAT restaurant!!!
We thoroughly enjoyed brunch at Silo las ...
We thoroughly enjoyed brunch at Silo last Sunday! We had not been there in some time and were reminded that we really like it a lot so will return more often. The food was great --apple fritters, quiche, pumpkin French toast, and nachos hueveros. We were seated in the small room, out of the main stream of customers, and were able to talk with our friends and hear one another very well. There didn't seem to be a lot of noise in the main section, either. The service was excellent! We WILL return!
My experience at Silo was disappointing. ...
My experience at Silo was disappointing. The Brussel Sprouts were inedible. And to add insult to injury, the server did not acknowledge or care that we did not touch this dish. The charge a $2.00 fee to split a dish even though my husband and I ordered four dishes and a bottle of wine. This just seems like a nickel and dime move since we spent $130 on this terrible meal. When the server never bothered to come back to pick up our credit card for payment- After 15 minutes, I took the tab to the unfriendly hostess. She seemed annoyed to have to handle this but Geez- just let us pay. This is by far the Worst restaurant that I have eaten at in years. Skip this location and find something that is better- it should be easy.
Absolutely loved our dinner here! Our wa ...
Absolutely loved our dinner here! Our waitress was very courteous; she answered all of our questions about the menu and made recommendations. The restaurant was full, but we got our food pretty quickly. The food was fantastic, great flavor combinations and the meat was cooked perfectly. Our dessert was beautiful and delicious!
I was initially drawn to Solo by its ha ...
I was initially drawn to Solo by its happy hour and dinner menu. I thought it would be a good dinner option before a jazz show at the Schermerhorn. However, I was disappointed upon arrival that the happy hour "in the bar" was not reflective of a separate space. Literally, it's a few feet from the hostess stand and within the restaurant. Although it has a nice bar seating area, it doesn't make sense to only have "happy hour in the bar" if the restaurant itself is small and bar not separated. I ordered the No 8 and Cousin Eddie. They were decent but nothing you brag about. I was expecting an awesome cocktail based on previous reviews. I ordered the 3-way deviled eggs and there was nothing innovative about either egg, seriously! On the positive side of life, the seared duck and lamb entrees were really good. The dinner entrees were so good that I want to return to try the sweet potato ravioli for dinner and gingerbread for dessert. Our dinner saved the day. Otherwise, I wouldn't return.
Overall a terrific night! The food was p ...
Overall a terrific night! The food was prepare well and we were so happy when we walked out. The Coca Cola marinated steak was delicious and son intriguing. Our waiter was great at anticipating our needs. Worth the trip!
We decided to try this restaurant for br ...
We decided to try this restaurant for brunch. So glad we did!!!! We started with the apple fritters- these are amazing!!!!! I then had the crawfish benedict- easily the best benedict I've had- it definitely has a kick though! The omelet and skillet were also perfectly prepared. Ill try them for dinner next visit!
We had a delightful evening at Silo befo ...
We had a delightful evening at Silo before going to the symphony . Warm, comfortable space and our server was pleasant and helpful in suggesting dishes. Loved the fried Brie, much to our surprise , and the spoonbread, Brussel sprouts and porkchop were all delicious . We have never been disappointed with our meals at Silo. Will look forward to returning. Location in Germantown is convenient to downtown activities and a delight to walk the quaint streets.
We really enjoyed our time at Silo. The ...
We really enjoyed our time at Silo. The atmosphere was great. Cozy but not too loud, and the decor is very inviting. The service was outstanding. Our bartender, Chris, was attentive and friendly. And the food was very good. We had the deviled eggs and wings as an appetizer, and both were tasty. The rainbow trout was perfectly cooked and seasoned, and the brussels salad was a hit. We'd definitely go back.
We had a great Silo experience and would ...
We had a great Silo experience and would return. We had a group of 12. Had made reservations well in advance on Open Table. Later learned that it was a $50 minimum for groups of 6 and over, which I hadn't noticed on Open Table. I became concerned for my friends because I didn't want assume that a $100/couple dinner is in their budget. I spoke to the hostess who assured me that it was not a strict rule. It's my thought that the notice about the $50 charge, which also appears on the menu, would be unnecessary for a restaurant that is as high quality as Silo is. People who dine there would want the experience that we had. Great food, great service, and not noisy, allowing for conversation and lingering over the last glass of wine.
We had a reservation at 8:15 and decided ...
We had a reservation at 8:15 and decided to go really early in hopes of getting in sooner. We arrived at 5:15 and were happy to hang out (Saturday happy hour a plus!). The hostess said they had back to back reservations, but we were welcome to wait or come back. She made no promises for an earlier table. We decided to take our chances and wait - and wait we did. It was 8:15 when we were finally given a table and it was right by the front door, in our opinion the worst table in the place. That said, I guess they can't accommodate walk ins and we take responsibility for getting there crazy early. While we waited, we sat by the outdoor gas fire (it was small) and met some really interesting tourists/people who seemed to be enjoying themselves. My husband had the steak. It was average. I ordered the veggie gumbo, which I didn't really think was that great. The portion sizes were also small. Our server wasn't very good, she was really slow. Several of the servers seemed grumpy. To be honest, had we not met some really fun people around the fire, we probably would have been really disappointed with the overall experience (even removing the fact we waited for so long). Being Nashville natives, we were really surprised that the place was full of tourists. We might try it again, but with so many options around the city, I doubt it.
The food was tasty. I had catfish on pol ...
The food was tasty. I had catfish on polenta and it was served in a bowl with a huge amount of polenta and a disproportionately smaller piece of fish. I thought it was a bit pricey given the ingredients.
The decor and atmosphere was fine. Our waitress may have been new. She didn't seem to have a command of the menu or to be much of a foodie herself. She was efficient enough but the staff in general seemed cold.
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